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Stephanie DeLuca, M.D.

Concepts (34)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
High-Energy Shock Waves22022360.980 Why?
Fasciitis, Plantar12021310.770 Why?
Tendinopathy220221440.350 Why?
Running220214740.290 Why?
Iliotibial Band Syndrome1202150.210 Why?
Musculoskeletal System120221750.180 Why?
Shoulder Pain120211450.180 Why?
Achilles Tendon120211460.170 Why?
Platelet-Rich Plasma120211760.160 Why?
Musculoskeletal Diseases120215780.130 Why?
Athletes1202110820.120 Why?
Osteoarthritis1202110230.110 Why?
Military Personnel1202111060.110 Why?
Osteoporosis1202115780.100 Why?
Activities of Daily Living1202124020.100 Why?
Athletic Injuries1202111500.100 Why?
Schools3202114060.080 Why?
Dietary Supplements1202132760.080 Why?
Retrospective Studies52021762000.050 Why?
Prevalence32021151250.050 Why?
Treatment Outcome32021625010.050 Why?
New England1202110150.040 Why?
Cross-Sectional Studies32021245980.040 Why?
Self Report1202134840.020 Why?
Humans720227369400.020 Why?
Adolescent32021852250.020 Why?
Bone Density1202134610.020 Why?
Middle Aged120212131150.020 Why?
Adult120212132830.020 Why?
Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic1202197570.020 Why?
Child22021767000.010 Why?
Male320213490250.010 Why?
Female320213785100.010 Why?
Prospective Studies12021528060.010 Why?
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.