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A Coroutine Language.

A Pascal-based implementation of coroutines.

["Coroutines", C.D. Marlin, LNCS 95, Springer 1980].
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The researchers sought to determine if successfully passing all six measures resulted in a reduced risk of second ACL injury in the first 24 months after returning to their sport, as well as to assess if the ability to successfully pass individual return-to-sport criteria resulted in reduced risk of a second ACL injury.
A torn ACL cannot be repaired by stitching it back together, but it can be reconstructed by replacing it with a tendon from another area of the leg, such as the hamstring.
None of this dramatic growth happens without substantial cost: ACL Airshop and its very large institutional investors have more than doubled the annual average capital outlays each year, as well.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the most efficient and noninvasive method for the diagnosing ACL injuries and observing knee morphology.[8] Recently, an increasing number of studies have used MRI technology to evaluate the various anatomical aspects of the knee joint,[9],[10],[11],[12] such as the increased tibial plateau slope and the intercondylar notch type.[13],[14],[15],[16],[17],[18]
It is accepted that MRI is the most effective radiological method with 90% to 95% sensitivity and 95% to 100% specificity when assessing ACL injuries.
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman tore his ACL in August 2017 and returned to action roughly a year later.
Both Suwon and Kashima are competing for their first ACL title.
To prevent ACL injuries, athletic teams should provide a strength and conditioning program, including evaluation of strength and imbalance; exercises to strengthen leg muscles, and abdominal and other core muscles; training for proper techniques; and warm-up routines for prevention of injury.
'I had three ACL and one meniscus repair.' Another Blackwater player Poy Erram has survived ACL surgeries in both knees and is coming off a breakout first conference where he averaged 14.2 points, 13.8 rebounds and 34.5 minutes.
An understanding of the different factors contributing to these injuries is particularly important in preventing ACL injuries.
Al Ain had failed to qualify for next year's ACL anyway after finishing fourth in last season's Arabian Gulf League.
Patients having ACL resection are clinically allowed to resume sports activity using the muscle strength level in injured limb, compared with contralateral limb, several months after the injury.