Sreenivasa R. Alla

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HYPOTHESIS The suprascapular nerve and its articular branch innervate the acromioclavicular (AC) joint. Documenting the detailed anatomy of this innervation in the AC joint, including the pertinent surgical and anatomic relationships of the suprascapular nerve and its branches to the AC joint, will aid in the prevention of injury and the reduction of risk(More)
BACKGROUND Fasciotomy for compartment syndrome is an emergent procedure that is usually done in the operating theater under general anesthesia. Delay in performing the procedure can lead to worse outcome. Various reasons can cause delay in performing the surgery. Bedside fasciotomy under local anesthesia can be done in these cases to avoid delay in(More)
BACKGROUND Numerous studies have described screw fixation of sacroiliac (SI) joint, but there have been very few reports in the literature regarding long-term pain levels after SI joint fixation and their management. The objective of this study was to analyze the results of SI joint fusion with fibular bone graft in patients with persistent late pain after(More)
INTRODUCTION Open reduction and internal fixation of sacroiliac (SI) joint is often performed through an anterior approach. However, there were no studies to our knowledge which described the "at risk area" for injury to the nutrient artery as it relates to open reduction and internal fixation of the SI joint. The purpose of this study was to determine the(More)
The vasculature and anastomosis around the scapula is extremely intricate making surgical treatment complicated. We aimed to determine the “at risk area” for the circumflex scapular artery and its anastomosis with the suprascapular artery during posterior approach to the scapula. Sixteen shoulders from eight embalmed adult cadavers were dissected through(More)
INTRODUCTION Although there are three distinct compartments of the forearm, the typical approach for decompression of forearm compartment syndrome is a single incision fasciotomy of the volar compartment. This study had two purposes. The first purpose of this study was to investigate the compartment pressure changes within the forearm compartments following(More)
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