- Daichi Hayashi, Boston University School of Medicine
- Umile Giuseppe Longo, University Campus Biomedico
- Ali Mobasheri, University of Surrey
- Jasvinder Singh, University of Alabama
- J. Bart Staal, Radboud University Medical Centre
- Alberto Tagliafico, University of Genova
- Anita Wluka, Monash University
- Catia Cornacchia, BioMed Central
The reproducibility of orthopaedic tests commonly used to screen for running injury risk were evaluated in male and female runners and appeared to be variable and to differ between males and females.
Children and adolescents with musculoskeletal problems present a significant burden and an important challenge to the primary health care system due to variability in rates of presentation due to gender, age group, and affected body regions.
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2014, 15:216
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