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Association between Type and Intensity of Physical Activity and Depression

Chang Y, Park KY, Hwang HS, Park HK

Background: Although numerous studies have indicated that lower levels of physical activity correlate with a higher risk of depression, an association between the type of physical activity and depression has...
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Epidemiology of pediatric fractures before versus during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic

Oh CH, Yoon S, Ko KR, Kwon YW, Kim KM, Park HS, Kang H, Jang I, Lee S

Several studies have reported changes in the prevalence of childhood fractures between the prepandemic and coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic periods considering the overall decrease in activity during the latter. This...
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Consequences of Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid Abuse in Males; Sexual and Reproductive Perspective

Corona G, Rastrelli G, Marchiani S, Filippi S, Morelli A, Sarchielli E, Sforza A, Vignozzi L, Maggi M

The real epidemiology and the possible consequences of anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) use still represent a very tricky task due to the difficulties in the quantification and detection of these drugs....
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Depressive Symptoms of the Population Aged 19 and Over due to Regional Gaps in Sports Facilities

Sim HS, Kim BG, Kim DH, Kim TH

Background: Depression is a common disease around the world. Many studies are showing that mental health can be improved through physical activity, and daily regular exercise can reduce the negative...
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Cerebral Cortex Changes in Basketball Players

Kim JH, Park JW, Tae WS, Rhyu IJ

Background: Plastic changes to brain structure and function have been reported in elite athletes of various sports. Interestingly, different regions of the brain were engaged according to the type of...
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Avulsion injuries: an update on radiologic findings

Choi C, Lee SJ, Choo HJ, Lee IS, Kim SK

Avulsion injuries result from the application of a tensile force to a musculoskeletal unit or ligament. Although injuries tend to occur more commonly in skeletally immature populations due to the...
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Biomaterials Used for Suture Anchors in Orthopedic Surgery

Cho CH, Bae KC, Kim DH

Suture anchors are broadly used for attaching soft tissue (e.g., tendons, ligaments, and meniscus) to the bone and have become essential devices in sports medicine and during arthroscopic surgery. As...
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Sports Pharmacy: New Specialty of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Care Services

Kim SH, Cho S, Choi JH, Lee YH, Rhie SJ

The World Anti-Doping Agency has made efforts to promote the safe use of medications and prevent doping in sports globally. International standards have been established and experts have advocate anti-doping...
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Objective and Subjective Analysis of the Knee Joint Function Using Lower Extremity Assessment Protocol after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Kim BH, Jeon HG, Cheo JH, Kang TK, Lee SY

Purpose: Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) is one of the most common procedures in sports medicine. It is important for patients to determine whether or not to return to the pre-operative...
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The BRAIN-Q, a tool for assessing self-reported sport-related concussions for epidemiological studies

James L, Davies M, Mian S, Seghezzo G, Williamson E, Kemp S, Arden N, McElvenny D, Pearce N, Gallo V

OBJECTIVES: The BRAIN-Q is a tool aimed at maximising the accuracy and minimising measurement error for retrospectively assessing concussions. This paper reports the agreement of the BRAIN-Q tool when compared...
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Physical Fitness and Characteristic Analysis of Korean National Prospective Badminton Team Members Stratified by Gender and Game Type

Chai JH, Kim HK

Purpose: This study evaluated fitness levels of 47 athletes from the 2020 Korean National Prospective Badminton Team by gender and game type (singles or doubles). Methods: Our physical fitness evaluation items...
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Functional Tests for Determining Return to Play Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Systematic Review

Ha J, Chung K, Gong D, Song H

Functional tests have been widely used for evaluating the ability to determine return to sports after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. To object of this study is to review the...
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Humerus Shaft Fractures Occurring in Fly Fishing Boat Riding: Injury Scene Analysis

Li H, Choi WS, Lee BG, Lee JH, Park Y, Lee D

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze an injury scene during fly fish boat riding (FBR). METHODS: We conducted survey on 12 patients who had humerus shaft fractures during...
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Return to Sports Following Rotator Cuff Repair: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Kim DH, Bae KC, Cho CH

PURPOSE: Given the increasing common use of rotator cuff repair (RCR), return to sport (RTS) remains an important challenge and measure of success for athletes undergoing RCR. To determine the...
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Epidemiology and Outcomes of Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injury in Children

Choi DH, Song KJ, Shin SD, Ro YS, Hong KJ, Park JH

BACKGROUND: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of pediatric disability that results in many emergency department visits. The risk of TBI is high while playing sports....
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Use of Ultrasonography for Foot and Ankle Sports Injuries

Moon Y, Kim CB, Ahn JH

Sports injuries of the foot and ankle are commonly encountered in clinical practice. Ultrasound is very useful for the diagnosis of such injuries, because it is more economical, readily accessible,...
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Ultrasonography for Diagnosing Sports-Related Shoulder Pain

Song HS

Ultrasonography is used for making the diagnosis and treatment decisions for those patients who complain of shoulder pain related with sports activity. Ultrasonography is especially helpful for diagnosing issues with...
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Peroneal Tendon Repair in Sports Injury

Young KW, Park KC, Hwang JS, Lee HS

PURPOSE: This study examined the clinical outcomes and assessed the average time to return to play following a peroneal tendon repair in Korean athletes. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Between March 2004 and...
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Study on the Injury and Rehabilitation of Racket Athletes with Disabilities

ChangSheng Z, Shin HK, Kim YS

PURPOSE: This study examined the injury and rehabilitation of athletes with disabilities in racket sports projects (i.e., badminton, table tennis, and wheelchair tennis). In addition, the characteristics of each project...
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Partial Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears of the Shoulder Related to the Sports

Park TS

A painful shoulder is common among athletes, particularly those involved in overhead throwing. Professional and recreational athletes in throwing activities have an increased risk of partial thickness tears of the...
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