Surgical treatment of rectus femoris injury in soccer

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This study report two cases of surgical treatment for complete rupture of the rectus femoris in soccer players. Case 1 Patient 1 was a 50 year old male amateur soccer player with a 38 year history of playing the sport.

Surgical treatment of rectus femoris injury in soccer

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Muscle injury is the most common injury during sport practice. It represents 31% of all lesions in soccer, 16% in track and field, 10.4% in rugby, 17.7% in basketball, and between 22% and 46% in …

Surgical Treatment of Gastrocnemius Muscle Ruptures

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Rupture of the medial head of the gastrocnemius, known as “tennis leg”, typically occurs when the muscle has been overstretched by dorsiflexion of the ankle with full knee extension. The classic clinical presentation is a middle-aged person who complains of sports-related acute pain in the mid portion of the calf, associated with a snapping sensation.

Veröffentlicht in:Orthopaedic Surgery · 2012Autoren:Yu Cheng · Huilin Yang · Zhiyong Sun · Li Ni · Hongtao ZhangZugehörigkeit: Soochow UniversityÜber:Magnetic resonance imaging

Nonoperative Treatment for Proximal Avulsion of the Rectus

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By advocating nonoperative treatment of rectus femoris injuries, we are not suggesting that this is a minor injury; return to play after these injuries usually takes 6 to 12 weeks, and recurrent symptoms were noted in 2 of 11 players.

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Surgical Management of Rectus Femoris Avulsion Among

Conclusion: The surgical treatment of proximal rectus femoris avulsions, consisting of resection of the tendinous part of the muscle, is a reliable and safe technique allowing a fast recovery in professional athletes.

Proximal Rectus Femoris Avulsion Repair

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May 30, 2016 · Proximal rectus femoris tendon avulsions are rare and account for approximately 1.5% of hip lesions that occur during sports.1 This lesion is more frequent in athletes practicing sports that involve sprinting and kicking,2 such as track and field, football, rugby, and soccer.

Operative Treatment of a Complete Rupture of the

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Renstrom and Peterson 3 found that groin injuries represent 5% of all soccer injuries, whereas Ekstrand and Hilding 1 found that such injuries represent 8%. The most common cause of acute groin pain in athletes is a musculoskeletal injury, such as a muscle strain.

Total proximal tendon avulsion of the rectus femoris

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Operative treatment was reported by Irmola et al. [20] in five cases of rectus femoris avulsion found in four professional soccer players and one hurdler. Surgical repair was carried out between