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shin splints

[′shin ‚splins]
(medicine)
An injury and an inflammation of the lower leg muscles and bones of the lower and middle third of the tibia and fibula, seen in athletes such as runners or basketball and football players.
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(2008) Medial tibial stress syndrome: evidence-based prevention.
(2013) Risk factors associated with medial tibial stress syndrome in runners: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
The incidence and risk factors in the development of medial tibial stress syndrome among naval recruits.
Abnormally decreased regional bone density in athletes with medial tibial stress syndrome. Am J Sports Med.
Effect of foot posture on the incidence of medial tibial stress syndrome. Med Sci Sports Exerc.
The results of this case report underline the importance of rehabilitation in patients with medial tibial stress syndrome. An accurate and precise diagnosis of lower leg pain provides a more specific rehabilitation and faster recovery.
Factors contributing to the development of medial tibial stress syndrome in high school runners.
Winter, "Medial tibial stress syndrome: a critical review," Sports Medicine, vol.
(2007) Medial tibial stress syndrome (tibial fasciitis): a proposed pathomechanical model involving fascial traction.
Outcome of surgical treatment of medial tibial stress syndrome. J Bone Joint Surg Am.
Their mean duration of medial tibial stress syndrome was 5.0 weeks (range, 3-10 weeks).
Risk factors and prognostic indicators for medial tibial stress syndrome. Scan J Med Sci Sports 2012;22(1):34-39.
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