OPEN Journal of athletic training | 30 Apr 2020
SM Davi, AS Lepley, CR Denegar, LJ DiStefano, CM Edgar and LK Lepley
After knee-joint injury, pain, effusion, and mechanoreceptor damage alter afferent signaling, which can result in quadriceps inhibition and subsequent weakness. The individual contributions of each factor to inhibition remain unclear due to confounding knee-joint injuries and indirect experimental models.
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