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to volume 29
jan-dec 2001


The 2001 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:

CQ: Clinical Quiz
CR: Case Report
CT: Clinical Techniques
EN: Editor's Notes
GE: Guest Editorial
NB: News Briefs
PA: Patient Adviser
R: Research
RV: Review article

DEPARTMENT

Clinical Techniques
Immediate steps for treating abrasions, Apr, p 69-70
Quick splint for acute boutonniére injuries, Aug, p 69-70
Identifying and injecting myofascial trigger points, Dec, p 49-50

Editor's Notes
Sportsmedicine changes guard, Jan, p 1
Maintaining professionalism in the athletic environment, Feb, p 3
'Poor sports' need good medicine, Mar, p 1
Sports medicine to the X-treme!, Apr, p 3
Taking a longer-term perspective on injuries, May, p 2
Are we losing the injury-prevention battle?, Jun, p 3
The journal's role in helping change medical practice, Jul, p 5
Sports medicine for all: introducing our new 'Practice Essentials' series, Aug, p 3
The dark side of kids' sports, Sep, p 2
Kids' sports: time to rethink PE, Nov, p 2
Can team physicians buy credibility?, Dec, p 3

News Briefs
Can exercise gadgets motivate patients? from pedometers to high-tech tools, Jan, p 15-18
Sports training and growth delay: is there a connection?, Feb, p 23-27
XFL raises unique sports medicine issues, Mar, p 13-14
New treatment for plantar fasciitis, Mar, p 16
AEDs gain foothold in sports medicine, Apr, p 11-19
Body fat testing: evaluating the options, May, p 13-16
Donating blood: what active people need to know, Jun, p 11-15
New formula estimates maximal heart rate: what are the clinical considerations?, Jul, p 13-14
How effective is computerized concussion management?, Aug, p 11-16
Portable 'echo' devices offer PPE possibilities, Sep, p 13-16
Ribose: a rising star on the supplement scene?, Oct, p 49-50
Terrorist attacks create sports medicine ripples, Nov, p 13-14
NHL group airs injury issues, Dec, p 11-12

Patient Adviser
Exercises in the treatment of low-back pain, Aug, p 67-68
What to do about AC joint injuries, Nov, p 57-58

AUTHOR

Adams BB: Red plaque on a high school wrestler, Feb, p 65-68, CQ
Alpert BS: see Salim MA, May, p 80-93
Amendola A: see Korkola M, Jun, p 35-50

Basler RSW: Immediate steps for treating abrasions, Apr, p 69-70, CT
Browning KH: Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV

Chew HF: see Evans NA, Sep, p 19-34

Delaney JS: How can hyperbaric oxygen contribute to treatment?, Mar, p 77-84, RV; (letter) Dec, p 34
Dorshimer G: see Hunt A, Nov, p 39-46
Dowling EA: How exercise affects lipid profiles in women: what to recommend for patients, Sep, p 45-52, RV
Drezner JA: Managing low-back pain: steps to optimize function and hasten return to activity, Aug, p 37-43, RV
Drezner JA: Exercises in the treatment of low-back pain, Aug, p 67-68, PA

Eakin CL: Knee arthrofibrosis: prevention and management of a potentially devastating condition, Mar, p 31-42, RV
Earnest CP: Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Ebbing S: see Hartgens F, Jan, p 49-66
Estes NAM III: ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Evans NA: The natural history and tailored treatment of ACL injury, Sep, p 19-34, RV

Fair J: see Williams MS, Aug, p 69-70
Frankovich RJ: In-line skating injuries: patterns and protective equipment use, Apr, p 57-62, R
Fritts HM: see LaPrade RF, May, p 53-59

Garcia MA: see Basler RSW, Apr, p 69-70
Gardner AW: Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
Glick ID: Psychiatric conditions in sports: diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life, Aug, p 45-55, RV
Gooding KS: see Basler RSW, Apr, p 69-70

Haight RR: Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Hartgens F: Androgenic-anabolic steroid-induced body changes in strength athletes, Jan, p 49-66, R
Herring SA: see Drezner JA, Aug, p 37-43
Herring SA: see Drezner JA, Aug, p 67-68
Hockenbury RT: Evaluation and treatment of ankle sprains: clinical recommendations for a positive outcome, Feb, p 57-64, RV
Homoud M: see Estes NAM III, Mar, p 67-74
Horsfall JL: see Glick ID, Aug, p 45-55
Hunt A: Isolated jejunal rupture after blunt trauma, Nov, p 39-46, CR

Johnson RJ: Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
Johnson RJ: What to do about AC joint injuries, Nov, p 57-58, PA

Killingsworth RE: Community design and transportation policies: new ways to promote physical activity, Feb, p 31-34, GE
Kirby DP: see Mueller FO, Jul, p 41-48
Kissick J: see Hunt A, Nov, p 39-46
Konowalchuk BK: see LaPrade RF, May, p 53-59
Korkola M: Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Kuipers H: see Hartgens F, Jan, p 49-66

LaPrade RF: Articular cartilage injuries of the knee: evaluation and treatment options, May, p 53-59, RV
Lattanzio CN: see Frankovich RJ, Apr, p 57-62
Lee IM: Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Leggit J: Facial lesions on a college basketball player, Dec, p 15-16, 26, CQ
Link MS: see Estes NAM III, Mar, p 67-74

Maquirriain J: Fractures in active patients with transplanted organs: treatment and exercise recommendations, Jan, p 37-40, 66, CR
Marshall SW: see Mueller FO, Jul, p 41-48
Matheson GO: Sportsmedicine changes guard, Jan, p 1, EN
Matheson GO: Maintaining professionalism in the athletic environment, Feb, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: 'Poor sports' need good medicine, Mar, p 1, EN
Matheson GO: Sports medicine to the X-treme!, Apr, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: Taking a longer-term perspective on injuries, May, May, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Are we losing the injury-prevention battle?, Jun, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: The journal's role in helping change medical practice, Jul, p 5, EN
Matheson GO: Sports medicine for all: introducing our new 'Practice Essentials' series, Aug, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: The dark side of kids' sports, Sep, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Kids' sports: time to rethink PE, Nov, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Can team physicians buy credibility?, Dec, p 3, EN
McShane JM: see Vitanzo PC Jr, Jul, p 33-38,48
Mees PD: see Schnirring L, Mar, p 16
Mehnert-Kay S: Ascending thoracic aortic aneurysm in an elite runner, Jul, p 53-59, CR
Moeller JL: Spondylolysis in active adolescents: expediting return to play, Dec, p 27-32, RV
Montgomery DL: see Delaney JS, Mar, p 77-84
Mueller FO: Injuries in Little League Baseball from 1987 through 1996: implications for prevention, Jul, p 41-48, R
Mulkey LE: see Mehnert-Kay S, Jul, p 53-59

Norris RL: Airway management for the sports physician, part 1: basic techniques, Oct, p 23-29, RV
Norris RL: Airway management for the sports physician, part 2: advanced techniques, Nov, p 15-28, RV

O'Kane JW: Syncope following neck trauma in a football player, Sep, p 37-41, CR

Paffenbarger RS Jr: see Lee IM, Feb, p 37-52
Peterson J: see Norris RL, Oct, p 23-29
Peterson J: see Norris RL, Nov, p 15-28
Petrella RJ: see Frankovich RJ, Apr, p 57-62
Pyeritz RE: Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV

Rajan GP: A soccer player with a sore toe: recognizing subungual osteochondromas, Jun, p 65-71, CR
Rietjens G: see Hartgens F, Jan, p 49-66
Rifat SF: see Moeller JL, Dec, p 27-32
Ruane JJ: Identifying and injecting myofascial trigger points, Dec, p 49-50, CT
Ryan S: see Hunt A, Nov, p 39-46

Salim MA: Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Sammarco GJ: see Hockenbury RT, Feb, p 57-64
Sattler FR: see Stringer WW, Dec, p 19-26
Schmid TL: see Killingsworth RE, Feb, p 31-34
Schmidt JV: see Strikas RA, Oct, p 33-48
Schnirring L: Can exercise gadgets motivate patients? from pedometers to high-tech tools, Jan, p 15-18, NB
Schnirring L: Sports training and growth delay: is there a connection?, Feb, p 23-27, NB
Schnirring L: XFL raises unique sports medicine issues, Mar, p 13-14, NB
Schnirring L: New treatment for plantar fasciitis, Mar, p 16, NB
Schnirring L: AEDs gain foothold in sports medicine, Apr, p 11-19, NB
Schnirring L: Body fat testing: evaluating the options, May, p 13-16, NB
Schnirring L: Donating blood: what active people need to know, Jun, p 11-15, NB
Schnirring L: New formula estimates maximal heart rate: what are the clinical considerations?, Jul, p 13-14, NB
Schnirring L: How effective is computerized concussion management?, Aug, p 11-16, NB
Schnirring L: Portable 'echo' devices offer PPE possibilities, Sep, p 13-16, NB
Schnirring L: Ribose: a rising star on the supplement scene?, Oct, p 49-50, NB
Schnirring L: Terrorist attacks create sports medicine ripples, Nov, p 13-14, NB
Schnirring L: NHL group airs injury issues, Dec, p 11-12, NB
Servi JT: Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Shephard RJ: Exercise in the heat: a double threat to the immune system?, Jun, p 21-31, GE
Shiple BJ: see Haight RR, Mar, p 45-62
Stanish WD: see Evans NA, Sep, p 19-34
Stokes W: Persistent ankle pain after a 'simple sprain', Apr, p 49-55, CQ
Strikas RA: Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Stringer WW: Metabolic syndromes associated with HIV: mitigating the side effects of drug therapy, Dec, p 19-26, RV

Thompson PD: Exercise rehabilitation for cardiac patients: a beneficial but underused therapy, Jan, p 69-75, RV
Thompson PD: Cardiovascular risks of exercise: avoiding sudden death and myocardial infarction, Apr, p 33-47, RV
Trentz O: see Rajan GP, Jun, p 65-71

Uusitalo ALT: Overtraining: making a difficult diagnosis and implementing targeted treatment, May, p 35-50, RV

Van Marken Lichtenbelt WD: see Hartgens F, Jan, p 49-66
Vitanzo PC Jr: Osteitis pubis: solving a perplexing problem, Jul, p 33-38,48, RV
Vollaard N: see Hartgens F, Jan, p 49-66

Wang PJ: see Estes NAM III, Mar, p 67-74
Weaver DL: see Strikas RA, Oct, p 33-48
Wentorf FA: see LaPrade RF, May, p 53-59
Western GB: see Stokes W, Apr, p 49-55
Wilckens J: see Williams MS, Aug, p 69-70
Williams MS: Quick splint for acute boutonniére injuries, Aug, p 69-70, CT
Wolfe CR: see Strikas RA, Oct, p 33-48

Zellweger R: see Rajan GP, Jun, p 65-71

SUBJECT

Abdomen
Isolated jejunal rupture after blunt trauma, Nov, p 39-46, CR
Abrasion
Immediate steps for treating abrasions, Apr, p 69-70, CT
Acromioclavicular joint: see Shoulder
Adolescents
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV
Kids' sports: time to rethink PE, Nov, p 2, EN
Spondylolysis in active adolescents: expediting return to play, Dec, p 27-32, RV
The dark side of kids' sports, Sep, p 2, EN
Advanced cardiac life support
AEDs gain foothold in sports medicine, Apr, p 11-19, NB
AIDS: see HIV
Airway
Airway management for the sports physician, part 1: basic techniques, Oct, p 23-29, RV
Airway management for the sports physician, part 2: advanced techniques, Nov, p 15-28, RV
Alternative medicine
How can hyperbaric oxygen contribute to treatment?, Mar, p 77-84, RV; (letter) Dec, p 34
Anabolic steroids
Androgenic-anabolic steroid-induced body changes in strength athletes, Jan, p 49-66, R
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Androgen
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Androstenedione
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Aneurysm
Ascending thoracic aortic aneurysm in an elite runner, Jul, p 53-59, CR
Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV
Ankle
Evaluation and treatment of ankle sprains: clinical recommendations for a positive outcome, Feb, p 57-64, RV
Persistent ankle pain after a 'simple sprain', Apr, p 49-55, CQ
Anterior cruciate ligament: see Knee
Antiviral drugs
Metabolic syndromes associated with HIV: mitigating the side effects of drug therapy, Dec, p 19-26, RV
Aortic rupture
Ascending thoracic aortic aneurysm in an elite runner, Jul, p 53-59, CR
Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV
Apophysis: see Adolescents, Children, anatomic site
Arrhythmia: see also specific diagnosis
AEDs gain foothold in sports medicine, Apr, p 11-19, NB
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Arthritis
Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
Arthrofibrosis
Knee arthrofibrosis: prevention and management of a potentially devastating condition, Mar, p 31-42, RV
Articular cartilage
Articular cartilage injuries of the knee: evaluation and treatment options, May, p 53-59, RV
Atherosclerosis: see Heart, Vascular conditions
Atrial fibrillation
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Automated external defibrillator: see Defibrillator

Back pain
Exercises in the treatment of low-back pain, Aug, p 67-68, PA
Managing low-back pain: steps to optimize function and hasten return to activity, Aug, p 37-43, RV
Spondylolysis in active adolescents: expediting return to play, Dec, p 27-32, RV
Barotrauma
How can hyperbaric oxygen contribute to treatment?, Mar, p 77-84, RV; (letter) Dec, p 34
Baseball
Injuries in Little League Baseball from 1987 through 1996: implications for prevention, Jul, p 41-48, R
Beta-blocker
Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Blood donation
Donating blood: what active people need to know, Jun, p 11-15, NB
Body composition assessment
Androgenic-anabolic steroid-induced body changes in strength athletes, Jan, p 49-66, R
Body fat testing: evaluating the options, May, p 13-16, NB
Breathing
Airway management for the sports physician, part 1: basic techniques, Oct, p 23-29, RV
Airway management for the sports physician, part 2: advanced techniques, Nov, p 15-28, RV
Burner
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV

Cardiac arrest: see Arrhythmia, Coronary artery disease
Cardiac screening: see Preparticipation exam
Cardiovascular: see Heart, Vascular conditions, specific diagnosis
Carotid artery: see Neck
Cartilage transplant
Articular cartilage injuries of the knee: evaluation and treatment options, May, p 53-59, RV
Cervical spine see Spine
Chicken pox: see Varicella
Children
Injuries in Little League Baseball from 1987 through 1996: implications for prevention, Jul, p 41-48, R
Kids' sports: time to rethink PE, Nov, p 2, EN
Sports training and growth delay: is there a connection?, Feb, p 23-27, NB
The dark side of kids' sports, Sep, p 2, EN
Cholesterol
How exercise affects lipid profiles in women: what to recommend for patients, Sep, p 45-52, RV
Claudication
Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
Clavicle
Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
What to do about AC joint injuries, Nov, p 57-58, PA
Community design
Community design and transportation policies: new ways to promote physical activity, Feb, p 31-34, GE
Compartment syndrome
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Computers
How effective is computerized concussion management?, Aug, p 11-16, NB
Concussion
How effective is computerized concussion management?, Aug, p 11-16, NB
Coronary artery disease
How exercise affects lipid profiles in women: what to recommend for patients, Sep, p 45-52, RV
Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Cricothyrotomy: see Tracheotomy

Death: see Fatality
Defibrillator
AEDs gain foothold in sports medicine, Apr, p 11-19, NB
Dehydroepiandrosterone
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Depression
Psychiatric conditions in sports: diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life, Aug, p 45-55, RV
Dermatitis
Facial lesions on a college basketball player, Dec, p 15-16, 26, CQ
Dermatology: see Skin conditions
Diabetes
Fractures in active patients with transplanted organs: treatment and exercise recommendations, Jan, p 37-40, 66, CR
Dislocation
Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
Quick splint for acute boutonniére injuries, Aug, p 69-70, CT
Donating blood: see Blood donation
Drug policy
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Drugs: see also specific drugs, Ergogenic drugs
Androgenic-anabolic steroid-induced body changes in strength athletes, Jan, p 49-66, R
Psychiatric conditions in sports: diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life, Aug, p 45-55, RV

Echocardiography
Portable 'echo' devices offer PPE possibilities, Sep, p 13-16, NB
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV
Electrocardiography
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Emergency response: see also anatomic site, specific diagnosis
Airway management for the sports physician, part 1: basic techniques, Oct, p 23-29, RV
Airway management for the sports physician, part 2: advanced techniques, Nov, p 15-28, RV
Equipment: see Exercise equipment, Medical equipment
Ergogenic drugs
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Ergogenic nutrition
Ribose: a rising star on the supplement scene?, Oct, p 49-50, NB
Exercise effects
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Exercise rehabilitation for cardiac patients: a beneficial but underused therapy, Jan, p 69-75, RV
How exercise affects lipid profiles in women: what to recommend for patients, Sep, p 45-52, RV
Overtraining: making a difficult diagnosis and implementing targeted treatment, May, p 35-50, RV
Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Sports training and growth delay: is there a connection?, Feb, p 23-27, NB
Exercise equipment
Can exercise gadgets motivate patients? from pedometers to high-tech tools, Jan, p 15-18, NB
In-line skating injuries: patterns and protective equipment use, Apr, p 57-62, R
Exercise intensity
Overtraining: making a difficult diagnosis and implementing targeted treatment, May, p 35-50, RV
Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Exercise motivation
Can exercise gadgets motivate patients? from pedometers to high-tech tools, Jan, p 15-18, NB
Exercise prescription
Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
How exercise affects lipid profiles in women: what to recommend for patients, Sep, p 45-52, RV
Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Exercise risks
Cardiovascular risks of exercise: avoiding sudden death and myocardial infarction, Apr, p 33-47, RV
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Sports medicine to the X-treme!, Apr, p 3, EN
Taking a longer-term perspective on injuries, May, May, p 2, EN

Face
Facial lesions on a college basketball player, Dec, p 15-16, 26, CQ
Fat, body: see Weight control
Fatality
Cardiovascular risks of exercise: avoiding sudden death and myocardial infarction, Apr, p 33-47, RV
Finger: see Hand
Foot
New treatment for plantar fasciitis, Mar, p 16, NB
Football
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Syncope following neck trauma in a football player, Sep, p 37-41, CR
Fracture: see also Stress fracture
Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
Fractures in active patients with transplanted organs: treatment and exercise recommendations, Jan, p 37-40, 66, CR
In-line skating injuries: patterns and protective equipment use, Apr, p 57-62, R

Gastrointestinal tract
Isolated jejunal rupture after blunt trauma, Nov, p 39-46, CR
Growth and development
Sports training and growth delay: is there a connection?, Feb, p 23-27, NB

Hand
Quick splint for acute boutonniére injuries, Aug, p 69-70, CT
Head
How effective is computerized concussion management?, Aug, p 11-16, NB
Heart: see also specific diagnosis
AEDs gain foothold in sports medicine, Apr, p 11-19, NB
Ascending thoracic aortic aneurysm in an elite runner, Jul, p 53-59, CR
Cardiovascular risks of exercise: avoiding sudden death and myocardial infarction, Apr, p 33-47, RV
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Exercise rehabilitation for cardiac patients: a beneficial but underused therapy, Jan, p 69-75, RV
Portable 'echo' devices offer PPE possibilities, Sep, p 13-16, NB
Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Heart rate
New formula estimates maximal heart rate: what are the clinical considerations?, Jul, p 13-14, NB
Heart rate monitor: see Exercise equipment
Heat injury
Exercise in the heat: a double threat to the immune system?, Jun, p 21-31, GE
Heel: see Foot
Helmet
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Hepatitis
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART)
Metabolic syndromes associated with HIV: mitigating the side effects of drug therapy, Dec, p 19-26, RV
Hip
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV
HIV
Metabolic syndromes associated with HIV: mitigating the side effects of drug therapy, Dec, p 19-26, RV
Hockey
Isolated jejunal rupture after blunt trauma, Nov, p 39-46, CR
NHL group airs injury issues, Dec, p 11-12, NB
Hormones
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Human immunodeficiency virus: see HIV
Hyperbaric oxygen
How can hyperbaric oxygen contribute to treatment?, Mar, p 77-84, RV; (letter) Dec, p 34
Hyponatremia
The journal's role in helping change medical practice, Jul, p 5, EN

Immunity
Exercise in the heat: a double threat to the immune system?, Jun, p 21-31, GE
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
In-line skating
In-line skating injuries: patterns and protective equipment use, Apr, p 57-62, R
Influenza
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Injection
Identifying and injecting myofascial trigger points, Dec, p 49-50, CT
Injury: see anatomic site, specific diagnosis, specific sport, Rehabilitation
Injury prevention: see also Prevention
Are we losing the injury-prevention battle?, Jun, p 3, EN
In-line skating injuries: patterns and protective equipment use, Apr, p 57-62, R
Injuries in Little League Baseball from 1987 through 1996: implications for prevention, Jul, p 41-48, R
NHL group airs injury issues, Dec, p 11-12, NB
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Terrorist attacks create sports medicine ripples, Nov, p 13-14, NB
Injury statistics
In-line skating injuries: patterns and protective equipment use, Apr, p 57-62, R
Injuries in Little League Baseball from 1987 through 1996: implications for prevention, Jul, p 41-48, R
Intestine: see Gastrointestinal tract
Ischemia
How can hyperbaric oxygen contribute to treatment?, Mar, p 77-84, RV; (letter) Dec, p 34
Itching: see Pruritus

Jejunum: see Gastrointestinal tract
Joint: see specific joint

Kidney
Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV
Knee
Articular cartilage injuries of the knee: evaluation and treatment options, May, p 53-59, RV
Knee arthrofibrosis: prevention and management of a potentially devastating condition, Mar, p 31-42, RV
The natural history and tailored treatment of ACL injury, Sep, p 19-34, RV

Leg
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Knee arthrofibrosis: prevention and management of a potentially devastating condition, Mar, p 31-42, RV
Lipids: see Cholesterol
Low-back pain: see Back pain
Lyme disease
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV

Marfan syndrome
Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV
Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Maximal heart rate: see Heart rate
Measles
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Medial tibial stress syndrome
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Medical equipment
Airway management for the sports physician, part 1: basic techniques, Oct, p 23-29, RV
Airway management for the sports physician, part 2: advanced techniques, Nov, p 15-28, RV
Body fat testing: evaluating the options, May, p 13-16, NB
Portable 'echo' devices offer PPE possibilities, Sep, p 13-16, NB
Medical practice
Can team physicians buy credibility?, Dec, p 3, EN
Maintaining professionalism in the athletic environment, Feb, p 3, EN
The journal's role in helping change medical practice, Jul, p 5, EN
Meningococcal disease
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Men's health
Androgenic-anabolic steroid-induced body changes in strength athletes, Jan, p 49-66, R
Metabolic syndromes
Metabolic syndromes associated with HIV: mitigating the side effects of drug therapy, Dec, p 19-26, RV
Mortality: see Fatality
Myocardial infarction: see also Coronary artery disease
Cardiovascular risks of exercise: avoiding sudden death and myocardial infarction, Apr, p 33-47, RV
Myofascial pain syndrome
Identifying and injecting myofascial trigger points, Dec, p 49-50, CT

Neck
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Syncope following neck trauma in a football player, Sep, p 37-41, CR
Needling: see Injection
Neurapraxia
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Neurologic condition
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Neuropathy
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Neuropsychological testing
How effective is computerized concussion management?, Aug, p 11-16, NB
Nutrition
Ribose: a rising star on the supplement scene?, Oct, p 49-50, NB

Older patients
Exercise rehabilitation for cardiac patients: a beneficial but underused therapy, Jan, p 69-75, RV
Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Osteitis pubis
Osteitis pubis: solving a perplexing problem, Jul, p 33-38,48, RV
Osteoarthritis: see Arthritis
Osteochondral injury
Articular cartilage injuries of the knee: evaluation and treatment options, May, p 53-59, RV
Persistent ankle pain after a 'simple sprain', Apr, p 49-55, CQ
Osteochondroma
A soccer player with a sore toe: recognizing subungual osteochondromas, Jun, p 65-71, CR
Overtraining
Overtraining: making a difficult diagnosis and implementing targeted treatment, May, p 35-50, RV
Overuse injury
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV
Overtraining: making a difficult diagnosis and implementing targeted treatment, May, p 35-50, RV
The dark side of kids' sports, Sep, p 2, EN

Pain: see also Rehabilitation, anatomic site
Managing low-back pain: steps to optimize function and hasten return to activity, Aug, p 37-43, RV
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Pedometer: see Exercise equipment
Pelvis
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV
Osteitis pubis: solving a perplexing problem, Jul, p 33-38,48, RV
Periostitis
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Peripheral artery disease
Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
Physical education
Kids' sports: time to rethink PE, Nov, p 2, EN
Plantar fasciitis
New treatment for plantar fasciitis, Mar, p 16, NB
Pneumonia
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Preparticipation exam
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Portable 'echo' devices offer PPE possibilities, Sep, p 13-16, NB
Prevention: see also Injury prevention
Preventing coronary heart disease: the role of physical activity, Feb, p 37-52, RV
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Taking a longer-term perspective on injuries, May, May, p 2, EN
Professionalism
Maintaining professionalism in the athletic environment, Feb, p 3, EN
Prohormone: see Hormones
Proximal interphalangeal joint: see Hand
Pruritus
Red plaque on a high school wrestler, Feb, p 65-68, CQ
Pseudofolliculitis
Facial lesions on a college basketball player, Dec, p 15-16, 26, CQ
Psychological issues
Overtraining: making a difficult diagnosis and implementing targeted treatment, May, p 35-50, RV
Psychiatric conditions in sports: diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life, Aug, p 45-55, RV
Public health
Community design and transportation policies: new ways to promote physical activity, Feb, p 31-34, GE
Terrorist attacks create sports medicine ripples, Nov, p 13-14, NB

Rehabilitation
Evaluation and treatment of ankle sprains: clinical recommendations for a positive outcome, Feb, p 57-64, RV
Exercise rehabilitation for cardiac patients: a beneficial but underused therapy, Jan, p 69-75, RV
Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
Exercises in the treatment of low-back pain, Aug, p 67-68, PA
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV
How can hyperbaric oxygen contribute to treatment?, Mar, p 77-84, RV; (letter) Dec, p 34
Managing low-back pain: steps to optimize function and hasten return to activity, Aug, p 37-43, RV
What to do about AC joint injuries, Nov, p 57-58, PA
Respiratory: see Breathing
Return to play
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
Exercises in the treatment of low-back pain, Aug, p 67-68, PA
Managing low-back pain: steps to optimize function and hasten return to activity, Aug, p 37-43, RV
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Spondylolysis in active adolescents: expediting return to play, Dec, p 27-32, RV
Sports medicine for all: introducing our new 'Practice Essentials' series, Aug, p 3, EN
Revascularization
Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
Ribose
Ribose: a rising star on the supplement scene?, Oct, p 49-50, NB
Risk: see Exercise risks
Running
Ascending thoracic aortic aneurysm in an elite runner, Jul, p 53-59, CR
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV

Safety: see Injury prevention, Prevention
Shin: see Leg
Shin splints: see Medial tibial stress syndrome
Shock-wave therapy
New treatment for plantar fasciitis, Mar, p 16, NB
Shoulder
Acromioclavicular joint injuries: identifying and treating 'separated shoulder' and other conditions, Nov, p 31-35, RV
What to do about AC joint injuries, Nov, p 57-58, PA
Skin conditions
Facial lesions on a college basketball player, Dec, p 15-16, 26, CQ
Immediate steps for treating abrasions, Apr, p 69-70, CT
Red plaque on a high school wrestler, Feb, p 65-68, CQ
Spinal stenosis
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Spine
Abnormal hand sensations after a football tackle, Oct, p 11-16, CR
Exercises in the treatment of low-back pain, Aug, p 67-68, PA
Managing low-back pain: steps to optimize function and hasten return to activity, Aug, p 37-43, RV
Sideline evaluation of neck pain: when is it time for transport?, Mar, p 45-62, RV
Spondylolysis in active adolescents: expediting return to play, Dec, p 27-32, RV
Splint
Quick splint for acute boutonniére injuries, Aug, p 69-70, CT
Spondylolysis
Spondylolysis in active adolescents: expediting return to play, Dec, p 27-32, RV
Sports medicine
Can team physicians buy credibility?, Dec, p 3, EN
Sports medicine for all: introducing our new 'Practice Essentials' series, Aug, p 3, EN
Sports medicine to the X-treme!, Apr, p 3, EN
Sportsmedicine changes guard, Jan, p 1, EN
The journal's role in helping change medical practice, Jul, p 5, EN
XFL raises unique sports medicine issues, Mar, p 13-14, NB
Sportsmanship
'Poor sports' need good medicine, Mar, p 1, EN
Sprain
Evaluation and treatment of ankle sprains: clinical recommendations for a positive outcome, Feb, p 57-64, RV
Persistent ankle pain after a 'simple sprain', Apr, p 49-55, CQ
Strength training
Androgenic-anabolic steroid-induced body changes in strength athletes, Jan, p 49-66, R
Stress fracture
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Hip and pelvis injuries in runners: careful evaluation and tailored management, Jan, p 23-34, RV
Stress testing
Cardiovascular risks of exercise: avoiding sudden death and myocardial infarction, Apr, p 33-47, RV
Substance abuse: see Drugs
Supplements: see Ergogenic drugs, Ergogenic nutrition
Syncope
Syncope following neck trauma in a football player, Sep, p 37-41, CR

Talar dome: see Ankle
Team physician
Can team physicians buy credibility?, Dec, p 3, EN
Maintaining professionalism in the athletic environment, Feb, p 3, EN
Terrorist attacks create sports medicine ripples, Nov, p 13-14, NB
XFL raises unique sports medicine issues, Mar, p 13-14, NB
Terrorism
Terrorist attacks create sports medicine ripples, Nov, p 13-14, NB
Testosterone
Dietary androgen 'supplements': separating substance from hype, May, p 63-79, RV
Tetanus
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Thrill sports
Sports medicine to the X-treme!, Apr, p 3, EN
Tinea corporis
Red plaque on a high school wrestler, Feb, p 65-68, CQ
Tracheotomy
Airway management for the sports physician, part 2: advanced techniques, Nov, p 15-28, RV
Transplant
Fractures in active patients with transplanted organs: treatment and exercise recommendations, Jan, p 37-40, 66, CR
Trigger points
Identifying and injecting myofascial trigger points, Dec, p 49-50, CT

Urban planning: see Community design

Vaccination
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Varicella
Immunizations: recommendations and resources for active patients, Oct, p 33-48, RV
Vascular conditions
Disorders of vascular fragility: implications for active patients, Jun, p 53-60, RV
Exercise training for patients with peripheral artery disease, Aug, p 25-35, RV
Exercise-induced leg pain: sifting through a broad differential, Jun, p 35-50, RV
Sports and Marfan syndrome: awareness and early diagnosis can prevent sudden death, May, p 80-93, RV
Ventricular hypertrophy
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV

Walking
Can exercise gadgets motivate patients? from pedometers to high-tech tools, Jan, p 15-18, NB
Community design and transportation policies: new ways to promote physical activity, Feb, p 31-34, GE
Weight control
Body fat testing: evaluating the options, May, p 13-16, NB
Weight training: see Strength training
Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome
ECG findings in active patients: differentiating the benign from the serious, Mar, p 67-74, RV
Wrestling
Red plaque on a high school wrestler, Feb, p 65-68, CQ

XFL
Sports medicine to the X-treme!, Apr, p 3, EN
XFL raises unique sports medicine issues, Mar, p 13-14, NB

Youth: see Children, Adolescents


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