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Age, gender, and etiology differences of sports-related fractures in children and adolescents A retrospective observational study
Wang HW(王洪伟)1,2,3,4; Liu, Huan5; Wu, Jun1; Li CQ(李长青)6; Zhou Y(周跃)6; Liu J(刘军)1; Ou L(欧兰)7; Xiang LB(项良碧)1
Department机器人学研究室
Source PublicationMEDICINE
ISSN0025-7974
2019
Volume98Issue:4Pages:1-6
Indexed BySCI
WOS IDWOS:000462296900006
Contribution Rank1
Funding OrganizationFoundation of the Liaoning Province Doctor Startup Fund ; State Key Laboratory of Robotics ; State Key Lab of CADCG ; State Key Laboratory of Trauma, Burn and Combined Injury ; State Key Laboratory of Materials Processing and Die & Mould Technology
Keywordadolescent child fracture sports traumatic
AbstractTo investigate the age, gender, and etiology differences of sports-related fractures in children and adolescents (6-18 years old). We retrospectively reviewed 410 child and adolescent patients (335 males and 75 females aged 13.5 +/- 3.1 years old) with sports-related fractures admitted to our university-affiliated hospitals from 2001 to 2010. The incidence and pattern were summarized with respect to different age groups, genders, etiologies. Playing basketball (97, 23.7%) and running (90, 22.0%) were the most common etiologies. Radius (102, 24.9%) was the most common fracture site. The most common etiologies and fracture sites were biking (19.6%) and humerus fractures (28.0%) in the <= 12 age range group, playing basketball (34.0%) and radius fractures (26.2%) in the 12-15 age range group, playing basketball (31.7%) and radius fractures (23.0%) in the 15-18 age range group. The most common etiologies were playing basketball (27.5%) in the male group and running (24.0%) in the female group. The male presented with significantly higher rate of radius fractures and nerve injury, significantly lower rate of femoral fractures than the female. The most common fracture sites were radius fractures in the basketball group (28.9%) and cricket group (37.5%), humerus fracture in the running group (20.0%), biking group (23.3%), and climbing group (45.0%), tibia fractures in the football group (28.9%) and playing SP bars group (50.0%), and ulna fractures (37.5%) in the ice skating group. Sports-related fractures are common in children and adolescents, particularly in males. Basketball, running, and biking were the most common etiologies; radius, ulna, and humerus were the most common fracture sites.
Language英语
WOS SubjectMedicine, General & Internal
WOS KeywordHIGH-SCHOOL ; EPIDEMIOLOGY ; INJURIES ; CONCUSSION
WOS Research AreaGeneral & Internal Medicine
Funding ProjectState Key Laboratory of Materials Processing and Die & Mould Technology[P2018-011] ; State Key Laboratory of Trauma, Burn and Combined Injury[SKLKF201705] ; State Key Lab of CADCG[A1718] ; State Key Laboratory of Robotics[2017-O01] ; Foundation of the Liaoning Province Doctor Startup Fund[201601389] ; Foundation of the Liaoning Province Doctor Startup Fund[201601389] ; State Key Laboratory of Robotics[2017-O01] ; State Key Lab of CADCG[A1718] ; State Key Laboratory of Trauma, Burn and Combined Injury[SKLKF201705] ; State Key Laboratory of Materials Processing and Die & Mould Technology[P2018-011]
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sia.cn/handle/173321/24473
Collection机器人学研究室
Corresponding AuthorWang HW(王洪伟); Li CQ(李长青)
Affiliation1.Department of Orthopedics, General Hospital of Shenyang Military Area Command of Chinese PLA, Shenyang, Liaoning, China
2.State Key Laboratory of Trauma, Burn and Combined Injury, Third Military Medical University, Chongqing, China
3.State Key Laboratory of Robotics, Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Science, Shenyang, Liaoning, China
4.State Key Laboratory of Materials Processing and Die & Mould Technology, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei, China
5.Department of Orthopedics, Affiliated Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Southwest Medical University, Luzhou, China
6.Department of Orthopedics, Xinqiao Hospital, The Third Military Medical University, Chongqing, China
7.Department of Radiology, Southwest Hospital, The Third Military Medical University, Chongqing, China.
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Wang HW,Liu, Huan,Wu, Jun,et al. Age, gender, and etiology differences of sports-related fractures in children and adolescents A retrospective observational study[J]. MEDICINE,2019,98(4):1-6.
APA Wang HW.,Liu, Huan.,Wu, Jun.,Li CQ.,Zhou Y.,...&Xiang LB.(2019).Age, gender, and etiology differences of sports-related fractures in children and adolescents A retrospective observational study.MEDICINE,98(4),1-6.
MLA Wang HW,et al."Age, gender, and etiology differences of sports-related fractures in children and adolescents A retrospective observational study".MEDICINE 98.4(2019):1-6.
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