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1 BIBLIOGRAFIA Alter M.J. Science of flexibility. Ed Human Kinetics. Champaign Ill., 1996 Bisciotti G.N. Il corpo in movimento. Edizioni Corrrere. Milano, Bosco C. La Forza Muscolare aspetti fisiologici ed applicazioni pratiche, Società stampa sportiva Roma, Kapandji I.A.: Fisiologia articolare. Monduzzi Editore, edizione 2002 Kurz T. Stretching Scientifically: A guide to flexibility training. Island Pond Stadion Ed., M. Marchetti P. Pillastrini: Neurofisiologia del movimento Piccin I. Palmer: On the injury of the knee ligaments ST of S 1958 STUDI SCIENTIFICI Adachi N, Ochi M, Uchio Y, Iwasa J, Kuriwaka M, Ito Y. Reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. Single- versus double-bundle multistranded hamstring tendons. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2004;86: Akeson W.H., Amiel D., Woo S. Immobility effects on synovial joints: The pathomechanism of joint contracture. Biorheology. 17(1): , 1980 Anderson AF, Snyder RB, Lipscomb AB. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. A prospective randomized study of three surgical methods. Am J Sports Med. 2001; 29: Anderson B. The perfect pre-run stretching routine. Runners Word. 13(5): 56-61, 1978 Anderson. S., Stener. B: Experimental evaluation of the hypothesis of ligamento-muscular protective reflexes. A study in cats using medial collateral ligament of the knee joint. Acta. Physiol. Scand ; 48 (suppl 166) : Armstrong RB. Initial events in exercise induced muscular injury. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 22: , Barrack RL, SkinnerHB, Buckley SL. Proprioception in the anterior cruciate deficient knee. Am J Sports Med 1989;17:1-6. Beard. J.J., Kyberd.P.J., O Connor J.J, Fegusson. C.M., Dodd. C.A. : Reflex hamstring contraction latency in anterior cruciate ligament deficiency. J. Orthop. Res ; 12 : Bencke J. et al.: &laqno; Motor pattern of the knee joint muscles during side-step-cutting in European team handball. Influence on muscolar co-ordination after an intervention study». Scand. J. Med. Sci Sports 2000 Apr; 10 (2): Bisciotti G.N., Bertocco R., Gaudino C., Iodice P.P. Insulto traumatico e deficit elastico muscolare. Sport e Medicina. 6:35-39, Bonamo J.J., Fay C., Firestone T.: The conservative treatment of the anterior cruciate deficient knee. Am J Sports Med, : Bosco C., New tests for the measurement of anaerobic capacity in jumping and leg extensor muscle elasticity, Volleyball New Edition n.1, 1981, Roma. Bosco C. Nuovo metodo di valutazione dell esercizio dinamico. 1 International Isokinetic Congress. Siena Maggio, abstract book, pag.9, Bosco C; Viitasalo J T; Komi P V; Luhtanen P Combined effect of elastic energy and myoelectrical potentiation during stretch-shortening cycle exercise. Acta physiologica Scandinavica 1982;114(4): Bosco C., Belli A., Astrua M., Tihanyi J., Pozzo R., Kellis S., Tsarpela O., Foti C., Manno R., Tranquilli C. A dynamometer for evaluation of dynamic muscle work. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 70 : , Buss D.D., Min R., Skyhar M., Galinat B., Warren R.F., Wickiewicz T.L.: Non operative treatment of acute anterior cruciate ligament injuries in a selected group of patients. Am J Sports Med., 1995; 3(2): Campbell K.S., Lakie M. A cross-bridge mechanism can explain the thixotropic short-range elastic component of relaxed frog skeletal muscle. J Physiol 1(510): , 1998 Cascio B.M., Culp L., Gosgarae A.J.: return to play after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Clin Sports Med., Jul 2004; 23(3):

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