Guy P Paremain

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is commonly used as part of the assessment of patients presenting with leg/back pain to the orthopedic spinal outpatient clinic. Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) can cause symptoms often similar to those of spinal stenosis. We report a case series of four patients who had incidental AAA detected on lumbosacral MRI. All(More)
Displaced transverse fractures of the olecranon commonly are treated by open reduction and internal fixation using the AO tension band wiring technique. Reports that the AO technique has a tendency to open the fracture site at the articular surface prompted Rowland and Burkhart to modify placement of the tension band. The present study tested the hypothesis(More)
We present a two-part study of the miniarthrotomy ankle fusion technique for minimally deformed joints: a laboratory investigation of ankle vascularity and a clinical review of the early results. In the laboratory portion, five pairs of cadaver legs were injected with radiographic dye, after which arthrodesis was performed via either the open technique (one(More)
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