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Overview of injuries in the young athlete.

Sports Med 2003 ;33(1):75-81

Division of Emergency Medicine, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC 20010, USA.

It is estimated that 30 million children in the US participate in organised sports programmes. As more and more children participate in sports and recreational activities, there has been an increase in acute and overuse injuries. Emergency department visits are highest among the school-age to young adult population. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.2165/00007256-200333010-00006DOI Listing
April 2003
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Elbow injuries in athletes.

Authors:
R L Loomer

Can J Appl Sport Sci 1982 Sep;7(3):164-6

Throwing and racquet sports produce large stresses at the elbow joint consisting of tension on the medial or ulnar side, and compression on the lateral or radial side. Medial tension can lead to tears of the common flexor origin or medial collateral ligament, ulnar nerve subluxation, or pronator teres syndrome. Bony lesions include fragmentation and partial avulsion of the medial humeral epicondyle (little league elbow) or even complete avulsion of the epicondyle. Read More

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September 1982
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