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Does sports participation (including level of performance and previous injury) increase risk of osteoarthritis? A systematic review and meta-analysis
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    Response to: "Does sports participation (including level of performance and previous injury) increase risk of osteoarthritis? A systematic review and meta-analysis"
    • Kate A. Timmins, Senior Lecturer
    • Other Contributors:
      • Richard D. Leech, Mark E. Batt, and Kimberley L. Edwards

    Dear Editor,

    We read with interest the systematic review by Tran and colleagues recently published online(1). The findings build on our own observations in a systematic review of running and knee osteoarthritis (OA)(2). Although the focus of our review was narrower than that of Tran et al, which investigated evidence relating to OA of all joints across a variety of sports, we would like to comment on some of the si...

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