John P Santoro

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P. E. Bosted,35,* R. Fersch,39 G. Adams,31 M. Amarian,29 S. Anefalos,17 M. Anghinolfi,18 G. Asryan,40 H. Avakian,17,35 H. Bagdasaryan,29,40 N. Baillie,39 J. P. Ball,2 N. A. Baltzell,34 S. Barrow,13 V. Batourine,35 M. Battaglieri,18 K. Beard,21 I. Bedlinskiy,20 M. Bektasoglu,29 M. Bellis,5,31 N. Benmouna,14 A. S. Biselli,11 B. E. Bonner,32 S. Bouchigny,19,35(More)
I. Hleiqawi,1 K. Hicks,1 D. S. Carman,1,32 T. Mibe,1 G. Niculescu,20 A. Tkabladze,13 M. Amarian,26 P. Ambrozewicz,11 M. Anghinolfi,17 G. Asryan,37 H. Avakian,32 H. Bagdasaryan,26 N. Baillie,36 J. P. Ball,2 N. A. Baltzell,31 V. Batourine,21 M. Battaglieri,17 K. Beard,20 I. Bedlinskiy,19 M. Bellis,4 N. Benmouna,13 B. L. Berman,13 A. S. Biselli,4 S.(More)
Injuries of the peroneus longus and os peroneum are rarely reported. Two cases are presented, each occurring with an inversion stress and resultant audible snap. One patient sustained a complete spontaneous disruption of the peroneus longus with fracture of the os peroneum. This 64-year-old male was treated by excision of the proximal fracture fragment of(More)
BACKGROUND Admitted and discharged patients with prolonged emergency department (ED) stays may contribute to crowding by utilizing beds and staff time that would otherwise be used for new patients. OBJECTIVES To describe patients who stay > 6 h in the ED and determine their association with measures of crowding. METHODS This was a retrospective,(More)
The authors introduce the peroneal tendon balance procedure and discuss normal and hypermobile function of the first ray. The procedure is based on the theory that the peroneus longus tendon is a primary retrograde stabilizer of the proximal portion of the first ray. The theory emphasizes that abnormal pronation results in a positional weakness of the(More)
In summary, it has been demonstrated by the statistical analysis of 48 subjects (96 feet) that as the foot moves from the neutral to the resting calcaneal stance position, the tendo Achillis alignment is displaced lateral to the center of gravity. Class I heels demonstrated a direct correlation with tendo Achillis deviation suggesting that their subtalar(More)
BACKGROUND Massachusetts (MA) instituted a moratorium on ambulance diversion ("No Diversion") on January 1, 2009. STUDY OBJECTIVES Determine whether No Diversion was associated with changes in Emergency Department (ED) throughput measures. DESIGN Comparison of three 3-month periods. Period 1: 1 year prior (January-March 2008); Period 2: 3 months prior(More)
Retrospective preliminary report of 19 cases undergoing partial ankle joint arthroplasties with open surgical procedures were rehabilitated with continuous passive motion (CPM). Preoperative and post-operative ankle range of motion and subjective findings (pain, physical signs, activity, quality of motion) were evaluated. Results indicated significant(More)
K. Joo, L. C. Smith, I. G. Aznauryan, V. D. Burkert, R. Minehart, G. Adams, P. Ambrozewicz, E. Anciant, M. Anghinolfi, B. Asavapibhop, G. Asryan, G. Audit, T. Auger, H. Avakian, H. Bagdasaryan, J. P. Ball, S. Barrow, V. Batourine, M. Battaglieri, K. Beard, M. Bektasoglu,* N. Benmouna, N. Bianchi, A. S. Biselli, S. Boiarinov, B. E. Bonner, S. Bouchigny, R.(More)