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July 2021 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 29 - NO. 7 - JULY 2021


NEWS AND ANALYSIS

Editor's Notes
The Journal's Role in Helping Change Medical Practice
Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD

News Briefs
New Formula Estimates Maximal Heart Rate: What Are the Clinical Considerations?
A Spotlight on Mascot Injuries

Best of the Literature
Leg Exercises Reduce Jumper's Knee Pain
Exercise Imparts Health Benefits for CHF Patients


REVIEW ARTICLES

Osteitis Pubis
Solving a Perplexing Problem
Identifying osteitis pubis can be difficult because patients don't usually remember a precipitating event. Diagnostic keys include eliciting each patient's presenting complaints and getting to know the pain patterns unique to the condition. The good news is that once osteitis pubis is identified, conservative treatment is highly successful.
Peter C. Vitanzo, Jr, MD; John M. Mcshane, MD


ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Injuries in Little League Baseball From 1987 Through 1996
Implications for Prevention
A research team from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill examined injury patterns in Little League baseball players over a decade and found that ball-related injuries were most common and that batters had the greatest number of ball-related injuries. Though youth baseball appears safe, the results point to the need for more safety-equipment studies.
Frederick O. Mueller, PhD; Stephen W. Marshall, PhD; Daniel P. Kirby


CASE REPORT

Ascending Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm in an Elite Runner
As this case report dramatically shows, a transient episode of activity-related chest pain, even in a highly conditioned athlete, requires the identification of a cause. Sometimes a superior physical fitness level can mask a serious problem such as thoracic aortic aneurysm.
Susan Mehnert-Kay, MD; Louis E. Mulkey, DO


CLINICAL PRACTICE

Pearls
Hemostasis and Hand Trauma
Comprehensive Acne Treatment
Exercise Benefits for Chronic Pain
Avoiding the Ice-Bin Bottom


READER SERVICE

Editorial Board

Staff

Letters to the Editor
Hyponatremia or Hype?

CME Self Test
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