STRESS FRACTURES

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Schnackenburg K, Macdonald H, Ferber R, Wiley J, Boyd S (2011) Bone quality and muscle strength in female athletes with lower limb stress fractures. Med Sci Sports Exerc. May 4 (Epub ahead of print).

Wentz L, Liu P, Haymes E, Iich J (2011) Females have a greater incidence of stress fractures than males in both military and athletic populations. Mil Med 176(4):420-430.

Martinez de Albornoz P, Khanna A, Longo U, Forriol F, Maffulli N (2011) The evidence of low-intensity pulsed ultrasound for in vitro, animal and human fracture healing. Br Med Bull. Mar 23 (Epub ahead of print)

Nusselt T, Klinger H, Schultz W, Baurns M (2010) Fatigue stress fractures of the pelvis: a rare cause of low back pain in female athletes. Acta Orthop Belg. 76(6):838-843

Finestone A, Milgrom C, Wolf O, Petrov K, Evans R, Moran D (2011) Epidemiology of metatarsal stress fractures versus tibial and femoral stress fractures during elite training. Foot Ankle Int 32(1):16-20.

Popp KL, Hughes JM, Smock AJ, Novonty SA, Stovitz SD, Koehler SM, Petit MA (2009) Bone geometry, strength, and muscle size in runnes with a history of stress fracture. Med Sci Sports Exerc Dec;41(12):2145-2150.

Nieves JW, Melsop K, Curtis M, Kelsey JL, Bachrach LK, Greendale G, Sowers MF, Sainani KL. Nutritional factors that influence change in bone density and stress fracture risk among young female cross country runners (2010) PMR Aug;2(8):740-750.

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