Amir Matityahu

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BACKGROUND Pediatric pelvic fractures are associated with high-energy trauma and injury to other systems, leading to an increased incidence of complication and mortality. Previous studies analyzed the pediatric population as a whole, including both children and adolescents. The purpose of this study was to examine whether adolescents with pelvic fracture(More)
Ten percent of the 250,000 proximal femur fractures that occur in the United States each year are malreduced into a varus position after treatment. Currently, there is no cephalomedullary nail available that allows the physician to dynamically change the lag-screw-to-nail angle. The Variable Angle Nail (VAN) was designed to allow movement of the lag screw(More)
INTRODUCTION Osteosynthesis of the tibia, tibial plafond, and calcaneus is commonly performed with plates and 3.5-mm self-tapping cortical screws. Screw insertion and reinsertion within the same hole in the bone may occur during surgery. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the pullout strength of 3.5-mm self-tapping screws with up to 5(More)
Purpose. This study examined whether octogenarians and elderly patients with pelvic fractures have a different risk of complication and mortality as compared to adults. Methods. Data was gathered from the National Trauma Data Bank from 2002 to 2006. There were 32,660 patients 18-65, 6,408 patients 65-79, and 5,647 patients ≥ 80 years old with pelvic(More)
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