Diagnosis and management of bone stress injuries of the lower limb in athletes
BMJ Learning (UK approved CPD), 2012
The purpose of this activity is to review the epidemiology, diagnosis, investigation, and management of stress fractures.
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3) Identify which examination findings and imaging techniques can help in the diagnosis of stress fractures;
James Pegrum is an orthopaedic and trauma registrar and honorary research associate at the Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine,
physician at BUPA Health and Wellbeing, London, UK Nat Padhiar is a consultant podiatric surgeon and honorary reader at Milton
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