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Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review

Print ISSN
1062-8592
Electronic ISSN
1538-1951
Impact factor
2.043
Publisher
Proquest
URL
http://journals.lww.com/sportsmedarthro
Usage rank
9499
Article count
267
Free count
0
Free percentage
0.0
PDFs via platforms
CSA, LWW, Ovid from 2001, and Proquest

  1. Ligamentous sports injuries of the hand and wrist.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 22(1):39 (2014) PMID 24651289

    Athletic injuries of the hand and wrist continue to increase as athletes get bigger, faster, and the weekend warrior continues to be active throughout his or her lifespan. The management of hand and wrist injuries in these athletes depends on the sport, position, timing during the season the injury...
  2. Meniscal repair using the inside-out suture technique.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 20(2):68 (2012) PMID 22555203

    Operations to treat meniscal injuries rank among the most frequent procedures performed by orthopedic surgeons. Ongoing research into the natural history, basic science, and biomechanics of meniscal injury has highlighted the importance of preserving the meniscus to maintain normal knee biomechanics...
  3. Role of metalloproteinases in rotator cuff tear.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 19(3):207 (2011) PMID 21822103

    The role of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) and their inhibitors (TIMPS) in the pathophysiology of rotator cuff tears has not been established yet. Recent advances empathize about the role of MMPs and TIMPS in extracellular matrix (ECM) remodeling and degradation in rotator cuff tears pathogenesis...
  4. Multiple ligament-injured (dislocated) knee.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 19(2):81 (2011) PMID 21540704

  5. Juvenile osteochondritis dissecans.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 19(1):56 (2011) PMID 21293239

    Juvenile osteochondritis dissecans (JOCD) has been a recognized entity for more than 100 years. Despite our long recognition of OCD, the natural history and most effective therapies are poorly understood. Although conclusive evidence of an exact cause is lacking, there is widespread agreement that J...
  6. Rehabilitation and return to play after foot and ankle injuries in athletes.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 17(3):203 (2009) PMID 19680118

    Rehabilitation after acute ankle injury can be categorized in to early, middle, and late phases. This paper aims to cover some of the key concepts from initial management to end stage rehabilitation that could be applied to many musculoskeletal injuries around the foot and ankle. Pathology specific...
  7. Magnetic resonance imaging of cartilage repair.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 16(4):236 (2008) PMID 19011556

    Magnetic resonance imaging is an important noninvasive modality in characterizing cartilage morphology, biochemistry, and function. It serves as a valuable objective outcome measure in diagnosing pathology at the time of initial injury, guiding surgical planning, and evaluating postsurgical repair....
  8. The epidemiology of catastrophic spine injuries in high school and college football.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 16(1):2 (2008) PMID 18277256

    Athletic events have long been identified as a source of catastrophic spinal injuries. One of the most notorious sports has been American football. At both the amateur and professional level, this collision sport is associated with the highest number of direct catastrophic injuries including cervica...
  9. Surgical options for patellar stabilization in the skeletally immature patient.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 15(2):82 (2007) PMID 17505323

    Patellar dislocations in children and youth are estimated to occur in 29 of 100,000 individuals. Recurrent patellar dislocations in the skeletally immature patient are often associated with distinct pathoanatomies, which include patella alta, trochlear dysplasia, and contractures of the central and/...
  10. Rehabilitation and nonoperative treatment of patellar instability.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 15(2):95 (2007) PMID 17505325

    Patellofemoral instability can be a difficult condition for clinicians to manage. Differentiation needs to be made as to whether the problem is an acute injury where a traumatic incident has usually precipitated the dislocation or whether the problem is a recurrent instability where the patellofemor...