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Monitoring of serum enzymes in sport
Exercise associated hyponatraemia: quantitative analysis to understand the aetiology
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Adolescent flexibility, endurance strength, and physical activity as predictors of adult tension neck, low back pain, and knee injury: a 25 year follow up study
Sports activities 5 years after total knee or hip arthroplasty: the Ulm Osteoarthritis Study
Effect of lower limb massage on electromyography and force production of the knee extensors
Injuries in West Indies cricket 2003–2004
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Serum concentrations of C reactive protein, α1 antitrypsin, and complement (C3, C4, C1 esterase inhibitor) before and during the Vuelta a Espańa
Converging evidence for the under-reporting of concussions in youth ice hockey
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Thermoregulatory observations in soccer match play: professional and recreational level applications using an intestinal pill system to measure core temperature
Optimising a curriculum for clinical haematology and biochemistry in sports medicine: a Delphi approach
Growth hormone 1 (GH1) gene and performance and post-race rectal temperature during the South African Ironman triathlon
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Quantifying the functional rehabilitation of injured football players
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High risk of new knee injury in elite footballers with previous anterior cruciate ligament injury
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Concussive head injury in children and adolescents related to sports and other leisure physical activities
No holds barred sport fighting: a 10 year review of mixed martial arts competition
Dose–response relation between physical activity and sick leave
Screening elite winter athletes for exercise induced asthma: a comparison of three challenge methods
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Online short reports
Is migraine a risk factor for the development of concussion?
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CHONDROITINS 4 AND 6 SULPHATE IN OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE
TOPICAL GLYCERYL TRINITRATE APPLICATION IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC SUPRASPINATUS TENDINOPATHY
CAN ADOPTION OF REGULAR EXERCISE LATER IN LIFE PREVENT METABOLIC RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE?
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SURVIVAL AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS
Live high-train low associated with increased haemoglobin mass as preparation for the 2003 World Championships in two native European world class runners
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Is it more effective for highly trained swimmers to live and train at 1200 m than at 1850 m in terms of performance and haematological benefits?