Sports Medicine

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Sports Medicine is a problem-oriented guide for efficient diagnosis and treatment of over 200 of the most common musculoskeletal problems related to physical activity. Unlike other sports medicine books that are organized by disease, Sports Medicine is organized by chief complaint, body part, or condition, allowing for better on-the-spot reference.

Following the quick-reference format of Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials Series, Sports Medicine focuses on invesigative medthods...

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Overview

Sports Medicine is a problem-oriented guide for efficient diagnosis and treatment of over 200 of the most common musculoskeletal problems related to physical activity. Unlike other sports medicine books that are organized by disease, Sports Medicine is organized by chief complaint, body part, or condition, allowing for better on-the-spot reference.

Following the quick-reference format of Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials Series, Sports Medicine focuses on invesigative medthods and action strategies to help organize essential clinical information to best serve your patients.

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Reviewer: Chris A. Klenck, M.D., Pharm.D.(University of Tennessee at Knoxville)
Description: This pocket-sized handbook on sports medicine consists of 22 chapters that cover specific diagnoses divided by anatomic location and organ system. Included are several chapters dedicated to procedures and special circumstances. Each diagnosis is covered in outline format.
Purpose: The authors designed the handbook for practicing clinicians who do not have a background in musculoskeletal medicine. The purpose is to provide a quick, convenient resource easily carried in a lab coat pocket.
Audience: The audience identified by the authors include sprimary care physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. In addition to this audience, the handbook should prove useful to medical students in the primary care setting and athletic trainers as a quick reference.
Features: The book consists of well-organized chapters divided into specific diagnoses. Each condition is then described in terms of cause, epidemiology, pathophysiology, symptoms, signs, radiographic findings, and treatment. The average text for each diagnosis is one to two pages. The outline format provides the information in a concise manner that is easy to scan in the office setting. Of particular usefulness is the inclusion of a chapter on the most common corticosteroid injection indications and technique.
Assessment: This book provides a useful tool for the primary care practitioner. Although it will aid in identifying the offending diagnosis, it should not be substituted for a comprehensive textbook. Sports medicine practitioners are unlikely to use this handbook in practice, due to the incomplete nature of the material presented.

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Table of Contents

Contributors xv
Preface xvii
Medical Abbreviations xix
Journal Abbreviations xxvi
Section I General
1. Overuse Injury and Stress Fractures 3
1.1 Overuse Injuries 3
1.2 Stress Fractures 6
2. Corticosteroid Injection Therapy 9
2.1 General Principles 9
2.2 Trigger Finger 10
2.3 De Quervain's Tenosynovitis 10
2.4 TFCC 12
2.5 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 13
2.6 Tennis Elbow 15
2.7 Subacromial Space 16
2.8 Trochanteric Bursitis 17
2.9 Intra-articular Knee 18
2.10 Plantar Fascia 19
3. Environmental Injuries 21
3.1 Acute Mountain Sickness 21
3.2 HACE/HAPE 23
3.3 Trench Foot 25
3.4 Chilblains 26
3.5 Cold Urticaria 27
3.6 Frostbite 28
3.7 Hypothermia 30
3.8 Hyperthermia 34
4. Nutrition and Ergogenics 38
4.1 Creatine 39
4.2 Anabolic Steroids 40
4.3 Human Growth Hormone 41
4.4 Erythropoietin 43
4.5 Stimulants 43
Section II Orthopedic Problems
5. Cervical Spine Injuries 49
5.1 Cervical Strain/Sprain 49
5.2 Cervical Spondylosis/Spinal Stenosis 50
5.3 Cervical Radiculopathy 51
5.4 Burner/Stinger 54
5.5 Cervical Instability 55
6. Shoulder Injuries 57
6.1 AC Separation 57
6.2 Clavicle Fracture 58
6.3 Anterior Shoulder Dislocation 59
6.4 Rotator Cuff Tear 61
6.5 AC Osteoarthritis 65
6.6 Shoulder Instability 66
6.7 Impingement and Subacromial Bursitis 68
6.8 Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder) 70
6.9 Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy 71
6.10 Biceps Tendonitis 72
6.11 Labral Tear 74
6.12 Calcific Bursitis and Tendonitis 76
7. Elbow Problems 77
7.1 Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) 77
7.2 Medial Epicondylitis 79
7.3 PIN Entrapment 81
7.4 Olecranon Bursitis 82
7.5 Traumatic Elbow Injuries 84
7.6 MCL Instability 85
7.7 Distal Biceps Tendon Injuries 87
8. Hand Injuries 89
8.1 Mallet Finger 89
8.2 Jersey Finger (Football Finger) 90
8.3 Boxer's Knuckle 91
8.4 Central Slip Avulsion 92
8.5 Trigger Finger 93
8.6 Collateral Ligament Tears 94
8.7 PIP Volar Plate Rupture 95
8.8 Skier's or Gamekeeper's Thumb 96
8.9 Middle Phalangeal Fracture 97
8.10 PIP Fracture Dislocation 98
8.11 Proximal Phalangeal Fractures 99
8.12 Metacarpal Fractures 99
8.13 Bennett's Fracture 101
8.14 DIP Joint Dislocation 101
8.15 PIP Dorsal Dislocation 102
8.16 PIP Palmar Dislocation 103
8.17 MCP Dislocation 104
9. Wrist Injuries 106
9.1 Scaphoid Fracture 106
9.2 Hamate Fracture 107
9.3 Kienbock's Disease 108
9.4 Distal Radius Fracture 109
9.5 De Quervain's Tenosynovitis 111
9.6 Intersection Syndrome 112
9.7 Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendinitis 113
9.8 Flexor Tenosynovitis 114
9.9 Common Extensor Tenosynovitis 115
9.10 Scapholunate Dissociation 116
9.11 TFCC Tear 117
9.12 Dorsal Impaction Syndrome 119
9.13 Wrist Ganglion 119
10. Back Problems 121
10.1 Mechanical Low Back Pain 121
10.2 Discogenic Back Pain 123
10.3 Sacroiliac Dysfunction 125
10.4 Lumbar Spinal Stenosis 127
11. HIP and Thigh Problems 130
11.1 Femoral Stress Fracture 130
11.2 Femoral Head AVN 131
11.3 Acetabular Labral Tear 132
11.4 Iliopectineal Bursitis 133
11.5 Adductor Tendon Strain 134
11.6 Iliopsoas Tendon Strain 135
11.7 Osteitis Pubis 136
11.8 Greater Trochanter Bursitis 137
11.9 Snapping Hip Syndrome 139
11.10 Hip Pointer 139
11.11 Piriformis Syndrome 140
11.12 Ischiogluteal Bursitis 141
11.13 Thigh Muscle Strains 142
11.14 Thigh Muscle Contusions 143
11.15 Myositis Ossificans 144
11.16 Avulsion Injuries 145
12. Knee Problems 146
12.1 ACL Tear 146
12.2 PCL Tear 148
12.3 Meniscus Injuries 150
12.4 Patellar Dislocation and Subluxation 152
12.5 Quadriceps/Patellar Tendon Rupture 154
12.6 MCL Tear 155
12.7 LCL Tear 157
12.8 Retropatellar Knee Pain 158
12.9 Quadriceps and Patellar Tendinitis 160
12.10 Medial Plica Syndrome 161
12.11 Prepatellar Bursitis 162
12.12 Pes Anserine Bursitis 163
12.13 Baker's Cysts 164
12.14 Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome 165
13. Leg Problems 167
13.1 Stress Fractures 167
13.2 Exertional Compartment Syndrome 168
13.3 Tennis Leg 170
13.4 Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome 171
14. Ankle Injuries 172
14.1 Lateral Ankle Sprain 172
14.2 Peroneal Tendon Subluxation and Dislocation 177
14.3 High Ankle Sprain 178
14.4 OCD 180
14.5 Achilles Tendon Rupture 181
14.6 Posterior Tendon Rupture 183
14.7 Anterolateral Soft-Tissue Impingement 184
14.8 Posterior Tibialis Tendinopathy 185
14.9 Sinus Tarsi Syndrome 186
14.10 Distal Fibular Stress Fracture 186
14.11 Achilles Tendinopathy 187
15. Foot Problems 189
15.1 Blisters 189
15.2 Subungual Hematoma 190
15.3 Hallux Valgus 190
15.4 Turf Toe 191
15.5 Hallux Rigidus 192
15.6 Sesamoid Problems 192
15.7 Morton's Neuroma 193
15.8 Freiberg's Infarction 194
15.9 Phalangeal Fracture 195
15.10 Metatarsal Fracture 195
15.11 Metatarsal Stress Fracture 196
15.12 Fifth Metatarsal Fracture 196
15.13 Tarsal Stress Fracture 197
15.14 Lisfranc Fracture and Dislocation 198
15.15 Plantar Fasciitis 199
15.16 Calcaneal Stress Fracture 200
15.17 Retrocalcaneal Bursitis 201
15.18 Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome 201
15.19 Os Trigonum Syndrome 203
Section III Medical Problems
16. Neurology 207
16.1 Benign Exertional Headache 207
16.2 Weightlifter's Headache 208
16.3 Exertional Migraine 208
16.4 Jogger's Migraine 209
16.5 Concussions 210
16.6 Second Impact Syndrome 213
16.7 Intracranial Hemorrhage 213
16.8 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 214
16.9 Pronator Syndrome 216
16.10 Ulnar Nerve 217
16.11 Radial Tunnel Syndrome 218
17. Adolescent and Pediatric Problems 219
17.1 Spondylolysis 219
17.2 Spondylolisthesis 220
17.3 Scheuermann's Kyphosis 221
17.4 OCD of the Knee 222
17.5 OCD of the Elbow 224
17.6 Osgood-Schlatter Disease 226
17.7 Sinding-Larsen-Johansson 227
17.8 Sever's Disease 227
17.9 Little League Elbow 228
17.10 Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis 230
17.11 Legg-Calve-Perthes 231
17.12 Toxic Synovitis of the Hip 232
17.13 Salter-Harris Fractures 232
18. Cardiovascular Problems 235
18.1 Exercise-associated Collapse and Syncope 235
18.2 Hypertension 238
18.3 Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy 241
18.4 Myocarditis 244
18.5 MVP 245
18.6 Long QT Syndrome 247
19. Issues Unique to the Female Athlete 248
19.1 Exercise-associated Amenorrhea 248
19.2 Osteoporosis 250
19.3 Eating Disorders 251
19.4 Exercise in Pregnancy 253
20. Gastrointestinal Problems 255
20.1 Upper GI Symptoms 255
20.2 Lower GI Symptoms 257
20.3 GI Blood Loss 259
20.4 Hepatic Injury 261
20.5 Abdominal Pain (Side Stitch) 262
21. Infectious Disease 263
21.1 Viral Syndrome 263
21.2 URI 264
21.3 Otitis Media 265
21.4 Sinusitis 266
21.5 Pneumonia 266
21.6 Infectious Mononucleosis 267
21.7 Diarrhea 268
21.8 Cellulitis 269
21.9 Herpes 270
21.10 Tinea 271
22. Other Medical Problems 272
22.1 Overtraining 272
22.2 Exertional Rhabdomyolysis 274
22.3 Exercise-induced Hematuria 275
22.4 Exercise-induced Asthma 276
22.5 Exercise-induced Anaphylaxis 278
22.6 Cholinergic Urticaria 280
Index 281
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