George Huffman

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Injury to the distal triceps tendon is uncommon and can be difficult to diagnose, especially when a partial rupture or tear occurs. In situations where an incomplete disruption to the musculotendinous unit occurs, a palpable defect or clear functional loss may not be present. Advanced imaging techniques, such as magnetic resonance imaging or ultrasound, can(More)
BACKGROUND Short-term outcomes for patients with large, engaging Hill-Sachs lesions who underwent remplissage have demonstrated good results. However, limited data are available for longer term outcomes. PURPOSE To evaluate the long-term outcomes of remplissage and determine the long-term rate of return to specific sports postoperatively. STUDY DESIGN(More)
Fixation of proximal humerus fractures with precontoured, fixed angle devices has improved operative management of these difficult injuries, particularly in patients with osteoporosis. However, recent data has revealed that fixation with these constructs is not without complications, particularly screw cut-out and loss of reduction. Multiple strategies have(More)
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