Medical Articles

The Head Cut in Boxing

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Dr. Calvin H. Inalsingh M.B.,Ch.B University of Aberdeen Dip. Sports Medicine During the course of a boxing onslaught, a ...

Sports Training in the preparation of a boxer

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As far as boxing is concerned it has also experienced many changes, and the most important ones are those ...

Death in the Ring

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This topic comes to me as the result of some restlessness I get in Light of the numerous deaths ...

Nutritional advice to aid recovery after exercise

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In order to provide relevant recommendations to aid recovery, it is important to understand the basic physiology of exercise, ...

Boxing, a safe sport

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The safety features outlined in this article are confined to amateur boxing. Many of us have heard the sport ...

Weigh – in time for the boxer

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Dr. Calvin H. Inalsingh M.B.,Ch.B University of Aberdeen Dip. Sports Medicine The taking of a boxer’s weight before a ...

The detection of newer classes of drugs requires blood samples

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Is this an invasion of personal liberty? by Dr Raymond Monsell M.D. Cardiff Wales U.K. Medical officer to the ...

Dehydratation and weight loss in boxers

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    The English 8th Marquess of Queensbury Rules were initiated in 1865 to improve the safety of boxing, ...

Brain Imaging in Boxing

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Cavum Septum Pellucidum       Computerized axial scanning has revolutionized the practice of medicine, in particular the study ...

Female Boxing

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    We have seen the break through of fairer sex in what used to be a male dominated ...

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