SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

Article References

CUNHA, Ronaldo Alves da; DIAS, Andreia Natacha; SANTOS, Marcelo Bannwart  and  LOPES, Alexandre Dias. Estudo comparativo de dois protocolos de exercícios excêntricos sobre a dor e a função do joelho em atletas com tendinopatia patelar: estudo controlado e aleatorizado. Rev Bras Med Esporte [online]. 2012, vol.18, n.3, pp. 167-170. ISSN 1517-8692.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1517-86922012000300006.

    1. Cook JL, Kiss ZS, Khan KM, Purdam CR, Webster KE. Anthropometry, physical performance, and ultrasound patellar tendon abnormality in elite junior basketball players: a cross-sectional study. Br J Sports Med 2004;38:206-9. [ Links ]

    2. Cook JL, Khan KM. What is the most appropriate treatment for patellar tendinopathy? Br J Sports Med 2001;35:291-4. [ Links ]

    3. Cook JL, Khan KM, Harcourt PR, Kiss ZS, Fehrmann MW, Griffiths L, et al. Patellar tendon ultrasonography in asymptomatic active athletes reveals hypoechoic regions: a study of 320 tendons. Victorian Institute of Sport Tendon Study Group. Clin J Sport Med 1998;8:73-7. [ Links ]

    4. Blazina ME, Kerlan RK, Jobe FW, Carter VS, Carlson GJ. Jumper's knee. Orthop Clin North Am 1973;4:665-78. [ Links ]

    5. Riley G. The pathogenesis of tendinopathy. A molecular perspective. Rheumatology (Oxford) 2004;43:131-42. [ Links ]

    6. Kjaer M. The treatment of overuse injuries in sports. Scand J Med Sci Sports 2001;11:195-6. [ Links ]

    7. Gisslen K, Alfredson H. Neovascularisation and pain in jumper's knee: a prospective clinical and sonographic study in elite junior volleyball players. Br J Sports Med 2005;39:423-8; discussion -8. [ Links ]

    8. Cook JL, Malliaras P, De Luca J, Ptasznik R, Morris M. Vascularity and pain in the patellar tendon of adult jumping athletes: a 5 month longitudinal study. Br J Sports Med 2005;39:458-61; discussion -61. [ Links ]

    9. Alfredson H. The chronic painful Achilles and patellar tendon: research on basic biology and treatment. Scand J Med Sci Sports 2005;15:252-9. [ Links ]

    10. Khan KM, Cook JL, Maffulli N, Kannus P. Where is the pain coming from in tendinopathy? It may be biochemical, not only structural, in origin. Br J Sports Med 2000;34:81-3. [ Links ]

    11. Alfredson H, Forsgren S, Thorsen K, Lorentzon R. In vivo microdialysis and immunohistochemical analyses of tendon tissue demonstrated high amounts of free glutamate and glutamate NMDAR1 receptors, but no signs of inflammation, in Jumper's knee. J Orthop Res 2001;19:881-6. [ Links ]

    12. Hamilton B, Purdam C. Patellar tendinosis as an adaptive process: a new hypothesis. Br J Sports Med 2004;38:758-61. [ Links ]

    13. Khan KM, Maffulli N, Coleman BD, Cook JL, Taunton JE. Patellar tendinopathy: some aspects of basic science and clinical management. Br J Sports Med 1998;32:346-55. [ Links ]

    14. Rees JD, Maffulli N, Cook J. Management of tendinopathy. Am J Sports Med 2009;37:1855-67. [ Links ]

    15. Wasielewski NJ, Kotsko KM. Does eccentric exercise reduce pain and improve strength in physically active adults with symptomatic lower extremity tendinosis? A systematic review. J Athl Train 2007;42:409-21. [ Links ]

    16. Purdam CR, Jonsson P, Alfredson H, Lorentzon R, Cook JL, Khan KM. A pilot study of the eccentric decline squat in the management of painful chronic patellar tendinopathy. Br J Sports Med 2004;38:395-7. [ Links ]

    17. Cannell LJ, Taunton JE, Clement DB, Smith C, Khan KM. A randomised clinical trial of the efficacy of drop squats or leg extension/leg curl exercises to treat clinically diagnosed jumper's knee in athletes: pilot study. Br J Sports Med 2001;35:60-4. [ Links ]

    18. Young MA, Cook JL, Purdam CR, Kiss ZS, Alfredson H. Eccentric decline squat protocol offers superior results at 12 months compared with traditional eccentric protocol for patellar tendinopathy in volleyball players. Br J Sports Med 2005;39:102-5. [ Links ]

    19. Alfredson H, Ohberg L. Sclerosing injections to areas of neo-vascularisation reduce pain in chronic Achilles tendinopathy: a double-blind randomised controlled trial. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2005;13:338-44. [ Links ]

    20. Rees JD, Wolman RL, Wilson A. Eccentric exercises; why do they work, what are the problems and how can we improve them? Br J Sports Med 2009;43:242-6. [ Links ]

    21. Stanish WD, Rubinovich RM, Curwin S. Eccentric exercise in chronic tendinitis. Clin Orthop Relat Res 1986;65-8. [ Links ]

    22. Visentini PJ, Khan KM, Cook JL, Kiss ZS, Harcourt PR, Wark JD. The VISA score: an index of severity of symptoms in patients with jumper's knee (patellar tendinosis). Victorian Institute of Sport Tendon Study Group. J Sci Med Sport 1998;1:22-8. [ Links ]

    23. Flandry F, Hunt JP, Terry GC, Hughston JC. Analysis of subjective knee complaints using visual analog scales. Am J Sports Med 1991;19:112-8. [ Links ]

    24. Visnes H, Hoksrud A, Cook J, Bahr R. No effect of eccentric training on jumper's knee in volleyball players during the competitive season: a randomized clinical trial. Clin J Sport Med 2005;15:227-34. [ Links ]

    25. Stasinopoulos D, Stasinopoulos I. Comparison of effects of exercise programme, pulsed ultrasound and transverse friction in the treatment of chronic patellar tendinopathy. Clin Rehabil 2004;18:347-52. [ Links ]