Thomas A St John

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Although autogenous iliac bone is frequently used for bone graft, many well-documented complications are associated with this procedure-including chronic pain; nerve, arterial, and ureteral injury; herniation of abdominal contents; sacroiliac joint instability; pelvic fractures; hematoma; and infection. An understanding of the morbidities associated with(More)
BACKGROUND The incidence of spinal fractures varies from 1% to 17% in alpine skiing injuries. Distinctions have been made regarding the differences in the mechanisms of injury and fracture types between skiing and snowboarding. Although fracture patterns have been described, there have not been any detailed descriptions of the specific fracture types and(More)
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