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67601. Relation between the occurrence of bony union and outcome for fractures of the lateral process of the talus: a case report and analysis of published reports Full Text available with Trip Pro

Relation between the occurrence of bony union and outcome for fractures of the lateral process of the talus: a case report and analysis of published reports Fractures of the lateral process of the talus are uncommon, but the incidence has probably risen because of the increased popularity of snowboarding, an increased awareness of doctors, and the ready availability of computed tomography scanning. One case report and a review of the literature are provided. Aggressive management rarely

2003 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67602. Cervical injury in rugby football--a New Zealand survey. Full Text available with Trip Pro

the formation of the scrum is seen to be greater than was previously thought. Young players appear to be particularly vulnerable in scrums. The ruck and maul are danger areas. One-third of the accidents occurred during training or social games. It is concluded that the incidence of injury could be reduced by appropriate player selection, better coaching and amendment of the laws. Since only one player was aware of his danger at the time of his accident, it would seem that coaching with an emphasis (...) on awareness and precautionary measures would be effective in prevention of cervical injury.

1981 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67603. Overuse injury and growing bones: the young athlete at risk. Full Text available with Trip Pro

is less able to cope with repetitive biomechanical stress. Sites of overuse injury reflect the sites of rapid musculoskeletal development. It therefore behoves all medical practitioners, but particularly those in primary care, to be aware of the young athlete at risk. Inherent in the presentation of such musculoskeletal insult there often lurks an over-enthusiastic parent. We are all well reminded of the covert pressures adults may bring to bear upon children. Psychological, as well as physical injury

1993 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67604. Verbal encouragement: effects on maximum effort voluntary muscle: action Full Text available with Trip Pro

force increased (P < 0.05) from 296 to 311 N (5%) when verbal encouragement was presented. A spectral analysis of the EMG activity showed no changes (P > 0.05) to the median frequency in the condition where verbal encouragement was present.These findings have ramifications for training and exercise therapy. An awareness of the effects of verbal encouragement is important when motivating athletes and patients to attain maximum performance during exercise.

1996 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67605. Gastrointestinal disturbances in marathon runners. Full Text available with Trip Pro

as common both during and after running. Of those runners who suffered GI disturbances, 72% thought that running was the cause and 29% believed their performance to be adversely affected. There was no consensus among sufferers as to the causes of symptoms and a wide variety of "remedies" were suggested. GI disturbances are common amongst long-distance runners and their aetiology is unknown. Medical practitioners should be aware of this when dealing with patients who run.

1988 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67606. Study of aeroball injuries. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Study of aeroball injuries. To present the risks of aeroball, a new sport played by either two or four players on a trampoline court surrounded by specially constructed fabric walls, and to propose ways to increase awareness and reduce the incidence of injury, in particular, ankle injury.A study was carried out to document the nature of aeroball related incidents, between 1991 and 1995, at Lancaster University Sports Centre. Lace-up ankle supports were introduced in April 1992, and their effect

1997 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67607. Exercise and smoking habits among Swedish postmenopausal women. Full Text available with Trip Pro

should be encouraged to take part in regular physical exercise. Factors probably associated with level of education and general awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle positively influenced the likelihood of these women to be physically active on a regular basis. A previous malignant disease or current back problems did not prevent women from taking part in exercise on a regular basis.

1997 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67608. Sport medicine and the ethics of boxing Full Text available with Trip Pro

medical associations have. Although there is a need for continuing research into the health risks, doctors can in the interim take steps to increase public awareness of these risks. Sport physicians in particular can make a strong public statement by also ending their professional involvement with boxing. This need not be interpreted as paternalism; doctors are qualified neither to make laws nor to restrict private behaviour. Sport physicians are, however, well equipped to advise those who do make

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67609. Is there a role for exercise in the prevention of osteoporotic fractures? Full Text available with Trip Pro

related bone loss, and maintain muscle strength and balance. Although the effects of exercise on BMD later in life are small, epidemiological evidence suggests that being active can nearly halve the incidence of hip fractures in the older population. This effect is most probably multifactorial through the positive effects on bone, muscle strength, balance, and joint flexibility. Younger women should be aware of the dangers to the skeleton of menstrual disorders.

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67610. Sledging related spinal injuries and fracture patterns: a report on five cases Full Text available with Trip Pro

Sledging related spinal injuries and fracture patterns: a report on five cases The cases are reported of five patients who presented to The Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham after a sledging accident. All five patients presented consecutively during the first weekend in 1997 having sustained the accident in the same public park. The mechanism and subsequent fracture type is described for each. These injuries are preventable, and increasing public awareness of the risk of sledging in public

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67611. Injuries caused by falling soccer goalposts in Denmark Full Text available with Trip Pro

of accidents, the following relation was found. Areas in which a high percentage of the goalposts were secured by a counterweight correlated inversely with a high number of accidents (r = -0.9; p = 0.04).Soccer is a widely played sport and it is important to be aware that accidents caused by falling goalposts can occur and that they presumably can be prevented by proper use of goalposts, by using secure goalposts, and by securing old goalposts with a counterweight.

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67612. Lightning injuries during snowy conditions Full Text available with Trip Pro

Lightning injuries during snowy conditions Skiers and other snow sports enthusiasts can become lightning casualties. Two such accidents are reported, one being fatal. There are fewer warning signals of impending lightning strikes in winter-like conditions. However, outdoor activists should be aware of at least two suspicious clues: the appearance of convective clouds, and the presence of graupel (snow pellets) during precipitation.

1998 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67613. Illness behaviour in elite middle and long distance runners Full Text available with Trip Pro

of these psychological attributes is not clear but those who treat athletes need to be aware of them.

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67614. Indoor rock climbing: who gets injured? Full Text available with Trip Pro

more than they top rope (p<0.0005). The relation between lead grade and climbing injury is linear. Multivariate analysis removed the effect of sex as an independent predictor.Many climbers sustain overuse injury. The most at risk are those with the most ability and dedication to climbing. Climbers should be aware of the risk factors that influence injury and be able to spot the signs and symptoms of injury once they occur.

2001 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67615. Distal radial fractures in young goalkeepers: a case for an appropriately sized soccer ball Full Text available with Trip Pro

soccer ball for young players exist but are not in universal use. Increased awareness of this particular injury mechanism is required.

2001 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67616. Muscle dysmorphia: a new syndrome in weightlifters Full Text available with Trip Pro

and awareness of the syndrome are therefore needed. Therefore the aim of this study was to investigate perceptions of physical self in male weightlifters, one group with MD (n = 24) and one without (n = 30). Between group comparisons were made using the multidimensional body-self relations questionnaire. The findings confirm the nature of the disorder in that those with MD syndrome have poorer body image and are less happy with their bodies. Moreover, in addition to a desire for greater muscularity

2002 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67617. Biochemical changes as a result of prolonged strenuous exercise Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Generally, these changes are benign, but some, especially hyponatraemia, are potentially life threatening occurrences.Doctors and athletes should be aware of the potentially adverse biochemical changes, especially hyponatraemia, that may result from prolonged strenuous exercise.

2002 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67618. Mass casualties and triage at a sporting event Full Text available with Trip Pro

Mass casualties and triage at a sporting event When a sports medicine doctor provides coverage for a sporting event with a large number of athletes and spectators, he or she should always be aware that the potential for a large number of injuries exists. In the event of a mass casualty incident that overwhelms the available medical resources, he or she may be the most qualified professional present to triage and organise patient care. Certain basic rules of triage in a disaster situation should

2002 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67619. Stroke without dissection from a neck holding manoeuvre in martial arts Full Text available with Trip Pro

Stroke without dissection from a neck holding manoeuvre in martial arts Carotid artery trauma is a known cause of stroke in young people. The vessel may occlude, dissect or shower thrombotic emboli into intracranial vessels. This paper reports the use of single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) imaging in a 29 year old man who developed an embolic stroke after neck holding manoeuvres at a martial arts class. Awareness of the potential consequences of these procedures is matched

1997 British Journal of Sports Medicine

67620. General practitioners and doping in sport: attitudes and experience Full Text available with Trip Pro

of banned products, and only 34.5% stated that they were aware of the latest French law, brought into effect in March 1999, concerning the fight against doping. Some 11% had directly encountered a request for prescription of doping agents over the preceding 12 months (the requested substances were mainly anabolic steroids, stimulants, and corticosteroids), and 10% had been consulted by an athlete who was using doping drugs and was frightened of the health risks (the substances used were mainly anabolic

2003 British Journal of Sports Medicine

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