2008 - Volume 17

Volume 17-1, Spring 2008

Editorial – C. Lowry Barnes, MD; Riyaz H. Jinnah, MD An Introduction to Tribology – James A. Norris, MS; Kathryne J. Stabile, MD, MS; and Riyaz H. Jinnah, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase Tribology is the study of friction, wear, lubrication mechanisms, and their interrelationships. Biotribiology focuses on understanding […]

2007 - Volume 16

Volume 16-4, Winter 2007

Letters to the Editor Influence of a Platelet Concentrate on Prosthetic Bone Ingrowth in a Rabbit Model — Christopher D. Chaput, MD; Kushal V. Patel, BA; George W. Brindley, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase Recent studies have shown that an increase in bone ingrowth by addition of osteogenic growth […]

2007 - Volume 16

Volume 16-3, Fall 2007

Opinion — Pseudoscientific Explanations — David Ring, MD, PhD, and Madeline McCarthy, BA Abstract | Download | Purchase Humans have learned to use science to overcome shortcomings in their thought processes. These shortcomings can be more obvious in intelligent people. As any good magician can tell you, smart people are […]

2007 - Volume 16

Volume 16-2, Summer 2007

Letters to the Editor Wrist Arthroscopy — George D. Chloros, MD, Jian Shen, MD, Mahir Mahirogullari, MD, and Ethan R. Wiesler, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase Wrist arthroscopy allows complete visualization under magnification, and its purpose is to establish an anatomic diagnosis and, if feasible, provide treatment for the […]

2007 - Volume 16

Volume 16-1, Spring 2007

A Survey of Orthopaedic Traumatologists Concerning the Use of Bone Growth Stimulators — Robert D. Zura, MD; Beau Sasser, MD; Vani Sabesan, MD; Ricardo P. Abstract | Download | Purchase The purpose of the study was to determine the attitudes of members of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) concerning the […]

2006 - Volume 15

Volume 15-4, Winter 2006

Award Abstract From Clinical Pathways to CPOE: Challenges and Opportunities in Standardization and Computerization of Postoperative Orders for Total Joint Replacement — Thomas H. Vikoren, MD, R. Clayton Musser, MD, James E. Tcheng, MD, and James A. Nunley, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase Clinical pathways, or caremaps, have become key […]

2006 - Volume 15

Volume 15-3, Fall 2006

Letters to the Editor SOA SYMPOSIUM ON ROTATOR CUFF INJURIES – Introduction Conservative Treatment of Rotator Cuff Injuries – Jeffrey R. Bytomski, DO; Douglass Black, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, LAT Abstract | Download | Purchase Across all ages and activity levels, rotator cuff injuries are one of the most common […]

2006 - Volume 15

Volume 15-2, Summer 2006

Incidence of Hip Dysplasia in Idiopathic Clubfoot – Brian T. Carney, MD; Edward A. Vanek, DO Abstract | Download | Purchase There is reported to be no increased risk for developmental dysplasia of the hip in children with idiopathic clubfoot. The purpose of this study was to determine the incidence […]

2006 - Volume 15

Volume 15-1, Spring 2006

Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Fractures in Children: Femoral Shaft Fractures and Supracondylar Humeral Fractures – Rishi Bhatnagar, BS; Nneka I. Nzegwu, BA Abstract | Download | Purchase Femoral shaft fractures and supracondylar elbow fractures are two of the most common major pediatric injuries managed by the general orthopedic surgeon. […]

2005 - Volume 14

Volume 14-4, Winter 2005

Letter to the Editor Measurement Variability of the Lateral Head-Shaft Angle in Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis – Brian T. Carney, MD; Joseph Liljenquist, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase The lateral head-shaft angle as described by Southwick is used to assess the severity of slipped capital femoral epiphysis and to […]

2005 - Volume 14

Volume 14-3, Fall 2005

Compartment Syndrome: Time From Diagnosis to Fasciotomy — Brett M. Cascio, MD; Dhruv B. Pateder, MD; John H. Wilckens, MD; Frank J. Frassica, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase A definitive safe time to fasciotomy for compartment syndrome has not been established. Therefore, the records of 28 patients who had […]

2005 - Volume 14

Volume 14-2, Summer 2005

Letter to the Editor PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS – Professionalism: The Essence of Competence — John D. Lubahn, MD Introduction | Download | Purchase Professionalism is a reflection of ethical and moral conduct in the practice of medicine. Most young physicians still learn professionalism by observing senior physicians functioning as role models […]

2005 - Volume 14

Volume 14-1, Spring 2005

Golf Injuries of the Upper Extremity — Ethan R. Wiesler, MD, and Boyd Lumsden, MD Abstract | Download | Purchase Golf has demonstrated increasing popularity and with this heightened enthusiasm has come an increased awareness of the significant number of injuries associated with playing golf. While back injuries represent the […]

2004 - Volume 13

Volume 13-4, Winter 2004

Mechanical Bone Strength of the Tibial Resection Surface at Increasing Distance From the Joint Line in Total Knee Arthroplasty — Christopher D. Chaput, MD; Steve H. Weeden, MD, William A. Hyman, SCD, and Kirby D. Hitt, MD Abstract | Download  | Purchase Few articles have addressed the bone strength of […]

2004 - Volume 13

Volume 13-3, Fall 2004

Editorial — Changing Ethical Standards in Scientific Publication — Richard A. Brand,MD; James D. Heckman, MD; James Scott, FRCS Hip Fracture and Venous Thromboembolism in the Elderly — Louis M. Kwong, MD Abstract | Download  | Purchase Venous thromboembolism (VTE), a highly prevalent vascular disorder, is frequently clinically silent, and […]

2004 - Volume 13

Volume 13-2, Summer 2004

Gas Gangrene and Necrotizing Fasciitis in the Upper Extremity — Betsy N. Perry, MD; Waldo E. Floyd III, MD Abstract | Download  | Purchase Necrotizing soft tissue infections encompass a wide variety of clinical syndromes resulting from introduction of various pathogens into injured or devitalized tissue. The extent of microbial […]

Back To Top