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This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract We report a case of a year-old boy presenting with radial nerve palsy due to injury during a tug-of-war game.
Patient was managed nonoperatively and regained radial nerve function. Tug-of-war is a globally popular noncontact sport.
Injuries during this game are inevitable and may range from simple sprains to life and limb threatening trauma. Combined hip and knee injuries and soft-tissue injuries involving the back are most frequent. Most injuries occur when tug-of-war was played in an informal setting and where the tug-of-war International Federation rules were less likely to be followed.
Measures should be taken to increase the awareness about these safety rules and prevention of consequent injuries. Sports physicians, pediatricians, orthopedic surgeons, general physicians, and athletic trainers should be aware of potential injuries resulting from this game while caring for these athletes, so as to be well prepared for apt management of the injuries associated with TOW.
Introduction Tug-of-war TOW is a globally played sport and involves professional and amateur athletes from both genders and almost all age groups [ 12 ]. Like any other sport, injuries during this game are inevitable.
However, there is scarcity of medical literature discussing patterns and biomechanics of injuries sustained during TOW. Here, we report a case of radial nerve palsy in a child who was playing TOW recreationally. Review of literature for all other TOW-related injuries reported to date is also presented.
To the best of our knowledge, no such review focusing on injuries related to this popular sport has been performed earlier. Case Report A year-old right-handed boy was brought in by his mother for complaint of weakness of right forearm and wrist immediately after participating in a recreational tug-of-war game.
There was no history of direct trauma or fall; however, the patient did report forceful pulling of the TOW rope with three twists applied to his right upper arm.
On examination, his vitals were stable and radial pulse was palpable; however, he was unable to actively extend the right wrist Figure 1.
There were no open wounds on the right upper extremity; however, there was a circumferential contusion mark on the lower third of the right upper arm Figure 2. Systemic examination revealed no additional findings.
Patient was put in a functional wrist brace and was started on nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug with physical therapy.Tug-of-War between two elastically coupled molecular motors: a case study on force generation and force balance.
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