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1. Articular cartilage injuries of the capitellum interposed in radial head fractures: a report of ten cases.
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Ten cases of Mason type I and type II isolated radial head fractures are reported, in which an unexpected cartilaginous fragment of the capitellum trapped within the radial head fracture was identified at the time of surgery. In no case was this injury pattern identified on preoperative imaging, including computed tomography in 2 cases. Five patients did have preoperative mechanical findings with forearm rotation. At surgery, all capitellar fragments were found to originate from the posterolateral capitellum. Excision of the capitellar fragment and internal fixation of the radial head fracture ... Read More »
» Published in J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2006 Nov-Dec;15(6):716-20. Epub 2006 Sep 20.

2. Predicting multiplanar cervical spine injury due to head-turned rear impacts using IV-NIC.
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OBJECTIVE: Intervertebral Neck Injury Criterion (IV-NIC) hypothesizes that dynamic three-dimensional intervertebral motion beyond physiological limit may cause multiplanar soft-tissue injury. Present goals, using biofidelic whole human cervical spine model with muscle force replication and surrogate head in head-turned rear impacts, were to: (1) correlate IV-NIC with multiplanar injury, (2) determine IV-NIC injury threshold at each intervertebral level, and (3) determine time and mode of dynamic intervertebral motion that caused injury. METHODS: Impacts were simulated at 3.5, 5, 6.5, and 8 g ... Read More »
» Published in Traffic Inj Prev. 2006 Sep;7(3):264-75.

3. Influence of age-related stature on the frequency of body region injury and overall injury severity in child pedestrian casualties.
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OBJECTIVE: The current study aims to evaluate the influence of age-related stature on the frequency of body region injury and overall injury severity in children involved in pedestrian versus motor vehicle collisions (PMVCs). METHODS: A trauma registry including the coded injuries sustained by 1,590 1- to 15-year-old pedestrian casualties treated at a level-one trauma center was categorized by stature-related age (1-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12, and 13-15 years) and body region (head and face, neck, thorax, abdomen and pelvic content, thoracic and lumbar spine, upper extremities, pelvis, and lower ... Read More »
» Published in Traffic Inj Prev. 2006 Sep;7(3):290-8.

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