Gregory Seidman

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A prospective study was initiated using functional bracing to treat isolated ulnar shaft fractures. Forty-seven consecutive patients with 48 fractures were treated from July 1987 to January 1989. Twenty-eight patients with 29 fractures were available for follow up. Three of these fractures were subsequently excluded, as they had open reduction and internal(More)
Disruption of the lunatotriquetral ligament is a common cause of ulnar-sided wrist pain. A review of the literature of the pathophysiology and treatment of LT ligament tears is presented. The authors report a series of 20 consecutive patients with arthroscopically confirmed LT ligament tears without a VISI collapse treated with arthroscopic reduction and(More)
We report a series of seven patients with 10 intratendinous ganglia that were treated operatively. One ganglion was in the abductor pollicis longus tendon. The rest were in tendons of the fourth extensor compartment, and all of them were associated with tenosynovitis. The average age of the patients at operation was 55 years. One patient was treated by(More)
This paper describes several methods for using the Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) as the visualization integration technology for manufacturing simulation systems. One of our goals was to develop an integration methodology based on the use of VRML translators to produce reusable VRML components. The use of readily available off-the-shelf VRML(More)
This papa describes the use.of the Vial RealityModelingLanguage (V’RML)in the VIM Vial Interface to Manufacturing system.The VIM prototype demonstrates the technical feasibility of using a variety of intiace techniqu= for data is Web based and contains data for the manufacture of a miter saw. Acceastomamrfacturingd ataisposaiblevia2(More)
A case report of a closed posterior elbow dislocation with brachial artery rupture treated with a reversed saphenous vein graft, fasciotomy, and medical collateral ligament (anterior oblique component) repair is presented. A literature review of 21 other similar cases is discussed. Three patients were treated with direct arterial suturing, four with(More)
A 23-year-old man injured his foot in a motorcycle accident. Roentgenograms and computed tomography scans demonstrated a Hawkins Type III fracture-dislocation of the talus with a suspected disruption of the anterior tibiofibular ligament. Prompt anatomic reduction of the talus with rigid internal fixation was performed. Intraoperative stress roentgenograms(More)
Fifteen patients with 18 duplicated thumbs were treated surgically at The Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, Springfield Unit, between 1925 and 1990. We compared the outcome of patients treated by ablation of the extra thumb with that of patients treated by ablation and radial collateral ligament reconstruction. Three patients with four duplicated(More)
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