December 2013

Orthopaedic Surgery
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1. Kebaish KM, Martin CT, O'Brien JR, LaMotta IE, Voros GD, Belkoff SM. Use of vertebroplasty to prevent proximal junctional fractures in adult deformity surgery: a biomechanical cadaveric study. Spine J. 2013;Epub ahead of print, Oct 4 (DOI: 10.1016/j.spinee.2013.06.039)
Key words: proximal junctional failure, vertebral compression fracture, long spinal fusion, vertebroplasty, complications, biomechanical

PMID: 24094714

2. McFarland EG, Maffulli N, Del Buono A, Murrell GAC, Garzon-Muvdi J, Petersen SA. Impingement is not impingement: the case for calling it "Rotator Cuff Disease". Muscles Ligaments Tendons J. 2013;3(3):196-200.
Key words: acromioplasty; impingement; rotator cuff; shoulder; tendinopathy surgery; treatment

no PMID available

3. Sponseller PD, Jain A, Shah SA, Samdani A, Yaszay B, Newton PO, Thaxton LM, Bastrom TP, Marks MC. Deep wound infections after spinal fusion in children with cerebral palsy: a prospective cohort study. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2013 Nov 1;38(23):2023-7.
Key words: cerebral palsy , spine deformity , infection , neuromuscular, risk factors
PMID: 23963019

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