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August 2021 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 28 - NO. 8 - AUGUST 2021


NEWS AND ANALYSIS

Best of the Literature
Oral 'Andro' Increases Levels of Serum Testosterone
Exercise Worsens Acute Mountain Sickness
Improving PCL Reconstruction Outcome

News Briefs
Are Your Patients Asking About Prolotherapy?
Medical Coverage of Wimbledon
AAP Advises Against Early Sports Specialization
AAP Offers Heat Stress Recommendations

Editor-in-Chief Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD, is on vacation. 'Editor's Notes' will resume next month.


REVIEW ARTICLES

Pneumothorax in Sports
Issues in Recognition and Follow-Up Care
Pneumothoraces are sudden and sometimes life-threatening events; the spontaneous form is often recurrent. Backed by available data and experience, the authors review recognition and management and construct recommendations for return to activity.
Sean M. Curtin, MD; Andrew M. Tucker, MD; David R. Gens, MD

A Guide to Treating Ironman Triathletes at the Finish Line
The increasing concern about hyponatremia and its sequelae—seizure, coma, and death—are reflected in these recommendations for care of ultraendurance athletes.
Lester B. Mayers, MD; Timothy D. Noakes, MB ChB, MD

Myths and Truths of Stretching
Individualized Recommendations for Healthy Muscles
A number of long-held notions about stretching don't hold water. To help patients stretch effectively, physicians will need to deliver new messages.
Ian Shrier, MD, PhD; Kav Gossal, MD


CLINICAL PRACTICE

Pearls
Cramp Relief That Cuts the Mustard
Upper-Extremity and Clavicle Stabilization for Bicyclists
Blow-by-Blow Lung Auscultation
An Orthosis Trial Run


READER SERVICE

Editorial Board

Staff

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