Emergency Medicine Book

Traumatic Injury

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Sports Related Trauma

Aka: Sports Related Trauma, Trauma in Sports, Trauma in Athletes, Sports Injury, Athletic Injury
  1. See Also
    1. Trauma Primary Survey
    2. Trauma Secondary Survey
    3. Wilderness Trauma
    4. Female Athlete Injury Risks
    5. Barotrauma
    6. Sports Related Eye Injury
    7. Sports Related Trauma
    8. See Musculoskeletal Injury
    9. Sports Contact Levels
    10. Sports Intensity Levels
    11. Preparticipation Physical Evaluation
  2. Causes: Head and Neck Injury
    1. Head Injury in Sports
    2. Auricular Hematoma
    3. Eye Injury in Sports
    4. Nasal Fracture
    5. Epistaxis
    6. C-Spine Trauma or Cervical Spine Fracture
  3. Causes: Chest or Thoracic Injury
    1. Rib Fracture
    2. Clavicle Fracture
    3. Sternal Fracture
    4. Pneumothorax
    5. Pneumomediastinum
    6. Cardiac Contusion
    7. Thoracic Spine Injury
  4. Causes: Abdominal or Lumbar Injury
    1. Abdominal Trauma
    2. Genitourinary Trauma
    3. Liver Laceration
    4. Splenic Rupture
    5. Pancreatic Injury
    6. Renal Injury
    7. Pelvis Fracture
    8. Lumbar Spine Injury
  5. Causes: Musculoskeletal
    1. See Musculoskeletal Injury
  6. Causes: Sports Specific Injury
    1. Baseball
      1. Shoulder Injury (e.g. Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, Shoulder Labral Tear)
      2. Elbow Injury (e.g. Medial Epicondyle Apophysitis, Medial Epicondylitis)
    2. Basketball
      1. Ankle Injury (e.g. Ankle Sprain)
      2. Finger Injury (e.g. Jammed Finger)
    3. Bicycling
      1. See Bicycling
    4. Bowling
      1. Shoulder Injury (e.g. Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy)
      2. Elbow Injury (e.g. Medial Epicondylitis or Bowler's Elbow)
      3. Wrist Injury (e.g. wrist Tendonitis)
      4. Ulnar Neuropathy of the thumb (Bowler's Thumb)
      5. Low Back Pain
    5. Boxing or Mixed Martial Arts
      1. Closed Head Injury or Concussion
      2. Facial Lacerations
      3. Shoulder Injury (e.g. Shoulder Dislocation)
      4. Extensor Tendon Sagittal Band Tear (Boxer's Knuckle)
      5. Finger Fracture
      6. Knee Injury (e.g. Ligamentous Injury)
      7. Toe Fracture
    6. Cheerleading
      1. Closed Head Injury or Concussion
      2. Ankle Injury
      3. Low Back Pain (e.g. Spondylolysis)
        1. See Adolescent Back Pain
    7. Football
      1. Closed Head Injury or Concussion
      2. Knee Injury (e.g. Ligamentous Injury, Meniscal tear)
    8. Golf
      1. See Golf Injuries
    9. Hockey
      1. Closed Head Injury or Concussion
      2. Ankle Injury (e.g. Ankle Sprain)
      3. Shoulder Injury (e.g. AC Joint Separation)
      4. Hamstring Strain
      5. Knee Injury (e.g. MCL Strain)
    10. Inline Skating
      1. See Inline Skating Injury
    11. Lacrosse
      1. Closed Head Injury or Concussion
      2. Ankle Injury (e.g. Ankle Sprain)
      3. Knee Injury (e.g. Ligamentous Injury)
      4. Rib Fracture or Contusion
    12. Running
      1. See Running Injury
    13. Scuba Diving
      1. See Scuba Diving Injury
    14. Soccer
      1. Knee Injury (e.g. Ligamentous Injury)
      2. Adductor Strain
      3. Ankle Sprain
    15. Swimming
      1. Shoulder Injury (e.g. Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy)
      2. Knee Injury (MCL Strain or Swimmer's Knee)
    16. Skiing
      1. See Downhill Skiing Injury or Snowboarding Injury
      2. See Nordic Skiing
      3. See Knee Injury in Downhill Skiing
    17. Surfing
      1. See Surfing Injury
    18. Tennis
      1. Ankle Injury (e.g. Ankle Sprain)
      2. Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
      3. Low Back Pain
      4. Patellar Tendonitis
    19. Wrestling
      1. Auricular Hematoma
      2. Facial Laceration
      3. Prepatellar Bursitis
      4. Knee Injury (e.g. Ligamentous Injury)
  7. References
    1. Amores (2021) Crit Dec Emerg Med 35(11): 19-24
    2. Dreis (2020) Crit Dec Emerg Med 34(7):3-21

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