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Hamilton, Stephanie - - 2010
Rubenstein, David - - 2010
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Magenya, William - - 2010
Neri, Magano - - 2010
Egol, Kenneth - - 2010
Epstein, David - - 2010
The use of arthroscopic techniques for excision of the prepatellar bursa has become more common in recent years for the treatment of prepatellar bursitis. The current literature includes several case series that report few complications with this technique. We report the case of a 73-year-old male who sustained a low-energy ...
Min, William - - 2010
Various treatment options exist for distal radius fractures and the complications associated with operative and nonoperative management are well documented in the literature. While surgical management with the use of various buttress and locked plating constructs has gained popularity, the long-term outcomes of these plating techniques have not yet significantly ...
Chen, Tracy - - 2010
The clubfoot deformity associated with Weber type I tibial hemimelia, a rare congenital disorder, is rigid and difficult to correct. Surgeons have utilized a variety of treatment methods. Since the 1960s, some adopted the Syme amputation to produce a weightbearing lower limb. Others began to explore alternatives such as the ...
Samuels, Jonathan - - 2010
Fewer United States rheumatologists perform or utilize musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSUS) than those in Europe, though this disparity is narrowing. To document perceptions and use of MSUS in the U.S. rheumatology community, we sent an anonymous electronic survey to American College of Rheumatology (ACR) physicians and tailored versions to fellows and ...
McCormack, Richard - - 2010
The diagnostic and therapeutic modalities utilized in the management of pelvic ring fractures depend on patient characteristics, mechanism of injury, and hemodynamic status at the time of presentation. Knowledge of the complex anatomy and biomechanics of pelvic stability may guide appropriate initial management strategies. Even with the development of specific ...
Kwon, Young - - 2010
Reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (rTSA) implants are intended to restore stability and function to shoulders with rotator cuff deficiency. The implant consists of a glenosphere projecting from a glenoid baseplate and articulating in a socket at the proximal end of a humeral component. Despite the demonstrated clinical efficacy, little information ...
Cohn, Randy - - 2010
The role of aspirin in the prevention of heterotopic ossification (HO) following total hip arthroplasty (THA) has been debated. This retrospective comparative study assesses the results of 167 total hip arthroplasties (THAs) performed between August 1998 and April 2005 on 150 consecutive patients (17 bilaterals) who were 70 years of ...
Kummer, Frederick - - 2010
Background: Previous acoustic emission (AE) studies of the hip have proposed using AE for the diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions and assessing the clinical status (loosening, wear, etc.) of prostheses. However, these investigations have had problems with spurious signal noises or complicated measurement techniques, or both.
Min, William - - 2010
Fractures of the distal humerus can be difficult to treat due to the periarticular nature of these injuries and the complexity of the elbow joint. Although anatomic and timely repair of the distal humerus with meticulous handling of soft tissues and appropriate postoperative therapy all help to optimize results, an ...
DiPaola, Matthew - - 2010
Anterior glenohumeral instability complicated by bone loss is a challenging problem and, when severe, may require surgical treatment with bone grafting. We review our institution's experience with humeral head and glenoid bone grafting for large Hill-Sachs lesions and glenoid defects.
Traw, M. - - 2010
Tannins are plant chemicals that humans find useful in products as diverse as tea and leather. Why do plants produce these compounds? One possible answer is defense against pathogens and herbivores. In this series of laboratory exercises, student inquiry begins with a simple question: What happens to the multitude of ...
Lewis, William - - 2010
Paramecia have many benefits in a biology classroom. They provide educational opportunities for students to learn about protists. Viewing paramecia allows students to observe organelles such as contractile vacuoles, food vacuoles, oral grooves, trichocysts, and macronuclei. The organism can be cultured easily and inexpensively using a plastic food container, wheat ...
Morris, Amy - - 2010
Many biology students are drawn to medically oriented topics. This lab activity engages students with medical interests in botany. I find that students are interested in how plants can have medical applications, for example in pharmaceuticals. Several volatile oils of plants, such as thyme, oregano, tea tree, and black pepper ...
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