Jeffrey Evan Budoff
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The relative strength of posterior plating and dual medial-lateral plating for comminuted olecranon fractures has not been evaluated. Fifteen male cadaveric elbows with simulated highly comminuted… Expand
This paper presents an anatomical study of the origins of the thenar and hypothenar muscles and postulates the causes of weakness and pillar pain following carpal tunnel release.
Five human anatomic specimen knees were used to determine the effect of patellar component position on patellofemoral kinematics, contact pressures, and contact areas after total knee arthroplasty… Expand
To preserve the coracoacromial (CA) ligament, we have used the lateral half of the conjoined tendon as an autograft source to replace the coracoclavicular (CC) ligament. The purpose of this study is… Expand
PURPOSE This study describes the pathology of flexor carpi ulnaris (FCU) tendinopathy and its treatment. METHODS Five patients (1 bilateral) who failed nonsurgical management of FCU tendinopathy… Expand
Reports of simultaneous carpal avascular necrosis in more than 1 bone are rare. This is a report of simultaneous Kienböck's disease and Preiser's disease in a 50-year-old woman with a remote history… Expand
We report a case of traumatic avulsion of the latissimus dorsi tendon in a professional body-builder. The injury was repaired by reattachment of the avulsed tendon. This procedure is quite… Expand
The rotator cuff is the most common source of shoulder pain and disability. The majority of rotator cuff injuries are caused by overuse, with the supraspinatus, a small tendon with a poor blood… Expand
PURPOSE The treatment of rotator cuff injury in the absence of a full-thickness tear has traditionally consisted of acromioplasty. However, this disorder may also be treated by arthroscopic rotator… Expand