Matthew I Rudloff

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Intramedullary fixation has advanced to the standard of care for fractures of the femoral shaft. Current controversies center on whether to prepare the intramedullary canal by reaming, particularly in certain subsets of patients. As understanding of the local and systemic effects of reaming deepens, there is a role for maximizing the benefits of(More)
High-energy pelvic ring injuries can represent life-threatening injuries in the polytraumatized patient, particularly when presenting with hemodynamic instability. These injuries mandate a systematic multidisciplinary approach to evaluation, and timely intervention to address hemorrhage while concomitantly addressing mechanical instability. These pelvic(More)
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