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acute injuries
Although the majority of injuries encountered are overuse injuries, acute injuries can also occur.
      
Participants are prone to various conditions ranging from acute injuries to conditions borne from chronic environmental exposure.
      
Of 59 patients with acute injuries, 52 were painfree with full stability of the MP joint; 23 patients with chronic instability and tendon grafting also showed restoration of stability.
      
While acute injuries show a higher rate of lateral meniscus tears, chronic laxities are very frequently associated with severe medial meniscus lesions.
      
An important feature of this test is that it can be performed in patients with acute injuries.
      
Lateral meniscal tears and their evolution in acute injuries of the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee
      
Male dancers suffered more frequently from acute injuries to the knee joint.
      
The incidence of acute injuries was 23.6 per 1,000 game hours and 3.1 per 1,000 training hours.
      
Apoptosis occurs during a variety of acute injuries to tubule cell.
      
Acute injuries to the growth plate and the epiphysis, and their potential to produce deformity have been well classified in the child of an age where there is a bony nucleus within the epiphysis.
      
Axis injuries were associated with acute injuries of other cervical vertebrae in 14 (8%) of the patients.
      
Fourteen patients with acute injuries needed hospitalisation, with an average stay of 5 days.
      
Imaging of acute injuries of the articular surfaces (chondral, osteochondral and subchondral fractures)
      
Arthroscopy in the diagnosis of acute injuries to the knee joint
      
This study evaluates the role of arthroscopy in the diagnosis of acute injuries to the knee.
      
It is presented as a valid alternative for the treatment of acute injuries of the lateral ligament of the ankle in young people and sportsmen.
      
Overdistraction: a hazard of skull traction in the management of acute injuries of the cervical spine
      
An earlier analysis examined the possibility of bias in the Life Span Study (LSS) cohort by studying Japanese A-bomb survivors with bomb-related acute injuries and those without such injuries (Stewart and Kneale in Int J Epidemiol 29:708-714, 2000).
      
The authors reported significantly higher radiation risks, both for cancers and non-cancers, among those survivors with acute injuries compared with those without.
      
The diagnostic and prognostic significance of this method of examination in the case of acute injuries is described.
      
 

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