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Sports Medicine: Board and Examination Review is a resource for physicians and other health care professionals preparing for a sports medicine examinationCovers the entire spectrum of sports medicine from medical to skeletal conditions related to the athlete.

The editors include family physicians, a physiatrist and an orthopedic surgeon, thus covering the wide spectrum of expertise needed in the specialty.

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Reviewer: Craig S Nadelson, BS, DO (Indiana University School of Medicine)
Description: This is a review book for the CAQ exam for sports medicine. It contains over 900 practice questions and answers, and includes detailed explanations of the answers.
Purpose: The purpose of this book is to "provide a well-referenced, evidence-based source of material that would provide a resource for both study and practice" of sports medicine. This is a necessary addition to sports medicine literature because everyone needs to pass the CAQ every 10 years. As far as I am aware, this is the only resource containing questions and answers that are designed to reflect the topics tested on the ABFP sports medicine exams. The authors have done an excellent job in meeting their objectives.
Audience: The target audience consists of anyone in the field of sports medicine, especially those who have or are pursuing the CAQ in the field. It might also be helpful to medical students and residents who have a rotation in sports medicine, but it is likely too advanced for most.
Features: The content is simple: a question section, followed by a section with the answer and explanation. Topics are broken down by specific body parts, rehabilitation, specific sports, general medical problems in the athlete, evaluation of injuries, and special populations.
Assessment: As far as I know this is the first book of its kind, related specifically to sports medicine and the CAQ exam, and something that the field has long needed.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071421522
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/15/2004
  • Series: McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review Series
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 10.88 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. O’Connor is the author of THE TEXTBOOK OF RUNNING MEDICINE, a McGraw-Hill book. He is director of the primary care sports medicine Army/ Navy/ Air Force/Coast Guard combined fellowship program and he is on the editorial board and is a frequent contributor to The Physician and Sports Medicine.

Dr. Sallis is a noted leader in primary care and sports medicine. He is on numerous editorial boards including The Physician and Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine Reports and Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. He is on the Publications Committee, American College of Sports Medicine, Course Co-Chairman, ACSM’s Team Physician Course and he is on the Sports Medicine Review Board for the Gatorade Sports Science Institute. Dr. Sallis has worked closely with Mosby on several publications for ACSM.

Dr. Wilder is a physiatrist and is the co-author of THE TEXTBOOK OF SPORTS MEDICINE. He is active in the running community

Dr. Pierre is an orthopaedic surgeon and will bring his expertise as a surgeon to the book. He a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.

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Table of Contents

1 The team physician 1
2 Ethical considerations in sports medicine 3
3 Legal issues 3
4 Field side emergencies 4
5 Mass participation events 7
6 Catastrophic sports injuries 8
7 Terminology 8
8 Basics in exercise physiology 9
9 Articular cartilage injury 11
10 Muscle and tendon injury and repair 12
11 Bone injury and fracture healing 14
12 The preparticipation physical examination 15
13 Basic principles of exercise training and conditioning 17
14 Nutrition 18
15 Exercise prescription 19
16 Exercise and chronic disease 20
17 Playing surface and protective equipment 21
18 Diagnostic imaging 23
19 Electrodiagnostic testing 24
20 Exercise stress testing 25
21 Gait analysis 26
22 Compartment syndrome testing 27
23 Exercise-induced asthma testing 28
24 Drug testing 28
25 Cardiovascular considerations 31
26 Dermatology 33
27 Genitourinary 34
28 Ophthalmology 35
29 Otolaryngology 36
30 Dental 39
31 Infectious disease and the athlete 40
32 Endocrine considerations 42
33 Hematology in the athlete 44
34 Neurology 46
35 Gastroenterology 47
36 Pulmonary 49
37 Allergic diseases in athletes 50
38 Overtraining syndrome/chronic fatigue 51
39 Environmental injuries 52
40 Head injuries 55
41 Cervical spine 56
42 Thoracic and lumbar spine 57
43 Magnetic resonance imaging : technical considerations and upper extremity 58
44 Shoulder instability 59
45 Rotator cuff pathology 61
46 Sternoclavicular, clavicle, and acromioclavicular injuries 62
47 Shoulder superior labrum, biceps, and pec tears 64
48 The throwing shoulder 65
49 Elbow instability 67
50 Elbow articular lesions and fractures 68
51 Elbow tendinosis 69
52 Soft tissue injuries of the wrist in athletes 70
53 Soft tissue injuries of the hand 72
54 Wrist and hand fractures 73
55 Upper extremity nerve entrapment 75
56 Magnetic resonance imaging : lower extremity 77
57 Pelvis, hip, and thigh 78
58 Knee meniscal injuries 79
59 Knee instability 80
60 The patellofemoral joint 82
61 Soft tissue knee injuries (tendon and bursae) 83
62 Ankle instability 85
63 Surgical considerations in the leg 86
64 Tibia and ankle fractures 87
65 Foot injuries 88
66 Lower extremity stress fracture 90
67 Nerve entrapments of the lower extremity 91
68 Physical modalities in sports medicine 93
69 Core strengthening 94
70 Medications and ergogenics 94
71 Common injections in sports medicine : general principles and specific techniques 95
72 Footwear and orthotics 96
73 Taping and bracing 97
74 Psychologic considerations in exercise and sport 98
75 Complimentary and alternative medicine 99
76 Baseball 101
77 Basketball 102
78 Boxing : medical considerations 103
79 Crew 103
80 Cross-country ski injuries 104
81 Bicycling injuries 105
82 Figure skating 106
83 Football 108
84 Golfing injuries 109
85 Gymnastics 109
86 Ice hockey injuries 110
87 Rugby injuries 112
88 Running 114
89 Soccer 115
90 Swimming 117
91 Tennis 118
92 Triathlon 118
93 Weightlifting 119
94 Lacrosse 120
95 Wrestling 121
96 The pediatric athlete 123
97 The geriatric athlete 124
98 The female athlete 124
99 Special Olympics athletes 126
100 The disabled athlete 127
101 The athlete with a total joint replacement 128
102 Cancer and the athlete 129
103 The athlete with HIV 130
Answers and explanations
Sect. 1 General considerations 133
Sect. 2 Evaluation of the injured athlete 157
Sect. 3 Medical problems in the athlete 165
Sect. 4 Musculoskeletal problems in the athlete 189
Sect. 5 Principles of rehabilitation 227
Sect. 6 Sports-specific considerations 237
Sect. 7 Special population 261
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