P R Goldhagen

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Achieving bony union and early weight bearing in peritrochanteric femur fractures poses a continuous challenge for the orthopedic surgeon. Current standards of surgical fixation for the myriad possible fracture patterns include the compression hip screw (CHS), the 90 degrees/95 degrees blade plate, and locked intramedullary nails. The gamma nail (GN) was(More)
Subcapital fractures after open reduction and internal fixation of intertrochanteric hip fractures have not previously been attributed to osteomyelitis. We report a unique case of a 63-year-old man with isolated subclinical osteomyelitis of the femoral neck causing ischemic necrosis and subcapital fracture after sliding screw plate fixation of an(More)
A previously unreported case of plantar dislocation of the medial cuneiform is described. The significance of this injury does not lie in its rarity, but in the amount of force required to cause such an injury. This large force may cause bony disruption, along with significant soft-tissue injury, and even compartment syndrome. Analysis of the preoperative(More)
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