Skip navigation

athletes

Ulnar Impaction Syndrome: A case series investigating the appropriate diagnosis, management, and post-operative considerations

December 01, 2014

Ulnar sided wrist pain is a common site for upper extremity disability. Ulnar impaction syndrome results in a spectrum of triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) injuries and associated lunate, triquetrum, and ligamentous damage. Patients commonly present with insidious ulnar sided wrist pain and clicking, and a history of trauma or repetitive axial loading and rotation. In this case series, three patients presented to a

Read More

Addressing the risk factors and prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death in young athletes: a case report

May 07, 2014

Background: Mandatory prescreening for the identification of risk factors and prevention of sudden cardiac death (SCD) is a widely debated topic within academic literature. In addition, the effective emergency management of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) has reported lower survival outcomes (9% with bystander CPR, 24% with AED application) although improvements, such as strategic placements of

Read More

back to top