‘Look Beyond the X-Ray for Skeletal Dysplasias: Genetic Testing Strategies for the Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon’ presented by Klane White, MD, Director of Skeletal Health and Dysplasia Program at the Seattle Children’s Hospital.
The presentation consists of product presentation, clinical cases reviewed, and a Q&A session.
Nick Fletcher speaks with Dr. Dennis Wenger of Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego to discuss Dr. Wenger's background, his philosophies on education, his views on the future of health care, and much more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement.
Sarah Hunter and Anna Vergun of University of Auckland, New Zealand, and UNC, Chapel Hill, respectively, discuss their recent research. Your hosts are Carter Clement from Children’s Hospital of New Orleans, Craig Louer from UNC, Julia Sanders from Children's Hospital Colorado, and Josh Holt from University of Iowa.
INFIX is a novel fixation technique that is well tolerated and an effective alternative for anterior pelvic ring fixation and stabilization in older bladder exstrophy patients. In addition to the strength of the fixation, all these benefits, whether cosmetic, functional or monetary, can also add a potential psychological benefit to the patient and the caregiver.
Tears of the posterior roots of the medial and lateral meniscus are relatively uncommon injuries, but can be seen concurrently with anterior crucial ligament (ACL) injuries in young athletes. Despite a wealth of research on the diagnostics and therapeutics of root tears in the adult population, pediatric root tears have been relatively understudied despite the increasing incidence of youth sports participation and thus increasing ACL injuries. With an understanding that repair of the meniscal…
Coxa vara is a deformity of the proximal femur in which the femoral neck-shaft angle is decreased. This can be the result of an acquired deformity, metabolic disorder, congenital syndrome, or idiopathic (developmental). In this paper we primarily discuss developmental coxa vara but parsing out the etiology of the coxa vara has important implications in treatment. Coxa vara from a metabolic cause, for example, must be treated medically before a surgical intervention. In this paper, we discuss…
Nick Fletcher speaks with Dr. McIntosh of TSRH and Dr. Ho of Children's Health in Dallas. They discuss their backgrounds, careers, balancing home life with work, being women in orthopedics, and more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement.
Andrew Georgiadis, Andrew Pennock, and Jaime Burgess of Gillette, Rady Children's Hospital, and Northwestern, respectively, discuss their recent research. Your hosts are Carter Clement from Children’s Hospital of New Orleans, Julia Sanders from Children's Hospital Colorado, and Craig Louer from the University of North Carolina.
Pediatric Posterior Ankle Impingement: Diagnosis…
Pediatric Posterior Ankle Impingement: Diagnosis and Management
From Kaitlyn Petrando
on July 16th, 2020
Percutaneous Calcaneal Displacement Osteotomy in…
Percutaneous Calcaneal Displacement Osteotomy in the Pediatric Population
on June 26th, 2019
Video Abstract 1: Talo-Calcaneal Coalition…
Video Abstract 1: Talo-Calcaneal Coalition Resection with Ankle Arthroscopy
From Kaitlyn Petrando
on May 6th, 2020