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April 2003 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 31 - NO. 4 - April 2003


NEWS AND ANALYSIS

News Briefs
Ephedra Use Under Fire: Deaths Amplify Safety Concerns
Better Bounce for Military Boots
How to Diagnose 'Hot Tub Lung'

Best of the Literature
Refining Knee Injection Techniques
Tai Chi Retards Bone Loss and Improves Muscle Strength
Strenuous Activity May Pose a Risk of Plaque Injury
Who Will Benefit From Cardiac Rehab?

Spotlight on Sports Medicine
The Ripple Effect of Title IX on Women's Health Issues: Treating an Increasingly Active Population
Patricia D. Mees

Editor's Notes will resume next month.


REVIEW ARTICLES

ACL Reconstruction With Autografts
Weighing Performance Considerations and Postoperative Care
Patients who have had ACL surgery are common in an active primary care practice. Knowing what to expect regarding recovery and rehabilitation can foster more seamless continuity of care.
John A. Grant, PhD; Nicholas G. Mohtadi, MD, MSC

Glenohumeral Osteoarthritis in Active Patients
Diagnostic Tips and Complete Management Options
When a physician suspects glenohumeral osteoarthritis, a working knowledge of pain patterns, provocation tests, and the most useful radiographic views can lead to an earlier diagnosis that may prevent or delay surgery.
Ariane Gerber, MD; Janne T. Lehtinen, MD; Jon J. P. Warner, MD


ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Arterial and Venous Injuries in Athletes
Findings and Their Effect on Diagnosis and Treatment
A 7-year retrospective review of sports-related vascular injuries at Stanford University revealed injury patterns along with useful examination, imaging, and treatment recommendations.
Frank R. Arko, MD; Cornelius Olcott IV, MD


CLINICAL PRACTICE

Pearls
Vigilance for Bleeding Disorders
Better Shoulder Penetration
Sweet Slumber, Despite Ankle or Knee Injury
Complete Calf Stretches
A Skin Freshener After Cast Removal


READER SERVICE

Editorial Board

Letters to the Editor

Staff

CME Self Test
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Index 1990-2002


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