The role of Actovegin in muscle injuries

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Lee, Paul Yuh Feng;
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Muscle injuries are one of the most common sports related injuries. An\ud audit published by The Football Association (FA) in 2004, suggested that 12%\ud of all injuries were hamstring injuries, which are 2.5 times more common than\ud quadriceps injuries (Woods et al., ... View more
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