Prof. Dr. Mehmet S. Binnet
Heat Stress and Football
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Cartilage injuries and management
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4th UEFA Medical Symposium
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Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation
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Acute Traumatic Hemarthrosis Of The Knee
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Heat Stress and Football

Football is the most popular sport in the world and is played by all kinds of people, regardless of their age, gender or physical condition. The physical aspects of football have been studied...

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ICRS 2013 - 11th World Congress

Over 100 faculty and 700 delegates from all over the globe were educated in a mixture of plenary sessions, special focus sessions, free paper sessions, poster viewing and workshops.

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Meniscus Transplantation

The meniscus is an important structure for the maintance of normal joint function and the prevention of cartilage degeneration.

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Cartilage injuries and management

It is important for footballer, like other professional athletes, to have a life after their playing careers that is not marred by injury. Thankfully, helth professionals can help protect these players' musculoskeletal health so that they can enjoy...

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4th UEFA Medical Symposium

The first thing to record about the 4th UEFA Symposium, staged at he Conrad Hotel in Istanbul on the final days of November, was that it was a prime example of Turkish hospitality - starting with the welcomes by UEFA's first...

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Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation

Sadly, there is no shortage of fooftball players who are forced to hang up their boots due to some kind of cartilage damage in their joints - especially in their knees, where bones have a large contact area and strong forces applied...

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Acute Traumatic Hemarthrosis Of The Knee. UEFA Medicine Matters; 9:7-8.

The knee is the most important joint for the career of the football player whose injuries play a determinant role in the quality of life . When the studies about football injuries were reviewed it is seen that knee and ankle injuries are much...

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