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  • CHANGES IN MUSCLE DAMAGE MARKERS IN FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS 

    Moreira, A.; Nosaka, K.; Nunes, J. A.; Viveiros, L.; Jamurtas, A. Z.; Aoki, M. S. (2014)
    The aim of the present study was to investigate changes in muscle soreness, blood muscle damage markers, muscle strength and agility following an official basketball match. Eleven elite female professional basketball players ...
  • Comparison between leg and arm eccentric exercises of the same relative intensity on indices of muscle damage 

    Jamurtas, A. Z.; Theocharis, V.; Tofas, T.; Tsiokanos, A.; Yfanti, C.; Paschalis, V.; Koutedakis, Y.; Nosaka, K. (2005)
    Many exercise models have demonstrated associations between eccentric muscle actions and muscle damage. However, the magnitude of muscle damage varies among the models. It appears that responses to eccentric exercise are ...
  • THE EFFECT OF A TRADITIONAL DANCE TRAINING PROGRAM ON THE PHYSICAL FITNESS OF ADULTS WITH HEARING LOSS 

    Tsimaras, V. K.; Kyriazis, D. A.; Christoulas, K. I.; Fotiadou, E. G.; Kokaridas, D. G.; Angelopoulou, N. A. (2010)
    Tsimaras, VK, Kyriazis, DA, Christoulas, KI, Fotiadou, EG, Kokaridas, DG, and Angelopoulou, NA. The effect of a traditional dance training program on the physical fitness of adults with hearing loss. J Strength Cond Res ...
  • Epidural bleeding after ACL reconstruction under regional anaesthesia: A case report 

    Roidis, N. T.; Poultsides, L. A.; Gougoulias, N. E.; Liakou, P. D.; Karachalios, T. S.; Malizos, K. N. (2009)
    Introduction: Epidural bleeding as a complication of catheterization or epidural catheter removal is often associated with perioperative thromboprophylaxis especially in adult reconstructive surgery. Case presentation: We ...
  • Fitness in contemporary dance: A systematic review 

    Angioi, M.; Metsios, G.; Koutedakis, Y.; Wyon, M. A. (2009)
    Has been suggested that dancers are less fit compared to other athletes. However, the majority of studies make their arguments based on data deriving mainly from ballet. Therefore, the aim of the current review was to ...
  • Induced Collagen Cross-Links Enhance Cartilage Integration 

    Athens, A. A.; Makris, E. A.; Hu, J. C. (2013)
    Articular cartilage does not integrate due primarily to a scarcity of cross-links and viable cells at the interface. The objective of this study was to test the hypothesis that lysyl-oxidase, a metalloenzyme that forms ...