Chantelle Doran's research while affiliated with University of Cambridge and other places

Publications (3)

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Introduction Young adult hip pain is increasingly recognized as an early warning sign for development of debilitating arthritis later in life. Two common causes for young adult hip pain are femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and dysplasia. Yet, no universal referral pathway exists in the UK for young patients experiencing hip pain. Our aim was to i...
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Background Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) has been extensively investigated and is strongly associated with athletic participation. Purpose To assess (1) the prevalence of cam-type FAI across various sports; (2) whether kinematic variation among sports influences hip morphology; and (3) whether performance level, duration, and frequency of par...
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Objective A higher prevalence of cam morphology has been reported in the athletic population but the development of the cam morphology is not fully understood. The purpose of this systematic review is to establish the timing of development of the cam morphology in athletes, the proximal femoral morphologies associated with its development, and othe...

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... This fits with findings of increased prevalence of cam morphology in high impact sports of previous studies. 61 For female athletes, the joint impact categories had similar risks of THA. We had fewer female athletes included and they were younger than the male athletes, and the results of subanalyses (ie, joint impact categories) could give different results with a longer follow-up. ...