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PMID: 15297126] Diaz JA et al: Severe quadriceps muscle contusions in athletes. A report of three cases. Am J Sports Med 2003;31(2):289. [PMID: 12642267] Avulsions About the Pelvis Essentials of Diagnosis • Avulsion injuries in adults involve tendinous origins. • Equivalent injuries in the skeletally immature patient involve the apophyses. • Common sites include the ischium, AIIS, ASIS, greater and lesser trochanters, iliac crest, and pubis. • Most injuries occur from an eccentric muscle contraction.
The mechanism of injury varies with the specific site of injury. For example, an avulsion of the ischium occurs from knee extension and hip flexion. Activities that classically result in these injuries include water skiing and running the hurdles. An avulsion of the AIIS occurs from eccentric hip extension or resistance against forceful flexion of the hip. This may occur with sprinting or kicking. An avulsion of the ASIS may occur from eccentric hip and knee extension. The athletes complain of pain at the specific site of injury with direct contact and with use of the avulsed muscleâ tendon unit.
In addition, wearing other pads, such as shoulder pads, is less likely to result in a contusion to another player. The surface of play can also be a significant factor in injury. For example, although there are no data to support the assertion that fewer contusions occur on natural grass than on artificial turf, this seems to be a commonly held assumption. Clinical Findings A. Symptoms Each sport and each specific site of injury differs in precise history, but all injuries share the common theme of direct trauma.
Current Diagnosis & Treatment in Sports Medicine by Patrick McMahon