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Common causes of sudden cardiac death in the pediatric population include hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and anomalous coronary arteries [1]. Rarer causes are Commotio cordis and Brugada syndrome, where ventricular fibrillation is likely to occur [1]. The type of sport also significantly affects the epidemiology of pediatric sports injury. For males, most injuries occur in football, and for females most injuries occur in soccer [1].

Softball and basketball are also sports in which a high number of female athletes get injured. Most foot and toe injuries occur in taekwondo [1]. Most ankle injuries occur in volleyball, track and field, basketball, soccer, cheer, and lacrosse [1].

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Most upper extremity injuries occur in throwing sports or in activities where one must catch themselves, such as judo, gymnastics, baseball, and snowboarding [1]. Facial injuries often occur in martial arts and in hockey [1]. Cervical and spinal injuries occur most frequently in contact sports like wrestling and football [1].

Sports concussion in pediatrics occur at an alarming rate in the U. A recent study showed that the incidence rate for concussions across 12 high school sports as. Boys football had an incidence rate of. Lincoln et al also showed that concussion rates increased 4.

While the incidence rate may seem low at. According to one study, only Experiencing a concussion makes one three times more likely to experience a subsequent concussion in the same season. This form has sections that look for loss of consciousness, amnesia, seizures, cognition, sleep and other important factors to keep track of when an athlete experiences a concussion. The decision to take the athlete out of the game or to sideline the athlete for multiple games is an important decision to make.

Loss of consciousness and amnesia are both indicators to withhold the athlete from play for the remainder of the game and the rest of the day. If the athlete has had three mild concussions or more in one season, that athlete should be sidelined for the remainder of the season. In addition, if the athlete has post-concussion symptoms for more than three months, a full neuropsychological evaluation should be administered. According to Armstrong et al one important metabolic change includes the size of muscle fibers. As one ages, they begin to lose muscle mass and the metabolism decreases in activity.

Around the third decade, muscle density, and bone mass begin to decrease. Body fat is also redistributed inward and it can begin to infiltrate muscle and organs, especially if a person is sedentary. American Journal of Sports Medicine 1 Knee Surgery of Sports Traumathology Arthroscopy 4 British Journal of Sports Medicine 12 British Journal of Sports Medicine 6 American Journal of Sports Medicine 2 American Journal of Sports Medicine 10 Br J Sports Med 7 Radiology 3 European Radiology Published online Feb British Journal of Sports Medicine 2 Scand J Med Sci Sports 3 Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2 Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 4 Am J Sports Med 6 Am J Sports Med 2 American Journal of Sports Medicine 6 Knee Published online May Orthop J Sports Med 3 Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports — Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc — Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 5 Orthopeadic Journal of Sports Medicine 12 American Journal of Sports Medicine [Epub ahead of print].

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Her research interests include clubfoot deformity, limb reconstruction, and trauma.

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She specializes in pediatric spine surgery, limb deformity surgery, clubfoot, neuromuscular conditions, and pediatric orthopaedic trauma. Her research interests include pediatric spine deformity, trauma and musculoskeletal infection. Her specific clinical and research interests include pediatric hip conditions Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, developmental dysplasia , neuromuscular conditions, gait analysis and acute pediatric orthopaedic conditions, such as fractures and musculoskeletal infection.

She specializes in pediatric spine, hip, and lower extremity disorders, and pediatric trauma.

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Her research program focuses on pediatric spinal deformity, including treatment of early onset scoliosis, pediatric orthopaedic trauma, and musculoskeletal infection. She is dual fellowship-trained in pediatrics and musculoskeletal oncology and specializes in pediatric trauma and benign and malignant tumors. Her research interests are in fracture management, musculoskeletal infections, benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors, vascular malformations, access to health care, and patient quality-of-life.

Louis, Missouri. He takes care of patients at both St.

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He specializes in complex limb deformity and limb lengthening, pediatric foot deformity, pediatric hip conditions and pediatric fractures of upper and lower extremities. He has research interest in complex limb deformity and pediatric musculoskeletal trauma. He specializes in conditions of the spine in children and young adults including spine deformity, congenital and traumatic deformities of the limb, neuromuscular conditions, and pediatric trauma and infection. His primary research interests include spine deformity, trauma, and musculoskeletal infection. He specializes in pediatric orthopedic traumatology, scoliosis and general pediatric orthopaedics.

His research interests include pediatric trauma, scoliosis, and systems-based process improvements to facilitate research.

He specializes in pediatric orthopedic traumatology, pediatric and adolescent foot deformity, and lower extremity deformity. His research interests include pediatric trauma, pediatric foot conditions, and orthopedic education. Rickert treats all general pediatric orthopedic conditions, with a special interest in lower extremity deformity and trauma in children, adolescents, and young adults. Scott B.

He specializes in pediatric orthopedics and trauma, hip disorders, scoliosis and sports medicine. She then completed her Orthopedic Surgery residency at the University of Colorado, where she discovered her passion for pediatric orthopedics and orthopedic trauma. Her current practice at Colorado Children's Hospital focuses on pediatric orthopedic trauma and the treatment of musculoskeletal infections.

He is a surgeon-scientist dedicated to caring for children with orthopaedic trauma, infection and hip conditions, educating future surgeon-scientists, and conducting high impact translational research.