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Michael S. Todd, D.O.
ORTHOPEDIC SPORTS MEDICINE SURGEON
SHOULDER, HIP, AND KNEE SPECIALIST
Orthobiological Augmentation of Consecutive Rotator Cuff Repair Failure and Deltoid Dehiscence
We present a case of postsurgical deltoid insufficiency occurring after augmented revision of a failed prior rotator cuff repair. Revision deltoid repair with deltoid imbrication and orthobiological augmentation was dually performed, resulting in successful deltoid and rotator cuff healing and improved clinical outcomes.
The Efficacy of Combined Cryotherapy and Compression Compared with Cryotherapy Alone Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
While cryotherapy has been shown to decrease postoperative pain after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, less is known of the effects of combined cryotherapy and compression. The goal of this study was to compare subjective and objective patient outcomes following ACL reconstruction with combined compression and cryotherapy compared with traditional ice therapy alone. Link to publication.
Arthroscopic Basic Task Performance in Shoulder Simulator Model Correlates with Similar Task Performance in Cadavers
This study suggests that performance of basic arthroscopic tasks in a simulator environment may be indicative of performance of similar arthroscopic tasks in a surgical setting. This work supports the continued study of arthroscopy simulators as a potentially beneficial educational tool. Link to publication.
The Relationship Between Posterior Tibial Slope and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
The purpose of this study is to determine if there is a difference in posterior tibial slope angle between patients with a history of noncontact ACL injury and a control group with no history of ACL injury. A secondary objective was to examine differences in tibial slope angle between male and female subjects within each group. Link to publication.
A Simplified Technique for High Tibial Osteotomy with Early Radiographic Follow-up Results
A technique for measuring the desired angular correction and plate selection for an opening-wedge high tibial osteotomy has been developed by the lead author using a modification of a technique described in the literature by Miniaci et al. Using the preoperatively measured desired angular correction to accurately determine the appropriate plate selection is unique to our system and is necessary to avoid correction especially in the face of a patient whose tibia plateau width is greater than 60 mm. Link to publication.
The Circumferential Antishock Sheet
Hemorrhage control in patients with pelvic ring disruptions remains problematic. To decrease bleeding, efforts have been made to acutely reduce and stabilize the pelvis. Link to publication.
Arthroscopic Acromioclavicular Joint Reduction and Coracoclavicular Stabilization: Tightrope Fixation
The TightRope fixation system was originally designed for the treatment of syndesmotic injuries. It has two metal fixation buttons with a continuous loop of #5 Fiberwire (Arthrex) running between them. Link to publication.
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