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321. Groin injuries in athletes. (PubMed)

Groin injuries in athletes. 7378668 1980 08 15 2018 11 13 0306-3674 14 1 1980 Mar British journal of sports medicine Br J Sports Med Groin injuries in athletes. 30-6 Renström P P Peterson L L eng Journal Article England Br J Sports Med 0432520 0306-3674 IM Abdomen Athletic Injuries diagnosis therapy Bursitis diagnosis Diagnosis, Differential Hernia diagnosis Hip Joint Humans Inflammation diagnosis Joint Diseases diagnosis Male Muscles injuries Nerve Compression Syndromes diagnosis Periostitis

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1980 British Journal of Sports Medicine

322. Groin pain associated with ultrasound finding of inguinal canal posterior wall deficiency in Australian Rules footballers (PubMed)

Groin pain associated with ultrasound finding of inguinal canal posterior wall deficiency in Australian Rules footballers To investigate the prevalence of inguinal canal posterior wall deficiency (sports hernia) in professional Australian Rules footballers using an ultrasound technique and correlate the results with the clinical symptom of groin pain.Thirty five professional Australian footballers with and without groin pain were investigated blind with a dynamic high resolution ultrasound (...) underwent hernia repair confirmed the validity of ultrasound as a diagnostic tool.Dynamic ultrasound examination is able to detect inguinal canal posterior wall deficiency in young males with no clinical signs of hernia. This condition is very prevalent in professional Australian Rules footballers, including some who are asymptomatic. There was a correlation between bilateral deficiency and groin pain, although the temporal relationship between the clinical and ultrasound findings is not established

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1998 British Journal of Sports Medicine

323. Diagnosis and management of chronic compartment syndromes: a review of the literature. (PubMed)

Hernia Humans Muscular Diseases complications Pressure Reoperation Treatment Outcome 69 1997 3 1 1997 3 1 0 1 1997 3 1 0 0 ppublish 9132204 PMC1332468 J Hand Surg Am. 1984 Jan;9A(1):142-3 6693736 Int J Sports Med. 1984 Feb;5(1):31-5 6698681 Lancet. 1949 Nov 19;2(6586):928-34, illust 15395607 Am J Sports Med. 1988 Mar-Apr;16(2):165-9 3377101 Am J Sports Med. 1990 Jan-Feb;18(1):35-40 2301689 Arch Surg. 1975 Nov;110(11):1311-3 1191023 Ann Biomed Eng. 1994 May-Jun;22(3):272-9 7978548 J Bone Joint Surg Br (...) Diagnosis and management of chronic compartment syndromes: a review of the literature. 9132204 1997 04 30 2018 11 13 0306-3674 31 1 1997 Mar British journal of sports medicine Br J Sports Med Diagnosis and management of chronic compartment syndromes: a review of the literature. 21-7 Barnes M M Department of Sports Medicine, Leicester General Hospital, UK. eng Journal Article Review England Br J Sports Med 0432520 0306-3674 IM Chronic Disease Compartment Syndromes complications diagnosis therapy

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1997 British Journal of Sports Medicine

324. Wrong diagnosis in athletes. (PubMed)

Wrong diagnosis in athletes. 7104556 1982 10 21 2008 11 20 0306-3674 16 2 1982 Jun British journal of sports medicine Br J Sports Med Wrong diagnosis in athletes. 101 Banks A J AJ Malimson P D PD eng Case Reports Journal Article England Br J Sports Med 0432520 0306-3674 IM Adult Athletic Injuries diagnosis Diagnostic Errors Female Groin injuries Hernia, Inguinal diagnosis Humans Male Sprains and Strains diagnosis 1982 6 1 1982 6 1 0 1 1982 6 1 0 0 ppublish 7104556 PMC1859095

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1982 British Journal of Sports Medicine

325. Sports hernias: a systematic literature review. (PubMed)

Sports hernias: a systematic literature review. This review summarises the existing knowledge about pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, conservative treatment, surgery and post-surgical rehabilitation of sports hernias. Sports hernias occur more often in men, usually during athletic activities that involve cutting, pivoting, kicking and sharp turns, such as those that occur during soccer, ice hockey or football. Sports hernias generally present an insidious onset, but with focused questioning (...) timing. Only with this information will we better understand sports hernia pathogenesis, verify superior surgical approaches, develop evidence-based screening and prevention strategies, and more effectively direct both conservative and post-surgical rehabilitation.

2008 British Journal of Sports Medicine

326. A randomized, controlled, clinical study of laparoscopic vs open tension-free inguinal hernia repair

A randomized, controlled, clinical study of laparoscopic vs open tension-free inguinal hernia repair A randomized, controlled, clinical study of laparoscopic vs open tension-free inguinal hernia repair A randomized, controlled, clinical study of laparoscopic vs open tension-free inguinal hernia repair Paganini A M, Lezoche E, Carle F, Carlei F, Favretti F, Feliciotti F, Gesuita R, Guerrieri M, Lomanto D, Nardovino M, Panti M, Ribichini P, Sarli L, Sottili M, Tamburini A, Taschieri A Record (...) Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion on NHS EED. Each abstract contains a brief summary of the methods, the results and conclusions followed by a detailed critical assessment on the reliability of the study and the conclusions drawn. Health technology Surgical treatment of inguinal hernia. Type of intervention Treatment. Economic study type Cost-effectiveness analysis. Study population Patients with unilateral (primary or recurrent

1998 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

327. [Tension-free laparoscopic versus open inguinal hernia repair]. (PubMed)

-up is needed, the validity of laparoscopic approach to inguinal hernia is confirmed. General anesthesia and higher costs are reasonable compromises for a shorter period of discomfort in patients with a low ASA index and busy job/sport activity. (...) [Tension-free laparoscopic versus open inguinal hernia repair]. During the last decade laparoscopic techniques have been applied to the treatment of inguinal hernia to combine tension-free technique, esthetic, and functional benefits of mini-invasive surgery. Anyway controversy persists regarding the most effective inguinal hernia repair. The aim of this study is to compare the open technique and the laparoscopic approach concerning: complications, recurrences, recovery time and return to usual

2004 Minerva chirurgica

328. Chronic pain after hernia repair: a randomized trial comparing Shouldice, Lichtenstein and TAPP. (PubMed)

and sports occurred in 14% of patients after Shouldice, 13% after Lichtenstein and 2.4% after TAPP repair.Chronic pain after hernia surgery is significantly more common with the open approach to the groin by Shouldice and Lichtenstein methods. The presence of the prosthetic mesh was not associated with significant postoperative complaints. The TAPP repair represents the most effective approach of the three techniques in the hands of an experienced surgeon. (...) Chronic pain after hernia repair: a randomized trial comparing Shouldice, Lichtenstein and TAPP. Chronic pain after hernia repair is common, and it is unclear to what extent the different operation techniques influence its incidence. The aim of the present study was to compare the three major standardized techniques of hernia repair with regard to postoperative pain.Two hundred and eighty male patients with primary hernias were prospectively, randomly selected to undergo Shouldice, tension-free

2004 Langenbeck's archives of surgery / Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie

329. Feasibility of primary inguinal hernia repair with a new mesh. (PubMed)

Feasibility of primary inguinal hernia repair with a new mesh. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of primary inguinal repair with open tension-free and sutureless technique using a new polypropylene "patch and plug system" (Prolene 3D patch), and the quality of the treatment in terms of reduction of postoperative discomfort.Fifty-six consecutive patients, mean age 54.5+/-11.2 years, with primary unilateral uncomplicated inguinal hernia, were treated in a day-surgery (...) setting. Collected data included: pain scores at 24 hours, 72 hours, and 7, 15, and 30 days after operation, analgesic medications, return to work and to heavy house and/or moderate sporting activities, and quality of life as measured by Short Form 36 health survey questionnaire (SF-36) before the operation and at 6 months follow-up.Postoperative pain was low: the mean visual analog scale (VAS) scores were 2.8 at 24 h, 1.8 at 72 h, and 0.9, 0.3, and 0.04 at 7, 15, and 30 days, respectively. Analgesic

2006 World Journal of Surgery

330. Chronic pain after childhood groin hernia repair. (PubMed)

of chronic groin pain in adults having surgery for a groin hernia repair before the age of 5 years (n = 1075).The response rate was 63.3%. In the 651 patients available for analysis, pain from the operated groin was reported by 88 (13.5%) patients whereof 13 (2.0%) patients reported frequent and moderate or severe pain. Pain occurred primarily when exercising sports or other leisure activities. Patients operated on before the age of 3 months (n = 122) did not report groin pain more often or with higher (...) Chronic pain after childhood groin hernia repair. In contrast to the well-described 10% risk of chronic pain affecting daily activities after adult groin hernia repair, chronic pain after childhood groin hernia repair has never been investigated. Studies of other childhood surgery before the age of 3 months suggest a risk of increased pain responsiveness later in life, but its potential relationship to chronic pain in adult life is unknown.This was a nationwide detailed questionnaire study

2007 Journal of Pediatric Surgery

331. Chronic pain after laparoscopic and open mesh repair of groin hernia. (PubMed)

or discomfort in relation to the groin hernia repair and whether this pain or discomfort restricted their ability to undertake physical or sporting activity.Of the 560 available patients 454 (81.1 per cent) replied. Laparoscopic TEP repair was performed in 240 patients (52.9 per cent) and open mesh repair in 214 (47.1 per cent). Of the 454 patients, 136 (30.0 per cent) reported chronic groin pain or discomfort, which was significantly more common after open repair than after laparoscopic repair (38.3 versus (...) 22.5 per cent; P < 0.01). Chronic groin pain or discomfort restricted daily physical or sporting activity in 18.1 per cent of the patients. The patients who had open repair complained of significantly more restriction of daily physical activity than patients who underwent laparoscopic repair (walking, P < 0.05; lifting a bag of groceries, P < 0.01).Chronic pain or discomfort was reported by 30.0 per cent of patients after groin hernia repair and was significantly more common after open mesh repair

2002 British Journal of Surgery

332. Sportsman's hernia. (PubMed)

Sportsman's hernia. Sportsman's hernia (SH) is a controversial cause of chronic groin pain in athletes. Most commonly seen in soccer and ice hockey players, SH can be encountered in a variety of sports and in a variety of age groups. Although there are several reports of SH in women, it is almost exclusively found in men. SH is largely a clinical diagnosis of exclusion. History of chronic groin pain that is nonresponsive to treatment should raise suspicion of SH, but physical examination

2007 Current Sports Medicine Reports

333. Sutureless tension-free hernia repair with human fibrin glue (tissucol) in soccer players with chronic inguinal pain: initial experience. (PubMed)

as excellent in all cases, with no reported intra- or postoperative complications. All patients were discharged 4 - 5 h after the operation, and all returned to full pre-injury level sporting-activity, on average, 31 days (range 24 - 42 days) post surgery. This study confirms the efficacy of sutureless tension-free hernia repair with human fibrin glue for the treatment of soccer players suffering from chronic groin pain due to impalpable groin hernia. (...) Sutureless tension-free hernia repair with human fibrin glue (tissucol) in soccer players with chronic inguinal pain: initial experience. Chronic groin pain is a common symptom experienced by soccer players, resulting in many athletes undergoing prolonged periods of conservative treatment. In a high proportion of these cases, however, the cause of groin pain is due to impalpable hernias, thus nullifying the usefulness of a conservative approach. Of the current surgical procedures for inguinal

2007 International Journal of Sports Medicine

334. Pulmonary function, exercise performance, and growth in survivors of congenital diaphragmatic hernia (PubMed)

Pulmonary function, exercise performance, and growth in survivors of congenital diaphragmatic hernia A cohort of survivors of congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), with matched controls, was studied to assess growth, respiratory function, and exercise performance. Nineteen of 24 survivors from an 11 year period (79%) were compared with 19 matched controls. Subjects had detailed auxology, performed spirometry and cycle ergometry, and completed questionnaires about respiratory symptoms (...) function compared with matched controls. They have no growth impairment nor significant impairment of exercise performance, although they have more negative perceptions of their own fitness. They should be encouraged and expected to participate fully in sport and exercise.

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1998 Archives of Disease in Childhood

335. Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT)

Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT) Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT) - Intervertebral Disc Herniation - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Spine Patient Outcomes Research (...) Trial (SPORT) - Intervertebral Disc Herniation (SPORT) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT00000410 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : November 4, 1999 Last Update Posted : August 4, 2015 Sponsor: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Collaborators: National Institute of Arthritis

1999 Clinical Trials

336. Randomized clinical trial of Lichtenstein patch or Prolene Hernia System for inguinal hernia repair. (PubMed)

Randomized clinical trial of Lichtenstein patch or Prolene Hernia System for inguinal hernia repair. In this randomized prospective study the short- and long-term outcomes of patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair with either Lichtenstein mesh or the Prolene Hernia System (PHS) were evaluated.Postoperative pain and time to return to work, driving and sporting hobbies were recorded after 300 inguinal hernia repairs done by one of the two methods. Long-term sequelae and complications were (...) assessed at follow-up visits 1 week, 1 month and 1 year after the operation.The median duration of operation for unilateral primary hernia was 37 min for the Lichtenstein operation and 27 min for the PHS procedure (P < 0.001). Postoperative pain was similar after both operations. Median sick leave was 7 days in both groups. Time to driving a car was 4 versus 3 days, and time to return to sporting hobbies 13 versus 11 days, in the Lichtenstein and PHS groups, respectively. Apart from a residual femoral

2006 British Journal of Surgery

337. Painful incarcerated hernia following a rugby union lineout (PubMed)

Painful incarcerated hernia following a rugby union lineout Discussion related to hernias in sport usually involves the diagnosis and treatment of chronic musculotendinous groin disruption. A case of acute trauma in an incarcerated inguinal hernia, occurring in a rugby union player during a lineout, is presented. The injury arose as a result of a change in the laws of the game.

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1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

338. The sports hernia: a cause of chronic groin pain. (PubMed)

The sports hernia: a cause of chronic groin pain. The management of chronic pain in sportsmen and women requires consideration of a wide differential diagnosis. A syndrome caused by a distension of the posterior inguinal wall is described, effectively an early direct inguinal hernia. The diagnosis can be made from certain aspects of the history and examination, which are described. The results of surgical repair to the posterior inguinal wall are excellent. The procedure was carried out on 14 (...) sportsmen and one woman. There is an 87% return to full sporting activity, with a follow-up of 18 months to 5 years. The remaining 13% were improved by the repair. Many of the athletes had received other treatments without success. The sports hernia should be high on the list of differential diagnoses in chronic groin pain.

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1993 British Journal of Sports Medicine

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