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(American Journal of Sports Medicine[TA])
8,268 results
  • A 2-Year Prospective Cohort Study of Overuse Running Injuries: The Runners and Injury Longitudinal Study (TRAILS). [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 May 01; :363546518773755
  • Messier SP, Martin DF, … Seay JF
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study indicate the following: (1) among recreational runners, women sustain injuries at a higher rate than men; (2) greater knee stiffness, more common in runners with higher body weights (≥80 kg), significantly increases the odds of sustaining an overuse running injury; and (3) contrary to several long-held beliefs, flexibility, arch height, quadriceps angle, rearfoot motion, lower extremity strength, weekly mileage, footwear, and previous injury are not significant etiologic factors across all overuse running injuries.
  • Bone Marrow Stimulation Technique Augmented by an Ultrapurified Alginate Gel Enhances Cartilage Repair in a Canine Model. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 May 01; :363546518770436
  • Baba R, Onodera T, … Iwasaki N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The BMST augmented by UPAL gel elicited hyaline-like cartilage repair that had characteristics of rich glycosaminoglycan and matrix immunostained by type II collagen antibody in a canine osteochondral defect model. The present results suggest that the current technique has the potential to be one of the autologous matrix-induced chondrogenesis techniques of the future and to expand the operative indications for the BMST without loss of its technical simplicity.The data support the clinical reality of 1-step minimally invasive cartilage-reparative medicine with UPAL gel without harvesting donor cells.
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