Jonathan D. Hodax

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A 13-year-old boy presented to his pediatrician with knee pain after sustaining a twisting injury while playing soccer; he reported a “pop.” The patient was able to walk, and radiographs were read as negative. He was further evaluated by a pediatric orthopedist; on exam, he was able to laterally subluxate his patella (Video; available at www.jpeds. com). On(More)
Meniscal injuries are extremely common, with an incidence of 8.3 per 1,000 person/years in young, active individuals. Patients often turn to the internet to glean information about their injuries, and even to guide decision making about treatment. Much research has been done demonstrating that a reading level of eighth grade or lower is appropriate for(More)
BACKGROUND Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries pose a significant risk to the careers of players in the National Football League (NFL). The relationships between draft round and position on return to play (RTP) among NFL players are not well understood, and the ability to return to preinjury performance levels remains unknown for most positions. (More)
PURPOSE To determine the area of the radial head accessible for visualization and screw placement from the standard anteromedial and anterolateral portals used in elbow arthroscopy. METHODS Five cadaveric elbows were arthroscopically evaluated using standard anteromedial and anterolateral portals. Markers (pins) were placed into the accessible portions of(More)
BACKGROUND Orthopaedic surgery residents may cover athletic events, although the training provided to prepare residents for this role and oversight from attending physicians during these activities is not well understood. PURPOSE To survey orthopaedic residents about the training provided by their residency program for on-field athletic coverage and to(More)
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