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La physiologie de la hanche et du genou : facteur de risque pour le syndrome de l’Essuie-glace chez le coureur de fond ?

Abstract : Background: The return to sport is one of the predominant objectives of the sports patients after a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament. Literature mentions many criteria how to make RTS a key objective and when to allow RTS. However, iterative injuries even new injuries still occur and several athletes fail to return to their sport at the previous level. Other factors such as psychological factors have therefore been studied for the past ten years to see if these impact RTS. The ACL-RSI scale assesses this impact for RTS after ACL rupture. Objective: The objective of this literature review is to find out whether the score on the ACL-RSI scale can predict RTS. Methods: After extensive research of PubMed, Cochrane, Kinedoc and Google Scolar databases, four articles were included in this review. The studies are a longitudinal prospective cohort study, two retrospective cohort studies, a cross-sectional study. The patients are male or female athletic patients at different levels who have had a first ACL reconstruction. Results: The outcome being the RTS all the articles highlight in their results the resumption of sport (previous or not) compared to the score obtained on the scale. Calculation of effect size could not be performed for the two articles not exhibiting RR or OR. Thus, the association between return to a certain sport and scale score could be analyzed for only two articles. Conclusion: Although studies show that a high score is notable among subjects who have returned to a sport (or even the previous sport at the same level) or an association between a scale score and a return to sport, the numerous biases and limits of these studies do not make it possible to state with certainty as to the predictive value of the scale score for the resumption of sport.
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Nasrine Mokeddem. La physiologie de la hanche et du genou : facteur de risque pour le syndrome de l’Essuie-glace chez le coureur de fond ?. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03358058⟩



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