Tendon and muscle injuries in the groin area

P A Renström
Clinics in Sports Medicine 1992, 11 (4): 815-31
Groin injuries in athletes are being recognized as one of the most difficult problems in sport. The symptoms associated with chronic groin injuries are often diffuse and uncharacteristic. These injuries usually constitute a major diagnostic and therapeutic challenge, the success of which depends on a correct diagnosis. It is necessary to establish a broad, differential background, and therefore, this article includes a broad description of groin injuries.

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