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Diagnosis and treatment of acute extremity compartment syndrome
The available data on acute extremity compartment syndrome of the upper and lower extremities in adults and children are summarized, the underlying pathophysiology is discussed, and a clinical guideline is proposed based on the available data. Expand
A Systematic Review of Medial and Lateral Entry Pinning Versus Lateral Entry Pinning for Supracondylar Fractures of the Humerus
- C. Brauer, Ben Lee, D. Bae, P. Waters, M. Kocher
- Journal of pediatric orthopedics
- 1 March 2007
It is indicated that medial/lateral entry pinning, of pediatric supracondylar fractures, remains the most stable configuration and that care needs to be taken regardless of technique to avoid iatrogenic nerve injury and loss of reduction. Expand
Current concepts in the management of brachial plexus birth palsy.
Recommendations for both microsurgery and shoulder reconstruction with tendon transfer and arthroscopic and open reductions are presented. Expand
Effect of tendon transfers and extra-articular soft-tissue balancing on glenohumeral development in brachial plexus birth palsy.
Soft-tissue rebalancing procedures alone were found to have halted the progression of, but not to have markedly decreased, glenohumeral dysplasia at the time of a two to five-year follow-up, and significantly improved global shoulder function. Expand
Lateral entry compared with medial and lateral entry pin fixation for completely displaced supracondylar humeral fractures in children. A randomized clinical trial.
- M. Kocher, J. Kasser, +12 authors Ben Lee
- The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American…
- 1 April 2007
Both lateral entryPin fixation and medial and lateral entry pin fixation are effective in the treatment of completely displaced (type-III) extension supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children. Expand
Pediatric distal radius and forearm fractures.
- D. Bae
- The Journal of hand surgery
- 1 December 2008
The treatment principles of peiatric distal radius and forearm fractures are discussed, with particular mphasis given to recently published information egarding the care of these injuries. Expand
Acute Compartment Syndrome in Children: Contemporary Diagnosis, Treatment, and Outcome
With early diagnosis and expeditious treatment, >90% of the patients studied achieved full restoration of function and all 10 patients with access to patient-controlled or nurse-administered analgesia during their initial evaluation demonstrated an increasing requirement for pain medication. Expand
Short-Term Outcomes After Surgical Treatment of Traumatic Posterior Sternoclavicular Fracture-Dislocations in Children and Adolescents
Skeletally immature patients may expect excellent functional outcomes following surgery for posterior SCJ dislocations or posteriorly displaced physeal fractures of the medial clavicle after undergoing ligament repair and suture stabilization. Expand
Chronic Recurrent Anterior Sternoclavicular Joint Instability: Results of Surgical Management
- D. Bae, M. Kocher, P. Waters, L. Micheli, Michael Griffey, L. Dichtel
- Journal of pediatric orthopedics
- 1 January 2006
Although subsequent activity modification is often required, surgical treatment of chronic anterior SCJ instability in adolescents and young adults can provide near-complete pain relief and return of shoulder and upper extremity function. Expand
Trends in the Presentation, Management, and Outcomes of Little League Shoulder
- B. Heyworth, D. Kramer, Daniel J. Martin, L. Micheli, M. Kocher, D. Bae
- The American journal of sports medicine
- 1 July 2014
Little League shoulder is being diagnosed with increasing frequency, and while most common in male baseball pitchers, the condition can occur in females, youth catchers, other baseball positions players, and tennis players. Expand