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to volume 24
jan-dec 1996

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 24 - NO. 10 - DECEMBER 96


The Physician and Sportsmedicine Index to Volume 24
January-December 1996

The 1996 Annual Index lists articles by regular department, author, and subject. One- or two-letter codes after articles in the author and subject sections indicate the article type:

CL: Clinical
CM: Commentary
CR: Case Report
ED: Editorial
EM: Emergencies in Sports
EQ: ECG Quiz
EX: Exercise Adviser
F: Feature
IN: In My Experience
IQ: Imaging Quiz
L: Listing
NB: News Brief
NU: Nutrition Adviser
PA: Patient Adviser
QA: Question and Answer
R: Research
RA: Rehab Adviser

DEPARTMENT

Emergencies in Sports
Neck injuries: urgent decisions and actions, Jan, p 35; (letter) May, p 32
Meningococcemia: heading off a killer, Feb, p 57
Assessing acute abdominal pain: a team physician's challenge, Apr, p 72; (correction) Jun, p 26
When anxiety attacks: treating hyperventilation and panic, Dec, p 54

Exercise Adviser
Strengthening the hip abductors, Jan, p 100
Blending exercise into family life, Feb, p 83
Giving injuries the cold treatment, Mar, p 99
The 'super six' strengtheners for golfers, Apr, p 87
Choosing a life preserver, May, p 103
Taking the pressure off: how exercise can lower high blood pressure, Jun, p 101
Choosing exercise for better health, Jul, p 117
Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91
Cross-training: giving yourself a whole-body workout, Sep, p 103
Exercising when you're overweight: getting in shape and shedding pounds, Oct, p 81
Sports bras and briefs: choosing good athletic support, Dec, p 99

News Briefs
Going online: sports medicine and more, Jan, p 15
Relief for exercise incontinence, Jan, p 16
Injury survey raises concerns, Feb, p 16
With Magic back, what are the medical messages?, Apr, p 27
Refractive surgery: defining rupture risks, May, p 39
Inside the Olympic medical tent, Jun, p 28
The sports physical: a good time for 'hep B' shots?, Aug, p 29
Tracking the 'fen-phen' drug trend, Sep, p 17
AHA panel outlines sudden death screening standards, Oct, p 27
Melatonin: a trusty travel companion?, Nov, p 19
Fortifying students against steroid use, Dec, p 15

Nutrition Adviser
Healthy cooking: there's no place like home, Feb, p 45
What to do when you're eating for two, Mar, p 21
The power of protein, Apr, p 11
A delicate mix: avoiding food-drug interactions, May, p 29
Minding your minerals: iron, zinc, selenium, and chromium, Jun, p 21
Food fight: calling a truce with disordered eating, Jul, p 13
Antioxidant answers, Aug, p 21
In high spirits? Alcohol and your health, Sep, p 21
Nutrition knowledge: answers to the top ten questions, Oct, p 15
Fruits and veggies: are you getting enough of a good thing?, Nov, p 97

Patient Adviser
Exercising-or not-when you are sick, Jan, p 55
Home exercises for tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 71
Exercise-the best prescription, Feb, p 79
Keeping tennis elbow at arm's length: simple, effective strengthening exercises, May, p 61
Sidestepping burners: a preseason strategy, Jun, p 71
Preventing urinary incontinence in active women, Jul, p 62
Pregnant with back pain? Suggested comfort tactics, Jul, p 95
Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107

Rehab Adviser
Recovering from shoulder pain, Feb, p 33
At-home knee rehabilitation: strengthening without special equipment, May, p 35
Using mind power for healing, Jul, p 27
Using RICE for injury relief, Oct, p 33
Heart attack counterattack: fighting back against heart disease, Dec, p 97

AUTHOR

Ahuja GS: see Hutchinson MR, Mar, p 26
Alexander R: see Terrell T, Nov, p 76
Aptaker RL: Neck pain: part 1: narrowing the differential, Oct, p 37, CL
Aptaker RL: Neck pain: part 2: optimizing treatment and rehabilitation, Nov, p 54, CL
Arendt EA: Common musculoskeletal injuries in women, Jul, p 39, CL
Artal R: Exercise: an alternative therapy for gestational diabetes, Mar, p 54, CL

Bach BR Jr: see Ralston BM, Jun, p 73
Bach BR Jr: see Williams JS, Dec, p 66
Barile RJ: see Bassett CP, Mar, p 87
Bassett CP: Palpitations and fatigue in a football player, Mar, p 87, EQ
Bergman RT: Assessing acute abdominal pain: a team physician's challenge, Apr, p 72, EM; (correction) Jun, p 26
Best TM: Hamstring strains: expediting return to play, Aug, p 37, CL; (correction) Nov, p 95
Briner W Jr: see Wiesenfarth J, Jan, p 35
Browne RJ: Evaluating and treating active patients for anemia, Sep, p 79, CL
Bush-Joseph CA: see Ralston BM, Jun, p 73
Butcher JD: Pectoralis major ruptures: ensuring accurate diagnosis and effective rehabilitation, Mar, p 37, CL

Cantwell JD: An irregular pulse in a skydiver, Jan, p 57, EQ
Cantwell JD: Can this college athlete compete?, Apr, p 57, EQ
Cantwell JD: Chest pain in a college football player, Aug, p 84, EQ
Carpenter AL: see Jiménez CE, Jun, p 81
Carr S: Blunt-trauma carotid artery injury: mild symptoms may disguise serious trouble, Feb, p 48, CL; (correction) Jun, p 26
Chappuis JL: The 'super six' strengtheners for golfers, Apr, p 87, EX
Chassay CM: see Rubin A, Dec, p 54
Chodock R: see Walsh M, Dec, p 75
Clark N: Food fight: calling a truce with disordered eating, Jul, p 13, NU
Clark N: Healthy cooking: there's no place like home, Feb, p 45, NU
Clark N: Minding your minerals: iron, zinc, selenium, and chromium, Jun, p 21, NU
Clark N: Nutrition knowledge: answers to the top ten questions, Oct, p 15, NU
Clark N: The power of protein, Apr, p 11, NU
Colliton J: Back pain and pregnancy: active management strategies, Jul, p 89, CL; (letter) Oct, p 24, Dec, p 23
Colliton J: Keeping pace with today's active women, Jul, p 29, CM
Colliton J: Pregnant with back pain? Suggested comfort tactics, Jul, p 95, PA
Cordas M Jr: see Thompson E, Jun, p 37
Couzens G: Tracking the 'fen-phen' drug trend, Sep, p 17, NB
Couzens GS: see Scott WA, May, p 63
Couzens GS: Injury survey raises concerns, Feb, p 16, NB

Dalsky GP: Guidelines for diagnosing osteoporosis, Jul, p 96, CL
Davidson D: see Davidson TM, Aug, p 74
Davidson TM: Immediate management of epistaxis: bloody nuisance or ominous sign?, Aug, p 74, CL
Diamond S: Managing migraines in active people, Dec, p 41, CL
Donofrio LM: see Savin RC, Sep, p 41

Echemendia RJ: see Putukian M, Nov, p 25
Edwards P: Exertional compartment syndrome of the leg: steps for expedient return to activity, Apr, p 31, CL
Eichner ER: Infectious mononucleosis: recognizing the condition, 'reactivating' the patient, Apr, p 49, CL
Elrick H: Exercise is medicine, Feb, p 72, CM; (letter) May, p 32
Elrick H: Exercise-the best prescription, Feb, p 79, PA

Fick DS: Blending exercise into family life, Feb, p 83, EX
Franklin BA: Heart attack counterattack, Dec, p 97, RA
Franklin BA: Taking the pressure off: how exercise can lower high blood pressure, Jun, p 101, EX
Friend G: see Walsh M, Dec, p 75

Ganong RB: Closed reduction of an everted patella, Feb, p 81, IQ
Garrett WE Jr: see Best TM, Aug, p 37
Gerberg LF: Nontraumatic hip pain in active children: a critical differential, Jan, p 69, CR; (letter) May, p 33
Goff SJ: see Fick DS, Feb, p 83
Goodfriend MA: see Bassett CP, Mar, p 87
Grafius S: Melatonin: a trusty travel companion?, Nov, p 19, NB
Groves D: Refractive surgery: defining rupture risks, May, p 39, NB
Gutierrez G: Office management of scaphoid fractures, Aug, p 60, CL

Hang DW: see Williams JS, Dec, p 66
Hannafin JA: Home exercises for tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 71, PA
Hannafin JA: How I manage tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 63, QA
Harste A: Going online: sports medicine and more, Jan, p 15, NB
Herbert DL: Practice guidelines take center court: how to limit liability, Mar, p 81, CL
Hough DO: see Terrell T, Nov, p 76
Howe WB: Meningococcemia: heading off a killer, Feb, p 57, EM
Hurley J: see Carr S, Feb, p 48
Hutchinson MR: Diagnosing and treating clavicle injuries, Mar, p 26, CL; (letter) Oct, p 23

Jensen K: At-home knee rehabilitation: strengthening without special equipment, May, p 35, RA
Jiménez CE: A soldier's neck and shoulder pain, Jun, p 81, IQ
Johnson GD: see Chappuis JL, Apr, p 87
Johnson RJ: see Servi JT, Sep, p 49
Jordan BD: Sparring and cognitive function in professional boxers, May, p 87, R
Joy E: Mitral valve prolapse in active patients: recognition, treatment, and exercise recommendations, Jul, p 78, CL

Kleiner SM: A delicate mix: avoiding food-drug interactions, May, p 29, NU
Kleiner SM: Antioxidant answers, Aug, p 21, NU
Kleiner SM: Fruits and veggies: are you getting enough of a good thing?, Nov, p 97, NU
Kleiner SM: In high spirits? Alcohol and your health, Sep, p 21, NU
Kleiner SM: What to do when you're eating for two, Mar, p 21, NU
Kmucha ST: Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Knopp WD: see Ralston BM, Jun, p 73
Koehler SM: see Wang DH, Dec, p 35
Koehler SM: Swimmer's shoulder: targeting treatment, Nov, p 39, CL
Kraushaar BS: see Nirschl RP, May, p 42
Kraushaar BS: see Nirschl RP, May, p 61
Kulpa P: Conservative treatment of urinary stress incontinence, Jul, p 51, CL
Kulpa P: Preventing urinary incontinence in active women, Jul, p 62, PA

Laskowski ER: see Nissen SJ, Jun, p 57
Laskowski ER: Sidestepping burners: a preseason strategy, Jun, p 71, PA
Lastihenos M: Managing ACL injuries in children: are kids' injuries different?, Apr, p 59, CR; (letter) Oct, p 24
Lombardo JA: Practice guidelines: which ones to follow?, Jun, p 51, ED
Loosli AR: Recovering from shoulder pain, Feb, p 33, RA

Mariash CN: see Wang DH, Dec, p 35
Martin DR: see Wichmann S, Sep, p 88
Matser EJT: see Jordan BD, May, p 87
McKeag DB: Ugh! Sports physicals!, Aug, p 33, ED
Meislin RJ: Managing collateral ligament tears of the knee, Mar, p 67, CL
Micheli LJ: see Gerberg LF, Jan, p 69
Middel M: Using mind power for healing, Jul, p 27, RA
Miller DV: see Cantwell JD, Aug, p 84
Mitten MJ: When is disqualification from sports justified? Medical judgment vs patients' rights, Oct, p 75, CL
Moeller JL: Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Moeller JL: Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
Moreno AJ: see Jiménez CE, Jun, p 81
Moriarity J: see Walsh M, Dec, p 75
Murphy K: see Chappuis JL, Apr, p 87
Myerson MS: see Edwards P, Apr, p 31

Nicholas SJ: see Lastihenos M, Apr, p 59
Nirschl RP: Assessment and treatment guidelines for elbow injuries, May, p 42, CL
Nirschl RP: Keeping tennis elbow at arm's length: simple, effective strengthening exercises, May, p 61, PA
Nissen SJ: see Laskowski ER, Jun, p 71
Nissen SJ: Burner syndrome: recognition and rehabilitation, Jun, p 57, CR; (letter) Nov, p 95

Pacheco EJ: see Jiménez CE, Jun, p 81
Parr RB: Exercising when you're overweight: getting in shape and shedding pounds, Oct, p 81, EX
Pennell R: see Carr S, Feb, p 48
Peterson J: see Walsh M, Dec, p 75
Pettrone F: see Butcher JD, Mar, p 37
Pommering TL: Septic arthritis of the shoulder: treating an atypical case, May, p 74, CR
Potera C: AHA panel outlines sudden death screening standards, Oct, p 27, NB
Potera C: Relief for exercise incontinence, Jan, p 16, NB
Potera C: The sports physical: a good time for 'hep B' shots?, Aug, p 29, NB
Primos WA Jr: Exercising-or not-when you are sick, Jan, p 55, PA
Primos WA Jr: Sports and exercise during acute illness: recommending the right course for patients, Jan, p 44, CL
Putukian M: Managing successive minor head injuries: which tests guide return to play?, Nov, p 25, CR

Quick J: see Loosli AR, Feb, p 33

Ralston BM: Osteochondritis dissecans of the knee, Jun, p 73, CL
Ramsey ML: Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91, EX
Ramsey ML: Pitted keratolysis: a common infection of active feet, Oct, p 51, CL
Rizzo TD Jr: Using RICE for injury relief, Oct, p 33, RA
Rizzo TD Jr: see Nissen SJ, Jun, p 57
Rizzo TD Jr: see Laskowski ER, Jun, p 71
Roberts WO: Practice guidelines: a positive perspective, Mar, p 86, ED
Roos R: Guidelines for managing concussion in sports: a persistent headache, Oct, p 67, F
Roos R: Heat stress in Atlanta: preparing for the Olympic worst, Jun, p 89, F
Ross M: Strengthening the hip abductors, Jan, p 100, EX
Rubin A: When anxiety attacks: treating hyperventilation and panic, Dec, p 54, EM
Rupp NT: Diagnosis and management of exercise-induced asthma, Jan, p 77, CL
Ryan SW: Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107, PA
Ryan SW: Managing urinary tract and vaginal infections, Jul, p 101, CL; (letter) Nov, p 23

Savin RC: Aggressive acne treatment: as simple as one, two, three?, Sep, p 41, CL
Schelkun PH: see Hannafin JA, Feb, p 63
Schelkun PH: see Hannafin JA, Feb, p 71
Schnirring L: Inside the Olympic medical tent, Jun, p 28, NB
Schnirring L: With Magic back, what are the medical messages?, Apr, p 27, NB
Schnirring L: Fortifying students against steroid use, Dec, p 15, NB
Scott WA: Treating injuries in active seniors, May, p 63, QA
Servi JT: A swollen, painful elbow, Sep, p 49, IQ
Shangold MM: An active menopause: using exercise to combat symptoms, Jul, p 30, CL
Sherman C: see Thompson PD, Jun, p 47
Siekanowicz A: see Butcher JD, Mar, p 37
Smith AD: The female athlete triad: causes, diagnosis, and treatment, Jul, p 67, CL
Stamford B: Choosing a life preserver, May, p 103, EX
Stamford B: Cross-training: giving yourself a whole-body workout, Sep, p 103, EX
Stamford B: Giving injuries the cold treatment, Mar, p 99, EX
Stamford B: Sports bras and briefs: choosing good athletic support, Dec, p 99, EX

Terrell T: Identifying exercise allergies: exercise-induced anaphylaxis and cholinergic urticaria, Nov, p 76, CL
Thompson E: Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Thompson PD: Cardiovascular screening: tailoring the preparticipation exam, Jun, p 47, QA
Thordarson DB: Detecting and treating common foot and ankle fractures: part 1: the ankle and hindfoot, Sep, p 29, CL
Thordarson DB: Detecting and treating common fractures of the foot and ankle: part 2: the midfoot and forefoot, Oct, p 58, CL
Thorson DC: see Koehler SM, Nov, p 39
Troop B: see Carr S, Feb, p 48

Van Tilburg C: Surfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, and skateboarding: medical aspects of board sports, Nov, p 63, CL

Walsh M: Portal venous thrombosis in a backpacker: the role of exercise, Dec, p 75, CR
Wang DH: Detecting Graves' disease: presentations in young athletes, Dec, p 35, CL
Wappes JR: see Primos WA, Jan, p 55
Wappes JR: see Franklin BA, Jun, p 101
White J: Olympic insights, Jul, p 111, F
White J: Sports medicine in the workplace: adapting-and expanding-your practice, Nov, p 91, F
Wichmann S: Bracing for activity, Sep, p 88, F
Wiesenfarth J: Neck injuries: urgent decisions and actions, Jan, p 35, EM; (letter) May, p 32
Williams JS: see Ralston BM, Jun, p 73
Williams JS Jr: Distal biceps rupture in a snowboarder, Dec, p 66, CR
Wooten W: Choosing exercise for better health, Jul, p 117, EX
Wroble RR: see Pommering TL, May, p 74

Zazula T: see Jordan BD, May, p 87
Zimmerman RD: see Jordan BD, May, p 87

SUBJECT

Abdomen
Assessing acute abdominal pain: a team physician's challenge, Apr, p 72, EM; (correction) Jun, p 26
Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
Acne vulgaris
Aggressive acne treatment: as simple as one, two, three?, Sep, p 41, CL
Alcohol
In high spirits? Alcohol and your health, Sep, p 21, NU
Allergy
Identifying exercise allergies: exercise-induced anaphylaxis and cholinergic urticaria, Nov, p 76, CL
American Heart Association
AHA panel outlines sudden death screening standards, Oct, p 27, NB
Anabolic steroids
Fortifying students against steroid use, Dec, p 15, NB
Anaphylaxis
Identifying exercise allergies: exercise-induced anaphylaxis and cholinergic urticaria, Nov, p 76, CL
Anemia
Evaluating and treating active patients for anemia, Sep, p 79, CL
Ankle
Detecting and treating common foot and ankle fractures: part 1: the ankle and hindfoot, Sep, p 29, CL
Antioxidant
Antioxidant answers, Aug, p 21, NU
Anxiety: see Panic attack
Aortic stenosis
Can this college athlete compete?, Apr, p 57, EQ
Arm
Distal biceps rupture in a snowboarder, Dec, p 66, CR
Arrhythmia: see also specific diagnosis
An irregular pulse in a skydiver, Jan, p 57, EQ
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Arthritis
Septic arthritis of the shoulder: treating an atypical case, May, p 74, CR
Treating injuries in active seniors, May, p 63, QA
Asthma
Diagnosis and management of exercise-induced asthma, Jan, p 77, CL

Back pain
Back pain and pregnancy: active management strategies, Jul, p 89, CL; (letter) Oct, p 24, Dec, p 23
Pregnant with back pain? Suggested comfort tactics, Jul, p 95, PA
Bacterial infection: see Infection
Biceps: see Arm
Bladder
Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107, PA
Blair, Bonnie
Olympic insights, Jul, p 111, F
Bone density
Guidelines for diagnosing osteoporosis, Jul, p 96, CL
Bone scan
A soldier's neck and shoulder pain, Jun, p 81, IQ
Boxing
Sparring and cognitive function in professional boxers, May, p 87, R
Braces
Bracing for activity, Sep, p 88, F
Bungee jumping
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Burner
Burner syndrome: recognition and rehabilitation, Jun, p 57, CR; (letter) Nov, p 95
Sidestepping burners: a preseason strategy, Jun, p 71, PA

Carotid artery: see Neck
Children
Managing ACL injuries in children: are kids' injuries different?, Apr, p 59, CR; (letter) Oct, p 24
Nontraumatic hip pain in active children: a critical differential, Jan, p 69, CR; (letter) May, p 33
Chromium
Minding your minerals: iron, zinc, selenium, and chromium, Jun, p 21, NU
Clavicle
Diagnosing and treating clavicle injuries, Mar, p 26, CL; (letter) Oct, p 23
Cold therapy: see Cryotherapy
Compartment syndrome
Exertional compartment syndrome of the leg: steps for expedient return to activity, Apr, p 31, CL
Computed tomography
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Computers
Going online: sports medicine and more, Jan, p 15, NB
Concussion
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Guidelines for managing concussion in sports: a persistent headache, Oct, p 67, F
Managing successive minor head injuries: which tests guide return to play?, Nov, p 25, CR
Sparring and cognitive function in professional boxers, May, p 87, R
Cornea
Refractive surgery: defining rupture risks, May, p 39, NB
Crohn's disease
Evaluating and treating active patients for anemia, Sep, p 79, CL
Cross-training
Cross-training: giving yourself a whole-body workout, Sep, p 103, EX
Cryotherapy
Giving injuries the cold treatment, Mar, p 99, EX
Using RICE for injury relief, Oct, p 33, RA

Diabetes
Exercise: an alternative therapy for gestational diabetes, Mar, p 54, CL
Diagnostic imaging
A soldier's neck and shoulder pain, Jun, p 81, IQ
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Directories: see Fellowships, Sports medicine groups
Disability
When is disqualification from sports justified? Medical judgment vs patients' rights, Oct, p 75, CL
Dislocation
Closed reduction of an everted patella, Feb, p 81, IQ
Detecting and treating common fractures of the foot and ankle: part 2: the midfoot and forefoot, Oct, p 58, CL
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Drugs: see also specific drugs
Diagnosis and management of exercise-induced asthma, Jan, p 77, CL

Eating disorders: see also Weight control
Food fight: calling a truce with disordered eating, Jul, p 13, NU
The female athlete triad: causes, diagnosis, and treatment, Jul, p 67, CL
Elbow
A swollen, painful elbow, Sep, p 49, IQ
Assessment and treatment guidelines for elbow injuries, May, p 42, CL
Choosing a life preserver, May, p 103, EX
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
How I manage tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 63, QA
Keeping tennis elbow at arm's length: simple, effective strengthening exercises, May, p 61, PA
Electrocardiogram
An irregular pulse in a skydiver, Jan, p 57, EQ
Can this college athlete compete?, Apr, p 57, EQ
Chest pain in a college football player, Aug, p 84, EQ
Palpitations and fatigue in a football player, Mar, p 87, EQ
Emergency response: see also anatomic site, specific diagnosis, Emergencies Series
Neck injuries: urgent decisions and actions, Jan, p 35, EM; (letter) May, p 32
Endurance athlete
Heat stress in Atlanta: preparing for the Olympic worst, Jun, p 89, F
Epistaxis
Immediate management of epistaxis: bloody nuisance or ominous sign?, Aug, p 74, CL
Ergogenic nutrition
Nutrition knowledge: answers to the top ten questions, Oct, p 15, NU
Exercise effects
An active menopause: using exercise to combat symptoms, Jul, p 30, CL
Choosing exercise for better health, Jul, p 117, EX
Exercise is medicine, Feb, p 72, CM; (letter) May, p 32
Taking the pressure off: how exercise can lower high blood pressure, Jun, p 101, EX
Exercise intensity
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Mitral valve prolapse in active patients: recognition, treatment, and exercise recommendations, Jul, p 78, CL
Exercise prescription: see also Exercise Adviser, Patient Adviser, and Rehab Adviser departments
An active menopause: using exercise to combat symptoms, Jul, p 30, CL
Exercise: an alternative therapy for gestational diabetes, Mar, p 54, CL
Exercise is medicine, Feb, p 72, CM; (letter) May, p 32
Exercise-the best prescription, Feb, p 79, PA
Exercising-or not-when you are sick, Jan, p 55, PA
Mitral valve prolapse in active patients: recognition, treatment, and exercise recommendations, Jul, p 78, CL
Sports and exercise during acute illness: recommending the right course for patients, Jan, p 44, CL
Treating injuries in active seniors, May, p 63, QA
Exercise risks
Exercising-or not-when you are sick, Jan, p 55, PA
Identifying exercise allergies: exercise-induced anaphylaxis and cholinergic urticaria, Nov, p 76, CL
Sports and exercise during acute illness: recommending the right course for patients, Jan, p 44, CL
Eye
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Refractive surgery: defining rupture risks, May, p 39, NB

Face
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Family health
Blending exercise into family life, Feb, p 83, EX
Fellowships
Sports medicine fellowships for physicians, Mar, p 91, L
Female athlete triad
The female athlete triad: causes, diagnosis, and treatment, Jul, p 67, CL
Fenfluramine
Tracking the 'fen-phen' drug trend, Sep, p 17, NB
Food groups
Fruits and veggies: are you getting enough of a good thing?, Nov, p 97, NU
Food-drug interaction
A delicate mix: avoiding food-drug interactions, May, p 29, NU
Foot
Common musculoskeletal injuries in women, Jul, p 39, CL
Detecting and treating common foot and ankle fractures: part 1: the ankle and hindfoot, Sep, p 29, CL
Detecting and treating common fractures of the foot and ankle: part 2: the midfoot and forefoot, Oct, p 58, CL
Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91, EX
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Pitted keratolysis: a common infection of active feet, Oct, p 51, CL
Football
Injury survey raises concerns, Feb, p 16, NB
Fracture: see also Stress fracture
A swollen, painful elbow, Sep, p 49, IQ
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Detecting and treating common foot and ankle fractures: part 1: the ankle and hindfoot, Sep, p 29, CL
Detecting and treating common fractures of the foot and ankle: part 2: the midfoot and forefoot, Oct, p 58, CL
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Managing ACL injuries in children: are kids' injuries different?, Apr, p 59, CR; (letter) Oct, p 24
Office management of scaphoid fractures, Aug, p 60, CL
Fracture-dislocation: see Dislocation, Fracture

Galeazzi fracture
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Gestational diabetes: see Diabetes
Golf
The 'super six' strengtheners for golfers, Apr, p 87, EX
Golfer's elbow
Home exercises for tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 71, PA
How I manage tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 63, QA
Graves' disease
Detecting Graves' disease: presentations in young athletes, Dec, p 35, CL

Hamstring: see Thigh
Head
Managing successive minor head injuries: which tests guide return to play?, Nov, p 25, CR
Sparring and cognitive function in professional boxers, May, p 87, R
Headache
Managing migraines in active people, Dec, p 41, CL
Heart: see also specific diagnosis, Electrocardiogram, Sudden death
Cardiovascular screening: tailoring the preparticipation exam, Jun, p 47, QA
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Exercise is medicine, Feb, p 72, CM; (letter) May, p 32
Heart attack counterattack: fighting back against heart disease, Dec, p 97, RA
Heat injury
Heat stress in Atlanta: preparing for the Olympic worst, Jun, p 89, F
Hepatitis B
The sports physical: a good time for 'hep B' shots?, Aug, p 29, NB
Hip
Nontraumatic hip pain in active children: a critical differential, Jan, p 69, CR; (letter) May, p 33
Strengthening the hip abductors, Jan, p 100, EX
HIV
With Magic back, what are the medical messages?, Apr, p 27, NB
Hormone replacement therapy
The female athlete triad: causes, diagnosis, and treatment, Jul, p 67, CL
Hypertension
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Taking the pressure off: how exercise can lower high blood pressure, Jun, p 101, EX
Hyperventilation
When anxiety attacks: treating hyperventilation and panic, Dec, p 54, EM

Immunization: see Vaccination
Incontinence
Conservative treatment of urinary stress incontinence, Jul, p 51, CL
Preventing urinary incontinence in active women, Jul, p 62, PA
Relief for exercise incontinence, Jan, p 16, NB
Infection: see also specific diagnosis
Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107, PA
Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
Exercising-or not-when you are sick, Jan, p 55, PA
Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91, EX
Infectious mononucleosis: recognizing the condition, 'reactivating' the patient, Apr, p 49, CL
Managing urinary tract and vaginal infections, Jul, p 101, CL; (letter) Nov, p 23
Meningococcemia: heading off a killer, Feb, p 57, EM
Septic arthritis of the shoulder: treating an atypical case, May, p 74, CR
Sports and exercise during acute illness: recommending the right course for patients, Jan, p 44, CL
Injury statistics
Diagnosing and treating clavicle injuries, Mar, p 26, CL; (letter) Oct, p 23
Injury survey raises concerns, Feb, p 16, NB
Iron
Minding your minerals: iron, zinc, selenium, and chromium, Jun, p 21, NU
Isotretinoin
Aggressive acne treatment: as simple as one, two, three?, Sep, p 41, CL

Johnson, Magic
With Magic back, what are the medical messages?, Apr, p 27, NB

Kegel exercises
Preventing urinary incontinence in active women, Jul, p 62, PA
Keratolysis
Pitted keratolysis: a common infection of active feet, Oct, p 51, CL
Knee
At-home knee rehabilitation: strengthening without special equipment, May, p 35, RA
Closed reduction of an everted patella, Feb, p 81, IQ
Common musculoskeletal injuries in women, Jul, p 39, CL
Managing ACL injuries in children: are kids' injuries different?, Apr, p 59, CR; (letter) Oct, p 24
Managing collateral ligament tears of the knee, Mar, p 67, CL
Osteochondritis dissecans of the knee, Jun, p 73, CL

Lateral collateral ligament: see Knee
Lateral epicondylitis: see Tennis elbow
Leg
Exertional compartment syndrome of the leg: steps for expedient return to activity, Apr, p 31, CL
Legal issues
Guidelines for managing concussion in sports: a persistent headache, Oct, p 67, F
Practice guidelines take center court: how to limit liability, Mar, p 81, CL
When is disqualification from sports justified? Medical judgment vs patients' rights, Oct, p 75, CL
Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
Nontraumatic hip pain in active children: a critical differential, Jan, p 69, CR; (letter) May, p 33
Lisfranc fracture
Detecting and treating common fractures of the foot and ankle: part 2: the midfoot and forefoot, Oct, p 58, CL
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Listings: see Fellowships, Sports medicine groups
Low-back pain: see Back pain
Low-fat diet
Healthy cooking: there's no place like home, Feb, p 45, NU
Lung
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Lyme disease
Palpitations and fatigue in a football player, Mar, p 87, EQ

Marathon: see Running
Medial collateral ligament: see Knee
Medial epicondylitis: see Golfer's elbow
Melatonin
Melatonin: a trusty travel companion?, Nov, p 19, NB
Meningococcal disease
Meningococcemia: heading off a killer, Feb, p 57, EM
Menopause
An active menopause: using exercise to combat symptoms, Jul, p 30, CL
Minerals: see specific mineral
Minority health
Choosing exercise for better health, Jul, p 117, EX
Mitral valve prolapse
Mitral valve prolapse in active patients: recognition, treatment, and exercise recommendations, Jul, p 78, CL
Mononucleosis
Infectious mononucleosis: recognizing the condition, 'reactivating' the patient, Apr, p 49, CL
Monteggia fracture
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL

Neck
A soldier's neck and shoulder pain, Jun, p 81, IQ
Blunt-trauma carotid artery injury: mild symptoms may disguise serious trouble, Feb, p 48, CL; (correction) Jun, p 26
Burner syndrome: recognition and rehabilitation, Jun, p 57, CR; (letter) Nov, p 95
Neck injuries: urgent decisions and actions, Jan, p 35, EM; (letter) May, p 32
Neck pain: part 1: narrowing the differential, Oct, p 37, CL
Neck pain: part 2: optimizing treatment and rehabilitation, Nov, p 54, CL
Sidestepping burners: a preseason strategy, Jun, p 71, PA
Neuropathy
Burner syndrome: recognition and rehabilitation, Jun, p 57, CR; (letter) Nov, p 95
Neuropsychological testing
Guidelines for managing concussion in sports: a persistent headache, Oct, p 67, F
Managing successive minor head injuries: which tests guide return to play?, Nov, p 25, CR
Sparring and cognitive function in professional boxers, May, p 87, R
Nose
Blunt facial trauma from a bungee jump, May, p 70, IQ
Immediate management of epistaxis: bloody nuisance or ominous sign?, Aug, p 74, CL

Obesity: see also Weight control
Exercising when you're overweight: getting in shape and shedding pounds, Oct, p 81, EX
Occupational medicine
Sports medicine in the workplace: adapting-and expanding-your practice, Nov, p 91, F
Odor
Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91, EX
Pitted keratolysis: a common infection of active feet, Oct, p 51, CL
Older patients
Treating injuries in active seniors, May, p 63, QA
Olympics
Heat stress in Atlanta: preparing for the Olympic worst, Jun, p 89, F
Inside the Olympic medical tent, Jun, p 28, NB
Olympic insights, Jul, p 111, F
Osteochondritis dissecans
Osteochondritis dissecans of the knee, Jun, p 73, CL
Osteoporosis
Guidelines for diagnosing osteoporosis, Jul, p 96, CL
The female athlete triad: causes, diagnosis, and treatment, Jul, p 67, CL

Panic attack
When anxiety attacks: treating hyperventilation and panic, Dec, p 54, EM
Pectoralis major: see Shoulder
Phentermine
Tracking the 'fen-phen' drug trend, Sep, p 17, NB
Phinney, Connie Carpenter
Olympic insights, Jul, p 111, F
Practice guidelines
Guidelines for managing concussion in sports: a persistent headache, Oct, p 67, F
Practice guidelines: a positive perspective, Mar, p 86, ED
Practice guidelines take center court: how to limit liability, Mar, p 81, CL
Practice guidelines: which ones to follow?, Jun, p 51, ED
Pregnancy
Back pain and pregnancy: active management strategies, Jul, p 89, CL; (letter) Oct, p 24, Dec, p 23
Exercise: an alternative therapy for gestational diabetes, Mar, p 54, CL
Pregnant with back pain? Suggested comfort tactics, Jul, p 95, PA
What to do when you're eating for two, Mar, p 21, NU
Preparticipation exam
AHA panel outlines sudden death screening standards, Oct, p 27, NB
Cardiovascular screening: tailoring the preparticipation exam, Jun, p 47, QA
Contraindications to athletic participation: cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system conditions, Aug, p 47, CL
Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
The sports physical: a good time for 'hep B' shots?, Aug, p 29, NB
Ugh! Sports physicals!, Aug, p 33, ED
When is disqualification from sports justified? Medical judgment vs patients' rights, Oct, p 75, CL
Prevention
Exercise is medicine, Feb, p 72, CM; (letter) May, p 32
Exercise-the best prescription, Feb, p 79, PA
Protein
The power of protein, Apr, p 11, NU
Psychological issues
Using mind power for healing, Jul, p 27, RA

Radiology: see Diagnostic imaging
Recurrent injury
Managing successive minor head injuries: which tests guide return to play?, Nov, p 25, CR
Rehabilitation: see also Rehab Adviser department
At-home knee rehabilitation: strengthening without special equipment, May, p 35, RA
Neck pain: part 2: optimizing treatment and rehabilitation, Nov, p 54, CL
Respiratory: see Lung
Rhabdomyolysis
A soldier's neck and shoulder pain, Jun, p 81, IQ
RICE: see Therapeutic modality
Richardson, Dot
Olympic insights, Jul, p 111, F
Running
Heat stress in Atlanta: preparing for the Olympic worst, Jun, p 89, F

Scaphoid: see Wrist
Selenium
Minding your minerals: iron, zinc, selenium, and chromium, Jun, p 21, NU
Septic arthritis: see Arthritis
Shoes
Common musculoskeletal injuries in women, Jul, p 39, CL
Shoulder
A soldier's neck and shoulder pain, Jun, p 81, IQ
Common musculoskeletal injuries in women, Jul, p 39, CL
Diagnosing and treating clavicle injuries, Mar, p 26, CL; (letter) Oct, p 23
Pectoralis major ruptures: ensuring accurate diagnosis and effective rehabilitation, Mar, p 37, CL
Recovering from shoulder pain, Feb, p 33, RA
Septic arthritis of the shoulder: treating an atypical case, May, p 74, CR
Swimmer's shoulder: targeting treatment, Nov, p 39, CL
Single-organ patients
Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
Skateboarding
Surfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, and skateboarding: medical aspects of board sports, Nov, p 63, CL
Skin conditions
Aggressive acne treatment: as simple as one, two, three?, Sep, p 41, CL
Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91, EX
Pitted keratolysis: a common infection of active feet, Oct, p 51, CL
Sleep
Melatonin: a trusty travel companion?, Nov, p 19, NB
Snowboarding
Distal biceps rupture in a snowboarder, Dec, p 66, CR
Surfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, and skateboarding: medical aspects of board sports, Nov, p 63, CL
Spine
Contraindications to athletic participation: spinal, systemic, dermatologic, paired-organ, and other issues, Sep, p 57, CL
Neck pain: part 1: narrowing the differential, Oct, p 37, CL
Sports apparel and equipment: see also Shoes
Sports bras and briefs: choosing good athletic support, Dec, p 99, EX
Sports medicine
Sports medicine in the workplace: adapting-and expanding-your practice, Nov, p 91, F
Sports medicine groups
Sports medicine groups 1996, Jan, p 90, L
Staley, Dawn
Olympic insights, Jul, p 111, F
Steroids: see Anabolic steroids
Strain
Hamstring strains: expediting return to play, Aug, p 37, CL; (correction) Nov, p 95
Stress fracture
Chest pain in a college football player, Aug, p 84, EQ
Sudden death
AHA panel outlines sudden death screening standards, Oct, p 27, NB
Surfing
Surfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, and skateboarding: medical aspects of board sports, Nov, p 63, CL
Sweat
Foot odor: how to clear the air, Aug, p 91, EX
Swimmer's shoulder
Swimmer's shoulder: targeting treatment, Nov, p 39, CL
Swimming
Recovering from shoulder pain, Feb, p 33, RA

Team physician
Inside the Olympic medical tent, Jun, p 28, NB
When is disqualification from sports justified? Medical judgment vs patients' rights, Oct, p 75, CL
Tennis elbow
Home exercises for tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 71, PA
How I manage tennis and golfer's elbow, Feb, p 63, QA
Keeping tennis elbow at arm's length: simple, effective strengthening exercises, May, p 61, PA
Therapeutic modality
Using RICE for injury relief, Oct, p 33, RA
Thigh
Hamstring strains: expediting return to play, Aug, p 37, CL; (correction) Nov, p 95
Thrombosis
Portal venous thrombosis in a backpacker: the role of exercise, Dec, p 75, CR
Toe: see Foot
Travel
Melatonin: a trusty travel companion?, Nov, p 19, NB

Urinary tract
Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107, PA
Conservative treatment of urinary stress incontinence, Jul, p 51, CL
Managing urinary tract and vaginal infections, Jul, p 101, CL; (letter) Nov, p 23
Preventing urinary incontinence in active women, Jul, p 62, PA
Urticaria
Identifying exercise allergies: exercise-induced anaphylaxis and cholinergic urticaria, Nov, p 76, CL

Vaccination
The sports physical: a good time for 'hep B' shots?, Aug, p 29, NB
Vagina
Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107, PA
Managing urinary tract and vaginal infections, Jul, p 101, CL; (letter) Nov, p 23
Vaginitis
Bladder and 'yeast' infections: prevention and cure, Jul, p 107, PA
Managing urinary tract and vaginal infections, Jul, p 101, CL; (letter) Nov, p 23

Web sites
Going online: sports medicine and more, Jan, p 15, NB
Weight control: see also Eating disorders, Obesity, Nutrition Adviser department
Choosing exercise for better health, Jul, p 117, EX
Exercising when you're overweight: getting in shape and shedding pounds, Oct, p 81, EX
Tracking the 'fen-phen' drug trend, Sep, p 17, NB
Windsurfing
Surfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, and skateboarding: medical aspects of board sports, Nov, p 63, CL
Women's health
An active menopause: using exercise to combat symptoms, Jul, p 30, CL
Back pain and pregnancy: active management strategies, Jul, p 89, CL; (letter) Oct, p 24, Dec, p 23
Common musculoskeletal injuries in women, Jul, p 39, CL
Conservative treatment of urinary stress incontinence, Jul, p 51, CL
Exercise: an alternative therapy for gestational diabetes, Mar, p 54, CL
Guidelines for diagnosing osteoporosis, Jul, p 96, CL
Keeping pace with today's active women, Jul, p 29, CM
Managing urinary tract and vaginal infections, Jul, p 101, CL; (letter) Nov, p 23
Pregnant with back pain? Suggested comfort tactics, Jul, p 95, PA
Preventing urinary incontinence in active women, Jul, p 62, PA
Relief for exercise incontinence, Jan, p 16, NB
What to do when you're eating for two, Mar, p 21, NU
Workplace fitness
Sports medicine in the workplace: adapting-and expanding-your practice, Nov, p 91, F
World Wide Web: see Web sites
Wrist
Fracture-dislocations you can't afford to miss, Jun, p 37, CL
Office management of scaphoid fractures, Aug, p 60, CL

Yeast infection: see Vaginitis

Zinc
Minding your minerals: iron, zinc, selenium, and chromium, Jun, p 21, NU


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