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  • Heel pain: A systematic review. [Review]
  • CJChin J Traumatol 2015; 18(3):164-9
  • Agyekum EK, Ma K
  • Heel pain is a very common foot disease. Varieties of names such as plantar fasciitis, jogger's heel, tennis heal, policeman's heel are used to describe it. Mechanical factors are the most common eti…
  • Diagnosis and treatment of jogger's heel. [Review]
  • ENEmerg Nurse 2015; 22(9):18-23
  • Horobin L
  • Plantar fasciitis, the most common cause of heel pain, is a self-limiting condition exacerbated by weight bearing after episodes at rest that usually resolves within 12 months after conservative trea…
  • Knuckle pads from boxing. [Case Reports]
  • EJEur J Dermatol 1998 Jul-Aug; 8(5):359-61
  • Kanerva L
  • A 21-year-old man developed painful hyperkeratotic, fissured, callosities on his knuckles ("knuckle pads") after having boxed for five evenings a week for six months. Boxer's knuckle pads are one typ…
  • Common cutaneous disorders in athletes. [Review]
  • SMSports Med 1990; 9(2):100-19
  • Conklin RJ
  • Athletic activity may cause or aggravate skin disorders, which in turn may diminish athletic performance. Since many sporting activities necessitate prolonged exposure to the sun, athletes must avoid…
  • Trauma, sports, and the skin. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Ind Med 1985; 8(4-5):403-13
  • Bergfeld WF, Taylor JS
  • Dermatological disorders in athletes may occur as a result of repeated mechanical trauma, physical and chemical agents, climatic conditions, infections, infestations, and exacerbations of pre-existin…
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