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Continuing Medical Education - Vol 28, No 5 (2010)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The collapsed football player: The sight of a football player lying on the ground, surrounded by coaches and medics, is not uncommon. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Motaung 198-201
Knee injuries in football: Knee injuries are particularly common in football. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Ferguson, R Collins 202-206
Football emergency medicine: Emergency medicine in football is now regarded as a sub-speciality of emergency medicine. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EB Kramer 208-212
Current perspectives of doping in football and the 2010 list of prohibited substances EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Derman 213-216
Medical considerations in the female football player EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Constantinou 217-219
Football injuries – surveillance, incidence and prevention EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Constantinou 220-225
Sports-related concussion relevant to the South African football environment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Patricios 226-229
Travelling with football teams: The doctor travelling with a football team is presented with unique challenges. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Motaung 230-233


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