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Concept Athletic Injuries
Concept Sports Medicine
Academic Article Analysis of baseball-to-helmet impacts in major league baseball.
Academic Article Efficacy of a Virtual Arthroscopic Simulator for Orthopaedic Surgery Residents by Year in Training.
Academic Article Common Ice Hockey Injuries and Treatment: A Current Concepts Review.
Academic Article Rates of Subsequent Shoulder Surgery Within Three Years for Patients Undergoing SLAP Repair Versus Biceps Tenodesis.
Academic Article Injury in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) From 2015 to 2019.
Academic Article Suture Tape-Reinforced Human Dermal Allograft Used for Superior Capsule Reconstruction Demonstrates Improved Ability to Withstand Elongation.
Academic Article Playing Rule Article Eight Decreases the Rate of Sport Related Concussion in NFL Players Over Two Seasons.
Academic Article Trends of Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction in the United States from 2003 to 2014: Analysis of 3,133 Patients.
Academic Article Suture Tape Augmentation Has No Effect on Anterior Tibial Translation, Gap Formation, or Load to Failure of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair: A Biomechanical Pilot Study.
Academic Article The targeting rule does not increase the rate of lower extremity injuries in NFL players over two seasons.
Academic Article Self-Tensioning Feature of Knotless Suture Anchor Provides Reproducible Knotless Fixation Independent of Initial Tension.
Academic Article The Injury Rate in National Football League Players Increased Following Cancellation of Preseason Games Because of COVID-19.
Academic Article Protective Sport Bracing for Athletes With Mid-Season Shoulder Instability.
Academic Article The Injury Rate in NBA Players Did Not Increase Following Return to Play After the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order.

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