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Month by month analysis of the number of athletic training injuries: a prospective one year study on 2701 athletes
  1. J A Sanchis-Gimeno,
  2. E Casas-Roman,
  3. C Garcia-Campero,
  4. R Hurtado-Fernandez,
  5. L Aparicio-Bellver
  1. University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain
  1. Correspondence to:
 Professor Sanchis-Gimeno
 Facultad de Medicina, Depto Anatomia y Embriologia Humana, Apartado correos 15038, Valencia 46080, Spain;

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Various studies have focused on sport injuries.1,2 In a previous report the incidence of injuries in athletes in a one year study was analysed using a sample size that was less than 150 subjects.1 It was hypothesised that subjects who were more involved in sport before injury (eight hours or more a week of …

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