Kim M Koffler

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SUMMARY Pediatric pelvic fractures are serious injuries. Anatomical differences exist between pediatric and adult populations, leading to different causes and rates of death, fracture patterns, and associated injuries. This study is the largest consecutive series of pediatric pelvic fractures from one institution emphasizing the unique aspects seen in(More)
In adults, pelvic computed tomography (CT) scanning plays an important role in the treatment of pelvic fractures; however, the role of CT scanning in the management of pediatric pelvic fractures is unclear. The purpose of this study was to investigate the efficacy of CT scanning in the management of pelvic fractures in children. One hundred three(More)
Injuries to neurovascular structures are not the most common injuries seen in athletes and for this reason may often be overlooked. Additionally, diagnosis and management may be more difficult because of inexperience with these injuries. The majority of acute sports-related neurovascular injuries are associated with contact sports such as rugby, wrestling,(More)
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