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Compounding for Athletes: Common Questions about Sports Medicine

Author(s):  Allen Loyd V Jr

Issue:  Jul/Aug 1999 - Compounding Parenteral Products
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Page(s):  285-287

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Abstract:  This interview with Omer A. Ilahi, MD, covers questions concerning athletic injuries, sports medicine and related topics. A beginner’s glossary of terms accompanies the article.

Related Keywords: ACL, arthritis, athletes, athletic injury, bursitis, chondromalacia, dislocation, exercise, fracture, frozen shoulder, golfer's elbow, hyperbaric oxygen, iliotibial band syndrome, impingement syndrome, instability, iontophoresis, joint motion, Osgood-Schlatter disease, osteochondritis dissecans, pain, plica syndrome, ruptured tendon, separation, sports medicine, sprain, stress fractures, subluxation, swelling, tendinitis, tendons, tennis elbow, torn rotator cuff

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