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Jasmina Pluncevic-Gligoroska, Lidija Todorovska, Beti Dejanova, Vesela Maleska, Sanja Mancevska and Slobodan Nikolic

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Bekim Haxhiu, Ardiana Murtezani, Bedri Zahiti, Ismet Shalaj and Sabit Sllamniku

References 1. Dvorak J, Graf-Baumann T, Peterson L, et al. Editorial. Am J Sports Med 2000;28:S1. 2. Chomiak J, Junge A, Peterson L, Dvorak J. Severe injuries in football players. Influencing factors. Am J Sports Med 2000;28(5):58-68. 3. Hawkins RD, Hulse MA, Wilkinson C, Hodson A, Gibson M. The association football medical research programme: an audit of injuries in professional football. Br J of Sports Med 2001;35:43-7. 4. Luthje P, Nurmi I, Kataja M, et al. Epidemiology and traumatology of

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Kristina Radoman, Vesna Vucic, Aleksandra Arsic, Dejan Cubrilo, Nevena Jeremic, Jovana Jeremic and Vladimir Jakovljevic

, Djelic M, Glibetic M. Altered plasma and erythrocyte phospholipid fatty acid profile in elite female water polo and football players. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 2012; 37(1): 40-7. 22. Petersen AM, Pedersen BK. The anti-inflammatory effect of exercise. J Appl Physiol 2005; 98(4): 1154-62. 23. Tepsic J, Vucic V, Arsic A, Blazencic-Mladenovic V, Mazic S, Glibetic M. Plasma and erythrocyte phospholipid fatty acid profile in professional basketball and football players. Eur J Appl Physiol 2009; 107(3): 359-65. 24. Zeyda M, Farmer D, Todoric J, Aszmann O

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I. Moldovan, S. Mureşan, S. T. Pop, C. Trimbitas, D.M. Iliescu and Klara Brînzaniuc

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This descriptive study was conducted on a group of 92 patients during January 2012 - December 2012, treated at the Sports Rehabilitation Department of NOVA VITA Medical Center, Tîrgu Mures. We investigated the incidence of muscle and joint injuries by age group, gender, region of the injured muscle and joint, type of sport. Football is the main sport practiced at a professional level, thus the leg is the most exposed body part to diseases at different levels and degrees, especially the ankle, knee and thigh with muscle damage and ligament injuries. Playing tennis at an amateur level can harm body parts like the shoulder and the elbow and can cause tendon and muscle injuries. The most affected region is the knee. Knee injuries are present in almost all sports. Nearly 40% of the injuries are ligament injuries.

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Jelena Maric, Milan Marjanovic, Dalibor Jovanovic, Filip Stojanovic, Djordje Vukmirovic and Vladimir Jakovljevic

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Aleksandra Arsić, Ana Stojanović and Milena Mikić

in DHA. Lipids 2006; 41(9):851-8. 13. Bartl K, Gomez CA, Garcia M, Aufdermauer T, Kreuzer M, Hess HD, Wettstein HR: Milk fatty acid profile of Peruvian Criollo and Brown Swiss cows in response to different diet qualities fed at low and high altitude. Arch Anim Nutr 2008; 62(6):468-84. 10.1080/17450390802453450 14. Tepsic J, Vucic V, Arsic A, Blazencic-Mladenovic V, Mazic S, Glibetic M: Plasma and erythrocyte phospholipid fatty acid profile in professional basketball and football players. Eur J Appl Physiol 2009; 107(3):359-65. 10

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Radica Dragojlovic Ruzicic, Vladimir Jakovljevic and Dusica Djordjevic

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Iliya. V. Valkov and Rositza D. Dimkova

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Eleven retired sportsmen, who had a career in contact sports (three boxers, four footballers, four wrestlers) and one cyclist with a history of several falls from a bicycle and had been diagnosed with a cerebrovascular trauma, were investigated with auditory cognitive P300. The age range was aged between 26 and 63 years. Ten out of the twelve presented cognitive wave latency between 512 msec and 928 msec. This finding made us conclude that repetitive minor head injuries (mHI) that they inevitably had experienced during their carrier has led to cognitive problems in older age.

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Mary Mathias and Debra Pollard

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Modern haemophilia care based on good diagnosis and effective prophylaxis has allowed boys born with haemophilia to grow up leading essentially normal lives. Nevertheless, there remain challenges notably those posed by inhibitors and patient expectations. There is now a significant cohort of men in their 30s, 40s and 50s who have been looked after extremely well but many of whom now have significant ankle arthropathy because they played football, even when advised not to do so at a time when prophylaxis was limited or started late. The imminent era of longer-acting clotting factors and gene therapy will also impact on future patient expectations. Meeting and managing these challenges will be much enhanced by the development and maintenance of good relationships between the patient and the haemophilia team.

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Grigoriy Chaika and Oksana Kucherenko

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