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Evaluation of Muscle Damage by Central Fatigue Using Tensiomyography

Chai JH, Bae SW

This study compared muscle function pre- and post-central fatigue caused by a marathon, using maximal displacement (Dm), which indicates muscular stiffness in tensiomyography (TMG) results. Blood and noninvasive TMG test...
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Compressive Neuropathy of the Deep Motor Branch of the Ulnar Nerve in Amateur Cyclist

Nam JJ, Choi IC, Park JH, Park JW

A 36-year-old female amateur cyclist developed mononeuropathy of the deep branch of the ulnar nerve due to nerve compression adjacent to the ulnar tunnel (type II Guyon’s canal syndrome) caused...
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A Comparison of Physical Activity and Exercise Capacity in Adults with Congenital Heart Disease and Healthy Controls

Kim HJ, Yoon JK, Kim SH, Jae SY

Purpose: Advancements in surgical and nonsurgical care for congenital heart disease (CHD) have enabled an increase in survival into adulthood of these children with CHD, thereby contributing to the growth...
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Biological Enhancement of Healing with Kartogenin Injection at the Tendon-to-Bone Interface in a Rat Rotator Cuff Tear Model

Kim DH, Min SG, Kim HM, Choi JH, Lee HJ, Park KH, Yoon JP

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of kartogenin (KGN) on the tendon-bone interface in a rat rotator cuff tear model. Methods: Twenty male rats were divided...
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Efficacy of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in Neck and Shoulder Pain Syndrome

Kim JY, Kim JY, Yoon JP, Chung SW, Kim DH, Won YS

Purpose: The aim of current study is to verify the efficacy of extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) in neck and shoulder pain syndrome. Methods: We enrolled 23 patients with neck and...
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Changes in Shoulder Muscle Activities Depending on Static and Dynamic Body Positions during Shoulder External Rotation Exercises Using Kinetic Chain Concept

Shin MH, Chung SW, Im JM, Baek S, Kim TM, O h KS

Purpose: We aimed to evaluate shoulder muscle activities during shoulder external rotation exercises using an elastic band with the arm at the side or at 90° of abduction in static...
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