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Biceps Femoris Aponeurosis Size and Strain Injury Risk

The authors examine the question of whether biceps femoris aponeurosis size is associated with an increased risk of hamstring strain injury. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise

ARVO: Genetic link ID'd for strabismus and schizophrenia

(HealthDay)—There is a genetic link for strabismus and schizophrenia, with almost half of the genes dysregulated in strabismic medial rectus muscle identified as biomarkers for schizophrenia, accord...

New Study Evaluates Whether Pedaling Backward Boosts Cycling Performance

ACE®-Commissioned Study Finds Pedaling in Reverse Is an Effective Form of Cross Training, Results In Improved Strength for Regular Cycling Pedaling backward on a stationary b...

HIV-1: Optimizing treatment protocols when diagnostics are costly

HIV-1 continues to spread globally. While neither a cure, nor an effective vaccine are available, recent focus has been put on 'treatment-for-prevention', which is a method by which treatment is used ...

Optimizing treatment protocols when diagnostics are costly

HIV-1 continues to spread globally. While neither a cure, nor an effective vaccine are available, recent focus has been put on 'treatment-for-prevention', which is a method by which treatment is used ...

Child-friendly formulation of WHO-recommended HIV treatment approved by FDA

The Paediatric HIV Treatment Initiative welcomes this important step towards closing the treatment gap for children with HIV

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FRIDAY, May 29, 2015 -- Drug addicts forced off methadone maintenance treatment while in prison are much less likely to seek such treatment when they're released than inmates who keep receiving the tr...

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A Cost-Utility Analysis Comparing the Sartorius Versus the Rectus Femoris Flap in the Treatment of the Infected Vascular Groin Graft Wound.

The sartorius and rectus femoris flaps as reasonable coverage options for the infected vascular groin graft wound. Our goal was to perform a cost-utility analysis of the sartorius flap versus the rect...

Comparison of Rectus Femoris Transfer Surgery Done Concomitant With Hamstring Lengthening or Delayed in Patients With Cerebral Palsy.

Children with spastic cerebral palsy frequently develop stiff knee gait. A common treatment of flexed knee gait is lengthening of the hamstring tendons. It has been shown that minimum knee extension i...

Proximal Rectus Femoris Avulsion: Ultrasonic Diagnosis and Nonoperative Management.

  To present a case of ultrasonic diagnosis and nonoperative management of a complete proximal rectus femoris avulsion in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 soccer goalkeeper.

Does the GMFCS level influence the improvement in knee range of motion after rectus femoris transfer in cerebral palsy?

The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) on the outcomes of rectus femoris transfer (RFT) for patients with cerebral palsy and stif...

Comparison of the Efficacy of Medial Rectus Recession and Lateral Rectus Resection for Treatment of Divergence Insufficiency.

Surgical approaches for divergence insufficiency esotropia include medial rectus recession and lateral rectus resection. A retrospective chart review compared the efficacy of each.

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