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. These changes were dependent on race duration. The highest increase was noticed in the albuminuria and uNGAL. It is not clear if AKI markers can help to differentiate between functional and structural kidney injury. Pelvic Fracture and Low Bone Density in a Long Distance Cyclist With a History of

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Graeme L. Close, Craig Sale, Keith Baar and Stephane Bermon

. , Fataar , A.B. , Hough , S.F. , & Noakes , T.D. ( 1990 ). Low bone density is an etiologic factor for stress fractures in athletes . Annals of Internal Medicine, 113 , 754 – 759 . PubMed ID: 1978620 doi:10.7326/0003-4819-113-10-754 10.7326/0003-4819-113-10-754 Nattiv , A. , Loucks , A

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D. Enette Larson-Meyer, Kathleen Woolf and Louise Burke

volume (while in water) and other entrapped air spaces such as intestinal gas • Results influenced by athletes’ comfort and cooperation in water • Not supported in strength-trained athletes, those with low bone density, b and athletes of certain ethnicities Plethysmography (BOD POD): SEE = 1.8% d

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-31% (a deficit of 481kcal). Over a 6-month period daily energy intake was increased from 1621kcal to 2262kcal. Carbohydrate intake increased from 5.3 g/kg/bw to 6.9 g/kg/bw, protein 1.4 g/kg/bw to 3.1 g/kg/bw and fat was 0.8 g/kg/bw throughout the recorded period. Bone density T-Score increased (+2

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Susan Carter

.H. , 3rd . ( 1990 ). Menstrual history as a determinant of current bone density in young athletes . Journal of the American Medical Association, 263 ( 4 ), 545 – 548 . PubMed ID: 2294327 doi:10.1001/jama.1990.03440040084033 10.1001/jama.1990.03440040084033 Drinkwater , B.L. , Nilson , K