_Sports Hernia - Anatomy: What Is a Sports Hernia?- Epidemiology of Groin Injuries in Athletes.- Differential Diagnosis of Groin Pain in Athletes.- Hip Pathology That Can Cause Groin Pain in Athletes: Diagnosis and Management.- The Role of Femoroacetabular Impingement in the Etiology of Athletic Pubalgia and Sports Hernias.- Hip Dysplasia.- Sports Hernia - History and Physical Examination: Making the Diagnosis with Confidence.- Imaging of Athletic Groin Pain.- The Role of the Team Physician and Athletic Trainer, Including Non-Operative Management.- The Open, All-Suture Repair Technique for the Treatment of Athletic Pubalgia.- Surgical Treatment of Sports Hernia: Open Mesh Approach.- Surgical Treatment of Sports Hernia: Laparoscopic Approach.- Surgical Treatment of Sportsman's Groin: The Minimal Repair Technique (Muschaweck-Repair).- Sportsman's Groin and the Inguinal Ligament Release Procedure.- Adductor Injuries and the Role of Adductor Tenotomy for Groin Pain in Athletes.- Ancillary Modalities in the Treatment of Athletic Groin Pain.- Rehabilitation and Return to Activity Following Sports Hernia Surgery.
Über den Autor
David R. Diduch, MD, MS, Alfred R. Shands Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Head Orthopedic Team Physician, Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, USA.
L. Michael Brunt, MD, Team Surgeon, St. Louis Blues, Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Section of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA.
First book of its kind to deal specifically with sports hernia and athletic pubalgia
Focuses on assessment and current approaches to treatment of sports hernia, including differentiation from other hip injuries
Includes an international cast of contributors considered experts in their fields