HSS Orthopaedic Annual Report 2011-2012

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A Message from the Surgeon-in-Chief

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Making a World of Difference

dult Reconstruction and A Joint Replacement Division Hip Service Knee Service Surgical Arthritis Service 11

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Foot and Ankle Service

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Hand and Upper Extremity Service

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imb Lengthening and L Complex Reconstruction Service

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around the world in many ways

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Orthopaedic Trauma Service

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Pediatric Orthopaedic Service

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Scoliosis Service

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Spine Service

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Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service

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Department of Biomechanics

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Professional Staff

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Affiliations

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ndowed Chairs, Professorships, E and Fellowships

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2011-2012 Notable Achievements

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2011-2012 Selected Publications

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epartment of Orthopaedic Surgery D 2011-2012 Graduating Residents and Fellows

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2011-2012 Annual Report

On the cover: Hospital for Special Surgery makes its name in the international arena in more ways than one. (From the top) Dr. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, Chief of the Scoliosis Service, with children served by the hospital he founded in Ghana; Dr. Thomas Sculco, Surgeon-inChief, at the 2011 Sixth International Congress of the Chinese Orthopaedic Association; and Dr. Scott Rodeo, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, and John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS, Clinical Supervisor, HSS Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Center, at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.


Hospital for Special Surgery 535 East 70th Street New York, NY 10021 212.606.1000 www.hss.edu

Contents

2

A Message from the Surgeon-in-Chief

6

Making a World of Difference

dult Reconstruction and A Joint Replacement Division Hip Service Knee Service Surgical Arthritis Service 11

14

Foot and Ankle Service

15

Hand and Upper Extremity Service

16

imb Lengthening and L Complex Reconstruction Service

17 Metabolic Bone Disease/ Musculoskeletal Oncology Service

around the world in many ways

18

Orthopaedic Trauma Service

19

Pediatric Orthopaedic Service

20

Scoliosis Service

21

Spine Service

22

Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service

24

Department of Biomechanics

26

Professional Staff

27

Affiliations

28

ndowed Chairs, Professorships, E and Fellowships

29

2011-2012 Notable Achievements

36

2011-2012 Selected Publications

54

epartment of Orthopaedic Surgery D 2011-2012 Graduating Residents and Fellows

56 Department of Orthopaedic Surgery – Contact Information

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

2011-2012 Annual Report

On the cover: Hospital for Special Surgery makes its name in the international arena in more ways than one. (From the top) Dr. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, Chief of the Scoliosis Service, with children served by the hospital he founded in Ghana; Dr. Thomas Sculco, Surgeon-inChief, at the 2011 Sixth International Congress of the Chinese Orthopaedic Association; and Dr. Scott Rodeo, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, and John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS, Clinical Supervisor, HSS Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Center, at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.



a message from the surgeon-in-chief Thomas P. Sculco, MD In 2011-2012, the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery realized significant achievements on a number of fronts. Indeed, the reach of the Department’s expertise has expanded to the far corners of the world, drawing on the clinical, academic, and scientific initiatives developed by our Service chiefs and their teams. A Priority on Patient Care Over the past four years, the Hospital’s patient volume has grown more than 36 percent and, in 2011, our orthopaedic surgeons performed nearly 26,000 surgical procedures, including more than 4,100 hip surgeries and 3,900 knee replacements. For the third year in a row, HSS was the only hospital in New York with an infection rate significantly lower than the state average for hip replacement or revision surgeries, according to the 2010 report released in September 2011 by the New York State Department of Health. Outpatient visits exceeded 218,000. To accommodate the Hospital’s burgeoning growth, we recruited new surgeons in arthroplasty, foot and ankle, orthopaedic trauma, pediatrics, and spine, bringing the total orthopaedic surgeon faculty complement to 103. In addition, the Department includes six primary care sports medicine physicians. The extraordinary skill of our nursing staff contributes to the outstanding outcomes of our patients. In 2011, HSS became the first hospital in New York State to achieve its third consecutive designation as a Magnet hospital – the gold standard for nursing excellence – by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The Hospital has maintained Magnet status since 2002. Each redesignation is regarded to be much more difficult to achieve than the last, making this a truly exceptional accomplishment – one that speaks to the Hospital’s continual efforts to improve patient care. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 2011 Patient Care Volume

l 13,274 Total Inpatient Surgeries l 12,338 Total Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 25,612* Total Patient Visits: 218,381 * Surgical volume does not include surgeries performed by HSS orthopaedic surgeons at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell and New York Hospital Queens

Our patient satisfaction scores continue to validate our efforts to provide expert care with heightened attention to quality and safety. Over the last four years, inpatient satisfaction scores on “likelihood to recommend” to others have been in the 99th percentile compared to other Magnet hospitals in the national Press Ganey database. We are extremely proud of this distinction. To optimize the management of surgical patients whose comorbidities may increase their operative risk, the Hospital has established a new Perioperative Medicine Division under the direction of Linda A. Russell, MD, a rheumatologist at HSS since 1994. Building on a longstanding protocol of providing preoperative evaluations on site of patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery in order to facilitate the best possible surgical outcomes, Dr. Russell and her colleagues are establishing guidelines for perioperative care, including those related to patients with diabetes and cardiac issues. The priorities of the Division include improving communication among key services involved in the treatment of surgical patients and addressing quality, safety, and continuity of care issues – from preoperative medical assessments to postoperative follow-up. Keeping pace with the growing demand for our services requires a continual focus on the Hospital’s physical plant. In September 2011, we opened three new patient floors and two new inpatient operating rooms.

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Our surgeons perform 2,500 orthopaedic surgeries for children and adolescents per year, and last year, young patients made nearly 18,000 visits to HSS pediatric rehabilitation therapists. In fall 2011, HSS celebrated the opening of its 7,000-squarefoot, state-of-the-art CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center, improving access to pediatric rehabilitation services for surgical patients and children in the community. The new Center, which is double the size of the former facility and will accommodate more than 30,000 patient visits annually, is the first stage of the new Alfred and Norma Lerner Children’s Pavilion, a hospital-within-a-hospital that will open later this year.

Steven R. Goldring, MD, is named the first Richard L. Menschel Research Chair.

2011 also marked Special Surgery’s first expansion beyond the New York area with the establishment of HSS Spine & Sport located in Jupiter, Florida. This center, which brings the same high level of rehabilitation services and patient care available at the Hospital to South Florida, was a direct response to demand by patients and physicians. Specializing in nonoperative and postsurgical care, HSS Spine & Sport encompasses professionals in the fields of spine, orthopaedics, sports rehabilitation, massage therapy, and performance training. Scientific Significance The Hospital’s Research Division, under Steven R. Goldring, MD, has flourished. Its current research portfolio totals $21 million, including $15.4 million in federal funding. I am pleased to report that Dr. Goldring was named the first Richard L. Menschel Research Chair at the Hospital. This chair, which was established by a $5 million gift from an anonymous donor, honors Mr. Menschel, Chairman Emeritus of HSS. Mr. Menschel has been a vital proponent of the Hospital’s focus on research, and the gift permanently endows the position of the Hospital’s Chief Scientific Officer. A strong advocate of the physician-scientist, Dr. Goldring has led HSS into a new era of clinical and translational research. In addition to the recruitment of talented scientists in the areas of arthritis and tissue degeneration, autoimmunity and inflammation, musculoskeletal integrity, and tissue engineering, regeneration and repair, Dr. Goldring has established major research objectives focused on translating basic research into new therapies for people with mobility disorders. He is also expanding the Hospital’s clinical patient registries. To date, the Hospital maintains 43 active registries with an enrollment of some 84,000 patients. Outcomes data from these registries will allow our scientists and physicians to better understand musculoskeletal diseases and conditions and ultimately help improve the standard of care.

HSS opened its first office outside of the New York region in Jupiter, Florida – HSS Spine & Sport – which offers rehabilitative care to patients residing in South Florida.

More than 350 clinicians, clinical investigators, and basic scientists across the Department of Orthopaedics, the Division of Rheumatology, and the Research Division at HSS are addressing osteoarthritis (OA) on some level. The Hospital’s Osteoarthritis Initiative – a multidisciplinary effort that aims to achieve advances in understanding, preventing, diagnosing, and treating OA through collaboration among specialties – is well underway. In 2011, HSS hosted an international summit – Frontiers in OA Research, Prevention, and Care – led by Dr. Goldring and Timothy M. Wright, PhD, Director, Department of Biomechanics. The summit drew a multidisciplinary group of scientific leaders from around the world who shared current research, opportunities for future investigations, the newest diagnostic tools and treatment, public health strategies, and information on prevention. Topics ranged from cell and molecular biology studies, to biomechanics, epidemiology research, and clinical trials. Among

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the recommendations of the Summit’s participants is a proposal to develop a classification tree that identifies OA as spontaneous or induced, and further classifies the disease based on symptoms, associated bone structural abnormalities, cartilage and related joint tissue abnormalities, and stage of disease progression. The Hospital recently created an Integrated Osteoarthritis Diagnostic, Treatment, and Research Program – funded in part by a major gift from the Starr Foundation – to advance investigations leading to a greater understanding of this multifactorial disease and to pilot a comprehensive clinical care program that provides integrated, evidence-based surgical and nonoperative care. The family of the late Mary and Fred Trump provided generous funding to establish the Mary and Fred Trump Institute for Implant Analysis at Hospital for Special Surgery. The new Institute invigorates the science of joint reconstruction and enables us to accelerate patient-oriented research to enhance the mobility and quality of life for countless current and future joint replacement patients. Hospital for Special Surgery, in a coalition with Weill Cornell Medical College, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Mathematica Policy Research, has received the distinguished Team Science Award from the Association for Clinical Research Training, American Federation for Medical Research, Association for Patient Oriented Research, and Society for Clinical and Translational Science. The award recognizes the team’s research in perioperative epidemiology, including the incidence, risk factors, trends of morbidity and mortality, and outcomes associated with different orthopaedic surgical approaches and anesthetic techniques.

In the Mary and Fred Trump Institute for Implant Analysis, Timothy M. Wright, PhD, and his colleagues evaluate retrieved implants to help establish the mechanical performance of new implant designs and to determine the influence of patient characteristics and surgical variations.

Educational Endeavors In 2011, HSS received more than 600 residency applications, the most in the Hospital’s history. From this highly competitive group, we select just eight residents. The class of 2016 represents such prestigious medical schools as Harvard Medical School, Washington University School of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College, and University of Virginia. Our orthopaedic fellowship program is currently training 40 fellows in all our subspecialties. We also have international clinical fellows from countries including Greece, Germany, and China. This year, the Hospital created a House Staff Quality Council, a resident- and fellow-led initiative to look at ways to improve care at HSS. In addition, it was an active year for research with the awarding of five grants to our residents and resident research presentations at seven national professional forums. We are also pleased that one of our residents was appointed to the ACGME Residency Review Committee for Orthopaedic Surgery. Our residents and fellows benefit from an environment that offers advanced surgical technology and a number of specialized training resources. One such example is the Hospital’s Bioskills Education Laboratory, which now offers a surgical simulation program to augment the curriculum for PGY-1 and PGY-2 residents. For the third consecutive year, our female orthopaedic surgeons and residents participated in the Perry Initiative, a mentoring program that encourages young high school women to explore the field of orthopaedic surgery and engineering.

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All of our orthopaedic surgeons are on the faculty of our esteemed affiliate, Weill Cornell Medical College, and we continue to foster close academic and scientific partnerships. In December 2011, Antonio M. Gotto, Jr., MD, DPhil, stepped down as Dean and now serves as Co-Chairman of the Board of Overseers for the Medical College. On January 1, 2012, Laurie H. Glimcher, MD, one of the nation’s leading physician-scientists, succeeded Dr. Gotto as the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell. Dr. Glimcher previously served as a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and directed one of the top immunology programs in the world. She is the daughter of Melvin Glimcher, an emeritus member of the HSS Board of Trustees.

Laurie H. Glimcher, MD, new Dean of Weill Cornell Medical College

New and Noteworthy Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD, has been named to the Presidential line of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Dr. Hannafin will be the first woman to be honored as President of this influential society and joins Russell F. Warren, MD, and Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD, who are Past Presidents. Chitranjan S. Ranawat, MD, has been named President-Elect of The Hip Society. Laura Robbins, DSW, Senior Vice President of Education and Academic Affairs and Associate Scientist at HSS, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP), a division of the American College of Rheumatology. The award, which is ARHP’s highest honor, recognizes Dr. Robbins for a career demonstrating a sustained and lasting contribution to the field of rheumatology and rheumatology health professionals. Joseph A. Feinberg, MD, an accomplished physiatrist and electrophysiologist, was named Chief of the Hospital’s Department of Physiatry, a key collaborator with our department in the nonoperative care of the orthopaedic patient. Dr. Feinberg, who is also Co-Medical Director of the Center for Brachial Plexus and Traumatic Nerve Injury, most recently served as Director of the EMG Laboratory at HSS. Influencing Orthopaedics Here and Abroad In 2012, U.S.News & World Report again named Hospital for Special Surgery the No. 1 hospital in the country for orthopaedics in its 2012-13 “Best Hospitals” issue. We will continue our commitment to sharing the Hospital’s expertise in musculoskeletal health – whether here or abroad – to improve the lives of patients, advance the skills of physicians, and develop domestic and international collaborations that will serve as a conduit of best practices and outstanding outcomes the world over. As we make plans to celebrate the Hospital’s 150th anniversary in 2013, we are committed to building on our success, advancing cutting-edge research, and developing innovative approaches to diagnosis and treatment – all of which reinforces our standing as a global leader in the field.

Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD, will assume the presidency of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine – the first woman to receive this honor.

Today, with links to countries in nearly every continent, the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery pursues partnerships that span clinical practice, educational programs, and research initiatives. On the pages that follow, you will learn about a number of our current endeavors that illustrate the Hospital’s ever-expanding role in orthopaedics worldwide.

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When Thomas P. Sculco, MD, Surgeon-in-Chief, completed his orthopaedic residency training at Hospital for Special Surgery, he traveled throughout Europe for a year, studying the management of rheumatoid arthritis and reconstructive joint surgery in Finland, England, Switzerland, Germany, and Italy. “Looking at medicine from a global perspective is very important in a surgeon’s training,” says Dr. Sculco. “The experience exposes you to different treatment approaches, and you take the best of what you learn and incorporate that into your own clinical care and teaching.” Dr. Sculco’s post-residency sojourn continues to inform his world view as leader of the number 1 ranked orthopaedic hospital in America. The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at HSS is committed to globally sharing its expertise in musculoskeletal health. With links to countries in nearly every continent, the Department pursues partnerships and collaborations that span educational endeavors, clinical practice, and research initiatives. “The reach of HSS is continually expanding, and today the Hospital has a significant presence in Europe, South America, and China, with new international collaborations and relationships under development,” says Dr. Sculco. “Part of our mission is to take the best practices in patient care that we have developed here and disseminate this information to centers throughout the world. We also feel it is our responsibility to educate physicians from overseas who can go back to their countries to lead or develop programs in orthopaedics.” Engaging in International Collaborations Six years after its founding by Dr. Sculco, the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers (ISOC) has become a driving force in the effort to improve orthopaedic care on a global scale. This coalition of the major orthopaedic specialty hospitals in the world encompasses a multifacted mission: to promote scientific, clinical, and educational collaborations; to improve the quality of patient care through sharing of clinical pathways and treatments; to enhance academic programs; and to share operational measures to help sustain major orthopaedic programs.

Participants gather for the 2011 ISOC meeting held at Clinica Alemana in Chile. “Today ISOC has 17 centers on four continents,” says Dr. Thomas Sculco. “Every 18 months we come together in a host country to share our common experiences and bring our expertise to bear on issues facing the field.”

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Since its inaugural meeting of orthopaedic leaders held in New York in 2007, ISOC has expanded its purview to engage chief executive officers in the dialogue. According to Dr. Sculco, as the Society’s agendas have developed over the years, it became clear that many of the goals of the clinicians intersected with those of hospital leadership. At the 2010 meeting in Bologna, Italy, CEOs from member centers joined their physician colleagues to explore solutions to administrative challenges related to patient care, volume growth, and costs. In 2011, ISOC established an annual six-month travelling fellowship program, naming Saseendar Shanmugasundaram, MD, a trauma fellow and junior consultant in the Department of Orthopaedics at Medical Trust Hospital in Kerala, India, as its first recipient. Dr. Shanmugasundaram spent the first two months of his fellowship at HSS, shadowing Mathias P. Bostrom, MD, Director of the Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. “I received good experience in total hip and total knee replacement and revision arthroplasty,” says Dr. Shanmugasundaram. “Accompanying Dr. Bostrom at outpatient clinics and assisting in the operating theater were very useful. With such a large caseload of arthroplasty patients, I was able to gain much more exposure than


was ever available in my earlier training.” After two months at Special Surgery, Dr. Shanmugasundaram traveled to Schulthess Klinik in Zurich, completing the fellowship at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, Middlesex, U.K. “It was valuable to work with a number of surgeons in arthroplasty and other subspecialties of orthopaedics,” adds Dr. Shanmugasundaram. “I was able to observe different approaches for similar cases, and I studied the latest techniques each center used in managing difficult cases. It was a unique opportunity – one that could only be provided by the ISOC fellowship.” Today, Dr. Shanmugasundaram is incorporating his recent training as an assistant officer in the American College and Hospital operated by the government of Pondicherry, India, where treatment is free for patients and where there is a dearth of arthroplasty surgeons. Nearly 7,000 miles from Special Surgery’s home in New York City, another productive collaboration has been taking place in Beijing, China, with the Chinese Orthopaedic Association (COA).

ISOC fellow Dr. Saseendar Shanmugasundaram spent two months at HSS, under Dr. Mathias Bostrom’s guidance, with a focused training on joint replacement surgery.

With a registered membership of more than 30,000 orthopaedic surgeons, the COA is the largest and most influential orthopaedic society in China. In 2010, HSS surgeons and bioengineers, along with surgeons from China led by Wang Yan, MD, incoming President of the COA, held a two-day SINO-HSS Symposium on Total Knee Arthroplasty. “It was fascinating,” says Timothy M. Wright, PhD, Director of Biomechanics, who participated in the planning of the program. “Our colleagues in China told us that the workshop was incredibly enriching because we focused on the indications for knee replacement, how we do knee replacements at HSS, and design issues to be considered in choosing a knee replacement.” The success of this workshop led to an invitation by Dr. Yan to HSS to develop a more expansive program for the organization’s Sixth International Congress in 2011. Drs. Sculco, Bostrom, and Wright, with Joseph Lipman, MS, Director, Device Development, planned and conducted the program, which focused on designs and techniques for primary and revision total knee replacement. The program drew a

A Grand Opening in Ghana “Becoming a healer was a dream I grew up with and giving back was my mission,” says Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, MD, Chief of the Scoliosis Service at Hospital for Special Surgery, and founder and President of the Foundation of Orthopedics and Complex Spine (FOCOS). Dr. Boachie spoke these words at the recent grand opening ceremony of the new 50-bed specialty FOCOS Orthopaedic Hospital, which provides comprehensive orthopaedic and rehabilitative services for adults and children in Ghana, Africa. For Dr. Boachie, who was born in Kumasi, Ghana, and immigrated to the United States in 1972, it was a dream come true. “FOCOS’s

mission is to provide affordable orthopaedic care to those who would not otherwise have access to such treatment,” explains Dr. Boachie. “The patients we treat both surgically and nonsurgically have disabling musculoskeletal disorders, including complex spine deformities and pediatric orthopaedic problems.” “As a world leader in musculoskeletal medicine, HSS is committed to national as well as international outreach,” says Louis A. Shapiro, President and Chief Executive Officer, Hospital for Special Surgery. “We are proud to have supported Dr. Boachie in his efforts to make the FOCOS Orthopaedic Hospital a reality.”

Located on 10 acres in Accra, Ghana, the FOCOS Orthopaedic Hospital is accredited to operate both inpatient and outpatient departments.

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standing-room-only audience of some 400. Planning is now underway for a similar course on hip replacement to be held at the 2012 Congress, and through the efforts of Dr. Bostrom, HSS is working to further formalize educational relationships with the establishment of the HSS-China Educational Exchange. Most recently, the Hospital partnered with Amil Par, a large managed healthcare organization in Brazil, in advance of the opening of its new orthopaedic center, Hospitalys, in Rio de Janeiro – the host city for the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It is a perfect pairing of expertise, especially in the area of sports medicine. Scott A. Rodeo, MD, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, has previously served as team physician for U.S.A. Olympic Swimming in 2004 and 2008, and returned to this position in London for the 2012 Olympic Games. João Alves Grangeiro, MD, will be the Medical Director for the 2016 Olympics. Dr. Rodeo will work with Dr. Grangeiro on educational programs for the professional community who treat Olympic athletes. This past year, Hospital for Special Surgery hosted an international osteoarthritis summit to discuss the latest information in diagnosis, treatment, research, and prevention, bringing together a multidisciplinary group of physicians, scientists, and industry leaders from the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. “Public health data indicate that the prevalence, impact, and economic consequences of osteoarthritis are expected to rise dramatically within the next several decades. Clearly, understanding and preventing this disease is an urgent research challenge,” says Steven R. Goldring, MD, Chief Scientific Officer at HSS and co-director of the conference.

Drs. Thomas Sculco (top photo), Timothy Wright (middle photo), and Mathias Bostrom with Dr. Wang Yan, President of COA (bottom photo), played key roles at the 2011 Chinese Orthopaedic Association annual meeting held in Beijing. It was the first time that the COA gathered orthopaedic experts from around the world to create a Chinacentered platform for international cooperation.

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Orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, scientists, and biomechanical engineers, as well as representatives of pharmaceutical, device, and insurance industries, were among the event’s 35 speakers. “Our goal was to develop a consensus document on future directions for OA research, prevention, and treatment,” says Dr. Wright, who co-directed the event with Dr. Goldring. “Among the conclusions drawn from the summit is that the current classification system for osteoarthritis is inadequate. A classification tree was proposed that identifies osteoarthritis as spontaneous or induced, and further classifies the disease based on symptoms, associated bone structural abnormalities, cartilage and related joint tissue abnormalities, and stage of disease progression.” [Consensus statements and analysis from the summit have been published in a series of papers in the HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery, Volume 8, Issue 1.] Improving Implants on a Global Scale In 2011, the Hospital’s Center for Musculoskeletal Outcomes and Patient Oriented Research was selected by the FDA to facilitate the development of a joint arthroplasty registry network that would provide data across national and international boundaries. A key initiative of the Center is the formation of an International Consortium of Orthopaedic Registries (ICOR). Through HSS leadership, ICOR is creating a registry network to integrate data from international total joint arthroplasty registers to provide a worldwide view of orthopaedic patient outcomes and to compare differences among treatment options. According to Dr. Wright, ICOR complements other international cooperative efforts to foster networking and communication among those involved in the many arthroplasty registers throughout the world.


Hospital for Special Surgery’s bioengineers and colleagues in China are collaborating on the development of a total knee replacement system that addresses anatomical and functional requirements of the East Asian population. “While there are only slight variations between Caucasians and Asians in the anatomy of the knee, there are innovative refinements in a total knee prosthesis that we can recommend to improve clinical outcomes,” says Dr. Wright. Harnessing the resources of the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers, HSS is also spearheading the development of a framework for implant retrieval analysis and working to establish common terminology for defining and reporting complications, including infections around joint replacements. Sharing Expertise Worldwide Whether here in New York or as far away as Australia, HSS orthopaedic surgeons are training their counterparts from other countries in proven approaches and the latest surgical treatments for musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. Opportunities abound for overseas physicians to come to HSS for short-term observerships, residency and fellowship training, and to attend topic-focused conferences and symposiums. An annual international fellowship position is available in joint replacement surgery through the Stavros Niarchos Foundation – Thomas P. Sculco, MD International Orthopaedic Fellowship for a physician from Greece. In addition, the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service offers an annual fellowship for an international physician. At the same time, Hospital faculty are frequently invited to provide training, deliver presentations, and even conduct surgery, at centers throughout the world. “I’ve always found it very interesting that the people who come to HSS for advanced fellowship study tend to be the crème de la crème and really make a sacrifice to travel here,” says Dr. Sculco. “They are driven to excel and want to go back to their countries to be the best in the field.” Each year, at the Hospital’s alumni meeting, a former international fellow is presented with the Pier Giorgio Marchetti, MD, Award for International Achievement. Dr. Marchetti, who trained at HSS some 50 years ago and was the first recipient of the award in 2010, went

Behind the Scenes at the Olympic Games preparation with attention to all of the As spectators in the stands at the 2012 numerous details that make the difference Summer Olympics watched the U.S. swim between a great athlete and an Olympic team win medal after medal, Scott A. champion,” says Dr. Rodeo, Chair of Rodeo, MD, kept a close eye not only on the USA Swimming Sports Medicine the performance of team members, but Committee and U.S. Olympic Team also on their physical well-being. As a Physician, in a recent blog from London. former competitive swimmer, Dr. Rodeo, This is Dr. Rodeo’s third Olympics as a Co-Chief of the HSS Sports Medicine and team physician. Shoulder Service, well understands the years of dedication and sacrifice athletes During the recent games, Dr. Rodeo make to reach this level of competition. attended to a number of issues with the “Performances like these are built on U.S. team. He has treated hand fractures years of solid conditioning and intense

John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS, and Dr. Scott Rodeo at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games

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on to direct the Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Bologna, one of the largest orthopaedic programs in Italy. In 2011, the award was presented to Michael Soudry, MD, who came to HSS in 1983 for a knee fellowship under the late John N. Insall, MD. He is now the Chair of the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology and Director of the Department of Orthopaedics at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel. “I well remember Dr. Philip Wilson’s [HSS Surgeon-in-Chief Emeritus] expectation that all fellows must continue to teach and become leaders in their fields,” says Dr. Soudry, who notes that fulfilling this goal has been one of his greatest accomplishments.

(Top photo) Dr. Michael Soudry, who leads orthopaedic surgery at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel, received the second annual Pier Giorgio Marchetti, MD, Award for International Achievement. A fellow in the class of ’83, Dr. Soudry, shown here with Colleen O’Shea, MPA, Manager of Alumni Affairs, returned to HSS for a one-week observership in August 2011. (Bottom photo) Dr. William Walter, Jr. (standing, second from right), an international alumni ambassador for HSS, served as a mentor to HSS resident Dr. Michael Cross (standing, right) during a travel elective to Mater Hospital in Australia.

An Educational Exchange In 2012, Hospital for Special Surgery is launching a unique educational initiative with China that will enable physicians and trainees throughout the country to benefit from the Hospital’s specialized expertise and vast resources in orthopaedic surgery. Coordinated by Dr. Mathias Bostrom at HSS and Dr. Xu Yang from Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital, one of the top-ranked hospitals in China, the Hospital for Special SurgeryChina Orthopaedic Educational Exchange will provide opportunities tailored to various training levels. One component, the Orthopaedic Senior Observation Program, is a 10 | Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

A select number of international fellows continue to extend their relationship with HSS as alumni ambassadors. Through the Hospital’s International Alumni Ambassador Program, former fellows – now practicing throughout the world – help to further the goals of the Hospital. As ambassadors, they represent HSS to the international medical community and identify opportunities for clinical, education, and research partnerships abroad. Among the eight physicians filling this role is William L. Walter, Jr., MBBS, PhD, who completed his fellowship in adult reconstruction and joint replacement surgery at HSS in 2003. A native Australian, Dr. Walter practices at Mater Hospital in Crows Nest, New South Wales. “The HSS fellowship offered me exposure to a broad experience in arthroplasty surgery with a strong emphasis on research,” says Dr. Walter. “I was already enrolled in a PhD program studying retrieval analysis of hip bearings at the University of New South Wales and was able to do a year of my PhD in New York under the supervision of Timothy Wright. It was great being able to spend a year at HSS and meet the people who defined the field of arthroplasty surgery. I was able to question so many of the fundamental ‘truths’ in our craft by asking the people who had defined those truths because they either worked at HSS or I came across them at meetings because they are part of the extended family.” “International physicians who have trained at Special Surgery have served as presidents of their national organizations and direct university-based orthopaedic programs in Italy, Israel, Germany, Taiwan, and all over the globe,” says Dr. Sculco. “They take a little of HSS with them, which hopefully makes what they do better.”

six-month program for physicians who have completed 10 years of training. During their visit to HSS, (Center) Laura Robbins, DSW, Senior Vice President, these physicians will observe Education and Academic Affairs, and Louis A. Shapiro, surgeries and clinical practice in a President and Chief Executive Officer, HSS, meet with particular specialty; attend Grand representatives of Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital to discuss Rounds, educational conferences, and the educational exchange program. research lab meetings; and participate Medical and undergraduate students and in the Bioskills Education Lab. The physicians may participate in the Hospital’s Orthopaedic Residency Observation Program is designed for those who are midway through Academic Visitor Program. During the monthlong program, visitors will be assigned to a their specialization training. They, too, physician at HSS who will bring them into the will participate in the same observational OR and their clinical practice for observation. programs offered to senior physicians.


Adult Reconstruction AND JOINT REPLACEMENT Division

The Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Division is composed of the Hip Service, Knee Service, and Surgical Arthritis Service. In 2011, the Division’s 20 full-time surgeons performed some 8,200 surgeries. In September 2012, the Division welcomed Seth A. Jerabek, MD. Dr. Jerabek completed his orthopaedic residency at Harvard, a fellowship in adult reconstruction at HSS, and a sports medicine fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. In 2013, Michael Cross, MD, who recently completed his orthopaedic residency at HSS, and is now pursuing a fellowship in adult reconstruction at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, will join the Division as a clinician-scientist in August 2013.

Douglas E. Padgett, MD Chief, Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Division Chief, Hip Service

Among the achievements and key initiatives of the past year were a blood management program, a new pain service approach, and a wound management program.

Michael M. Alexiades, MD Friedrich Boettner, MD Mathias P. Bostrom, MD Robert L. Buly, MD Charles N. Cornell, MD Alejandro González Della Valle, MD Allan E. Inglis, Jr., MD Seth A. Jerabek, MD David J. Mayman, MD Bryan J. Nestor, MD Michael L. Parks, MD Paul M. Pellicci, MD Amar S. Ranawat, MD Chitranjan S. Ranawat, MD Eduardo A. Salvati, MD Thomas P. Sculco, MD Edwin P. Su, MD Geoffrey H. Westrich, MD Philip D. Wilson, Jr., MD (Emeritus) Russell E. Windsor, MD

Under the leadership of Friedrich Boettner, MD, the Division has implemented protocols to help reduce blood loss in total knee replacement surgery and is critically reviewing the management of blood donations in patients undergoing hip replacement surgery and their likelihood of needing a blood transfusion. Since October 2009, the Blood Preservation Center has enrolled over 1,200 patients. In September 2010, the HSS Recuperative Pain Service launched a pilot program with the Division to extend treatment of non-routine pain management issues beyond the inpatient recuperative pain service. In 2011, this expanded pain management program continued to grow with nurse practitioners, under the supervision of Vladimir N. Kramskiy, MD, a specialist in chronic pain, providing 186 inpatient consults, 60 outpatient consults, and 396 follow-up phone calls. Amar S. Ranawat, MD, in collaboration with the Hospital’s Department of Nursing, has led the development of a protocol for the management of postoperative wound drainage in adult patients who undergo joint replacement. The protocol – which promotes effective postoperative wound care accomplished through nursing assessment, ongoing observation, and application of appropriate nursing care – facilitates timely patient discharge and decreases the risk for infection. In 2011, members of the Division continued to receive federal grants for research, including two National Institutes of Health R01 grants. Dr. Bostrom was awarded a $1.5 million grant to study mechanisms of bone integration in joint replacement surgery; Mark P. Figgie, MD, along with Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD, and Timothy M. Wright, PhD, were awarded nearly $1.2 million to investigate the biomechanical, patient, and surgical factors that affect the performance of elbow replacements. Last year, the Division held its fourth annual research retreat focusing on six key areas: partial knee replacement, perioperative processes, bone restoration, registries/ outcomes, osteoarthritis, and osteolysis.

Steven B. Haas, MD Chief, Knee Service Mark P. Figgie, MD Chief, Surgical Arthritis Service

2011 Surgical Volume

l 7,595 Inpatient Surgeries l 615 Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 8,210 Total Patient Visits: 44,877

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 In June 2011, presented a number of educational programs in Beijing, China, including topics on the development of arthroplasty in the United States; improving

outcomes in total hip  Presentations on longterm results of a rotating replacement; skills platform posterior of an arthroplasty stabilized total knee surgeon; as well as live replacement design teleconferences of a total and the “inside-out” hip replacement and hip revision surgeries

technique for correcting varus deformity with flexion contracture during total knee arthroplasty at the September 2011 Société

Internationale de Chirurgie Orthopédique et de Traumatologie in Prague

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Douglas E. Padgett, MD Chief, Hip Service

Steven B. Haas, MD Chief, Knee Service

Mark P. Figgie, MD Chief, Surgical Arthritis Service

The Total Joint Replacement Registry, established in 2002 with three surgeons, now numbers nearly 40,000 patients with participation from 18 surgeons. This robust registry enables the Division’s faculty to evaluate outcomes of implants and procedures in order to improve surgical results and guide the future of joint replacement surgery.

2011 Total Hip Replacements

l 3,335 Primary Total Hip Replacements l 461 Revision Total Hip Replacements l 388 Hip Resurfacing Procedures

HSS orthopaedic surgeons perform almost four times more total hip replacement surgeries than any other institution in New York State – with more than 4,100 procedures performed in 2011. For the third consecutive year, Hospital for Special Surgery was the only hospital in New York State with an infection rate that is significantly lower than the state average for hip replacement or revision surgeries as reported in the most recent New York State Department of Health report on hospital infection rates. To determine if a fast-track pathway for total hip replacement (THR) with the goal of a two-day discharge is safe and effective compared to the traditional pathway, the Division contrasted 149 patients undergoing unilateral, uncomplicated THR enrolled in an accelerated postoperative pathway with 134 patients enrolled in the traditional pathway. At one year, there were no differences in complications, readmissions, or reoperations between the two patient groups, and the average length of stay decreased from 4.1 to 2.6 days. The Division’s surgeons are also exploring the use of robotic-guided navigation to help improve the outcomes of total hip arthroplasty, especially in terms of mechanical complications. Robotic-guided navigation provides quantitative data to enable a precise placement of the cup and stem, as well as acetabular bone preparation, thereby providing more predictable and reproducible results.

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program, educational  Faculty members invited around the world for video conferencing, and a variety of purposes, HSS-sponsored academic including performing programs held in China surgery and holding case discussions at

Southwest Hospital in China; co-chairing a hip resurfacing course in Belgium; presenting a master lecture on hip preservation at Istituto

Ortopedico Gaetano Pini in Italy; and as presidential guest speaker at the 2011 British Hip Society meeting, to name a few


Computer-assisted technology is also being applied to total knee replacement surgery, in particular to improve the accuracy and precision of the tibial resection. A cadaveric study was conducted to determine the accuracy and time associated with the use of an accelerometer-based, extramedullary surgical navigation system for performing the tibial resection. Results showed that utilization of this system enables the surgeon to accurately align the tibial resection in both the coronal and sagittal planes, and there is currently an ongoing patient study to determine if it improves results. The Hospital’s 40-year-old Surgical Arthritis Service brings together orthopaedic surgeons and rheumatologists to provide multidisciplinary care for patients with inflammatory rheumatic diseases. These patients present with some of the most complex conditions, and the outcomes of their surgical management is influenced by many factors associated with their disease. They are frequently at high risk for renal, pulmonary, cardiac, and other complications that require careful scrutiny throughout the perioperative period. At HSS, physicians and surgeons work closely together to identify the unique problems confronted in the care of these complex patients and develop a treatment plan to decrease the likelihood of perioperative complications, such as cardiac ischemia and arrhythmias, renal functional impairment, pulmonary decompensation, thromboembolic events, and wound infection. In 2011, HSS researchers reported on their study of anti-TNF medications used to treat a variety of inflammatory diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, and how to better time the withdrawal of these medications prior to knee replacement surgery to minimize the risk of disease flares. Investigators analyzed self-reported flares within one month of surgery as well as six-month adverse events, including surgical site infection, pulmonary embolism, deep venous thrombosis, re-operations, and infections such as pneumonia. They found no statistically significant difference in adverse events between patients who received anti-TNFs and those who did not. This information can help patients avoid inflammatory flares in the perioperative period.

2011 Total Knee Replacements*

l 3,658 Primary Total Knee Replacements, bilateral and unilateral l 329 Revision Total Knee Replacements * Includes knee replacement surgeries performed by the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service

Last year, the Surgical Arthritis Service conducted grand rounds focusing on the collaborative management of patients with ankylosing spondylitis (AS), including a preoperative multisystem evaluation, in order to improve patient outcomes. Participants learned of appropriate alternate treatments for heterotropic ossification, including Indocin therapy or radiation post-arthroplasty, in patients with AS, and the importance of preferential operating sequencing. The Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Fellowship Program continues to be strengthened under the leadership of Mathias P. Bostrom, MD, with nearly 120 applicants from the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and around the world for eight positions in the 2013-2014 academic year. In 2011-2012, the Division’s faculty were well-represented at six national meetings and gave some 99 presentations at these and other venues. In addition, they published over 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals.

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 Educational endeavors in 2011 included the 23rd Annual Holiday Total Knee Course, featuring 32 faculty from around the country and the world

 Along with the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, HSS co-hosted an educational symposium for more than 100 participants on joint preserving and

minimally invasive  Participated in October 2011 meeting in surgery of the hip, Medellin, Columbia, drawing on the expertise with a wide range of of hip specialists and presentations that other professionals from included cementing around the world technique in total knee

replacement; pain control in total joint replacement; and a 10-year follow-up of a rotating platform posterior stabilized total knee arthroplasty

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Foot and Ankle Service

The Foot and Ankle Service, with nine orthopaedic surgeons and one podiatrist, is the largest of its kind in the country providing specialized surgical and nonoperative expertise for fractures and dislocations, osteochondral lesions, sports injuries, ligament failure, adult flat foot deformity, and bunions and toe deformities. The Foot and Ankle Service performs over 2,000 surgeries each year, including endoscopic and minimally invasive techniques, reconstruction of foot and ankle deformities, Achilles tendon repair, and total ankle replacement.

Jonathan T. Deland, MD Chief Walther H. O. Bohne, MD Mark C. Drakos, MD Andrew J. Elliott, MD Scott J. Ellis, MD John G. Kennedy, MD David S. Levine, MD Martin J. O’Malley, MD Matthew M. Roberts, MD Harvey Strauss, DPM, FACFAS

2011 Patient Care Volume

l 438 Inpatient Surgeries l 1,544 Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 1,982 Total Patient Visits: 18,712

In 201l, the Service welcomed Mark C. Drakos, MD, and Harvey Strauss, DPM, to the staff. The recruitment of Dr. Strauss, a specialist in geriatric, diabetic, and arthritic foot and ankle conditions, will enable the Service to grow and develop its nonoperative component. Members of the Service continue to play key roles in the development and refinement of techniques to address challenging disorders of the foot and ankle, including a new total ankle replacement due out this year. A focal point of foot and ankle research at HSS is the Service-wide registry – a web-based, customized patient database that captures demographic and questionnaire data for every new patient. Supported by the Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation, the registry has 100 percent participation by Service members and, as of the end of 2011, more than 32,330 patients have been enrolled. Currently, some 20 research studies are underway using registry data. In 2011, the Foot and Ankle Service received a $7.5 million pledge from a grateful patient to help fund foot and ankle research over the next 10 years. With the support of this generous gift, the Service will expand its research activities, including the development of a gait simulator that will enable sophisticated biomechanical testing to study, develop, and improve operative procedures. The Foot and Ankle Service continues to provide fellows with the clinical knowledge and research skills necessary for a successful career in academic orthopaedics or private practice. Fellows are exposed to all aspects of foot and ankle care, participate in clinical and basic science research, and gain in-depth surgical experience. Foot and Ankle fellow Haydee Brown, MD, was awarded the opportunity to present a podium presentation on the potential for biological ligament repair at the 2012 Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting. In September 2011, the Service held the Rose Honorary Lecture in Foot and Ankle, presented by Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD, Chief, Foot and Ankle Service at Washington University Orthopaedics. Dr. Johnson spoke about current approaches to ankle arthritis. The lecture was followed by a one-day CME course on updates in foot and ankle attended by 85 participants.

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the Service organized an International Congress on Cartilage Repair of the Ankle with 25 renowned surgeons and scientists from the United States, Europe, Asia, and

Australia; event took place in Dublin, Ireland, in March 2012 for participants from 35 countries worldwide

 Hosted year-long visitors from abroad, including two surgeons from Thailand

 Developing a new treatment for arthritis of the big toe joint, which will be trialed in France in 2012 and expected to come to the United States within the next two years


Hand and upper extremity service

The Hand and Upper Extremity Service is a highly respected authority on the treatment of common and complex conditions of the hand, wrist, forearm, and elbow. Staffed by eight surgeons, the Service performed surgery in over 2,000 patients in 2011. Last year, Steve K. Lee, MD, joined the staff as a full-time orthopaedic surgeon and Director of Research for the Center for Brachial Plexus and Traumatic Nerve Injury, which was launched in 2011. Dr. Lee’s particular clinical interests include brachial plexus and complex nerve surgery, hand tendon surgery, and wrist ligament reconstruction. The Center for Brachial Plexus and Traumatic Nerve Injury, the first of its kind in New York, is an innovative multidisciplinary program providing state-ofthe-art diagnostic and reconstructive options for patients with injuries or dysfunction of the peripheral nerve and brachial plexus. The Service continues to make strides in the treatment of malignant tumors of the hand and upper extremities. A recent study undertaken by faculty looking at patients undergoing surgical treatment for soft tissue sarcoma of the hand showed that repeat resection or amputation improves outcomes. This has prompted the researchers to more aggressively seek to achieve negative resection margins, using standard or modified amputations when needed, and performing repeat resections to negative surgical margins when they were not achieved at the time of initial surgery. Patients with musculoskeletal tumors can face large bone deficiency, deformity, and nonunion. In collaboration with the Hospital’s Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service, the Hand Service evaluated distraction osteogenesis via the Ilizarov method for reconstruction of these deficiencies allowing limb preservation and optimizing function. The researchers found that the Ilizarov method is an effective technique for limb reconstruction of bone tumors, although extended time in external fixation is required. Registries have been established in the basal joint, distal radius, carpal tunnel, neoplasia, pediatrics, brachial plexus, and the elbow, forming the foundation of a robust research program. In 2011, the Hand and Upper Extremity Service received IRB approval on 41 research projects that will take place throughout 2012 and 2013. In May 2011, the Service hosted its annual Lee Ramsay Straub, MD, Honorary Lecture in Hand Surgery with Marybeth Ezaki, MD, Director of Hand Surgery at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery UT Southwestern Medical School, presenting on pediatric upper limb conditions. In 2011, the Andrew J. Weiland, MD, Medal for Outstanding Research in Hand Surgery, established in 2009 by the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, was presented to James Chang, MD, of Stanford University for his studies in flexor tendon reconstruction with a focus on biomolecular modulation of tendon repair and tissue engineering.

Edward A. Athanasian, MD Chief Michelle G. Carlson, MD Aaron Daluiski, MD Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD Lana Kang, MD Steve K. Lee, MD Andrew J. Weiland, MD Scott W. Wolfe, MD (Chief Emeritus)

2011 Patient Care Volume

l 124 Inpatient Surgeries l 1,916 Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 2,040 Total Patient Visits: 18,956

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 Developing a pilot program for hand and upper extremity fellows that would provide a two-week intensive training course in microsurgery in India

 Provides fellowship training for physicians from overseas, including Singapore and Ireland, with 16 fellows trained over the past five years from the U.S. and abroad

 Collaborating with orthopaedic surgeons in the United Kingdom to develop a partial wrist replacement

 Presented studies at the XVII International Symposium on Brachial Plexus Surgery held in Lisbon, Portugal, on standardized methods for reporting outcomes

of brachial plexus surgery to improve the ability to compare the benefits of different surgical treatments

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LIMB LENGTHENING AND COMPLEX RECONSTRUCTION SERVICE The Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service is internationally recognized among the most comprehensive limb lengthening programs today. The first program of its kind at a major U.S. academic center, the Service provides skill, expertise, and experience on limb length equalization and deformity correction in both adults and children. Service faculty are known for their work in limb salvage surgery, reconstruction of nonunions and severe foot and ankle deformity, knee and ankle joint preservation with limb realignment, and joint distraction. The advances made possible by the Service provide potential treatments for patients who previously had no viable alternative.

S. Robert Rozbruch, MD Chief Austin T. Fragomen, MD Fellowship Director 2011 Patient Care Volume

l 386 Inpatient Surgeries l 303 Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 689 Total Patient Visits: 3,521

In 2011, the Service made strides in several clinical areas, including working with the Department of Radiology and Imaging to develop a method to quantify bone healing by measuring pixel density on PACS system X-rays. With the Department of Nursing, the Service implemented a new protocol to improve external fixation adjustments and pin care that has been adopted by all clinical services at HSS. In addition, the Service established inpatient and outpatient physical therapy protocols for limb lengthening, tibial osteotomy, femoral osteotomy, and ankle reconstruction. Growth continues in clinical volume and research activity, with an ongoing focus to further develop and improve upon traditional approaches and techniques that incorporate new surgical options, improved tools, and enhancements to bone healing and cartilage regeneration. Faculty are currently engaged in prospective randomized clinical trials evaluating the effect of platelet-rich plasma on bone healing during limb lengthening; a comparative study of two systems for autologous bone marrow harvesting; and a comparison of the effect of two protocols of antibiotic prophylaxis on pin tract infections. Prospective gait studies are evaluating the effect of proximal tibial osteotomy in adults and children, and another study is comparing the functional gait of limb salvage patients to amputation patients. Basic science research focuses on the analysis of the biomechanics of external fixation. The Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service offers one of three limb lengthening fellowships in the county. The educational program is focused predominantly on two clinical fellows who receive intensive exposure to surgical, inpatient, and outpatient clinical care. The fellowship provides an ongoing, in-depth experience in the management of patients with congenital, developmental, and post-traumatic limb deformity and leg length discrepancy. Emphasis is placed on evaluation and both nonoperative and operative management of these conditions. In addition, the Service offers a one-year Ilizarov Research Fellowship, and in 2011, added an elective rotation for HSS residents. The Service continues to offer a clinical elective for visiting medical students and residents who participate in teaching conferences, journal clubs, and case reviews.

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 Hosted Hiroyuki Tsuchiya, MD, Chairman of the Orthopaedic Surgery Department, Kanazawa University Hospital, in Japan, who discussed the treatment of tumor reconstruction

as a visiting professor  Dr. Robert Rozbruch  Received visitors from invited as the first annual Australia, Canada, for the Second Annual limb reconstruction India, Switzerland, and Dr. Bonnie Reichman visiting professor at Turkey who observed Distinguished Lectureship McGill University in Service members in both in Limb Lengthening and Montreal, and as the first inpatient and outpatient Reconstructive Surgery visiting professor in limb settings lengthening at Memorial Hospital, Instanbul, Turkey


METABOLIC BONE DISEASE/ MUSCULOSKELETAL ONCOLOGY service The Metabolic Bone Disease/Musculoskeletal Oncology Service is a consortium of basic scientists, clinical diagnosticians, and medical specialists focused on the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, Paget’s disease, and related bone disorders. The Service brings together practitioners across clinical fields that include orthopaedics, rheumatology, physiatry, endocrinology, nephrology, and pediatrics for the treatment of metabolic bone disease. The Service’s Osteoporosis Prevention Center – a state-of-the-art testing, diagnostic, and education facility – is one of only 14 centers nationwide to be accredited by the International Society of Clinical Densitometry. HSS physicians and nurses have developed a new clinical pathway to better identify those with bone disease and those at risk in order to map the course for proper intervention. The pathway is currently being used in candidates for spinal fusion surgery to optimize their bone health prior to and following surgery. Service faculty conduct research that crosses basic, clinical, and translational platforms with the common focus on preservation of bone quality. Current investigations at HSS concentrate on bone biology, chemistry, and the mechanics of bone growth, including how to harness bone’s natural healing power to prevent fracture and treat diseased bone. Since its launch in 2007, the Seymour Cohn Metabolic Bone Registry has enrolled 520 participants. The goal of the registry is to collect and analyze patient data sets to identify methods to prevent and repair fragility fractures that result from osteoporosis and other metabolic bone disorders. The Service has been able to identify over 14 families – each with three generations of family members with fragility fracture – and initiate a genetic pilot study that seeks to identify possible areas of the human genome that may be contributing to decreased bone quality seen in some patients with multiple fractures.

Joseph M. Lane, MD Chief Richard S. Bockman, MD, PhD Adele L. Boskey, PhD Shevaun M. Doyle, MD Azeez M. Farooki, MD Steven R. Goldring, MD Martin Nydick, MD Linda A. Russell, MD Alana Serota, MD Robert Schneider, MD

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The Service is leading a study to assess the influence of subcutaneous delivery of sclerostin neutralizing monoclonal antibody on fusion rate and bone formation in a rat posterolateral spinal fusion model. From data collected to date, HSS researchers believe that although sclerostin antibody does not increase fusion rate, it does enhance spinal fusion through dramatic increases in bone volume in this model. The Service’s clinical research fellow completed a year-long fellowship with specific focus on the role of vitamin D on functional recovery after total hip arthroplasty and the relationship between performance tests and self-reported questionnaires. A step-out program offered by the Service enables third-year medical students to do metabolic bone research for a year. Since this program began five years ago, the Service has had at least one medical student conducting research in any given year, all of whom have gone on to pursue a residency in orthopaedics.

l 34 Inpatient Surgeries - HSS l 180 Inpatient Surgeries - NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell l 16 Ambulatory Surgeries - HSS l 15 Ambulatory Surgeries - NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Total Surgical Volume: 245* Total Patient Visits: 6,647 DEXA Scans: 2,936 * Surgeries are performed by Hospital for Special Surgery’s orthopaedic surgeons at both HSS and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell

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 Trained a fellow supported by a royal scholarship from the King of Thailand to study metabolic bone disease and outcomes research

 Participated in a preceptorship of the first visiting physician from Amil Par who came for training in trauma, with a particular interest in

metabolic bone disease: Amil Par is a leading Brazilian managed healthcare provider that is developing a relation­ship with HSS

 Worked with colleagues in Canada on a clinical trial on the role of teriparatide in the treatment of femoral neck fractures that has now become a comprehensive nationwide trial

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orthopaedic trauma service

The Orthopaedic Trauma Service has earned international recognition for its expertise in the evaluation and treatment of both acute and subacute traumatic injuries, as well as the sequelae of trauma. These include complex polytrauma involving injuries to the pelvis and the acetabulum – among the most life-threatening and difficult to treat; articular fractures; nonunion and malunion fractures that do not heal or that have healed poorly; fractures in the elderly; and complex osteotomies to correct deformity or congenital dysplasia. In the past year, the Orthopaedic Trauma Service welcomed David S. Wellman, MD, a July 2011 graduate of the HSS Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship program. Prior to coming on board, Dr. Wellman completed two fellowships in Europe, acquiring additional expertise in surgical hip dislocations, periacetabular osteotomies, and pelvic and acetabular trauma treated with new approaches and intraoperative 3D imaging.

David L. Helfet, MD Chief

In the past four years, the Medical Orthopaedic Trauma Service (MOTS) in collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell has made important contributions to the care of geriatric patients, particularly those with hip fractures. MOTS improves care through a coordinated and multidisciplinary plan of treatment, focusing on all aspects of the patient’s care – the fracture, comorbidities, postoperative care, and rehabilitation and follow-up. A study by MOTS faculty recently published in the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma looked at the influence of this team model on in-hospital complications in patients with pertrochanteric femur fractures. The study concluded that a multidisciplinary, collaborative model of care for patients with hip fractures decreases the incidence of postoperative inpatient complications, including new-onset urinary tract infection and arrhythmias.

David E. Asprinio, MD Gregory S. DiFelice, MD Andrew Grose, MD Joseph M. Lane, MD Dean G. Lorich, MD John P. Lyden, MD David S. Wellman, MD 2011 Patient Care Volume

l 336 Inpatient Surgeries - HSS l 734 Inpatient Surgeries - NewYork-Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell l 118 Ambulatory Surgeries - HSS l 134 Ambulatory Surgeries - NewYork-Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell Total Surgical Volume: 1,322* Total Patient Visits: 4,462 * Trauma surgeries are performed by Hospital for Special Surgery’s orthopaedic surgeons at both HSS and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell. Volume does not include surgeries performed by the Metabolic Bone Disease Service or surgeries performed at Westchester Medical Center.

Residents and fellows benefit from the three-way partnership of HSS, NewYorkPresbyterian Hospital, and Westchester Medical Center in the treatment of trauma patients, providing a remarkable experience in the management of acute trauma, fractures of the elderly, tumors, and pediatric trauma. The relationship continues to evolve, encompassing a large clinical volume, ample opportunity for research, and extraordinary exposure in the management of the more complicated polytrauma. Research efforts include a major vascularity research project focused on identifying sources of patellar vascularity using a gadolinium-based, contrast-enhanced MRI anatomy study; assessment of the effect of patellar fracture on the vascularity of the patella; and comparing a posterior approach to an anterolateral trochanteric flip approach to hip and femoral head vascular disruption. A retrospective case control study is also underway looking at the outcomes of insufficiency fractures of the femur during long-term bisphosphonate treatment. Results of this study will help orthopaedic surgeons to analyze the recovery and outcomes for surgically treated bisphosphonate-associated proximal femur nonunions.

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 Dr. David Helfet invited  Hosted the 9th Annual as Presidential Guest of the South African, Swiss, British, Chinese, and Austrian Orthopaedic Associations

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Mosbacher Orthopaedic Trauma Lecture by Visiting Professor Michael McKee, MD, Adjunct Scientist, The Keenan Research Centre

of the Li Ka Shing  Dr. David Helfet directs  Actively affiliated Hospital for Special since 1981 with the AO Knowledge Institute of Surgery’s International Foundation, an interSt. Michael’s Hospital, Center, which facilitates national organization and Professor of Surgery, the clinical and related that promotes education University of Toronto, needs of international and research to further Ontario, Canada patients and their families the knowledge base in trauma care worldwide


PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SERVICE

A leader in the field of pediatric musculoskeletal care, the Pediatric Orthopaedic Service has nine faculty members who treat thousands of infants, children, and adolescents each year with congenital, developmental, and traumatic conditions. These include scoliosis, limb length discrepancies, clubfoot, hip dysplasia, and fractures. Last year, HSS performed 2,500 surgeries, with more than 18,000 outpatient visits to Service physicians and nearly 18,000 visits to HSS pediatric rehabilitation therapists. In 2011, the Service welcomed Ernest L. Sink, MD, a specialist in hip procedures in infants, adolescents, and young adults – who has particular expertise in periacetabular osteotomies and surgical dislocation. Dr. Sink is one of the few American surgeons to have trained in Bern, Switzerland, with Professor Reinhold Ganz, who pioneered these techniques. Dr. Sink also serves as the Co-Director of the Center for Hip Preservation. The Pediatric Orthopaedic Service also welcomed Emily R. Dodwell, MD, MPH, in February 2012. A clinician-scientist, Dr. Dodwell specializes in pediatric trauma, cerebral palsy, and limb deformity correction, with a research focus on surgical outcomes and disparities in healthcare for pediatric orthopaedic patients. In September 2011, the Service celebrated the opening of the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center – the first phase of construction of the Alfred and Norma Lerner Children’s Pavilion. When the Pavilion is fully completed in fall 2012, HSS will have 31,000 square feet dedicated exclusively to pediatric musculoskeletal medicine. In collaboration with the Department of Radiology and Imaging, the Pediatric Orthopaedic Service is installing low-dose X-ray technology in the Lerner Children’s Pavilion. The pediatric orthopaedic fellow is trained in all aspects of the field through participation in the pediatric orthopaedic clinics at HSS; fracture clinic, emergency department, NICU, and PICU at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell; and the trauma clinic at New York Hospital Queens, and participates in a minimum of two research initiatives. Also in 2011, the Service supported a one-year full-time research fellowship for Hannah Ladendorf, a physician from Austria. Research continues to thrive under the direction of Daniel W. Green, MD, and there are currently more than 20 studies underway. In 2011, research projects included evaluating ultrasound as an alternative to X-ray for diagnosing hip dysplasia in children six months of age, and looking at the role of preoperative pulmonary function testing in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis to predict pulmonary complications associated with surgery. Service members in collaboration with scientists developed a new technique for obtaining images of growth plate injuries in children that provides computer-generated 3D models obtained from MRI to guide decisions during surgery in order to achieve optimal results.

Roger F. Widmann, MD Chief John S. Blanco, MD Emily R. Dodwell, MD, MPH Shevaun M. Doyle, MD Daniel W. Green, MD, FACS Cathleen L. Raggio, MD Leon Root, MD David M. Scher, MD Ernest L. Sink, MD 2011 Patient Care Volume

l 591 Inpatient Surgeries - HSS l 148 Inpatient Surgeries - NewYork-Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell and New York Hospital Queens l 2,034 Ambulatory Surgeries - HSS Total Surgical Volume: 2,773* Total Patient Visits: 18,418 * Total includes pediatric orthopaedic surgical cases across all HSS orthopaedic services

E x t e n d i n g O u r R e ac h

 Leon Root, MD, Honorary Lecture in Pediatric Orthopaedics presented in 2011 by Professor H. Kerr Graham, MD, University of Melbourne Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Director of the Hugh

Williamson Gait Laboratory, and a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, and in 2012, presented by Francois Fassier, MD, Director of

Pediatric Orthopaedic  During the past two years, hosted six Surgery, The Montreal orthopaedic residents Children’s Hospital, and for clinical observership Associate Professor, rotations from Estonia, Department of Surgery, Italy, Lebanon, and Division of Orthopaedics, at McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Venezuela, as well as orthopaedic surgeons from Australia and Germany

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Scoliosis Service

The Scoliosis Service has a long history of excellent surgical outcomes for patients with scoliosis and other complex spinal deformities, including scoliosis that is adult idiopathic, congenital, early onset, degenerative, neuromuscular, and syndromic. At the forefront of surgical innovations in spine deformity surgery, members of the Scoliosis Service incorporate the latest minimally invasive and motion preserving surgical alternatives to spinal fusion, the use of biologic healing agents, and newer and less invasive techniques to surgically treat a number of spinal conditions. The Service collaborates closely with the Hospital’s subspecialty services, including pulmonary, neurology, internal medicine, and anesthesiology, in order to maximize surgical success in major scoliosis and spine reconstruction procedures. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, MD Chief John S. Blanco, MD Matthew E. Cunningham, MD, PhD Daniel W. Green, MD, FACS Cathleen L. Raggio, MD Bernard A. Rawlins, MD Roger F. Widmann, MD

Seeing more than a thousand patients annually, the surgeons on the Scoliosis Service are also members of the Spine Care Institute at HSS, a comprehensive program that provides operative and nonoperative treatment resources for the care of scoliosis and spine patients. In 2011, the Service instituted the John R. Cobb, MD, Fellowship, a unique one-year fellowship dedicated primarily to spinal deformity, incorporating training in the management of pathologies of the cervicothoracic-lumbosacral spine in pediatric and adult patients. The Scoliosis Service is nationally and internationally recognized for its work in clinical and basic science research, including an active scoliosis registry and database with more than 2,000 patients enrolled to date. In 2011, the Service reported on the outcomes of new surgical techniques for spine fusion in adolescents, finding that these patients can expect to be doing well 10 years after surgery. Studies currently underway are addressing scoliosis in the adolescent athlete; dual rod instrumentation with limited fusion for treatment of progressive early onset scoliosis; genetic mapping studies for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, including the establishment of a registry and DNA repository; evaluation of quality of life after the surgical management of neuromuscular spinal deformities; and the use of thoracolumbo-sacral orthoses in the treatment of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.

2011 Patient Care Volume

l 340 Inpatient Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 340* Total Patient Visits: 2,710

On April 28, 2012, with support from Hospital for Special Surgery, private donations, and the Ghana government, a new 50-bed orthopaedic specialty hospital opened in Accra, Ghana. The brainchild of Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, MD, the founder and President of FOCOS (Foundation of Orthopedics and Complex Spine), the new hospital is dedicated to providing orthopaedic services to a community of 22 million.

* Includes scoliosis surgeries performed by surgeons who are joint members of the Pediatric and Scoliosis Services

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 Realization of a free-standing FOCOS specialty hospital in Ghana that is a center of excellence for orthopaedic care, training of orthopaedic surgeons,

and clinical research  Presentations on treatment of Lenke in the epidemiology of 1AIS curves and on musculoskeletal diseases complications and in the sub-Sahara region revision rates for long fusions terminating at l5 versus the sacrum in adult spine deformity at

the 18th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST) held in 2011 in Copenhagen, Denmark


Spine SERVICE

During the past year, the Spine Service continued to further develop the multidisciplinary Spine Care Institute and advance the Integrated Spine Research Program. The Spine Care Institute is a collaboration across multiple specialties to provide each patient with the most appropriate care plan, leveraging the focused expertise of the clinicians at Hospital for Special Surgery. The Integrated Spine Research Program pursues basic and clinical research, which will lead to evidence-based care and promote optimal outcomes for patients, and recently created the Spine Clinical Outcomes Unit (SCOUT) to develop approaches to correlate outcomes to patient expectations. In 2011, the Service welcomed Darren R. Lebl, MD, who specializes in the treatment of complex degenerative, deformity, and traumatic spinal conditions of pediatric and adult patients, with a special interest in revision surgery. Research remains a high priority for the Spine Service. Randomized clinical trials focus on non-fusion technologies, including a second-generation cervical total disc arthroplasty. This prosthesis represents a significant advance in biomechanics and materials. This year, Service members initiated a project to stimulate bone growth using venous blood and marrow collected from the patient at the time of surgery. A newer technique preserves the fibrin component of the blood and crosslinks the fibrin with calcium chloride to form a platelet-rich fibrin matrix. The advantages are the platelets remain intact and are embedded in an osteoconductive matrix. This technique can be used as a platform to host other components and factors. The Service also undertook a study to analyze and identify independent risk factors for surgical site postoperative infection following posterior lumbar instrumented arthrodesis. The review, published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, revealed new potential independent risk factors of osteoporosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and dural tears in the setting of this procedure. Areas of new research will focus on the roles these novel factors may play in the pathogenesis of surgical site infections in the spine.

Frank P. Cammisa, Jr., MD Chief James C. Farmer, MD Federico P. Girardi, MD Charles B. Goodwin, MD Russel C. Huang, MD Alexander P. Hughes, MD Joseph M. Lane, MD Darren R. Lebl, MD Patrick F. O’Leary, MD Andrew A. Sama, MD Harvinder S. Sandhu, MD

2011 Patient Care Volume

The Service continues to expand its patient registries with the addition of databases for cervical myelopathy, metabolic bone quality and fusion, lateral lumbar interbody fusion (LLIF), and spine care outcomes. The fellowship program, which trains seven fellows each year, continues to advance. The 2011-2012 fellowship class contributed over 10 publications and more than 35 presentations at national and international conferences. One fellow, who served as the lead author of a presentation, won “Best Paper” at the Eastern Orthopaedic Association; the paper will be featured at the AAOS in 2013.

l 2,060 Inpatient Surgeries l 214 Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 2,274 Total Patient Visits: 12,023

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 Developed an international exchange fellowship program, beginning with a year-long spine research fellowship with the University of Salzburg in Austria

 Invited Luiz Pimenta, MD,  Welcomed international  Collaborating on a PhD, Chief of Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery at Santa Rita Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as the 2011 William Salomon Visiting Professor and Distinguished Lecturer

visiting surgeons and residents from Argentina, China, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Latvia, Spain, Turkey, and Uruguay

global registry of retrieved total disc replacements with surgeons from around the world to collect disc retrievals, regardless

of cause of failure, to understand wear and performance mechanisms of all the early designs of total disc replacement

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SPORTS MEDICINE AND SHOULDER SERVICE

David W. Altchek, MD Scott A. Rodeo, MD Co-Chiefs Answorth A. Allen, MD Struan H. Coleman, MD, PhD Frank A. Cordasco, MD, MS Edward V. Craig, MD, MPH David M. Dines, MD Joshua S. Dines, MD Stephen Fealy, MD Lawrence V. Gulotta, MD Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD Anne M. Kelly, MD Bryan T. Kelly, MD John D. MacGillivray, MD Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC Michael J. Maynard, MD Stephen J. O’Brien, MD, MBA Andrew D. Pearle, MD Anil S. Ranawat, MD Howard A. Rose, MD Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD Sabrina M. Strickland, MD Russell F. Warren, MD Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD Riley J. Williams, III, MD Primary Care Sports Medicine Brian C. Halpern, MD Chief Lisa R. Callahan, MD Marci Anne Goolsby, MD James J. Kinderknecht, MD Osric S. King, MD Jordan D. Metzl, MD Affiliated Staff Joseph H. Feinberg, MD Peter J. Moley, MD Rock G. Positano, DPM, MSc, MPH Hollis G. Potter, MD Jennifer L. Solomon, MD

The Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service at HSS focuses on helping patients – from the little league to the big league – back to performance. A team comprised of 25 orthopaedic surgeons and 11 physicians in other medical specialties, the Service provides multidisciplinary care to athletes of all ages. In 2011, the Service performed more than 8,500 surgeries and accommodated over 80,000 patient visits. Service members are committed to a great outcome for each and every patient. Service members are team physicians and provide medical coverage for more than 20 collegiate and professional teams, as well as athletic organizations. These teams include the New York Mets, the New York Giants, the New York Knicks, the New York Liberty, the New York Red Bulls, US Rowing, and the Association of Tennis Professionals, to name a few. Each year, the Service strengthens its relationship with the New York Road Runners, which manages the New York City Marathon, providing health professionals who support the event and conducting a series of educational programs for the organization’s members. Also, in 2011, a new relationship was initiated with Major League Soccer with a CME-accredited program tailored to physicians, physical therapists, and athletic trainers who care for elite soccer athletes. Under the leadership of James J. Kinderknecht, MD, and John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS, Clinical Supervisor, HSS Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Center, HSS fellows and residents function as team physicians for six local area high school football teams and staff a clinic offered to all junior varsity and varsity teams in the Public School Athletic League. Dr. Kinderknecht is a member of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Service, which was formally created in 2011 under the leadership of Brian C. Halpern, MD, as Chief. Each physician on this Service began his or her career in family medicine, pediatrics, or internal medicine, before going on to further training in sports medicine. The Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service Fellowship Program has seven accredited positions, as well as an additional non-accredited position for an international fellow. The program has trained more than 100 sports medicine leaders in institutions all over the world. The Service also offers a two-year fellowship position that permits a dedicated research year. In 2011, the Service welcomed its first primary care fellow who receives broad training in injury prevention strategies, injury evaluation, and restoration of function through rehabilitation or surgical means. Fellows are all exposed to professional, collegiate, and/or high school athletes. The clinical skills and experience of Service members are complemented by a vigorous scientific agenda that embraces collaborations in basic and clinical research with more than 100 projects currently underway. Clinical initiatives focus primarily on knee ligament stability, shoulder stability, rotator cuff tendon healing, and articular cartilage repair. The research registries continue to grow with the collection

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 Provide ongoing fellowship training for international physicians and surgeons; in 2011 welcomed a physician

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from Costa Rica and, in 2012, a physician from Turkey

 Hosted 63 international visitors for a range of observerships and mentoring opportunities

 The Service is involved in the development of a relationship with HSS and the Brazil-based hospital, Amil Par, in

Rio de Janeiro, where the 2014 World Cup Games and 2016 Olympic Games will be held


of intraoperative data, as well as patient-reported outcomes for ACL reconstruction surgery, total shoulder replacement, and cartilage surgery. The ACL Registry alone has more than 2,000 patients enrolled to date. Basic science is an integral part of the Service’s research component, with a broad range of initiatives in the study of knee mechanics in collaboration with the Department of Biomechanics, the Leon Root, MD, Motion Analysis Laboratory, and the Department of Radiology and Imaging. These include studies evaluating the relationship between knee stability and knee kinematics in cadaveric models using a state-of-the-art robotic system and a knee gait simulator. Testing tables provided by the Department of Biomechanics are utilized in the evaluation of shoulder and knee mechanics.

Scott A. Rodeo, MD, and David W. Altchek, MD

Within its Laboratory for Soft Tissue Research, the Service has a number of novel animal research projects underway, with a major focus on the effect of mechanical load on tendon-to-bone tunnel healing in ACL reconstruction and the effect of ACL graft pre-tension on graft healing. Their work includes: • investigating the therapeutic effects of human-derived placental adherent stromal cells for the treatment of tendon degeneration • evaluating, in cooperation with Weill Cornell Medical College, the novel imaging technique of multiphoton microscopy to longitudinally quantify tendon healing and reorganization • studying the use of engineered nanofiberspun scaffolds to augment soft tissue graft tendon-bone healing within ACL tunnels • examining, in collaboration with Columbia University, the use of synthetic-braided ACL graft seeded with bone marrow stem cells as a candidate graft for ACL reconstruction • evaluating – using a vitamin D deficient rat model they created last year – histological and mechanical properties of rotator cuff repair to determine if rotator cuff healing is superior in the vitamin D repletion group

2011 Patient Care Volume

l 1,709 Inpatient Surgeries l 7,262 Ambulatory Surgeries Total Surgical Volume: 8,971 Total Patient Visits: 88,505

Experiments of patellar tendon repair in a rat model conducted by the Laboratory for Soft Tissue Research suggest that immobilizing the limb for four to six weeks after surgery, rather than quickly starting physical therapy, improves healing, and that current rehabilitation protocols used for patients undergoing tendon-bone repairs – such as rotator cuff repair – may be partially to blame for the high rates of failed healing after surgery. Results of the study were reported at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Laboratory received the Cabaud Award for best basic science/laboratory research paper at the meeting. E x t e n d i n g O u r R e ac h

 Dr. Scott Rodeo, Chair of the USA Swimming Sports Medicine Committee and U.S. Olympic Team Physician, was one of

80 medical professionals  Dr. Jo Hannafin continues to serve as to care for the U.S. Olympic the FISA (International team’s 525 athletes at the Federation of Rowing 2012 summer games in Associations) Medical England

Officer and team physician for U.S. Rowing, was a participant in the 2011 World Rowing Youth Coaches Conference, and

was on hand when the U.S. Women’s Eight took the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOMECHANICS

In 2011-2012, engineers in the Department of Biomechanics, collaborating with the Hospital’s sports medicine surgeons, made great strides in two areas of research with the potential to transform the treatment of joint injuries. Both programs are founded on biomechanical principles with particular consideration for the way loads are transferred across joints.

Timothy M. Wright, PhD Director Donald L. Bartel, PhD Yingxin Gao, PhD Christopher J. Hernandez, PhD Carl W. Imhauser, PhD Joseph D. Lipman, MS Suzanne A. Maher, PhD Marjolein van der Meulen, PhD

Outline of the edge of the tibia

High forces on the tibia (as indicated by the red colors) after the meniscus is removed can lead to damage. Synthetic implants are being developed to reduce these forces.

The first initiative, led by Suzanne A. Maher, PhD, focuses on formulating materials to use in cartilage repair and replacement of the meniscus. Departing from previous work to create materials that could carry cells or growth factors into the area of a cartilage defect or be used as a scaffold in the meniscus, Dr. Maher seeks to develop synthetic implants that can be used as partial replacements for damaged cartilage tissue or as replacements for torn and damaged menisci. The challenge lies in the ability to devise a product that is able to transfer large loads across these complicated structures. Dr. Maher and her colleagues at HSS and around the country have developed a class of hydrogel materials that approximate the properties of the cartilage and meniscus and are currently testing them in pre-clinical models. This past spring, Dr. Maher was awarded the BioAccelerate NYC Prize, which funds biomedical research that has significant commercial promise. One of five scientists selected for this honor out of 200 competing from 12 New York research institutions, Dr. Maher has also been provided with a highly experienced mentor to help with the process of commercialization and business development. After working with the Sports Medicine Service on a number of experiments in the laboratory to recreate the measurements made by surgeons when presented with an injured knee, Carl M. Imhauser, PhD, is constructing a new device to objectively assess multi-directional knee stability. Based on laboratory experiments using a sophisticated robot, Dr. Imhauser and his colleagues are able to examine the motion of the knee in multiple planes simultaneously. This allows a clinician or physical therapist to apply combined loads in several directions, providing – for the first time – sensitive, objective measures of joint stability post ACL reconstruction. Supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health and other sources, Dr. Imhauser and his colleagues are just completing the prototype of this measurement tool, which can collect data on joint instability, the extent of injury, and surgical restoration of stability. These data will eventually be included in the Hospital’s patient registries allowing comparison of these first ever objective measurements with the patient’s own reported outcomes from treatment.

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from across China; in 2011, conducted an instructional course on the “HSS Experience in Total Knee Replacement” to a standing-room-only audience of more than

400 surgeons at the Chinese Orthopaedic Association (COA) meeting; and at the 2012 COA meeting will co-sponsor a workshop on hip replacement

 Developing a total knee replacement system that will address the anatomical and functional requirements of the Chinese patient population

 As part of the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers, collaborating on a task force to develop a common framework for implant retrieval analysis


Contents

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Professional Staff

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Affiliations

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Endowed Chairs, Professorships, and Fellowships

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2011-2012 Notable Achievements

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2011-2012 Selected Publications

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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 2011-2012 Graduating Residents and Fellows

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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery – Contact Information

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Professional Staff

Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director Thomas P. Sculco, MD Clinical Director Charles N. Cornell, MD Academic Director Mathias P. Bostrom, MD Orthopaedic Research Director Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD Faculty Development Director Scott W. Wolfe, MD Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Division

Douglas E. Padgett, MD Chief, Hip Service

Foot and Ankle Service

Jonathan T. Deland, MD Chief Walther H. O. Bohne, MD Mark C. Drakos, MD Andrew J. Elliott, MD Scott J. Ellis, MD John G. Kennedy, MD David S. Levine, MD Martin J. O’Malley, MD Matthew M. Roberts, MD Harvey Strauss, DPM, FACFAS 2011-2012 Fellows Haydée Brown, MD Amgad Haleem, MB, BCh Omar Saleem, MD, MSPT

Steven B. Haas, MD Chief, Knee Service

Hand and Upper Extremity Service

Mark P. Figgie, MD Chief, Surgical Arthritis Service

Edward A. Athanasian, MD Chief

Michael M. Alexiades, MD Friedrich Boettner, MD Mathias P. Bostrom, MD Robert L. Buly, MD Charles N. Cornell, MD Alejandro González Della Valle, MD Allan E. Inglis, Jr., MD Seth A. Jerabek, MD David J. Mayman, MD Bryan J. Nestor, MD Michael L. Parks, MD Paul M. Pellicci, MD Amar S. Ranawat, MD Chitranjan S. Ranawat, MD Eduardo A. Salvati, MD Thomas P. Sculco, MD Edwin P. Su, MD Geoffrey H. Westrich, MD Philip D. Wilson, Jr., MD (Emeritus) Russell E. Windsor, MD

Michelle G. Carlson, MD Aaron Daluiski, MD Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD Lana Kang, MD Steve K. Lee, MD Andrew J. Weiland, MD Scott W. Wolfe, MD (Chief Emeritus)

2011-2012 Fellows Thomas Heyse, MD Stephen Kayiaros, MD Bryan King, MD, MS, PhD Nader Nassif, MD Danyal Nawabi, BM, BCh, MA Jay Patel, MD, MS Christine Pui, MD Adam Rana, MD

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2011-2012 Fellows Ashley Cogar, MD Edward Moon, MD David Tan, MBBS Michael Vance, MD Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service

S. Robert Rozbruch, MD Chief Austin T. Fragomen, MD 2011-2012 Fellows Neville Flowers, MD, MPT Raul Kuchinad, MD, MSc Metabolic Bone Disease/ Musculoskeletal Oncology Service

Joseph M. Lane, MD Chief Richard S. Bockman, MD, PhD Adele L. Boskey, PhD Shevaun M. Doyle, MD

Azeez M. Farooki, MD Steven R. Goldring, MD Martin Nydick, MD Linda A. Russell, MD Alana Serota, MD Robert Schneider, MD Metabolic Bone Affiliated Staff Jessica G. Davis, MD Edward F. DiCarlo, MD Elizabeth M. Manejias, MD Cathleen L. Raggio, MD 2011-2012 Fellows Anish Potty, MBBS, MRCS Parth Vyas, BMBS, MS Orthopaedic Trauma Service

David L. Helfet, MD Chief David E. Asprinio, MD Gregory S. DiFelice, MD Andrew Grose, MD Joseph M. Lane, MD Dean G. Lorich, MD John P. Lyden, MD David S. Wellman, MD 2011-2012 Fellows Louis Amorosa, MD Olivia Lee, MD Christopher Smith, MD Pediatric Orthopaedic Service

Roger F. Widmann, MD Chief John S. Blanco, MD Emily R. Dodwell, MD, MPH Shevaun M. Doyle, MD Daniel W. Green, MD, FACS Cathleen L. Raggio, MD Leon Root, MD David M. Scher, MD Ernest L. Sink, MD 2011-2012 Fellows Emmanouil Morakis, MD, PhD Scoliosis Service

Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, MD Chief John S. Blanco, MD Matthew E. Cunningham, MD, PhD Daniel W. Green, MD, FACS Cathleen L. Raggio, MD Bernard A. Rawlins, MD Roger F. Widmann, MD


Scoliosis Service (continued)

2011-2012 Fellows Woojin Cho, MD, PhD David Essig, MD Michael Faloon, MD, MS (John R. Cobb Spine/Scoliosis Fellow) Andrew Lee, MD, PhD Abhijit Pawar, MBBS, MS Gangadhara Seethala, MBBS Gbolabo Sokunbi, MD Spine Service

Frank P. Cammisa, Jr., MD Chief James C. Farmer, MD Federico P. Girardi, MD Charles B. Goodwin, MD Russel C. Huang, MD Alexander P. Hughes, MD Joseph M. Lane, MD Darren R. Lebl, MD Patrick F. O’Leary, MD Andrew A. Sama, MD Harvinder S. Sandhu, MD 2011-2012 Fellows Woojin Cho, MD, PhD David Essig, MD Andrew Lee, MD, PhD Abhijit Pawar, MBBS, MS Gangadhara Seethala, MBBS Gbolabo Sokunbi, MD Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service

David W. Altchek, MD Scott A. Rodeo, MD Co-Chiefs Answorth A. Allen, MD Struan H. Coleman, MD, PhD Frank A. Cordasco, MD, MS Edward V. Craig, MD, MPH David M. Dines, MD Joshua S. Dines, MD Stephen Fealy, MD Lawrence V. Gulotta, MD Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD Anne M. Kelly, MD Bryan T. Kelly, MD John D. MacGillivray, MD Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC Michael J. Maynard, MD Stephen J. O’Brien, MD, MBA Andrew D. Pearle, MD Anil S. Ranawat, MD

Howard A. Rose, MD Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD Sabrina M. Strickland, MD Russell F. Warren, MD Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD Riley J. Williams, III, MD Primary Care Sports Medicine Lisa R. Callahan, MD Marci Anne Goolsby, MD Brian C. Halpern, MD (Chief) James J. Kinderknecht, MD Osric S. King, MD Jordan D. Metzl, MD 2011-2012 Fellows Michael Angeline, MD Cecilia Pascual Garrido, MD Albert Gee, MD Landon Hough, MD (Primary Care) Xinning Li, MD Richard Ma, MD (Research Fellow) Travis Maak, MD (Chief Fellow) Burak Ozturk, MD (International Fellow) Miho Tanaka, MD, MA Bryan Warme, MD Adult Ambulatory Care Center

Alejandro Leali, MD Medical Director Department of Biomechanics

Timothy M. Wright, PhD Director Donald L. Bartel, PhD Yingxin Gao, PhD Christopher J. Hernandez, PhD Carl W. Imhauser, PhD Joseph Lipman, MS Suzanne A. Maher, PhD Marjolein van der Meulen, PhD Research Division

Steven R. Goldring, MD Chief Scientific Officer Lionel B. Ivashkiv, MD Associate Chief Scientific Officer and Director of Basic Research Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD Director of Clinical Research

AFFILIATIONS The affiliations of Hospital for Special Surgery enable orthopaedic surgery residents and fellows to benefit from a broad range of research and training opportunities. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Orthopaedic Service John H. Healey, MD Chief New York Hospital Queens

Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Jeffrey E. Rosen, MD Chair NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Weill Cornell Medical Center

Combined Orthopaedic Trauma Service David L. Helfet, MD Director Dean G. Lorich, MD Director, Orthopaedic Trauma Service, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Weill Cornell Medical Center New York University School of Medicine

Plastic Surgery David T. W. Chiu, MD Chief, Hand Surgery St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center

Orthopaedic Surgery William G. Hamilton, MD Senior Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon James J. Peters Veterans Administration Medical Center Bronx, NY

Orthopaedic Surgery Sabrina M. Strickland, MD Chief Westchester Medical Center

Orthopaedic Surgery David E. Asprinio, MD Chair and Program Director

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ENDOWED CHAIRS, PROFESSORSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

Endowed chairs, professorships, and fellowships recognize the generosity of our donors and sustain excellence in musculoskeletal care, research, and medical education. Named Chairs And Professorships

Franchellie M. Cadwell Chair Sergio Schwartzman, MD Chase and Stephanie Coleman Chair in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Hollis G. Potter, MD Joel and Anne Bick Ehrenkranz Research Chair John N. Insall Chair in Knee Surgery Steven B. Haas, MD Collette Kean Research Chair Jane E. Salmon, MD F.M. Kirby Chair in Orthopaedic Biomechanics Timothy M. Wright, PhD David H. Koch Chair for Arthritis and Tissue Degeneration Research Lionel B. Ivashkiv, MD Korein-Wilson Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery Thomas P. Sculco, MD Richard S. Laskin, MD, Chair in Musculoskeletal Education Charles N. Cornell, MD David B. Levine, MD, Chair in Scoliosis Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, MD C. Ronald MacKenzie, MD, Chair in Ethics and Medicine supporting the work of Wayne N. Shelton, PhD, and Stephanie M. Vertrees, MD Richard L. Menschel Research Chair Steven R. Goldring, MD Stephen A. Paget, MD, Chair in Rheumatology Stephen A. Paget, MD Leon Root, MD, Chair in Pediatric Orthopaedics Leon Root, MD

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Benjamin M. Rosen Chair in Immunology and Inflammation Research Mary K. Crow, MD

Leo Farbman Fellowship for Pediatric Musculoskeletal Research Lorene C. Janowski, OTR/L, MS

Joseph P. Roth Professor of Rheumatic Diseases in Medicine Mary K. Crow, MD

Helen Frankenthaler Fellowship in Restorative Mobility Andrew D. Pearle, MD

Virginia F. and William R. Salomon Chair in Musculoskeletal Research Carl Blobel, MD, PhD

Mary Rodgers and Henry Guettel Fellowship in Biomedical Mechanics Ilya Bendich

Eduardo A. Salvati, MD, Chair in Hip Arthroplasty

Ken and Jill Iscol Fellowship in Orthopaedic Research Eduardo Suero, MD

St. Giles Research Chair supporting Theresa T. Lu, MD, PhD Starr Chair in Mineralized Tissue Research Adele L. Boskey, PhD Starr Chair in Tissue Engineering Research Swanson Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University Marjolein van der Meulen, PhD Russell F. Warren, MD, Research Chair supporting Suzanne A. Maher, PhD Named Fellowships

Robert and Helen Appel Fellowship in Biomedical Engineering Natalie Galley, MASc, and Russell P. Main, PhD Finn and Barbara Caspersen Fellowship for Spine Research Charles L. Christian, MD, Research Fellowship Lisa Mandl, MD, MPH Ira W. DeCamp Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Genetics Mary Goldring, PhD

Irving Lipstock and Sally Lipstock Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery Lazaros Poultsides, MD, PhD Ludwig Fellowship for Women’s Sports Medicine Research Stavros S. Niarchos – Thomas P. Sculco, MD, International Orthopaedic Fellowship Theofanis Vasilakakos, MD Robert and Gillian Steel Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Research Inez Rogatsky, PhD Nancy Dickerson Whitehead Research Fellowship Philipp Mayer-Kuckuk, PhD supporting, in part, Adele L. Boskey, PhD Fellowship in Arthroplasty Edward Purdue, PhD Immunology and Inflammation Fellowship


2011-2012 NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

The orthopaedic surgeons at Hospital for Special Surgery are regularly cited for their professional achievements and outstanding contributions to musculoskeletal medicine, research, and education. They manage the care of numerous major professional sports teams and organizations, hold leadership positions and serve on committees for national and international organizations and professional societies, and serve on editorial boards and as reviewers for numerous peer-reviewed journals. Awards and Special Recognition

Answorth A. Allen, MD Head Team Orthopaedist, New York Knicks Orthopaedic Consultant, West Indies Cricket Board of Control Consultant, Major League Baseball Master Instructor, Knee and Shoulder Surgery, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine David W. Altchek, MD Medical Director, New York Mets Medical Director, Nets Basketball 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Mathias P. Bostrom, MD Nancy Kane Bischoff Mentor Award, Hospital for Special Surgery Lisa R. Callahan, MD Director of Player Care, New York Knicks and New York Liberty Frank P. Cammisa, Jr., MD Spinal Consultant, New York Giants Spinal Consultant, National Hockey League Players’ Association Struan H. Coleman, MD, PhD Head Team Physician, New York Mets Edward V. Craig, MD, MPH 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons David M. Dines, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Medical Director, Association of Tennis Professionals – ATP World Tour Team Physician, U.S. Davis Cup Tennis Team Head Orthopaedic Consultant, U.S. Open Tennis Team Physician and Medical Director, Long Island Ducks Minor League Baseball Team Joshua S. Dines, MD Award of Excellence for Scientific Exhibit, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting Team Physician, U.S. Davis Cup Tennis Team Team Physician, Long Island Ducks Minor League Baseball Team Orthopaedic Consultant, Los Angeles Dodgers James C. Farmer, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Stephen Fealy, MD Team Physician, Chaminade High School

Joseph H. Feinberg, MD Team Physician, St. Peter’s College Austin T. Fragomen, MD AOA Alumni Membership, Downstate Medical College Chapter, 2012 Federico P. Girardi, MD with a coalition of interdisciplinary researchers at HSS and Weill Cornell Medical College Team Science Award, Translational Science 2012 (sponsored by Association for Clinical Research Training, American Federation for Medical Research, Society for Clinical and Translational Science, Association for Patient-Oriented Research) Marci Anne Goolsby, MD Team Physician, New York Liberty Brian C. Halpern, MD Consultant, New York Mets Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Team Physician, U.S. Rowing Team Team Physician, New York Liberty David L. Helfet, MD Presidential Guest and Honorary Member, South African Orthopaedic Association Anne M. Kelly, MD Team Physician, St. John’s University Bryan T. Kelly, MD Associate Team Physician, New York Giants Assistant Team Physician, New York Red Bulls Consulting Team Physician, Nets Basketball Osric S. King, MD Sports Medicine Coordinator, City University of New York Associate Medical Director, St. John’s University Medical Director, Metro Chapter, USA Boxing David S. Levine, MD Honorary Police Surgeon, New York City Police Department Suzanne A. Maher, PhD BioAccelerate NYC Prize, New York City Investment Fund Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC Charles S. Neer II, MD Award for Clinical Science, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons David J. Mayman, MD Richard S. Laskin, MD, Young Attending Award, Hospital for Special Surgery Michael J. Maynard, MD Medical Director, Department of Athletics, Marist College

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2011-2012 NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

Stephen J. O’Brien, MD, MBA James R. Andrews Award for Excellence in Baseball Sports Medicine, American Sports Medicine Institute Chief Orthopaedic Consultant, Athletic Department, St. John’s University Martin J. O’Malley, MD Medical Staff, New Jersey Nets Basketball Foot and Ankle Consultant, New York Knicks Foot and Ankle Consultant, New York Giants Douglas E. Padgett, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Michael L. Parks, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Andrew D. Pearle, MD Associate Team Physician, New York Mets Hollis G. Potter, MD Senior Fellow, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Anil S. Ranawat, MD Assistant Team Physician, New York Mets Chitranjan S. Ranawat, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Bernard A. Rawlings, MD Spine Consultant, New York Knicks Spine Consultant, New York Mets Matthew M. Roberts, MD Leadership Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Scott A. Rodeo, MD First Annual T. David Sisk Award for Research Excellence in Basic Science, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Team Physician, United States Olympic Team, London 2012 Associate Team Physician, New York Giants Chairman, USA Swimming Sports Medicine Committee Harvinder S. Sandhu, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons David M. Scher, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Thomas P. Sculco, MD Healthnetwork Foundation Service Excellence Award Graduation Speaker, USC Orthopaedic Program Distinguished Lecturer, Indian Society of Hip and Knee Surgeons Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD Team Physician, U.S. Federation Cup Tennis Team

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Sabrina M. Strickland, MD Philip D. Wilson, Jr., MD, Resident Teaching Award Leadership Fellow Program, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Ernest L. Sink, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Russell F. Warren, MD Alpha Omega Alpha Educator Award Team Physician, New York Giants Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD Team Physician, Department of Athletics, St. Peter’s College Riley J. Williams, III, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Head Team Physician, New Jersey Nets Basketball Medical Director, New York Red Bulls Head Team Physician, Department of Athletics, Iona College New York Orthopaedic Consultant, National Football League Scott W. Wolfe, MD 2012 Annual Achievement Award, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Marjolein van der Meulen, PhD Robert ’55 and Vanne ’57 Cowie Teaching Award, College of Engineering, Cornell University Leadership Positions and Appointments

Michael M. Alexiades, MD President, Weill Cornell Medical College Alumni Association Board of Overseers, Weill Cornell Medical College Oral Examiner, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Mathias P. Bostrom, MD Board of Trustees, Hospital for Special Surgery Board Member and Past President, International Society for Fracture Repair Board of Directors and Fellowship Committee, The Hip Society Board of Directors, Member-at-Large, Orthopaedic Research Society Study Section, Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering, National Institutes of Health Course Director, American Austrian Foundation Lisa R. Callahan, MD Advisory Board, American Ballet Theatre Advisory Board, Center for Women’s Healthcare, Weill Cornel Medical College Frank P. Cammisa, Jr., MD Medical Advisory Board, The Alan T. Brown Foundation to Cure Paralysis


Michelle G. Carlson, MD Council and Annual Program Committee, American Society for Surgery of the Hand Leadership Development Committee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Nominating Committee, Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society Study Group, Shriner’s Pediatric Hand Surgery Frank A. Cordasco, MD, MS Board of Directors, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Medical Advisory Board, Children of China Pediatrics Foundation Charles N. Cornell, MD Board of Trustees, Hospital for Special Surgery Edward V. Craig, MD Board of Directors, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Chairman, Traveling Fellowship, American Orthopaedic Association Medical Advisory Board, AmeriCares Matthew E. Cunningham, MD, PhD Orthopaedic Basic Science Evaluation Subcommittee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Jonathan T. Deland, MD Research Committee, American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society David M. Dines, MD Planning and Development Committee, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Education Committee, American Orthopaedic Association Joshua S. Dines, MD Shoulder and Elbow Annual Meeting Subcommittee, American Academy Orthopaedic Surgeons Chair, Technology Committee, American Shoulder and Elbow Society Research Committee, American Shoulder and Elbow Society Scott J. Ellis, MD Awards Committee and Young Physicians Committee, American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society James C. Farmer, MD Spine Evaluation Subcommittee and Medical Student and Fellow Education Committee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Stephen Fealy, MD Technology Committee, Arthroscopy Association of North America Austin T. Fragomen, MD Volunteer Surgeon, Wounded Warrior Project

Federico P. Girardi, MD International Medical Graduate Committee, Medical Society of the State of New York Publications Committee, Spine Arthroplasty Society Patient-Based Outcomes Committee and Global Outreach Committee, Scoliosis Research Society Marci Anne Goolsby, MD Research Committee, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Daniel E. Green, MD, FACS Board Member and Treasurer, New York County Medical Society Board Member, New York State Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons New York Representative, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Evaluation Committee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Division of Socio-Medical Economics Committee on Interspecialty, Medical Society of the State of New York Representative to the American College of Surgeons for the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Advocacy Committee, Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Advocacy and Public Relations Committee and Patient Education Committee, Scoliosis Research Society Andrew Grose, MD Faculty, AO North America Volunteer Surgeon, Foundation for Orthopaedics and Complex Spine Steven B. Haas, MD Program Chair and New York Coordinator, John N. Insall Travelling Fellows, The Knee Society Brian C. Halpern, MD Founding Member and Past President, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Past President, Foundation of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD President Elect; Board of Trustees and Secretary; and Vice President, American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine Board of Trustees; Educational Grants Committee; Nominating Committee, Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Vice President, Board of Trustees, National Rowing Foundation Medical Commission, International Rowing Federation Executive Committee, Herodicus Society Health Study Section, Skeletal Biology Structure and Regeneration Section David L. Helfet, MD Board of Trustees, Hospital for Special Surgery Trustee, AO Foundation Chair Emeritus, Clinical Investigation and Documentation, AO Foundation Technical Commission, AO North America, AO Foundation

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2011-2012 NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

Christopher J. Hernandez, PhD Steering Committee, Sun Valley Workshop in Musculoskeletal Biology, International Bone and Mineral Society Chair, Poster Competition, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Andrew D. Pearle, MD Arthroscopy Committee, International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Technology Committee, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine

Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD Consultant in Orthopedic Surgery, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

Rock G. Positano, DPM, MSc, MPH Chair, Board of Trustees, and Deputy Chairman, Medicine Board, New York College of Podiatric Medicine Board of Directors, Children’s Health Fund

Lana Kang, MD Diversity Committee and Government Affairs Committee, American Society for Surgery of the Hand Young Members Committee, Medical Society of the State of New York Bryan T. Kelly, MD OLC Education Committee, Arthroscopy Association of North America Osric S. King, MD Board of Directors, Foundation of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Joseph M. Lane, MD Chair, Study Section, Special Grants Review Committee, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Chair, MOAC Recertification Program American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Steve K. Lee, MD Chair, Public Education Committee; Commercial Support Committee; Engagement Task Force; Leader, Subgroup on Transparency and Equitability, American Society for Surgery of the Hand Lecturer and Mock Oral Examiner, The Maine Orthopaedic Board Review Course Dean G. Lorich, MD Technical Commission, Teaching Faculty, and Osteoporosis Task Force, AO-ASIF Suzanne A. Maher, PhD Biomedical Engineering Committee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Topic Chair, 2012 and 2013 Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC Board of Directors, International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Douglas E. Padgett, MD Board Member-at-Large and Member, Committee on Education, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Program Committee, 2010-2012 Annual Meeting, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Michael L. Parks, MD President, New York State Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons Member-at-Large, Board of Directors, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

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Hollis G. Potter, MD Research Committee, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Program Committee, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine ACL Study Group Cathleen L. Raggio, MD Public Relations Committee, Orthopaedic Research Society Grant Review Committee, Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Amar S. Ranawat, MD Chairman, Technical Exhibits Committee, Eastern Orthopaedic Association Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Bronx Veterans Administration Medical Center Anil S. Ranawat, MD Master Instructor, Hip and Knee Course, Arthroscopy Association of North America Chitranjan S. Ranawat, MD President, Eastern Orthopaedic Association President Elect, The Hip Society Chairman, Annual “ROC Advances and Techniques in Joint Replacement Surgery” Past President: The Knee Society; New York Academy of Medicine; New York Society for Surgery of the Hand; American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Bernard A. Rawlings, MD Founding Member, J. Robert Gladden Society Examiner, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Matthew M. Roberts, MD Postgraduate Education and Training Committee and Resident, Candidate, and Fellow Committee, American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society Leon Root, MD Chairman, Orthopaedic Section, New York Academy of Medicine S. Robert Rozbruch, MD President, Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society Secondary School Committee, Undergraduate Admissions, University of Pennsylvania Eduardo A. Salvati, MD Past President, American Hip Society Past Secretary Treasurer, International Hip Society


David M. Scher, MD President, Pediatric Orthopaedic Club of New York History Committee, Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Thomas P. Sculco, MD Governing Board, Salzburg Medical Seminar International Steering Committee, Salzburg Weill Cornell Seminars Honorary Member, Austrian Orthopaedic Association Executive Director and Founder, International Society of Orthopaedic Centers Board of Advisors, Columbia University Medical Center Ex-Officio Member, Education Unit Committee, Weill Cornell Medical College Vice Chair, Arthritis Foundation Liaison, Board of Trustees and Arthritis Foundation; Patient Education Committee; AAOS Adult Reconstruction-Hip Program Subcommittee; AAOS Representative, American Geriatric Society; Interdisciplinary Leadership Group; Director, Nominating Committee Task Force; and Fellowship Leadership Program Task Force, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Founding Member, Executive Board, The Knee Society Order of Merit and OREF Shands Circle, Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Chairman, Membership Committee, The Hip Society Medical and Scientific Committee, Arthritis Foundation Board of Trustees, Carnegie Hall

Russell F. Warren, MD 2011 Distinguished Clinician Educator Award, American Orthopaedic Association Founding Member and Past President, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Past President, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Past President, Herodicus Society Board of Trustees, Hospital for Special Surgery ACL Study Group Andrew J. Weiland, MD Chair, American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand Past President, International Bone Research Association Nominating Committee, American Society for Surgery of the Hand Board of Trustees, The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Geoffrey H. Westrich, MD Board Member, Program Committee Chairman, and Member, Finance Committee, Eastern Orthopaedic Association Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD Board of Trustees, Medical Publishing Group, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Treasurer, American Journal of Sports Medicine

Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD Program Committee and Program Chair 2014, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine

Riley J. Williams, III, MD Research and Education Committees, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Technology Committee, American Shoulder and Elbow Society ACL Study Group

Jennifer L. Solomon, MD Women’s Sports Medicine Committee, Association of American College of Sports Medicine

Russell E. Windsor, MD Examiner, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Past President, The Knee Society

Harvey Strauss, DPM, FACFAS Board of Directors, New York Division, New York State Podiatric Medical Association

Scott W. Wolfe, MD Secretary, New York Society for Surgery of the Hand Electronic Information Committee, American Society for Surgery of the Hand

Edwin P. Su, MD Hip Program Subcommittee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Marjolein van der Meulen, PhD Secretary, Orthopaedic Research Society Charter Member, Study Section, Skeletal Biology Structure and Regeneration, National Institutes of Health Steering Committee, International Bone and Mineral Society, Sun Valley Workshop in Musculoskeletal Biology Panel Member, The Boston Seminar: Reaching out to Dutch Academics in the Northeast of the USA, organized by The Netherlands Consulate General in New York Panel Member, Women in Science Panel, Women in Leadership Conference, Yale University

Timothy M. Wright, PhD Roundtable on Opportunities and Challenges in Musculoskeletal Biology and Diseases, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Education and Program Committees, The Knee Society Reviewer, Centers of Research Translation, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Co-Chair, HSS Experience in Total Knee Arthroplasty, Chinese Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting Education and Program Committees, The Knee Society

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2011-2012 NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

Editorial Appointments

Edward A. Athanasian, MD Reviewer: The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery; Journal of Hand Surgery John S. Blanco, MD Reviewer, Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, MD Board of Associate Editors, Spine Mathias P. Bostrom, MD Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Lisa R. Callahan, MD Editorial Advisor: Journal of Women’s Health; Women’s Health Advisor; Food and Fitness Advisor Michelle G. Carlson, MD Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Reviewer: Journal of Hand Surgery; Journal of Hand and Microsurgery; Sports Health Journal Charles N. Cornell, MD Editor-in-Chief and Advisory Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Senior Associate Editor, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Matthew E. Cunningham, MD, PhD Reviewer, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

Joseph H. Feinberg, MD Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Austin T. Fragomen, MD Reviewer, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Steven R. Goldring, MD Associate Editor, Arthritis Research & Therapy Daniel W. Green, MD, FACS Editor, Orthopaedics Section, Current Opinion in Orthopaedics Consultant Reviewer: Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Reviewer, Spine Lawrence V. Gulotta, MD Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD Reviewer: Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; Journal of Orthopaedic Research; American Journal of Sports Medicine; Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery; Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Russel C. Huang, MD Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Lana Kang, MD Reviewer: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; Journal of Hand Surgery

Jonathan T. Deland, MD Editor-in-Chief, Foot and Ankle Section, Orthopaedia Associate Editor, Foot and Ankle Journal

Anne M. Kelly, MD Reviewer, The American Journal of Sports Medicine

David M. Dines, MD Treasurer and Board of Trustees, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Joseph M. Lane, MD Editorial Board: HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery; Bone; Journal of Arthroplasty; Journal of Orthopaedic Research; Spine

Joshua S. Dines, MD Chief Social Media Editor, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Editorial Board, The American Journal of Orthopedics Scott J. Ellis, MD Reviewer: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery; Journal of Orthopaedic Research; The Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine Stephen Fealy, MD Reviewer: American Journal of Sports Medicine; Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

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Alejandro Leali, MD Senior Associate Editor, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Steve K. Lee, MD Associate Editor, Journal of Hand Surgery Consultant Reviewer: The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery; Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Contributing Editor, Yearbook of Hand and Upper Limb Surgery Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery David S. Levine, MD Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery


Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC Senior Associate Editor, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Douglas E. Padgett, MD Consultant Reviewer: Journal of Orthopaedic Research; Journal of Bone and Joint & Joint Surgery; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Andrew D. Pearle, MD Editor-in-Chief, Techniques in Knee Surgery Associate Editor, Sports Medicine Newsletter, The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Hollis G. Potter, MD Associate Editor: Imaging; Sports Health Amar S. Ranawat, MD Editorial Board, Journal of Arthroplasty Reviewer: HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; Current Orthopaedic Practice Anil S. Ranawat, MD Editor-in-Chief, Current Trends in Musculoskeletal Medicine Chitranjan S. Ranawat, MD Founder and Editor, Orthopedics E-Journal Bernard A. Rawlings, MD Reviewer: Journal of Spine; Journal of Orthopaedic Research; Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics

Edwin P. Su, MD Editorial Board, American Journal of Orthopedics Marjolein van der Meulen, PhD Deputy Editor, Journal of Orthopaedic Research Andrew J. Weiland, MD Reviewer: The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; Journal of American Society of Surgical Hand; Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma Roger F. Widmann, MD Consultant Reviewer: Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; Journal of Children’s Orthopaedics Scott W. Wolfe, MD Editor-in-Chief, Green’s Operative Hand Surgery Reviewer: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery; Journal of Hand Surgery; Journal of Orthopedic Research; HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Timothy M. Wright, PhD Co-Editor, Journal of Orthopaedic Research Deputy Editor, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Co-Editor, HSS Journal Supplement, Frontiers in OA Research, Prevention, and Care

Matthew R. Roberts, MD Reviewer, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Scott A. Rodeo, MD Associate Editor, Journal of Orthopaedic Research S. Robert Rozbruch, MD Editorial Board, Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma Reviewer, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Harvinder S. Sandhu, MD Co-Editor, Symposium Section, SAS Journal David M. Scher, MD Consultant Reviewer: Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Thomas P. Sculco, MD Deputy Editor, American Journal of Orthopedics Advisory Board and Editorial Board, HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery Editorial Board, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli Reviewer, The Lancet

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2011-2012 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Division

Amstutz HC, Su EP, Le Duff MJ, Fowble VA. Are there benefits to one- versus two-stage procedures in bilateral hip resurfacing? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Ayalon O, Liu S, Flics S, Cahill J, Juliano K, Cornell CN. A multimodal clinical pathway can reduce length of stay after total knee arthroplasty. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Bedi A, Dolan M, Magennis E, Lipman J, Buly RL, Kelly BT. Computer-assisted modeling of osseous impingement and resection in femoroacetabular impingement. Arthroscopy 2012. Chotai PN, Su EP. Fracture of a titanium sleeve-encased third generation ceramic liner in a modern THA. Orthopedics 2011. Cornell CN. Letter from the editor. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Cross MB, Osbahr DC, Nam D, Reinhardt KR, Bostrom MP, Dines JS. An analysis of the hip and knee reconstruction section of the orthopedic in-training examination. Orthopedics 2011. Day MS, Nam D, Goodman S, Su EP, Figgie MP. Psoriatic arthritis. Journal of the Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2012. Dorr LD, Jones RE, Padgett DE, Pagnano M, Ranawat AS, Trousdale RT. Robotic guidance in total hip arthroplasty: the shape of things to come. Orthopedics 2011. Down C, Xu Y, Osagie LE, Bostrom MP. The lack of correlation between radiographic findings and cartilage integrity. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011.

Ghomrawi HM, Dolan MM, Rutledge J, Alexiades MM. Recovery expectations of hip resurfacing compared to total hip arthroplasty: a matched pair study. Arthritis Care & Research 2011. Goodman SM, Figgie MP, Mackenzie CR. Perioperative management of patients with connective tissue disease. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Goodman SM, Leven AB, Jerabek S, Figgie MP. Surgical arthritis service weekly rounds: ankylosing spondylitis. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Greenbaum JN, Bornstein LJ, Lyman S, Alexiades MM, Westrich GH. The validity of self-report as a technique for measuring short-term complications after total hip arthroplasty in a joint replacement registry. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Gulotta LV, Padgett DE, Sculco TP, Urban M, Lyman S, Nestor BJ. Fast track THR: one hospital’s experience with a 2-day length of stay protocol for total hip replacement. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Hepinstall MS, Rutledge JR, Bornstein LJ, Mazumdar M, Westrich GH. Factors that impact expectations before total knee arthroplasty. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Heyse TJ, Chen DX, Kelly N, Boettner F, Wright TM, Haas SB. Matched-pair total knee arthroplasty retrieval analysis: oxidized zirconium vs. CoCrMo. Knee 2011. Heyse TJ, Chong LR, Davis J, Boettner F, Haas SB, Potter HG. MRI analysis for rotation of total knee components. Knee 2012.

Dushey CH, Bornstein LJ, Alexiades MM, Westrich GH. Shortterm coagulation complications following total knee arthroplasty: a comparison of patient-reported and surgeon-verified complication rates. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011.

Heyse TJ, Chong LR, Davis J, Boettner F, Haas SB, Potter HG. MRI analysis of the component bone interface after TKA. Knee 2011.

Dy CJ, Cross MB, Osbahr DC, Parks ML, Green DW. What opportunities are available for resident involvement in national orthopedic and subspecialty societies? Orthopedics 2011.

Hyter CL, Potter HG, Su EP. Imaging of metal on metal hip resurfacing. Orthopedic Clinics of North America 2011.

Dy CJ, Franco N, Ma Y, Mazumder M, McCarthy MM, González Della Valle A. Complications after patello-femoral versus total knee replacement in the treatment of isolated patellofemoral osteoarthritis. A meta-analysis. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011. Ebrahimpour PB, Do HT, Bornstein LJ, Westrich GH. Relationship between demographic variables and preoperative pain and disability in 5,945 total joint arthroplasties at a single institution. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Egidy CC, Sherman SL, Macdessi SJ, Cross MB, Windsor RE. Long-term survivorship of a unicondylar knee replacement – a case report. Knee 2012. Gadinsky NE, Manuel JB, Lyman S, Westrich GH. Increased operating room time in patients with obesity during primary total knee arthroplasty: conflicts for scheduling. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012.

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Hozack WJ, Dorr LD, Ranawat CS. To our dear friend, Dick Rothman. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012.

Kim HJ, Fraser MR, Kahn B, Lyman S, Figgie MP. The efficacy of a thrombin-based hemostatic agent in unilateral total knee arthroplasty: a randomized controlled trial. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery 2012. Lee SS, Sharma AR, Choi BS, Jung JS, Chang JD, Park S, Salvati EA, Purdue EP, Song DK, Nam JS. The effect of TNFα secreted from macrophages activated by titanium particles on osteogenic activity regulated by WNT/BMP signaling in osteoprogenitor cells. Biomaterials 2012. Li XA, Iyer S, Cross MB, Figgie MP. Total joint replacement in adolescents: literature review and case examples. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2012. Mancuso CA, Pavlov H, Hays PL, Sculco TP. Symptoms associated with compartmental radiographic disease in hip arthroplasty patients. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011.


Mancuso CA, Ranawat AS, Meftah M, Koob TW, Ranawat CS. Properties of the patient administered questionnaires new scales measuring physical and psychological symptoms of hip and knee disorders. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Meftah M, Blum YC, Raja D, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Correcting fixed varus deformity with flexion contracture during total knee arthroplasty: the “inside-out” technique: AAOS Exhibit Selection. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Meftah M, Ebrahimpour PB, He C, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Preliminary clinical and radiographic results of large ceramic heads on highly cross-linked polyethylene. Orthopedics 2011. Meftah M, Jhurani A, Bhat JA, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. The effect of patellar replacement technique on patellofemoral complications and anterior knee pain. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Meftah M, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. In reply. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Meftah M, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Ten-year follow-up of a rotating-platform, posterior-stabilized total knee arthroplasty. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Meftah M, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Safety and efficacy of a rotating-platform, high-flexion knee design three- to five-year follow-up. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Meftah M, Ranawat AS, Sood AB, Rodriguez JA, Ranawat CS. All-polyethylene tibial implant in young, active patients: a concise follow-up, 10 to 18 years. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Meftah M, Rodriquez JA, Panagopoulos G, Alexiades MM. Longterm results of arthroscopic labral debridement: predictors of outcomes. Orthopedics 2011.

Nam D, Rebolledo BJ, Su EP. The safety and efficacy of one-stage bilateral metal-on-metal hip resurfacing arthroplasty. Hip International 2012. Osagie LE, Figgie MP, Bostrom MP. Custom total hip arthroplasty in skeletal dysplasia. International Orthopaedics 2011. Padgett DE, Kinkel S. Cancellous impaction grafting in femoral revision THA. Orthopedics 2011. Poultsides LA, Ghomrawi HM, Lyman S, Aharonoff GB, Mancuso CA, Sculco TP. Change in preoperative expectations in patients undergoing staged bilateral primary total knee or total hip arthroplasty. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Poultsides LA, González Della Valle A, Memtsoudis SG, Ma Y, Roberts T, Sharrock N, Salvati EA. Meta-analysis of cause of death following total joint replacement using different thromboprophylaxis regimens. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Br) 2012. Ranawat AS, Golish SR, Miller MD, Caldwell PE 3rd, Singanamala N, Treme G, Costic R, Hart JM, Sekiya JK. Modes of failure of knotted and knotless suture anchors in an anthroscopic bankart repair model with the capsulolabral tissues intact. The American Journal of Orthopedics 2011. Ranawat AS, Tsalilis P, Meftah M, Koob TW, Rodriguez JA, Ranawat CS. Minimum 5-year wear analysis of first-generation highly cross-linked polyethylene in patients 65 years and younger. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Ranawat CS, Meftah M, Potter HG, Ranawat AS. The posterior approach in THR: assuring capsular stability. Orthopedics 2011. Ranawat CS, Rothman RH. The ideal patient advocate. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011.

Meftah M, Wong AC, Nawabi DH, Yun RJ, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Pain management after total knee arthroplasty using a multimodal approach. Orthopedics 2012.

Rebolledo BJ, Nam D, Cross MB, Green DW, Sculco TP. Familial association of femoral trochlear dysplasia with recurrent bilateral patellar dislocation. Orthopedics 2012.

Mella C, del Río J, Lara J, Parodi D, Moya L, Schmidt-Hebbel A, Boettner F. Arthroscopy after hip joint injury. Case studies and indications. Der Unfallchirurg 2012.

Rodriguez JA, Deshmukh AJ, Klauser WU, Rasquinha VJ, Lubinus P, Ranawat CS. Patterns of osseointegration and remodeling in femoral revision with bone loss using modular tapered fluted titanium stems. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011.

Nam D, Cross MB, Deshmane P, Jerabek S, Kang M, Mayman DJ. Radiographic results of an accelerometer-based handheld surgical navigation system for the tibial resection in total knee arthroplasty. Orthopedics 2011. Nam D, Cross MB, Plaskos C, Sherman S, Mayman DJ, Pearle AD. The effect of medial condylar bone loss of the knee on coronal plane stability. A cadaveric study. Knee 2011. Nam D, Dy CJ, Cross MB, Kang MN, Mayman DJ. Cadaveric results of an accelerometer based, extramedullary navigation system for the tibial resection in total knee arthroplasty. Knee 2011. Nam D, Nawabi DH, Cross MB, Heyse TJ, Mayman DJ. Accelerometer-based computer navigation for performing the distal femoral resection in total knee arthroplasty. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012.

Santoro C, Goldberg I, Bridey F, Figgie MP, Karila-Israel D, Haviland K, Mackenzie CR, Dimichele DM. Successful hip arthroplasty in an adult male with severe factor XI deficiency using Hemoleven®, a factor XI concentrate. Haemophilia 2011. Sculco TP. Anterior approach in THA improves outcomes: opposes. Orthopedics 2011. Sedrakyan A, Paxton EW, Phillips C, Namba R, Funahashi T, Barber T, Sculco TP, Padgett DE, Wright TM, Marinac-Dabic D. The International Consortium of Orthopaedic Registries: Overview and Summary. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Simesen-De Bielke H, González Della Valle A, Salvati EA. Cemented stems in hip arthroplasty: history and evolution. Acta Ortopedica Mexicana 2011.

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2011-2012 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Siverling S, Felix I, Chow SB, Niedbala E, Su EP. Hip resurfacing: Krych AJ, Richman D, Drakos MC, Barnes RP, Cammisa FP, not your average hip replacement. Current Reviews in Warren RF. Epidural steroid injection for lumbar disc Musculoskeletal Medicine 2012. herniation in NFL athletes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2011. Su EP, Su SL. Metal on metal surface replacement: a triumph of hope over reason: opposes. Orthopedics 2011.

Suero EM, Citak M, Cross MB, Bosscher MR, Ranawat AS, Pearle AD. Effects of tibial slope changes in the stability of fixed bearing medical unicompartmental arthroplasty in anterior cruciate ligament deficient knees. Knee 2011. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Gladnick BP, Nguyen JT, Sculco TP, Cornell CN, Lane JM. Does vitamin D status affect the attainment of in-hospital functional milestones after total hip arthroplasty? The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Vasudevan A, DiCarlo EF, Wright TM, Chen D, Figgie MP, Goldring SR, Mandl LA. Cellular response to prosthetic wear debris differs in patients with and without rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis & Rheumatism 2012. Westrich GH, Bornstein L, Brause BD, Salvati EA. Historical perspective on two-stage reimplantation for infection after total hip arthroplasty at Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City. American Journal of Orthopedics 2011. Foot and Ankle Service

Bader L, Park K, Gu Y, O’Malley MJ. Functional outcome of endoscopic plantar fasciotomy. Foot & Ankle International 2012. Drakos MC, Feeley BT, Barnes RP, Muller M, Burruss TP, Warren RF. Lower cervical posterior element fractures in the national football league: a report of 2 cases and a review of the literature. Neurosurgery 2011. Ellis SJ. Determining the talus orientation and deformity of planovalgus feet using multiplanar 3d axial imaging. AOFAS Symposium: peritalar instability. Foot & Ankle International 2011. Ellis SJ, Williams BR, Garg R, Campbell G, Pavlov H, Deland JT. Incidence of plantar lateral foot pain before and after the use of trial metal wedges in lateral column lengthening. Foot & Ankle International 2011. Ellis SJ, Williams BR, Pavlov H, Deland JT. Results of anatomic lateral ankle ligament reconstruction with anterior tibial tendon allograft. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Fansa AM, Murawski CD, Imhauser CW, Nguyen JT, Kennedy JG. Autologous osteochondral transplantation of the talus partially restores contact mechanics of the ankle joint. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Kennedy JG, Murawski CD. The treatment of osteochondral lesions of the talus with autologous osteochondral plug transplantation – surgical technique and the clinical results of 72 patients. Cartilage 2011.

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Lamb J, Murawski CD, Deyer TW, Kennedy JG. Chevron-type medial malleolar osteotomy: a functional, radiographic and quantitative T2-mapping MRI analysis. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2012.

Lee KT, Kim KC, Park YU, Park SM, Lee YK, Deland JT. Midterm outcome of modified Kidner procedure. Foot & Ankle International 2012. Murawski CD, Duke GL, Deyer TW, Kennedy JG. Bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) as a biological adjunct to the surgical treatment of osteochondral lesions of the talus. Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery 2011. Murawski CD, Egan CJ, Kennedy JG. A rotational scarf osteotomy decreases troughing when treating hallux valgus. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Murawski CD, Kennedy JG. Bone marrow aspirate concentrate and platelet-rich plasma as biological adjuncts to the surgical treatment of osteochondral lesions of the talus. Techniques in Orthopaedics 2011. Oh IC, Williams BR, Ellis SJ, Kwon DJ. Deland JT. Reconstruction of the symptomatic idiopathic flexible flatfoot in young adults. Foot & Ankle International 2011. O’Malley MJ, Chu CR. Arthroscopic optical coherence tomography in diagnosis of early arthritis. Minimally Invasive Surgery 2011. Rao S, Song J, Kraszewski A, Backus S, Ellis SJ, Deland JT, Hillstrom HJ. The effect of foot structure on 1st metatarsophalangeal joint flexibility and hallucal loading. Gait & Posture 2011. Reinhardt KR, Oh LS, Schottel P, Roberts MM, Levine DS. Treatment of lisfranc fracture-dislocations with primary partial arthrodesis. Foot & Ankle International 2012. Shindle MK, Endo Y, Warren RF, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Schwartz EN, Ellis SJ. Stress fractures of the foot and ankle. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2012. Tellisi N, Deland JT, Rozbruch SR. Gradual reduction of chronic fracture dislocation of the ankle using Ilizarov/Taylor Spatial Frame. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Yadeau JT, Paroli L, Kahn RL, Jules-Elysee KM, Lasala VR, Liu SS, Lin E, Powell K, Buschiazzo VL, Wukovits B, Roberts MM, Levine DS. Addition of pregabalin to multimodal analgesic therapy following ankle surgery: a randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 2012.


Hand and Upper Extremity Service

Crisco JJ, Heard WM, Rich RR, Paller DJ, Wolfe SW. The mechanical axes of the wrist are oriented obliquely to the anatomical axes. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Dy CJ, Daluiski A, Do HT, Hernandez-Soria A, Marx R, Lyman S. The epidemiology of reoperation after flexor tendon repair. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2012.

Lee SK, Wisser JR. Restoration of pinch in intrinsic muscles of the hand. Hand Clinics 2012. Leung N, Lee SK. Viral infections of the hand. Current Orthopaedic Practice 2011. Mao L, Chen H, Liu G, Peng Z, Chen W, Kang L, Liao S. Flow injection analysis method for hygienic examination of volatile phenol compounds in the air of residential area. Wei Sheng Yan Jiu 2011.

Dy CJ, Hernandez-Soria A, Ma Y, Roberts TR, Daluiski A. Complications after flexor tendon repair: a systematic review and O’Shea K, Feinberg JH, Wolfe SW. Imaging and electrodiagnostic work-up of acute adult brachial plexus injuries. The Journal of meta-analysis. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2012. Hand Surgery (Eur) 2011. Dy CJ, Young KC, Carlson MG. The maximum distal and ulnar Puhaindran ME, Chou J, Forsberg JA, Athanasian EA. Major position of a fixed-angle volar plate to avoid intra-articular upper-limb amputations for malignant tumors. The Journal of penetration: a cadaver study. The Journal of Hand Surgery Hand Surgery (Am) 2012. (Eur) 2012. Edwards-Bennett SM, Straus D, Athanasian EA, Yahalom J. Extranodal malt lymphoma of the right triceps muscle following influenza vaccine injection: a rare case with an interesting presentation. International Scholarly Research Network Hematology 2011. Gay DM, Lyman S, Do H, Hotchkiss RN, Marx RG, Daluiski A. Indications and reoperation rates for total elbow arthroplasty: an analysis of trends in New York State. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Gyuricza C, Carlson MG, Weiland AJ, Wolfe SW, Hotchkiss RN, Daluiski A. Removal of locked volar plates after distal radius fractures. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2011. Hannon MG, Lee SK. Extravasation injuries. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2011. Jones KJ, Dodson CC, Osbahr DC, Parisien RL, Weiland AJ, Altchek DW, Allen AA. The docking technique for lateral ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction: surgical technique and clinical outcomes. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Kim S, Lee SK. Snowboard wrist guards – use, efficacy, and design. A systematic review. Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases 2011. Krych AJ, Kohen RB, Rodeo SA, Barnes RP, Warren RF, Hotchkiss RN. Acute brachialis muscle rupture caused by closed elbow dislocation in a professional American football player. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Lee AT, Daluiski A. Osteoarthritis of the elbow. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2012. Lee SK. In reply. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2012. Lee SK, Desai H, Silver B, Dhaliwal G, Paksima N. Comparison of radiographic stress views for scapholunate dynamic instability in a cadaver model. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2011.

Puhaindran ME, Cordeiro PG, Disa JJ, Mehrara BJ, Athanasian EA. Full-thickness skin graft after nail complex resection for malignant tumors. Techniques in Upper Hand Extremity Surgery 2011. Puhaindran ME, Rohde RS, Chou J, Morris CD, Athanasian EA. Clinical outcomes for patients with soft tissue sarcoma of the hand. Cancer 2011. Puhaindran ME, Rothrock CP, Athanasian EA. Surgical management for malignant tumors of the thumb. Hand 2011. Rainbow MJ, Crisco JJ, Moore DC, Kamal RN, Laidlaw DH, Akelman E, Wolfe SW. Elongation of the dorsal carpal ligaments: a computational study of in vivo carpal kinematics. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2012. Schrumpf MA, Lee AT, Weiland AJ. Foreign-body reaction and osteolysis induced by an intraosseous poly-L-lactic acid suture anchor in the wrist: case report. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2011. Stock H, Perino G, Athanasian EA. Leiomyoma of the foot: sonographic features with pathologic correlation. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Stoecklein HH, Garg R, Wolfe SW. Surface replacement arthroplasty of the proximal interphalangeal joint using a volar approach: case series. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2011. Taylor SA, Osei DA, Jain S, Weiland AJ. Digital artery pseudoaneurysm following percutaneous trigger thumb release: a case report. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Wolfe SW, Barrie KA, Merrell GA. Letter regarding “Influence of locking stitch size in a four-strand cross-locked cruciate flexor tendon repair.” The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2012.

Lee SK, Fajardo M, Kardashian G, Klein J, Tsai P, Christoforou D. Repair of flexor digitorum profundus to distal phalanx: a biomechanical evaluation of four techniques. The Journal of Hand Surgery (Am) 2011.

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2011-2012 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service

Ashfaq K, Fragomen AT, Rozbruch SR. Correction of proximal tibia varus with external fixation. Accepted for publication. The Journal of Knee Surgery 2011. Harbacheuski R, Fragomen AT, Rozbruch SR. Does lengthening and then plating (LAP) shorten duration of external fixation? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Horn D, Fragomen AT, Rozbruch SR. Supramalleolar osteotomy using the Taylor Spatial Frame. Foot & Ankle International 2011. Kim HJ, Fragomen AT, Reinhardt K, Hutson JJ, Rozbruch SR. Lengthening of the femur over an existing intramedullary nail. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Mahboubian S, Seah M, Schachter L, Fragomen AT, Rozbruch SR. Lengthening over nail (LON) versus intramedullary skeletal kinetic distraction (ISKD) for femoral lengthening. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Palatnik Y, Rozbruch SR. Femoral reconstruction using external fixation. Advanced Orthopedics 2011.

Carmel AS, Shieh A, Bang H, Bockman RS. The 25(OH)D level needed to maintain a favorable bisphosphonate response is ≥33 ng/ml. Osteoporosis International 2012. Cole JH, van der Meulen MC. Whole bone mechanics and bone quality. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. DiCarlo EF, Kahn LB. Inflammatory diseases of the bones and joints. Seminars in Diagnostic Pathology 2011. Donnelly E, Meredith DS, Nguyen JT, Boskey AL. Bone tissue composition varies across anatomic sites in the proximal femur and the iliac crest. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 2011. Donnelly E, Meredith DS, Nguyen JT, Gladnick BP, Rebolledo BJ, Shaffer AD, Lorich DG, Lane JM, Boskey AL. Reduced cortical bone compositional heterogeneity with bisphosphonate treatment in postmenopausal women with intertrochanteric and subtrochanteric fractures. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 2012. Dy CJ, Dossous PM, Ton QV, Hollenberg JP, Lorich DG, Lane JM. The medical orthopaedic trauma service: an innovative multidisciplinary team model that decreases in-hospital complications in patients with hip fractures. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011.

Rozbruch SR, Schachter L, Bigman D, Marx RG. Growth arrest of the tibia after ACL reconstruction: lengthening and deformity Dy CJ, Lamont LE, Ton QV, Lane JM. Sex and gender correction with the Taylor Spatial Frame. The American Journal considerations in male patients with osteoporosis. Clinical of Sports Medicine 2011. Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Sabharwal S, Rozbruch SR. What’s new in limb lengthening Dy CJ, McCollister KE, Lubarsky DA, Lane JM. An economic and deformity correction. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery evaluation of a systems-based strategy to expedite surgical (Am) 2011. treatment of hip fractures. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Tellisi N, Deland JT, Rozbruch SR. Gradual reduction of fracture dislocation of the ankle using Ilizarov/Taylor Spatial Frame. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Volpi AD, Fragomen AT. Percutaneous distraction lengthening in brachymetacarpia. Orthopedics 2011. Metabolic Bone Disease/ Musculoskeletal Oncology Service

Bargman, R, Posham R, Boskey AL, DiCarlo E, Raggio CL, Pleshko N. Comparable outcomes in fracture reduction and bone properties with RANKL inhibition and alendronate treatment in a mouse model of osteogenesis imperfecta. Osteoporosis International 2012. Bockman RS, Zapalowski C, Kiel DP, Adler RA. Commentary on calcium supplements and cardiovascular events. Journal of Clinical Densitometry 2012. Boskey AL, Christensen B, Taleb H, Sørensen ES. Posttranslational modification of osteopontin: effects on in vitro hydroxyapatite formation and growth. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2012. Calton EF, Macleay J, Boskey AL. Fourier transform infrared imaging analysis of cancellous bone in alendronate- and raloxifene-treated osteopenic sheep. Cells, Tissues, Organs 2011.

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(Am) 2011.

Erdem I, Truumees E, van der Meulen MC. Simulation of the behavior of the L1 vertebra for different material properties and loading conditions. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 2011. Farooki A, Leung V, Tala H, Tuttle RM. Skeletal-related events due to bone metastases from differentiated thyroid cancer. The Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism 2012. Gade TP, Motley MW, Beattie BJ, Bhakta R, Boskey AL, Koutcher JA, Mayer-Kuckuk, P. Imaging of alkaline phosphatase activity in bone tissue. PloS One 2011. Goldberg M, Kulkarni AB, Young M, Boskey AL. Dentin: structure, composition and mineralization. Frontiers in Bioscience (Elite edition) 2011. Goldring SR, Scanzello CR. Plasma proteins take their toll on the joint in osteoarthritis. Arthritis Research & Therapy 2012. Lane JM. Bisphosphonate use for ≥5 years increased risk for subtrochanteric or femoral shaft fractures. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Lane JM. Osteoporosis and fracture risk. Orthopedics 2011. Lin-Su K, Harbison MD, Lekarev O, Vogiatzi MG, New MI. Final adult height in children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia treated with growth hormone. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 2011.


Loeser RF, Goldring SR, Scanzello CR, Goldring MB. Osteoarthritis: a disease of the joint as an organ. Arthritis & Rheumatism 2012. Lynch ME, Main RP, Xu Q, Schmicker TL, Schaffler MB, Wright TM, van der Meulen MC. Tibial compression is anabolic in the adult mouse skeleton despite reduced responsiveness with aging. Bone 2011. Mait JE, Perino G, Unnanuntana A, Chang TL, Doty S, Schneider R, Lane JM. Multimodality treatment of a multifocal osteoblastoma-like tumor of the lower extremity. Skeletal Radiology 2012. Paschalis EP, Tatakis DN, Robins S, Fratzl P, Manjubala I, Zoehrer R, Gamsjaeger S, Buchinger B, Roschger A, Phipps R, Boskey AL, Dall’Ara E, Varga P, Zysset P, Klaushofer K, Roschger P. Lathyrism-induced alterations in collagen cross-links influence the mechanical properties of bone material without affecting the mineral. Bone 2011. Paul O, Barker JU, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Functional and radiographic outcomes of intertrochanteric hip fractures treated with calcar reduction, compression, and trochanteric entry nailing. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011 . Prasad M, Zhu Q, Sun Y, Wang X, Kulkarni A, Boskey AL, Feng JQ, Qin C. Expression of dentin sialophosphoprotein in non-mineralized tissues. The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry 2011. Puhaindran ME, Farooki A, Steensma MR, Hameed M, Healey JH, Boland PJ. Atypical subtrochanteric femoral fractures in patients with skeletal malignant involvement treated with intravenous bisphosphonates. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Unnanuntana A, Lane JM. A comprehensive approach to fragility fractures. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Unnanuntana A, Lane JM. Bilateral pathologic hip fractures associated with antiretroviral therapy: a case report. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Reumann MK, Strachna O, Yagerman S, Torrecilla D, Kim J, Doty SB, Lukashova L, Boskey AL, Mayer-Kuckuk P. Loss of transcription factor early growth response gene 1 results in impaired endochondral bone repair. Bone 2011. Scanzello CR, Goldring SR. The role of synovitis in osteoarthritis pathogenesis. Bone 2012. Shindle MK, Endo Y, Warren RF, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Schwartz EN, Ellis SJ. Stress fractures about the tibia, foot, and ankle. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2012. Sinha N, Shieh A, Stein EM, Strain G, Schulman A, Pomp A, Gagner M, Dakin G, Christos P, Bockman RS. Increased PTH and 1.25(OH)(2)D levels associated with increased markers of bone turnover following bariatric surgery. Obesity 2011.

Unnanuntana A, Ashfaq K, Ton QV, Kleimeyer JP, Lane JM. The effect of long-term alendronate treatment on cortical thickness of the proximal femur. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Unnanuntana A, Mait JE, Shaffer AD, Lane JM, Mancuso CA. Performance-based tests and self-reported questionnaires provide distinct information for the preoperative evaluation of total hip arthroplasty patients. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Gladnick BP, Nguyen JT, Sculco TP, Cornell CN, Lane JM. Does vitamin D status affect the attainment of in-hospital functional milestones after total hip arthroplasty? The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Khair MM, DiCarlo EF, Lane JM. Diseases affecting bone quality: beyond osteoporosis. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Unnanuntana A, Ton QV, Kleimeyer JP, Nguyen JT, Lane JM. A fracture does not adversely affect bone mineral density responses after teriparatide treatment. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Vasudevan A, DiCarlo EF, Wright T, Chen D, Figgie MP, Goldring SR, Mandl LA. Cellular response to prosthetic wear debris differs in patients with and without rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis & Rheumatism 2012. Verdelis K, Lukashova L, Atti E, Mayer-Kuckuk P, Peterson MG, Tetradis S, Boskey AL, van der Meulen MC. MicroCT morphometry analysis of mouse cancellous bone: intra- and inter-system reproducibility. Bone 2011. Wang D, Goldring SR. The bone, the joints and the Balm of Gilead. Molecular Pharmacology 2011. Wang Q, Rozelle AL, Lepus CM, Scanzello CR, Song JJ, Larsen DM, Crish JF, Bebek G, Ritter SY, Lindstrom TM, Hwang I, Wong HH, Punzi L, Encarnacion A, Shamloo M, Goodman SB, Wyss-Coray T, Goldring SR, Banda NK, Thurman JM, Gobezie R, Crow MK, Holers VM, Lee DM, Robinson WH. Identification of a central role for complement in osteoarthritis. Nature Medicine 2011. Whyte MP, Wenkert D, Demertzis JL, Dicarlo EF, Westenberg E, Mumm S. Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva: Middle-age onset of heterotopic ossification from a unique missense mutation (c.974G > C, p.G325A) in ACVR1. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 2011. Wilde GE, Miller TT, Schneider R, Girardi FP. Sacral fractures after lumbosacral fusion: a characteristic fracture pattern. American Journal of Roentgenology 2011. Yuan F, Quan LD, Cui L, Goldring SR, Wang D. Development of macromolecular prodrug for rheumatoid arthritis. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 2012. Zhu W, Liang G, Huang Z, Doty SB, Boskey AL. Conditional inactivation of the CXCR4 receptor in osteoprecursors reduces postnatal bone formation due to impaired osteoblast development. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 2011.

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Orthopaedic Trauma Service

Bakhru P, Park B, Umans H, DiFelice GS, Tobin K. MRI of broken bioabsorbable crosspin fixation in hamstring graft reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. Skeletal Radiology 2011. Berkes MB, Little MT, Lazaro LE, Cymerman RM, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Catastrophic failure after open reduction internal fixation of femoral neck fractures with a novel locking plate implant. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2012. Cooper HJ, Milillo R, Klein DA, DiFelice GS. The MRI geyser sign: acromioclavicular joint cysts in the setting of a chronic rotator cuff tear. American Journal of Orthopedics 2011. DiFelice GS, Lissy M, Haynes P. Surgical technique: when to arthroscopically repair the torn posterior cruciate ligament. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Donnelly E, Meredith DS, Nguyen JT, Gladnick BP, Rebolledo BJ, Shaffer AD, Lorich DG, Lane JM, Boskey AL. Reduced cortical bone compositional heterogeneity with bisphosphonate treatment in postmenopausal women with intertrochanteric and subtrochanteric fractures. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 2012. Dy CJ, Dossous PM, Ton QV, Hollenberg JP, Lorich DG, Lane JM. The Medical Orthopaedic Trauma Service – an innovative multidisciplinary team model that decreases in-hospital complications in patients with hip fractures. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Dy CJ, McCollister KE, Lubarsky DA, Lane JM. An economic evaluation of a systems-based strategy to expedite surgical treatment of hip fractures. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Favre P, Kloen P, Helfet DL, Werner CML. Superior versus anteroinferior plating of the clavicle: a finite element study. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Farrelly E, Ferrari L, Roland D, DiFelice GS. Reimplantation of an extruded osteoarticular segment of the distal tibia in a 14-year-old girl. Case report and review of the literature. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2012. Helfet DL, Hanson BP. What’s usable and what’s missing in evidence-based medicine for fracture management. Guest editorial. American Journal of Orthopaedics 2011. Hettrich CM, Neviaser A, Beamer BS, Paul O, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Locked plating of the proximal humerus using an endosteal implant. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2012.

Kloen P, Helfet DL, Lorich DG, Paul O, Brouwer KM, Ring D. Temporary joint-spanning external fixation before internal fixation of open intra-articular distal humeral fractures: a staged protocol. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2012. Krych AJ, Lorich DG, Kelly BT. Treatment of focal osteochondral defects of the acetabulum with osteochondral allograft transplantation. Orthopedics 2011. Lane JM. Bisphosphonate use for ≥5 years increased risk for subtrochanteric or femoral shaft fractures. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Lane JM. Osteoporosis and fracture risk. Orthopedics 2011. Mait JE, Perino G, Unnanuntana A, Chang TL, Doty S, Schneider R, Lane JM. Multimodality treatment of a multifocal osteoblastoma-like tumor of the lower extremity. Skeletal Radiology 2012. Miller AN, Prasarn ML, Dyke JP, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Quantitative assessment of vascularity of the talus using gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Neviaser A, Hettrich CM, Dines JS, Beamer BS, Lorich DG. Endosteal strut augment reduces complications associated with proximal humeral locking plates. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Neviaser A, Hettrich CM, Dines JS, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Rate of avascular necrosis following proximal humeral fractures treated with a lateral locking plate and an endosteal implant. Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery 2011. Paul O, Barker JU, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Function and radiographic outcomes of intertrochanteric hip fractures treated with calvar reduction, compression and trochanteric entry nailing. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2012. Prasarn ML, Ahn J, Paul O, Morris EM, Kalondiak SP, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. Dual plating of the distal plating of the distal third of the humeral shaft. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Unnanuntana A, Lane JM. A comprehensive approach to fragility fractures. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Unnanuntana A, Lane JM. Bilateral pathologic hip fractures associated with antiretroviral therapy: a case report. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Scheyerer MJ, Helfet DL, Wirth S, Werner CM. Diagnostics in suspicion of ankle syndesmotic injury. American Journal of Orthopedics 2011.

Shindle MK, Endo Y, Warren RF, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Schwartz EN, Hettrich CM, Paul O, Neviaser AS, Borsting E, Lorich DG. The Ellis SJ. Stress fractures about the tibia, foot, and ankle. Journal of anterolateral approach to the proximal humerus for nonunions and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2012. delayed unions. International Journal of Shoulder Surgery 2011. Unnanuntana A, Ashfaq K, Ton QV, Kleimeyer JP, Lane JM. Jeffcoat DM, Carroll EA, Huber FG, Goldman AT, Miller AN, The effect of long-term alendronate treatment on cortical Lorich DG, Helfet DL. Operative treatment of acetabular thickness of the proximal femur. Clinical Orthopaedics and fractures in an older population through a limited ilioinguinal Related Research 2012. approach. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2012.

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Unnanuntana A, Mait JE, Shaffer AD, Lane JM, Mancuso CA. Performance-based tests and self-reported questionnaires provide distinct information for the preoperative evaluation of total hip arthroplasty patients. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Gladnick BP, Nguyen JT, Sculco TP, Cornell CN, Lane JM. Does vitamin D status affect the attainment of in-hospital functional milestones after total hip arthroplasty? The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Khair MM, DiCarlo EF, Lane JM. Diseases affecting bone quality: beyond osteoporosis. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Unnanuntana A, Ton QV, Kleimeyer JP, Nguyen JT, Lane JM. A fracture does not adversely affect bone mineral density responses after teriparatide treatment. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Pediatric Orthopaedic Service

Bargman R, Posham R, Boskey AL, DiCarlo E, Raggio CL, Pleshko N. Comparable outcomes in fracture reduction and bone properties with RANKL inhibition and alendronate treatment in a mouse model of osteogenesis imperfecta. Osteoporosis International 2012. Dy CJ, Cross MB, Osbahr DC, Parks ML, Green DW. What opportunities are available for resident involvement in national orthopedic and subspecialty societies? Orthopedics 2011. Fabricant PD, Admoni SH, Green DW, Ipp LS, Widmann RF. Return to athletic activity after posterior spinal fusion for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: analysis of independent predictors. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 2012. Fabricant PD, Osbahr DC, Green DW. Management of a rare complication after screw fixation of a pediatric tibial spine avulsion fracture: a case report with follow-up to skeletal maturity. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Kepler CK, Meredith DS, Green DW, Widmann RF. Long-term outcomes after posterior spine fusion for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2012. Kepler CK, Pavlov H, Herzog RJ, Rawlins BA, Endo Y, Green DW. Comparison of a fluoroscopic 3-dimensional imaging system and conventional CT in detection of pars fractures in the cadaveric lumbar spine. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2011. Kim HJ, Green DW. Spondylolysis in the adolescent athlete. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Nam D, Cross MB, Green DW, Sculco TP. Familial association of femoral trochlear dysplasia with recurrent bilateral patellar dislocation. Orthopedics 2012. Sink EL, Beaulé PE, Sucato D, Kim YJ, Millis MB, Dayton M, Trousdale RT, Sierra RJ, Zaltz I, Schoenecker P, Monreal A, Clohisy J. Multicenter study of complications following surgical dislocation of the hip. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011.

Sink EL, Hyman JE, Matheny T, Georgopoulos G, Kleinman P. Child abuse: the role of the orthopaedic surgeon in nonaccidental trauma. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Sink EL, Leunig M, Zaltz I, Gilbert JC, Clohisy J; Academic Network for Conservational Hip Outcomes Research Group. Reliability of a complication classification system for orthopaedic surgery. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Thomas A, Kepler CK, Meyers K, Green DW, Wright TM, Rawlins BA. The effect of sacral decortication on lumbosacral fixation in a calf spine model. Spine 2011. Yagerman SE, Cross MB, Green DW, Scher DM. Pediatric orthopedic conditions in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease: a literature review. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2012. Scoliosis Service

Bargman R, Posham R, Boskey AL, Dicarlo E, Raggio CL, Pleshko N. Comparable outcomes in fracture reduction and bone properties with RANKL inhibition and alendronate treatment in a mouse model of osteogenesis imperfecta. Osteoporosis International 2011. Boachie-Adjei O, Cho W, King AB. Axial lumbar interbody fusion (AxiaLIF) approach for adult scoliosis. European Spine Journal 2012. Boachie-Adjei O, Papadopoulos EC, Pellisé F, Cunningham ME, Perez-Grueso FS, Gupta M, Lonner B, Paonessa K, King A, Sacramento C, Kim HJ, Mendelow M, Yazici M. Late treatment of tuberculosis-associated kyphosis: literature review and experience from a SRS-GOP site. European Spine Journal 2012. Bowles RD, Gebhard HH, Dyke JP, Ballon DJ, Tomasino A, Cunningham ME, Härtl R, Bonassar LJ. Image-based tissue engineering of a total intervertebral disc implant for restoration of function to the rat lumbar spine. NMR in Biomedicine 2012. Dy CJ, Cross MB, Osbahr DC, Parks ML, Green DW. What opportunities are available for resident involvement in national orthopedic and subspecialty societies? Orthopedics 2011. Fabricant PD, Admoni SH, Green DW, Ipp LS, Widmann RF. Return to athletic activity after posterior spinal fusion for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: analysis of independent predictors. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 2012. Fleischer GD, Kim YJ, Ferrara LA, Freeman AL, Boachie-Adjei O. Biomechanical analysis of sacral screw strain and range of motion in long posterior spinal fixation constructs: effects of lumbosacral fixation strategies in reducing sacral screw strains. Spine 2012. Ipp L, Flynn P, Blanco JS, Green DW, Boachie-Adjei O, Kozich J, Chan G, Denneen J, Widmann RF. The findings of preoperative cardiac screening studies in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 2011. Issack PS, Boachie-Adjei O. Surgical correction of kyphotic deformity in spinal tuberculosis. International Orthopedics 2012.

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Kepler CK, Meredith DS, Green DW, Widmann RF. Long-term outcomes after posterior spine fusion for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2012. Kim HJ, Kepler C, Cunningham ME, Rawlins BA, Boachie-Adjei O. Pulmonary embolism in spine surgery: a comparison of combined anterior/posterior approach versus posterior approach surgery. Spine 2011. Kim HJ, Walcott-Sapp S, Adler RS, Pavlov H, Boachie-Adjei O, Westrich GH. Thromboembolic complications following spine surgery assessed with spiral ct scans: DVT/PE following spine surgery. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Kim HJ, Yagi M, Nyugen J, Cunningham ME, Boachie-Adjei O. Combined anterior-posterior surgery is the most important risk factor for developing proximal junctional kyphosis in idiopathic scoliosis. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Kepler CK, Pavlov H, Herzog RJ, Rawlins BA, Endo Y, Green DW. Comparison of a fluoroscopic 3-dimensional imaging system and conventional CT in detection of pars fractures in the cadaveric lumbar spine. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2012. Lafage V, Ames C, Schwab F, Klineberg E, Akbarnia B, Smith J, Boachie-Adjei O, Burton D, Hart R, Hostin R, Shaffrey C, Wood K, Bess S; International Spine Study Group. Changes in thoracic kyphosis negatively impact sagittal alignment after lumbar pedicle subtraction osteotomy: a comprehensive radiographic analysis. Spine 2012.

Schwab FJ, Patel A, Shaffrey CI, Smith JS, Farcy JP, BoachieAdjei O, Hostin RA, Hart RA, Akbarnia BA, Burton DC, Bess S, Lafage V. Sagittal realignment failures following pedicle subtraction osteotomy surgery: are we doing enough? Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine 2012. Smith JS, Sansur CA, Donaldson WF 3rd, Perra JH, Mudiyam R, Choma TJ, Zeller RD, Knapp DR Jr, Noordeen HH, Berven SH, Goytan MJ, Boachie-Adjei O, Shaffrey CI. Short-term morbidity and mortality associated with correction of thoracolumbar fixed sagittal plane deformity: a report from the scoliosis research society morbidity and mortality committee. Spine 2011. Yagi M, King AB, Boachie-Adjei O. Characterization of osteopenia/osteoporosisin adult scoliosis: does bone density affect surgical outcome? Spine 2011. Yagi M, King AB, Boachie-Adjei O. Incidence, risk factors and classification of proximal junctional kyphosis: surgical outcomes review of adult idiopathic scoliosis. Spine 2011. Yaszay B, O’Brien M, Shufflebarger HL, Betz RR, Lonner B, Shah SA, Boachie-Adjei O, Crawford A, Letko L, Harms J, Gupta MC, Sponseller PD, Abel MF, Flynn J, Issack PS, BoachieAdjei O. Surgical correction of kyphotic deformity in spinal tuberculosis. International Orthopaedics 2011. Yoshihara H, Kepler C, Hasegawa K, Rawlins BA. Surgical treatment for atlantooccipital osteoarthritis: a case report of two patients. European Spine Journal 2011.

Lafage V, Bharucha NJ, Schwab F, Hart RA, Burton D, BoachieAdjei O, Smith JS, Hostin R, Shaffrey C, Gupta M, Akbarnia BA, Bess S. Multicenter validation of a formula predicting postoperative spinopelvic alignment. Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine 2012.

Spine Service

Macagno A, Newton PO. Efficacy of hemivertebra resection for congenital scoliosis: a multicenter retrospective comparison of three surgical techniques. Spine 2011.

Dy CJ, Dossous PM, Ton QV, Hollenberg JP, Lorich DG, Lane JM. The medical orthopaedic trauma service: an innovative multidisciplinary team model that decreases in-hospital complications in patients with hip fractures. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011.

Meredith DS, Kepler CK, Huang RC, Brause BD, Boachie-Adjei O. Postoperative infections of the lumbar spine: presentation and management. International Orthopaedics 2012. Mo F, Cunningham ME. Pediatric scoliosis. Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine 2011. Sansur CA, Smith JS, Coe JD, Glassman SD, Berven SH, Polly DW Jr, Perra JH, Boachie-Adjei O, Shaffrey CI. Scoliosis research society morbidity and mortality of adult scoliosis surgery. Spine 2011. Schwab FJ, Hawkinson N, Lafage V, Smith JS, Hart R, Mundis G, Burton DC, Line B, Akbarnia B, Boachie-Adjei O, Hostin R, Shaffrey CI, Arlet V, Wood K, Gupta M, Bess S, Mummaneni PV; International Spine Study Group. Risk factors for major peri-operative complications in adult spinal deformity surgery: a multi-center review of 953 consecutive patients. European Spine Journal 2012.

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Botolin S, Puttlitz C, Baldini T, Petrella A, Burger E, Abjornson C, Patel V. Facet joint biomechanics at the treated and adjacent levels after total disc replacement. Spine 2011.

Dy CJ, Lamont LE, Ton QV, Lane JM. Sex and gender considerations in male patients with osteoporosis. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Dy CJ, McCollister KE, Lubarsky DA, Lane JM. An economic evaluation of a systems-based strategy to expedite surgical treatment of hip fractures. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Girardi FP, Gogia J, Kotwal S, Memtsoudis SG, Pumberger M. Spinal surgery – an update. European Musculoskeletal Review 2011. Kennedy C, Leonard M, Devitt A, Girardi FP, Cammisa FP. Efficacy of preoperative autologous blood donation for elective posterior lumbar spinal surgery. Spine 2011. Kepler CK, Bogner EA, Herzog RJ, Huang RC. Anatomy of the psoas muscle and lumbar plexus with respect to the surgical approach for lateral transpsoas interbody fusion. European Spine Journal 2011.


Kepler CK, Huang RC, Meredith D, Kim JH, Sharma AK. Omega-3 and fish oil supplements do not cause increased bleeding during spinal decompression surgery. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2012.

Martin S, Ghanayem AJ, Tzermiadianos MN, Voronov LI, Havey RM, Renner SM, Carandang G, Abjornson C, Patwardhan AG. Kinematics of cervical total disc replacement adjacent to a two-level, straight versus lordotic fusion. Spine 2011.

Kepler CK, Huang RC, Meredith D, Cunningham ME, BoachieAdjei O. Delayed pleural effusion after anterior thoracic spinal fusion using bone morphogenetic protein-2. Spine 2011.

Memtsoudis SG, Bombardieri AM, Ma Y, Girardi FP. The effect of low versus high tidal volume ventilation on inflammatory markers in healthy individuals undergoing posterior spine fusion in the prone position: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 2011.

Kepler CK, Huang RC, Sharma AK, Meredith DS, Metitiri O, Sama AA, Girardi FP, Cammisa FP. Factors influencing segmental lumbar lordosis after lateral transpsoas interbody fusion. Orthopaedic Surgery 2012.

Memtsoudis SG, Kirksey M, Ma Y, Chiu YL, Mazumdar M, Pumberger M, Girardi FP. Metabolic syndrome and lumbar spine Kepler CK, Sharma AK, Huang RC. Lateral transpsoas interbody fusion surgery: epidemiology and perioperative outcomes. fusion (LTIF) with plate fixation and unilateral pedicle screws: a Spine 2011. preliminary report. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2011. Meredith DS, Kepler CK, Hirsch B, Nguyen J, Farmer JC, Girardi FP, O’Leary PF, Cammisa FP. The effect of omega-3 fatty-acid Kepler CK, Sharma AK, Huang RC, Meredith DS, Girardi FP, Cammisa FP, Sama AA. Indirect foraminal decompression after supplements on perioperative bleeding following posterior spinal arthrodesis. European Spine Journal 2012. lateral transpsoas interbody fusion. Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine 2012.

Kotwal S, Pumberger M, Hughes AP, Girardi FP. Degenerative scoliosis: a review. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Koutsomboulis S, Hughes A, Girardi FP, Cammisa FP, Finerty EA, Gausden E, Sama AA. Risk factors for postoperative infection following posterior lumbar instrumented arthrodesis. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Krych AJ, Richman D, Drakos M, Barnes R, Cammisa FP, Warren RF. Epidural steroid injection for lumbar disc herniation in NFL athletes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2011. Lane JM. Bisphosphonate use for ≼5 years increased risk for subtrochanteric or femoral shaft fractures. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Lane JM. Osteoporosis and fracture risk. Orthopedics 2011. Lebl DR, Bono CM, Metkar US, Grottkau BE, Wood KB. Bioabsorbable anterior cervical plate fixation for single-level degenerative disorders: early clinical and radiographic experience. The Spine Journal 2011. Lebl DR, Cammisa FP, Girardi FP, Wright TM, Abjornson C. In vivo functional performance of failed prodisc-l devices-retrieval analysis of lumbar total disc replacements. Spine 2012. Lebl DR, Sama AA, Pumberger M, Kotwal S, Cammisa FP, Girardi FP. Reamed transacral interbody fusion for l5-s1 pseudoarthrosis: a novel salvage technique in 10 patients. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2012. Lyons AS, Sherman BP, Puttlitz CM, Patel VV, Abjornson C, Turner AS, Seim HB 3rd, Burger EL, Lindley EM. Failure of resorbable plates and screws in an ovine model of anterior cervical discectomy and fusion. The Spine Journal 2011. Mait JE, Perino G, Unnanuntana A, Chang TL, Doty S, Schneider R, Lane JM. Multimodality treatment of a multifocal osteoblastoma-like tumor of the lower extremity. Skeletal Radiology 2012.

Meredith DS, Kepler CK, Huang RC, Brause BD, Boachie-Adjei O. Postoperative infections of the lumbar spine: presentation and management. International Orthopaedics 2012. Passias PG, Ma Y, Chiu YL, Mazumdar M, Girardi FP, Memtsoudis SG. Comparative safety of simultaneous and staged anterior and posterior spinal surgery. Spine 2012.

Pumberger M, Chiu YL, Ma Y, Girardi FP, Mazumdar M, Memtsoudis SG. National in-hospital morbidity and mortality trends after lumbar fusion surgery between 1998 and 2008. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Br) 2012. Pumberger M, Chiu YL, Ma Y, Girardi FP, Vougioukas V, Memtsoudis SG. Perioperative mortality after lumbar spinal fusion surgery: an analysis of epidemiology and risk factors. European Spine Journal 2012. Pumberger M, Gogia J, Hughes AP, Kotwal SY, Girardi FP, Sama AA. Conventional manual discectomy versus powered discectomy for interbody fusion in the lumbar spine: cadaveric testing in forty levels. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2011. Pumberger M, Hughes AP, Huang RC, Sama AA, Cammisa FP, Girardi FP. Neurologic deficit following lateral lumbar interbody fusion. European Spine Journal 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Unnanuntana A, Lane JM. A comprehensive approach to fragility fractures. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2011. Rebolledo BJ, Unnanuntana A, Lane JM. Bilateral pathologic hip fractures associated with antiretroviral therapy: a case report. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Sharma A, Kepler C, Girardi FP, Cammisa FP, Huang RC, Sama AA. Lateral lumbar interbody fusion-clinical and radiographic outcome at one year. A preliminary report. Spinal Disorders & Techniques 2011. Shindle MK, Endo Y, Warren RF, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Schwartz EN, Ellis SJ. Stress fractures of the foot and ankle. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2012.

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Taher F, Essig D, Lebl DR, Hughes AP, Sama AA, Cammisa FP, Girardi FP. Lumbar degenerative disc disease – current and future concepts of diagnosis and management. Advances in Orthopedics 2012. Unnanuntana A, Ashfaq K, Ton QV, Kleimeyer JP, Lane JM. The effect of long-term alendronate treatment on cortical thickness of the proximal femur. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Unnanuntana A, Mait JE, Shaffer AD, Lane JM, Mancuso CA. Performance-based tests and self-reported questionnaires provide distinct information for the preoperative evaluation of total hip arthroplasty patients. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Gladnick BP, Nguyen JT, Sculco TP, Cornell CN, Lane JM. Does vitamin D status affect the attainment of in-hospital functional milestones after total hip arthroplasty? The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. Unnanuntana A, Rebolledo BJ, Khair MM, DiCarlo EF, Lane JM. Diseases affecting bone quality: beyond osteoporosis. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Unnanuntana A, Ton QV, Kleimeyer JP, Nguyen JT, Lane JM. A fracture does not adversely affect bone mineral density responses after teriparatide treatment. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Wilde GE, Miller TT, Schneider R, Girardi FP. Sacral fractures after lumbosacral fusion: a characteristic fracture pattern. American Journal of Roentgenology 2011. Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service

Adler RS, Johnson KM, Fealy S, Maderazo A, Gallo RA, Gamradt SC, Warren RF. Contrast-enhanced sonographic characterization of the vascularity of the repaired rotator cuff: utility of maximum intensity projection imaging. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine 2011. Arnoczky SP, Delos D, Rodeo SA. What is platelet-rich plasma? Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine 2011. Ayeni OR, Wong I, Chien T, Musahl V, Kelly BT, Bhandari M. Surgical indications for arthroscopic management of femoroacetabular impingement. Arthroscopy 2012. Backus SI, Tomlinson DP, Vanadurongwan B, Lenhofff MW, Cordasco FA, Chehab EL, Adler RS, Henn FR, Hillstrom HJ. A spectral analysis of rotator cuff musculature electromyographic activity: surface and indwelling. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Barber L, Koff MF, Virtue P, Lipman JP, Hotchkiss RJ, Potter HG. The use of MRI modeling to enhance osteochondral transfer in segmental Kienböck’s. Cartilage 2011. Bedi A, Dolan M, Hetsroni I, Magennis E, Lipman J, Buly RL, Kelly BT. Surgical treatment of femoroacetabular impingement improves hip kinematics: a computer-assisted model. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011.

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Bedi A, Dolan M, Magennis E, Lipman J, Buly R, Kelly BT. Computer-assisted modeling of osseous impingement and resection in femoroacetabular impingement. Arthroscopy 2012. Bedi A, Galano G, Walsh C, Kelly BT. Capsular management during hip arthroscopy: from femoroacetabular impingement to instability. Arthroscopy 2011. Bedi A, Kelly N, Baad M, Fox AJ, Ma Y, Warren RF, Maher SA. Dynamic contact mechanics of radial tears of the lateral meniscus: implications for treatment. Arthroscopy 2011. Bedi A, Maak T, Musahl V, O’Loughlin P, Choi D, Citak M, Pearle AD. Effect of tunnel position and graft size in single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: an evaluation of timezero knee stability. Arthroscopy 2011. Bedi A, Maak T, Walsh C, Rodeo S, Grande D, Dines DM, Dines JS. Cytokines in rotator cuff degeneraton and repair. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Bedi A, Zaltz I, De La Torre K, Kelly BT. Radiographic comparison of surgical hip dislocation and hip arthroscopy for treatment of cam deformity in femoroacetabular impingement. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Bedi A, Zbeda RM, Bueno VF, Downie B, Dolan M, Kelly BT. The incidence of heterotopic ossification after hip arthroscopy. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Berkes MB, Cross MB, Shindle MK, Bedi A, Kelly BT. Traumatic posterior hip instability and femoroacetabular impingement in athletes. The American Journal of Orthopedics 2012. Bhatia S, Bach B, Cole BJ, Verma N, Rodeo SA. Bony incorporation of soft tissue ACL allografts in an animal model: autograft versus allograft with low dose gamma irradiation. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Bhatia S, Bell R, Frank RM, Rodeo SA, Bach BR Jr, Cole BJ, Chubinskaya S, Wang VM, Verma NN. Bony incorporation of soft tissue anterior cruciate ligament grafts in an animal model: autograft versus allograft with low-dose gamma irradiation. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Birmingham PM, Kelly BT, Jacobs R, McGrady L, Wang M. The effect of dynamic femoroacetabular impingement on pubic symphysis motion: a cadaveric study. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Borchers JR, Kaeding CK, Pedroza AD, Huston LJ, Spindler KP, Wright RW, and the MARS Group (JA Hannafin, contributing author). Intra-articular findings in primary and revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery. A comparison of the MOON and MARS study groups. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Bowers AL, Bedi A, Lipman JD, Potter HG, Rodeo SA, Pearle AD, Warren RF, Altchek DW. Comparison of anterior cruciate ligament tunnel position and graft obliquity with transtibial and anteromedial portal femoral tunnel reaming techniques using high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging. Arthroscopy 2011.


Brophy RH, Wright RW, David TS, McCormack RG, Sekiya JK, Svoboda SJ, Huston LJ, Haas AK, Steger-May K; for the Multicenter ACL Revision Study (MARS) Group. Association between previous meniscal surgery and the incidence of chondral lesions at revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Cadet ER, Adler RS, Gallo RA, Gamradt SC, Warren RF, Cordasco FA, Fealy S. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound characterization of the vascularity of the repaired rotator cuff tendon: short-term and intermediate term follow-up. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Chu CR, Beynnon BD, Buckwalter JA, Garrett WE Jr, Katz JN, Rodeo SA, Spindler KP, Stanton RA. Closing the gap between bench and bedside research for early arthritis therapies (EARTH): report from the AOSSM/NIH U-13 Post-Joint Injury Osteoarthritis Conference II. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Chaudhury S, Delos D, Dines JS, Altchek DW. Arthroscopic subscapularis bankart technique as a salvage procedure for failed anterior shoulder stabilization: a technical note. Quadrant Healthcom, Inc. The American Journal of Orthopedics 2011. Chaudhury S, Dines JS, Delos D, Warren RF, Voigt C, Rodeo SA. The role of fatty infiltration in the pathophysiology and outcomes of rotator cuff tears. Arthritis Care & Research 2012. Chaudhury S, Gasinu S, Rodeo SA. Bilateral anterior and posterior glenohumeral stabilization using Achilles tendon allograft augmentation in a patient with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2012. Chaudhury S, Hobart SJ, Rodeo SA. Bilateral first rib stress fractures in a female swimmer: a case report. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2012. Chaudhury S, Rodeo SA. Biologic solutions to rotator cuff healing. Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Chehab EL, Flik KR, Vidal AF, Levinson M, Gallo RA, Altchek DW, Warren RF. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using achilles tendon allograft: an assessment of outcome for patients age 30 years and older. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Citak M, O’Loughlin PF, Citak M, Suero EM, Bosscher MR, Musahl V, Pearle AD. Influence of the valgus force during knee flexion in neutral rotation. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011. Coale RM, Hollister SJ, Dines JS, Allen AA, Bedi A. Anatomic considerations of transclavicular-transcoracoid drilling for coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2012. Conte SA, Thompson MM, Marks MA, Dines JS. Abdominal muscle strains in professional baseball: 1991-2010. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012.

Crawford DC, Deberardino TM, Williams RJ. NeoCart, an autologous cartilage tissue implant, compared with microfracture for treatment of distal femoral cartilage lesions: an FDA phase-II prospective, randomized clinical trial after two years. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Cross MB, Musahl V, Bedi A, O’Loughlin P, Hammoud S, Suero E, Pearle AD. Anteromedial versus central single-bundle graft position: which anatomic graft position to choose? Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011. Cross MB, Osbahr DC, Nam D, Reinhardt KR, Bostrom MP, Dines JS. An analysis of the hip and knee reconstruction section of the orthopaedic in-training examination. Orthopedics 2011. Del Buono A, Oliva F, Longo UG, Rodeo SA, Orchard J, Denaro V, Maffulli N. Metalloproteases and rotator cuff disease. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2012. Delos D, Murawski C, Kennedy J, Rodeo SA. Platelet-rich plasma for foot and ankle disorders in the athletic population. Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery 2011. Delos D, Rodeo SA. Enhancing meniscal repair through biology: platelet-rich plasma as an alternative strategy. Instructional Course Lectures 2011. DiBenedetto P, Citak M, Kendoff D, O’Loughlin PF, Suero EM, Pearle AD, Koulalis D. Arthroscopic mosaicplasty for osteochondral lesions of the knee: computer-assisted navigation versus freehand technique. Arthroscopy 2012. Dines JS, Altchek DW. Injuries in overhead athletes: editorial comment. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Dines JS, Jones KJ, Kahlenberg C, Rosenbaum A, Osbahr DC, Altchek DW. Elbow ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction in javelin throwers at a minimum 2-year follow-up. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Dorr LD, Jones RE, Padgett DE, Pagnano M, Ranawat AS, Trousdale RT. Robotic guidance in total hip arthroplasty: the shape of things to come. Orthopedics 2011. Dragomir CL, Scott JL, Perino G, Adler R, Fealy S, Goldring MB. Acute inflammation with induction of anaphylatoxin C5a and terminal complement complex C5b-9 associated with multiple intra-articular injections of hylan G-F 20: a case report. Osteoarthritis Cartilage 2012. Draovitch P, Edelstein J, Kelly BT. The layer concept: utilization in determining the pain generators, pathology and how structure determines treatment. Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine 2012. Encalada-Diaz I, Cole BJ, Macgillivray JD, Ruiz-Suarez M, Kercher JS, Friel NA, Valero-Gonzalez F. Rotator cuff repair augmentation using a novel polycarbonate polyurethane patch: preliminary results at 12 months’ follow-up. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Endo Y, Shubin Stein BE, Potter HG. Radiologic assessment of patellofemoral pain in the athlete. Sports Health 2011.

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Fabricant PD, Bedi A, De La Torre K, Kelly BT. Clinical outcomes after arthroscopic psoas lengthening: the effect of femoral version. Arthroscopy 2012. Fabricant PD, Maak TG, Cross MB, Kelly BT, Ayeni O, Bedi A, Lorich DG, Kelly BT. Avoiding complications in hip arthroscopy. Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine 2011. Fanelli GC, Stannard JP, Stuart MJ, Macdonald PB, Marx RG, Whelan DB, Boyd JL, Levy BA. Management of complex knee ligament injuries. Instructional Course Lectures 2011. Fox AJ, Bedi A, Deng XH, Ying L, Harris PE, Warren RF, Rodeo SA. Diabetes mellitus alters the mechanical properties of the native tendon in an experimental rat model. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 2011. Galano GJ, Suero EM, Citak M, Wickiewicz TL, Pearle AD. Relationship of native tibial plateau anatomy with stability testing in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011. Galley NK, Gleghorn JP, Rodeo SA, Warren RF, Maher SA, Bonassar LJ. Frictional properties of the meniscus improve after scaffold-augmented repair of partial meniscectomy: a pilot study. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Gallo RA, Gamradt SC, Mattern CJ, Cordasco FA, Craig EV, Dines DM, Warren RF. Instability after total shoulder replacement. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Gay DM, Lyman S, Do H, Hotchkiss RN, Marx RG, Daluiski A. Indications and reoperation rates for total elbow arthroplasty: an analysis of trends in New York State. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Gulotta LV. Tension required to repair rotator cuff is detrimental to muscle function: commentary on an article by Sandeep Mannava, MD, et al. Evaluation of in vivo rotator cuff muscle function after acute and chronic detachment of the supraspinatus tendon. An experimental study in an animal model. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Gulotta LV, Chaudhury S, Wiznia D. Stem cells for augmenting tendon repair. Stem Cells International 2012. Gulotta LV, Choi D, Marinello P, Knutson Z, Lipman J, Wright TM, Cordasco FA, Craig EV, Warren RF. Humeral component retroversion in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: a biomechanical study. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Gulotta LV, Choi D, Marinello P, Wright TM, Cordasco FA, Craig EV, Warren RF. Effects of humeral retroversion on the scaption ability following reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: a biomechancial study. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Gulotta LV, Kovacevic D, Cordasco FA, Packer J, Rodeo SA. Evaluation of the ability of the anti-TNFα drug PEG-sTNF-R1 to improve tendon-to-bone healing in a rat rotator cuff repair model. Arthroscopy 2011. Gulotta LV, Kovacevic D, Cordasco FA, Rodeo SA. Evaluation of tumor necrosis factor α blockade on early tendon-to-bone healing in a rat rotator cuff repair model. Arthroscopy 2011.

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Gulotta LV, Kovacevic D, Packer JD, Deng XH, Rodeo SA. Bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells transduced with scleraxis improve rotator cuff healing in a rat model. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Gulotta LV, Nho S, Dodson C, Adler R, Altchek DW, MacGillivray JD, and the HSS Arthroscopic RTC Repair Registry. Prospective evaluation of arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs at 5 years: part I – functional outcomes and radiographic healing rates. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Gulotta LV, Nho S, Dodson C, Adler R, Altchek DW, MacGillivray J, and the HSS Arthroscopic RTC Repair Registry. Prospective evaluation of arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs at 5 years: part II – prognostic factors for clinical and radiographic outcomes. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Gulotta LV, Padgett DE, Sculco TP, Urban M, Lyman S, Nestor BJ. Fast-track THR: one hospital’s experience with a two-day length of stay protocol for total hip replacement. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Gulotta LV, Rodeo SA. Emerging ideas: evaluation of stem cells genetically modified with scleraxis to improve rotator cuff healing. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Gulotta LV, Wiznia D, Cunningham ME, Fortier L, Maher S, Rodeo SA. What’s new in orthopaedic research. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Hammoud S, Bedi A, Magennis E, Meyers WC, Kelly BT. High incidence of athletic pubalgia symptoms in professional athletes with symptomatic femoroacetabular impingement. Arthroscopy 2012. Harris JD, Pedroza A, Jones GL; MOON (Multicenter Orthopedic Outcomes Network) Shoulder Group. Predictors of pain and function in patients with symptomatic, atraumatic full-thickness rotator cuff tears: a time-zero analysis of a prospective patient cohort enrolled in a structured physical therapy program. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Hash TW, Maderazo AB, Haas SB, Saboeiro GR, Trost DW, Potter HG. Magnetic resonance angiography in the management of recurrent hemarthrosis following total knee arthroplasty. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2011. Hayter CL, Koff MF, Shah P, Koch KM, Miller TT, Potter HG. MRI after arthroplasty: comparison of MAVRIC and conventional fast spin echo techniques. American Journal of Roentgenology 2011. Hayter C, Potter HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of cartilage repair techniques. Journal of Knee Surgery 2011. Hee CK, Dines JS, Dines DM, Roden CM, Wisner-Lynch LA, Turner AS, McGilvray KC, Lyons AS, Puttlitz CM, Santoni BG. Augmentation of a rotator cuff suture repair using rhPDGF-BB and a type I bovine collagen matrix in an ovine model. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011.


Hee CK, Dines JS, Solchaga LA, Shah V, Hollinger JO. Regenerative tendon and Ligament healing: opportunities with recombinant human platelet-derived growth Factor BB-homodimer (rhPDGF-BB). Tissue Engineering Part B 2011.

Kaeding CC, Aros B, Pedroza A, Pifel E, Amendola A, Andrish JT, Dunn WR, Marx RG, McCarty EC, Parker RD, Wright RW, Spindler KP. Allograft versus autograft anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: predictors of failure from Henn RF 3rd, Ghomrawi H, Rutledge JR, Mazumdar M, Mancuso a MOON prospective longitudinal cohort. Sports Health: A CA, Marx RG. Preoperative patient expectations of total shoulder Multidisciplinary Approach 2011. arthroplasty. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Karlsson J, Marx RG, Nakamura N, Bhandari M. ISAKOS Hetsroni I, Lillemoe K, Marx RG. Small medial meniscocapsular Scientific Committee Research Methods Handbook – A Practical Guide to Research: Design, Execution, and Publication. separations: a potential cause of chronic medial-side knee pain. Arthroscopy 2011. Arthroscopy 2011. Hettrich CM, Beamer BS, Bedi A, Deland K, Deng XH, Ying L, Lane J, Rodeo SA. The effect of rhPTH on the healing of tendon to bone in a rat model. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 2012. Hettrich CM, Rodeo SA, Hannafin JA, Ehteshami JR, Shubin Stein BE. The effect of muscle paralysis using Botox on the healing of tendon to bone in a rat model. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Heyse TJ, Chong LR, Davis J, Boettner F, Haas SB, Potter HG. MRI analysis of the component-bone interface after TKA. Knee 2011. Heyworth BE, Dolan MM, Nguyen JT, Chen NC, Kelly BT. Preoperative three-dimensional CT predicts intraoperative findings in hip arthroscopy. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. ISAKOS Scientific Committee, Audigé L, Ayeni OR, Bhandari M, Boyle BW, Briggs KK, Chan K, Chaney-Barclay K, Do HT, Ferretti M, Fu FH, Goldhahn J, Goldhahn S, Hidaka C, Hoang-Kim A, Karlsson J, Krych AJ, LaPrade RF, Levy BA, Lubowitz JH, Lyman S, Ma Y, Marx RG, Mohtadi N, Marcheggiani Muccioli GM, Nakamura N, Nguyen J, Poehling GG, Roberts LE, Rosenberg N, Shea KP, Sohani ZN, Soudry M, Voineskos S, Zaffagnini S; International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. A practical guide to research: design, execution, and publication. Arthroscopy 2011. Jones KJ, Dodson CC, Osbahr DC, Parisien RL, Weiland AJ, Altchek DW, Allen AA. The docking technique for lateral ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction: surgical technique and clinical outcomes. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Jones KJ, Osbahr DC, Schrumpf MA, Dines JS, Altchek DW. Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction in throwing athletes: a review of current concepts: AAOS Exhibit Selection. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Jost P, Dines JS, Griffith M, Angel M, Altchek DA, Dines, DM. Total shoulder arthroplasty utilizing mini-stem humeral components: technique and short-term results. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Jost P, Dy C, Robertson C, Kelly AM. Allograft use in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011.

Kelly BT, Bedi A, Robertson CM, Dela Torre K, Giveans MR, Larson CM. Alterations in internal rotation and alpha angles are associated with arthroscopic cam decompression in the hip. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Kepler CK, Bogner EA, Hammoud S, Malcolmson G, Potter HG, Green DW. Zone of injury of the medial patellofemoral ligament after acute patellar dislocation in children and adolescents. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Khair MM, Gulotta LV. Treatment of irreparable rotator cuff tears. Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine 2011. Klingenstein GG, Martin R, Kivlan B, Kelly BT. Hip injuries in the overhead athlete. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Kovacevic D, Fox AJ, Bedi A, Ying L, Deng XH, Warren RF, Rodeo SA. Calcium-phosphate matrix with or without TGF-β3 improves tendon-bone healing after rotator cuff repair. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Koch KM, Brau AC, Chen W, Gold GE, Hargreaves BA, Koff M, McKinnon GC, Potter HG, King KF. Imaging near metal with a MAVRIC-SEMAC hybrid. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 2011. Krych AJ, Harnly HW, Rodeo SA, Williams RJ. Activity levels are higher after osteochondral autograft transfer mosaicplasty than after microfracture for articular cartilage defects of the knee: a retrospective comparative study. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012.

Krych AJ, Kohen RB, Rodeo SA, Barnes RP, Warren RF, Hotchkiss RN. Acute brachialis muscle rupture caused by closed elbow dislocation in a professional American football player. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Krych AJ, Richman D, Drakos MC, Barnes RP, Cammisa FP, Warren RF. Epidural steroid injection for lumbar disc herniation in NFL athletes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2011. Krych AJ, Robertson CM, Williams RJ; the Cartilage Study Group. Return to athletic activity after osteochondral allograft transplantation in the knee. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Lopez V Jr, Galano GJ, Black CM, Gupta AT, James DE, Kelleher KM, Allen AA. Profile of an American amateur rugby union sevens series. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012.

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Lopez V Jr, Ma R, Li X, Steele J, Allen AA. Costal cartilage fractures and disruptions in a rugby football player. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 2012.

Network (MAHORN). The development and validation of a selfadministered quality-of-life outcome measure for young, active patients with symptomatic hip disease: the International Hip Lu N, Craig EV. Applications of biologic augmentations in rotator Outcome Tool (IHOT-33). Arthroscopy 2012. cuff repair. Zhongguo Gu Shang 2011. Moran CJ, Barry FP, Maher SA, Shannon FJ, Rodeo SA. Advancing regenerative surgery in orthopaedic sports medicine: Lyman S, Oh LS, Reinhardt KR, Mandl LA, Katz JN, Levy BA, the critical role of the surgeon. The American Journal of Sports Marx RG. Surgical decision making for arthroscopic partial meniscectomy in patients aged over 40 years. Arthroscopy 2012. Medicine 2012. Maak TG, Fabricant PD, Wickiewicz TL. Indications for meniscus repair. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 2012. Maak TG, Marx RG, Wickiewicz TL. Management of chronic tibial subluxation in the multiple-ligament injured knee. Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 2011. Maher SA, Rodeo SA, Potter HG, Bonassar LJ, Wright TM, Warren RF. A pre-clinical test platform for the functional evaluation of scaffolds for musculoskeletal defects: the meniscus. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011.

Nam D, Cross MB, Plaskos C, Sherman S, Mayman DJ, Pearle AD. The effect of medial condylar bone loss of the knee on coronal plane stability – a cadaveric study. Knee 2011.

Nam D, Maak TG, Raphael BS, Kepler CK, Cross MB, Warren RF. Rotator cuff tear arthropathy: evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment: AAOS exhibit selection. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Nam D, Macaulay A, Cross M, Shindle MK, Warren RF. Posterior cruciate ligament resection for ganglion cyst and associated ligament degeneration. The American Journal of Orthopedics 2011.

Mancuso CA, Ranawat AS, Meftah M, Koob TW, Ranawat CS. Properties of the patient administered questionnaires: new scales Nemani VM, Frank RM, Reinhardt KR, Pascual-Garrido C, Yanke AB, Drakos M, Warren RF. Popliteal venotomy during measuring physical and psychological symptoms of hip and posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in the setting of a knee disorders. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012. popliteal artery bypass graft. Arthroscopy 2012. Mauro CS, Hammoud S, Altchek DW. Ulnar collateral ligament Neviaser AS, Hettrich CM, Beamer BS, Dines JS, Lorich DG. tear and olecranon stress fracture nonunion in a collegiate Endosteal strut augment reduces complications associated with pitcher. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. proximal humeral locking plates. Clinical Orthopaedics and Marx RG. Complex knee ligament surgery: editorial comment. Related Research 2011. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012. Neviaser AS, Hettrich CM, Dines JS, Lorich DG. Rate of Marx RG, Hetsroni I. Surgical technique: medial collateral avascular necrosis following proximal humerus fractures treated ligament reconstruction using Achilles allograft for combined with a lateral locking plate and endosteal implant. Archives of knee ligament injury. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery 2011. Research 2012. Ng KW, Torzilli PA, Warren RF, Maher SA. Characterization of Meftah M, Blum YC, Raja D, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. a macroporous polyvinyl alcohol scaffold for the repair of focal Correcting fixed varus deformity with flexion contracture articular cartilage defects. Journal of Tissue Engineering and during total knee arthroplasty: the “inside-out” technique: AAOS Regenerative Medicine 2012. Exhibit Selection. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. Ng KW, Wanivenhaus F, Chen T, Abrams VD, Torzilli PA, Meftah M, Jhurani A, Bhat JA, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Warren RF, Maher SA. Differential cross-linking and radioThe effect of patellar replacement technique on patelloprotective effects of genipin on mature bovine and human patella femoral complications and anterior knee pain. The Journal of tendons. Cell Tissue Bank 2012. Arthroplasty 2011. Ng KW, Wanivenhaus F, Hsu HC, Allon AA, Abrams VD, Meftah M, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Ten-year follow-up of a Torzilli PA, Warren RF, Maher SA. A novel macroporous rotating-platform, posterior-stabilized total knee arthroplasty. polyvinyl alcohol scaffold promotes chondrocyte migration and The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2012. interface formation in an in vitro cartilage defect model. Tissue Engineering Part A 2012. Meftah M, Wong AC, Nawabi DH, Yun RJ, Ranawat AS, Ranawat CS. Pain management after total knee arthroplasty Nho SJ, Magennis EM, Singh CK, Kelly BT. Outcomes after the using a multimodal approach. Orthopedics 2012. arthroscopic treatment of femoroacetabular impingement in a mixed group of high-level athletes. The American Journal of Mohtadi NG, Griffin DR, Pedersen ME, Chan D, Safran MR, Sports Medicine 2011. Parsons N, Sekiya JK, Kelly BT, Werle JR, Leunig M, McCarthy JC, Martin HD, Byrd JW, Philippon MJ, Martin RL, Guanche CA, Clohisy JC, Sampson TG, Kocher MS, Larson CM; Multicenter Arthroscopy of the Hip Outcomes Research

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Noyes FR, Chen RC, Westin SB, Potter HG. Greater than 10-year results of red-white longitudinal meniscus repairs in patients 20 years of age or younger. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. O’Brien SJ. Thermal shrinkage for shoulder instability. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011.

Ranawat CS, Meftah M, Potter HG, Ranawat AS. The posterior approach in THR: assuring capsular stability. Orthopedics 2011. Raphael BS, Maak T, Cross MB, Plaskos C, Wickiewicz TL, Amis A, Pearle AD. From wall graft to roof graft: reassessment of femoral posterior cruciate ligament positioning. The American Journal of Orthopedics 2011.

Osbahr DC, Cross MB, Taylor SA, Bedi A, Dines DM, Dines JS. An analysis of the shoulder and elbow section of the orthopedic in-training examination. American Journal of Orthopedics 2012.

Reinhardt KR, Hammoud S, Bowers AL, Umunna BP, Cordasco FA. Revision ACL reconstruction in skeletally mature athletes younger than 18 years. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2012.

Osbahr DC, Dines JS, Rosenbaum AJ, Nguyen JT, Altchek DW. Does posteromedial chondromalacia reduce rate of return to play after ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011.

Rodeo SA, Delos D, Williams RJ, Adler RS, Pearle A, Warren RF. The effect of platelet-rich fibrin matrix on rotator cuff tendon healing: a prospective, randomized clinical study. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012.

Petrigliano FA, Lane CG, Suero EM, Allen AA, Pearle AD. Posterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral corner deficiency results in a reverse pivot shift. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011.

Roos EM, Engelhart L, Ranstam J, Anderson AF, Irrgang JJ, Marx RG, Tegner Y, Davis AM. ICRS recommendation document: patient-reported outcome instruments for use in patients with articular cartilage defects. Cartilage 2011.

Petrigliano FA, Musahl V, Suero EM, Citak M, Pearle AD. Effect of meniscal loss on knee stability after single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011.

Schrumpf M, Maak T, Hammoud S, Craig EV. The glenoid in total shoulder arthroplasty. Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine 2011.

Petrigliano FA, Suero EM, Voos JE, Pearle AD, Allen AA. The effect of proximal tibial slope on dynamic stability testing of the posterior cruciate ligament- and posterolateral corner-deficient knee. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Potter HG. Commentary on an article by Richard B. Frobell, PhD: Change in cartilage thickness, posttraumatic bone marrow lesions, and joint fluid volumes after acute ACL disruption: a two-year prospective MRI study of sixty-one subjects. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Potter HG, Jain SK, Ma Y, Black BR, Fung S, Lyman S. Cartilage injury following acute, isolated ACL tear: immediate and longitudinal effect with clinical/MRI follow up. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Rakovac M, Smoljanovic T, Bojanic I, Hannafin JA, Hren D, Thomas P. Body size changes in elite junior rowers: 1997-2007. Collegium Antropologicum 2011. Ranawat AS, Golish SR, Miller MD, Caldwell PE, Singanamala N, Treme G, Costic R, Hart JM, Sekiya JK. Modes of failure of knotted and knotless suture anchors in an arthroscopic bankart repair model with the capsulolabral tissues intact. The American Journal of Orthopedics 2011. Ranawat AS, Tsailis P, Meftah M, Koob TW, Rodriguez JA, Ranawat CS. Minimum 5-year wear analysis of first-generation highly cross-linked polyethylene in patients 65 years and younger. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012.

Shindle MK, Chen CC, Robertson C, DiTullio AE, Paulus MC, Clinton CM, Cordasco FA, Rodeo SA, Warren RF. Full-thickness supraspinatus tears are associated with more synovial inflammation and tissue degeneration than partial-thickness tears. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Shindle MK, Endo Y, Warren RF, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Schwartz EN, Ellis SJ. Stress fractures about the tibia, foot, and ankle. Journal of the Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2012. Shindle MK, Nho SJ, Nam D, MacGillivray JD, Cordasco FA, Adler RS, Altchek DW, Warren RF. Technique for margin convergence in rotator cuff repair. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011. Suero EM, Citak M, Choi D, Bosscher MR, Citak M, Pearle AD, Plaskos C. Software for compartmental translation analysis and virtual three-dimensional visualization of the pivot shift phenomenon. Computer Aided Surgery 2011. Suero EM, Citak M, Cross MB, Bosscher MR, Ranawat AS, Pearle AD. Effects of tibial slope changes in the stability of fixed bearing medial unicompartmental arthroplasty in anterior cruciate ligament deficient knees. Knee 2011. Suero EM, Citak M, Kraneburg UM, Pearle AD, Kendoff DO. Robotic-assisted unicompartmental knee arthroplasty in a patient with combined medial compartment arthritis and subchondral defect of the medial femoral condyle. Knee 2012. Suero EM, Plaskos C, Dixon PL, Pearle AD. Adjustable cutting blocks improve alignment and surgical time in computer-assisted total knee replacement. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011.

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Tanaka M, Vyas D, Moloney G, Bedi A, Pearle AD, Musahl V. What does it take to have a high-grade pivot shift? Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2012. Toth AP, Warren RF, Petrigliano FA, Doward DA, Cordasco FA, Altchek DW, Trattnig S, Winalski CS, Marlovits S, Jurvelin JS, Welsch GH, Potter HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of cartilage repair: a review. Cartilage 2011.

Cole JH, van der Meulen MC. Whole bone mechanics and bone quality. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Cotter MM, Loomis DA, Simpson SW, Latimer B, Hernandez CJ. Human evolution and osteoporosis-related spinal fractures. PLoS One 2011.

Erdem I, Truumees E, van der Meulen MC. Simulation of the behaviour of the L1 vertebra for different material properties and Voos JE, Dines JS, Dines DM. Arthroplasty for fractures of the loading conditions. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and proximal part of the humerus. Instructional Course Lectures 2011. Biomedical Engineering 2011. Voos JE, Mauro CS, Wente T, Warren RF, Wickiewicz TL. Posterior cruciate ligament: anatomy, biomechanics, and outcomes. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Voos JE, Suero EM, Citak M, Petrigliano FP, Bosscher MR, Citak M, Wickiewicz TL, Pearle AD Effect of tibial slope on the stability of the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2011. Wolf BR, Britton CL, Vasconcellos DA, Spencer EE. For the moon shoulder group. Agreement in the classification and treatment of the superior labrum. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Wright V, Attia E, Bohnert K, Brown H, Bhargava M, Hannafin JA. Activation of MKK3/6, SAPK, and ATF-2/c-jun in ACL fibroblasts grown in 3 dimension collagen gels in response to application of cyclic strain. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 2011. Department of Biomechanics

Bedi A, Dolan M, Hetsroni I, Magennis E, Lipman J, Buly R, Kelly BT. Surgical treatment of femoroacetabular impingement improves hip kinematics: a computer-assisted model. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Bedi A, Dolan M, Magennis E, Lipman J, Buly R, Kelly BT. Computer-assisted modeling of osseous impingement and resection in femoroacetabular impingement. Arthroscopy 2012. Bedi A, Kelly N, Baad M, Fox AJ, Ma Y, Warren RF, Maher SA. Dynamic contact mechanics of radial tears of the lateral meniscus: implications for treatment. Arthroscopy 2012. Bonsignore LA, Colbrunn RW, Tatro JM, Messerschmitt PJ, Hernandez CJ, Goldberg VM, Stewart MC, Greenfield EM. Surface contaminants inhibit osseointegration in a novel murine model. Bone 2011. Bowers AL, Bedi A, Lipman JD, Potter HG, Rodeo SA, Pearle AD, Warren RF, Altchek DW. Comparison of anterior cruciate ligament tunnel position and graft obliquity with transtibial and anteromedial portal femoral tunnel reaming techniques using high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging. Arthroscopy 2011. Chevillotte C, Trousdale RT, An KN, Padgett DE, Wright TM. Retrieval analysis of squeaking ceramic implants: are there related specific features? Orthopaedics & Traumatology: Surgery & Research 2012.

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Fansa AM, Murawski CD, Imhauser CW, Nguyen JT, Kennedy JG. Autologous osteochondral transplantation of the talus partially restores contact mechanics of the ankle joint. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2011. Galley NK, Gleghorn JP, Rodeo SA, Warren RF, Maher SA, Bonassar LJ. Frictional properties of the meniscus improve after scaffold-augmented repair of partial meniscectomy: a pilot study. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Goff MG, Slyfield CR, Kummari SR, Tkachenko EV, Fischer SE, Yi YH, Jekir MG, Keaveny TM, Hernandez CJ. Threedimensional characterization of resorption cavity size and location in human vertebral trabecular bone. Bone 2012. Goldring SR, Wright TM. Frontiers in osteoarthritis: executive summary of the osteoarthritis summit. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2012. Gulotta LV, Choi D, Marinello P, Knutson Z, Lipman J, Wright TM, Cordasco FA, Craig EV, Warren RF. Humeral component retroversion in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: a biomechanical study. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2011. Gulotta LV, Wiznia D, Cunningham ME, Fortier L, Maher S, Rodeo SA. What’s new in orthopaedic research. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011. Hernandez CJ, Ramsey DS, Dux SJ, Chu EH, Rimnac CM. Irradiation does not modify mechanical properties of cancellous bone under compression. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Lebl DR, Cammisa FP, Girardi FP, Wright TM, Abjornson C. In vivo functional performance of failed prodisc-l devices-retrieval analysis of lumbar total disc replacements. Spine 2012. Liang B, Cotter MM, Chen D, Hernandez CJ, Zhou G. Ectopic expression of SOX9 in osteoblasts alters bone mechanical properties. Calcified Tissue International 2012. Lynch ME, Main RP, Xu Q, Schmicker TL, Schaffler MB, Wright TM, van der Meulen MC. Tibial compression is anabolic in the adult mouse skeleton despite reduced responsiveness with aging. Bone 2011. Maher SA, Rodeo SA, Potter HG, Bonassar LJ, Wright TM, Warren RF. A pre-clinical test platform for the functional evaluation of scaffolds for musculoskeletal defects: the meniscus. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2011.


Moran CJ, Barry FP, Maher SA, Shannon FJ, Rodeo SA. Advancing regenerative surgery in orthopaedic sports medicine: the critical role of the surgeon. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2012. Ng KW, Torzilli PA, Warren RF, Maher SA. Characterization of a macroporous polyvinyl alcohol scaffold for the repair of focal articular cartilage defects. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 2012. Ng KW, Wanivenhaus F, Chen T, Abrams VD, Torzilli PA, Warren RF, Maher SA. Differential cross-linking and radioprotective effects of genipin on mature bovine and human patella tendons. Cell Tissue Bank 2012. Ng KW, Wanivenhaus F, Hsu HC, Allon AA, Abrams VD, Torzilli PA, Warren RF, Maher SA. A novel macroporous polyvinyl alcohol scaffold promotes chondrocyte migration and interface formation in an in vitro cartilage defect model. Tissue Engineering Part A 2012. Schroder DT, Kelly NH, Wright TM, Parks ML. Retrieved highly crosslinked UHMWPE acetabular liners have similar wear damage as conventional UHMWPE. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2011. Sedrakyan A, Paxton EW, Phillips C, Namba R, Funahashi T, Barber T, Sculco TP, Padgett DE, Wright TM, Marinac-Dabic D. The International Consortium of Orthopaedic Registries: overview and summary. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Am) 2011.

Thomas A, Kepler CK, Meyers K, Green DW, Wright TM, Rawlins BA. The effect of sacral decortication on lumbosacral fixation in a calf spine model. Spine 2011. Vasudevan A, DiCarlo EF, Wright T, Chen D, Figgie MP, Goldring SR, Mandl LA. Cellular response to prosthetic wear debris differs in patients with and without rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis & Rheumatism 2012. Verdelis K, Lukashova L, Atti E, Mayer-Kuckuk P, Peterson MG, Tetradis S, Boskey AL, van der Meulen MC. MicroCT morphometry analysis of mouse cancellous bone: intra- and inter-system reproducibility. Bone 2011. Wright TM. Biomechanical factors in osteoarthritis: the effects of joint instability. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2012. Wright TM, Goldring S. Reaching consensus and highlighting future directions for research: The Osteoarthritis Summit Breakout Sessions. HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery 2012. Wright TM, Stoller AP, Mimnaugh KL, Mason JJ. Bilateral patellar component shear failure of highly cross-linked polyethylene components: report of a case and laboratory analysis of failure mechanisms. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012.

Slyfield CR, Tkachenko EV, Fischer SE, Ehlert KM, Yi IH, Jekir MG, O’Brien RG, Keaveny TM, Hernandez CJ. Mechanical failure begins preferentially near resorption cavities in human vertebral cancellous bone under compression. Bone 2012. Slyfield CR, Tkachenko EV, Wilson DL, Hernandez CJ. Threedimensional dynamic bone histomorphometry. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 2012. Spiller KL, Maher SA, Lowman AM. Hydrogels for the repair of articular cartilage defects. Tissue Engineering Part B 2011. Spiller KL, Liu Y, Holloway JL, Maher SA, Cao Y, Liu W, Zhou G, Lowman AM. A novel method for the direct fabrication of growth factor-loaded microspheres within porous nondegradable hydrogels: controlled release for cartilage tissue engineering. Journal of Controlled Release 2012. Stern LC, Brinkman JG, Furmanski J, Rimnac CM, Hernandez CJ. Near-terminal creep damage does not substantially influence fatigue life under physiological loading. Journal of Biomedical Engineering 2011. Stulberg BN, Heyse TJ, Chen DX, Kelly N, Boettner F, Wright TM, Haas SB. Matched-pair total knee arthroplasty retrieval analysis: oxidized zirconium vs. CoCrMo. Knee 2011. Stulberg BN, Wright TM, Stoller AP, Mimnaugh KL, Mason JJ. Bilateral patellar component shear failure of highly crosslinked polyethylene components: report of a case and laboratory analysis of failure mechanisms. The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012.

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Hospital for Special Surgery 2011-2012 Orthopaedic Surgery Graduating Residents

Front row, from left: Dr. Demetris Delos, Dr. Mark A. Schrumpf, Dr. Thomas P. Sculco, Dr. Mathias P. Bostrom, Dr. Constantine A. Demetracopoulos, Dr. Dennis S. Meredith, Dr. Edward V. Craig; back row, from left: Dr. Kristofer J. Jones, Dr. Curtis A. Mina, Dr. Keith R. Reinhardt, Dr. Denis Nam, Dr. Michael B. Cross

Academic Leadership Thomas P. Sculco, MD, Surgeon-in-Chief Mathias P. Bostrom, MD, Program Director, Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program Edward V. Craig, MD, MPH, Associate Program Director, Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program Alejandro Leali, MD, PGY-1 Faculty Mentor 2011-2012 Orthopaedic Surgery Graduating Residents Michael B. Cross, MD, Joint Replacement Surgery Fellowship, Rush University Medical Center Demetris Delos, MD, Sports Medicine Fellowship, Hospital for Special Surgery Constantine A. Demetracopoulos, MD, Foot and Ankle Fellowship, Duke University Hospital Kristofer J. Jones, MD, Sports Medicine Fellowship, Hospital for Special Surgery Dennis S. Meredith, MD, Spine Fellowship, The Rothman Institute at Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson University Curtis A. Mina, MD, Spine Fellowship, Norton Leatherman Spine Center Denis Nam, MD, Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Fellowship, Hospital for Special Surgery Keith R. Reinhardt, MD, Arthroplasty Fellowship, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Mark A. Schrumpf, MD, Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship, California Pacific Medical Center Nancy Kane Bischoff Mentor Award Bernard A. Rawlins, MD Samuel Delgado, CST, Award for Outstanding Educator and Mentor to Residents in the OR Kathleen Forson, CST Richard S. Laskin, MD, Young Attending Award Anil S. Ranawat, MD Jean C. McDaniel Award for Professionalism, Ethics and Peer Leadership Michael B. Cross, MD Lewis Clark Wagner, MD, Award for Excellence in Orthopaedic Clinical/Translational Research Keith R. Reinhardt, MD Intra-articular Continuously-Infused Ropivacaine vs. Epidural Plus Femoral Nerve Block for Pain Control Following Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blinded Trial Russell F. Warren, MD, Award for Excellence in Orthopaedic Basic/Translational Research Michael B. Cross, MD Parathyroid Hormone and Alendronate Reduce Fractures and Alter Bone Quality in an oim/oim Mouse Model of Osteogenesis Imperfecta Philip D. Wilson, Jr., MD, Teaching Award Charles N. Cornell, MD 54 | Department of Orthopaedic Surgery


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Hospital for Special Surgery 2011-2012 Orthopaedic Surgery Graduating fellows

Front row, center: Dr. John S. Blanco, Chair, Fellowship Committee, Dr. Thomas P. Sculco, Surgeon-in-Chief, and Dr. Mathias P. Bostrom, Academic Director and Program Director, Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program

Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Division Thomas J. Heyse, MD Stephen Kayiaros, MD Bryan R. King, MD, PhD Nader A. Nassif, MD Danyal H. Nawabi, FRCS (Ortho) Jay J. Patel, MD Christine Marie Pui, MD Adam J. Rana, MD Center for Hip Preservation Gregory G. Klingenstein, MD Foot and Ankle Service HaydĂŠe C. Brown, MD Amgad Mohammed Haleem Ahmed Amin, MBBCh, MS Omar Saleem, MD, MSPT Hand and Upper Extremity Service Ashley C. Cogar, MD Edward S. Moon, MD Tan Meng Kiat David, MBBS Michael C. Vance, MD Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service Neville Brian Flowers, MD, MPT Raul A. Kuchinad, MD, FRCSC Metabolic Bone Disease/ Musculoskeletal Oncology Service Anish Govind Radhakrishnan Potty, MBBS, MRCS

Stavros Niarchos Foundation International Fellowship Theophanis Vasilakakos, MD Orthopaedic Trauma Service Louis Francis Amorosa, Jr., MD Olivia C. Lee, MD Christopher Searles Smith, MD Pediatric Orthopaedic Service Emmanouil Morakis, MD Scoliosis/Spine Service Woojin Cho, MD, PhD David A. Essig, MD Michael Joseph Faloon, MD, MS (John R. Cobb Fellowship) Andrew S. Lee, MD, PhD Abhijit Yuvaraj Pawar, MBBS, MS Gangadhara Naga Raghavendran Seethala, MBBS, MS Gbolabo Sokunbi, MD Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service Michael Angeline, MD Albert O. Gee, MD Xinning Li, MD Travis Gardner Maak, MD Burak Yagmur Ozturk, MD Cecilia Pascual Garrido, MD Miho Jean Tanaka, MD Bryan August Warme, MD

Philip D. Wilson, MD, Award for Excellence in Orthopaedic Surgery Research Danyal H. Nawabi, FRCS (Ortho) Unexplained Pain in Failed Metal-on-Metal Hip Arthroplasty: A Retrieval, Histological and Imaging Analysis

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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Surgeon-in-Chief Thomas P. Sculco, MD 212.774.2478

Chair, Fellowship Committee John S. Blanco, MD 646.797.8366

Clinical Director Charles N. Cornell, MD 212.606.1414

Orthopaedic Research Director Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD 212.606.1469

Academic Director and Program Director, Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program Mathias P. Bostrom, MD 212.606.1674

Faculty Development Director Scott W. Wolfe, MD 212.606.1529

Orthopaedic Surgery Services

Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Division Douglas E. Padgett, MD, Chief, Hip Service 212.606.1642

Pediatric Orthopaedic Service Roger F. Widmann, MD, Chief 212.606.1325

Steven B. Haas, MD, Chief, Knee Service 212.606.1852

Scoliosis Service Oheneba Boachi-Adjei, MD, Chief 212.606.1948

Mark P. Figgie, MD, Chief, Surgical Arthritis Service 212.606.1932 Foot and Ankle Service Jonathan T. Deland, MD, Chief 212.606.1665 Hand and Upper Extremity Service Edward A. Athanasian, MD, Chief 212.606.1962

Spine Service Frank P. Cammisa, Jr., MD, Chief 212.606.1946 Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service David W. Altchek, MD, Co-Chief 212.606.1909 Scott A. Rodeo, MD, Co-Chief 212.606.1513

Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service Adult Ambulatory Care Center S. Robert Rozbruch, MD, Chief Alejandro Leali, MD, Medical Director 212.606.1415 212.606.1433 Metabolic Bone Disease/ Musculoskeletal Oncology Service Department of Biomechanics Joseph M. Lane, MD, Chief Timothy M. Wright, PhD, Director 212.606.1172 212.606.1093 Orthopaedic Trauma Service David L. Helfet, MD, Chief 212.606.1888

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Research Division Steven R. Goldring, MD, Chief Scientific Officer 212.606.2394


around the world in many ways Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

From its home base in New York City, the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Hospital for Special Surgery is extending its reach to the far corners of the world. The Department’s commitment to sharing its expertise in musculoskeletal health is demonstrated through global initiatives that are improving the lives of patients, advancing the skills of physicians, and establishing collaborations that serve as a conduit of best practices and outstanding outcomes the world over.

Dr. Scott Rodeo, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service and Chair of the USA Swimming Sports Medicine Committee (left), and John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS, Clinical Supervisor at the HSS Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Center and an athletic trainer for the U.S.A. Olympic Open Water Swimming Team, serve as members of the U.S. Olympic medical staff for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.

Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Bologna, Italy, hosts the third meeting of the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers, founded by Dr. Thomas Sculco, Surgeon-in-Chief, HSS, in 2005.

Dr. Scott Rodeo, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, delivers a keynote lecture on the future of orthopaedics at a celebration in Rio de Janiero in honor of Hospitalys, a new orthopaedic hospital in Brazil that is partnering with Hospital for Special Surgery.

Laura Robbins, DSW Senior Vice President Education and Academic Affairs Designated Institutional Officer, GME Marcia Ennis Director Education Publications and Communications Linda Errante Robert Pryzgoda Managing Editors Judy Pommett Associate Editor Ali Wilcox Art Director Robert Essel Major Photography Brad Hess Contributing Photography

In May 2011, Dr. Scott Wolfe, Chief Emeritus of the Hand and Upper Extremity Service, delivers a podium presentation on a proposed universal instrument for the assessment of adult brachial plexus injuries at the XVII International Symposium on Brachial Plexus Surgery held in Lisbon, Portugal.

Dr. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, Chief of the Scoliosis Service, officiates at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the FOCOS Orthopaedic Hospital in Accra, Ghana, in 2012. Dr. Boachie, founder and President of the Foundation of Orthopedics and Complex Spine (FOCOS), led the development and creation of the 50-bed specialty hospital, which serves underserved adults and children in his native country, Ghana, and the sub-Saharan region.

The 2011-2012 Annual Report of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is produced by Education & Academic Affairs of Hospital for Special Surgery.

About Hospital for Special Surgery

Hospital for Special Surgery’s International Learning and Training Center conducted a four-day program on knee and shoulder replacement and current concepts in sports medicine for 16 physicians from Greece in April 2011. Led by Dr. Douglas Padgett, Chief of the Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Service, and Dr. Frank Cordasco, associate attending orthopaedic surgeon, the seminar – funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation – included observation in the OR and in the Hospital’s Bioskills Education Laboratory.

Founded in 1863, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is a world leader in orthopaedics, rheumatology and rehabilitation. HSS is nationally ranked No. 1 in orthopaedics, No. 3 in rheumatology, No. 10 in neurology, and No. 5 in geriatrics by U.S.News & World Report (2012-13), and is the first hospital in New York State to receive Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing Service from the American Nurses Credentialing Center three consecutive times. HSS has one of the lowest infection rates in the country. From 2007 to 2011, HSS has been a recipient of the HealthGrades Joint Replacement Excellence Award. HSS is a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System and an affiliate of Weill Cornell Medical College and as such all Hospital for Special Surgery medical staff are faculty of Weill Cornell. The hospital’s research division is internationally recognized as a leader in the investigation of musculoskeletal and autoimmune diseases. Hospital for Special Surgery is located in New York City and online at www.hss.edu.

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Contents

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A Message from the Surgeon-in-Chief

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Making a World of Difference

dult Reconstruction and A Joint Replacement Division Hip Service Knee Service Surgical Arthritis Service 11

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Foot and Ankle Service

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Hand and Upper Extremity Service

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imb Lengthening and L Complex Reconstruction Service

17 Metabolic Bone Disease/ Musculoskeletal Oncology Service

around the world in many ways

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Orthopaedic Trauma Service

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Pediatric Orthopaedic Service

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Scoliosis Service

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Spine Service

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Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service

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Department of Biomechanics

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Professional Staff

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Affiliations

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ndowed Chairs, Professorships, E and Fellowships

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2011-2012 Notable Achievements

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2011-2012 Selected Publications

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epartment of Orthopaedic Surgery D 2011-2012 Graduating Residents and Fellows

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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

2011-2012 Annual Report

On the cover: Hospital for Special Surgery makes its name in the international arena in more ways than one. (From the top) Dr. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, Chief of the Scoliosis Service, with children served by the hospital he founded in Ghana; Dr. Thomas Sculco, Surgeon-inChief, at the 2011 Sixth International Congress of the Chinese Orthopaedic Association; and Dr. Scott Rodeo, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, and John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS, Clinical Supervisor, HSS Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Center, at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.