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					                                                                                                                                                                                                    Edward                S. Grood,                     Ph.D.                                            , Cincinnati,                           Ohio
                                              In Appreciation                                                                                                                                       Marc         D.         Grynpas,                    Ph.D.                                            , Boston,                     Massachusetts
                                                                                                                                                                                                    John        E.        Hall,         M.D.                    , Boston,                                                 Massachusetts
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Kevin            D.        Harrington,                                   M.D. , San Francisco,                                                               California
          Each            year         the     manuscripts                                                          submitted               to The           Journal      reflect      the    cx-   W.       H. Harris,                     M.D.                    , Boston,                                                Massachusetts
panding            interests                 of orthopaedic                                                              surgeons           and       investigators.          The      careful      David            E.      Hastings,                          M.D.                                     , Toronto,                      Ontario,                Canada
peer.review                process    by which  manuscripts                                                                                submitted               to The Journal   are             Wilson             Hayes,               Ph.D.                        , Boston,                                             Massachusetts
reviewed              requires     Consultant  Reviewers                                                                               with a wide               range of knowledge                 Robert            N.        Hensinger,                                   M.D.                                      , Ann          Arbor,            Michigan
and       interests.                The        following                                                individuals                        have         contributed         their      knowl-       James            H.        Herndon,                             M.D.                                  ,           Providence,                  Rhode            Island
edge       and expertise                       to this                            task,                             and      without             them        the job     could       not have       Norman                 A.       Hill,      M.D.                                  ,           New                      York,           N.Y.
been       done.               Their          very             great                                   contributions                          are       acknowledged                with     pro-   M.       Mark            Hoffer,               M.D.                                  , Downey,                                     California
found        appreciation.                                                                                                                                                                          Alan        D.         Hoffman,                         M.D.                                     ,        Rochester,                     Minnesota
                                                                                                                                                                                                    John        R. Huckell,                        M.D.                                  , Edmonton,                                      Alberta,                Canada
Roy       Aaron,                Ph.D.         , Bethesda,                                                       Maryland                                                                            Jack        Hughston,                    M.D.                        ,           Columbus,                                         Georgia
Wayne             H. Akeson,                        M.D.                      ,               San Diego,                              California                                                    Walter            W.           Huurman,                                  M.D.                                      , Omaha,              Nebraska
James        A.           Albright,                 M.D.                      ,           Shreveport,                                  Louisiana                                                    John        Insall,             M.D.           ,        New                                      York,                     N.Y.
John       Albright,                   M.D.          , Iowa                                    City,                       Iowa                                                                     Roshen                Irani,        M.D.                    ,    Philadelphia,                                                     Pennsylvania
Benjamin                  L.     Allen,             Jr.       ,       M.D.                                  ,       Galveston,                Texas                                                 Robert            W.           Jackson,                         M.D.                                      ,        Toronto,            Ontario,                Canada
Harlan           C. Amstutz,                        M.D.                              ,       Los                    Angeles,               California                                              Melvin             H. Jahss,                   M.D.                                  ,           New                     York,        N.Y.
Lewis        D. Anderson,                            M.D.                                 ,        Mobile,                        Alabama                                                           K.     A.        Johnson,                M.D.                            , Rochester,                                             Minnesota
Thomas             P. Andriacchi                              , Ph.D.                                       , Chicago,                     Illinois                                                 Lester           Kalisher,                M.D.                           ,               Livingston,                                 New        Jersey
C.      Armstrong,                     Ph.D.             , Troy,                                       New                  York                                                                    William                J. Kane,                M.D.                                  ,               Chicago,                      Illinois
Milton           E. Ashby,                    M.D.                , Los                                     Angeles,                   California                                                   Margaret                 Karpatkin,                              M.D.                                             , New       York,            N.Y.
Ronald            Berggren,                   M.D.                ,           Columbus,                                           Ohio                                                              J. Lawrence                      Katz,              M.D.                                     ,            Troy,             New          York
Henry         H.          Bohlman,                   M.D.                             ,       South                        Euclid,          Ohio                                                    John        Kenzora,                    M.D.                    , Phoenix,                                                 Maryland
E. G.        Bovill,               Jr. , M.D.                     , San                                     Francisco,                     California                                               James            Kilman,                M.D.                     ,           Columbus,                                            Ohio
David        S. Bradford,                           M.D.                          ,           Minneapolis,                                 Minnesota                                                LeRoy             Klein,            M.D.                    ,    Cleveland,                                                  Ohio
Barry        D.        Brause,                M.D.                .           New                               York,             N.Y.                                                              Joseph            A. Kopta,                        M.D. , Oklahoma                                                                  City,    Oklahoma
Robert           W. Bright.                     M.D.                      ,           Gainesville.                                    Florida                                                       William             J. Landis,                      Ph.D. , Boston,                                                                 Massachusetts
Howard            S. Browne,                      M.D.                                , Newport,                                    Rhode           Island                                          Gerald            S. Laros,                M.D.                                  ,           Chicago,                             Illinois
Robert           W.            Bucholz,              M.D.                                 , Dallas,                           Texas                                                                 Carroll            A. Laurin,                       M.D.                                         , F.R.C.S.(C),                                Montreal,                Quebec,      Canada
Joseph           A.        Buckwalter,                            M.D.                                  , Iowa                 City,         Iowa                                                   Robert            E.        Leach,             M.D.                                  ,               Boston,                  Massachusetts
Peter       Bullough,                    M.D.             ,       New                                  York,                  N.Y.                                                                  Robert            D.        Leffert,                M.D.                                         ,        Boston,                  Massachusetts
Ernest          M.         Burgess,                 M.D.                          ,           Seattle,                        Washington                                                            Robert            Letts,           M.D.                 ,        Winnipeg,                                                  Manitoba,                 Canada
David        Butler,                Ph.D.           , Cincinnati,                                                          Ohio                                                                     David            B. Levine,                        M.D.,                                             New                 York,         N.Y.
Crawford                  J. Campbell,                            M.D.                                  ,           Boston,            Massachusetts                                                G.     E. Lewinnek,                            M.D.                              ,               Boston,                      Massachusetts
Edmund                Y. S. Chao,                         Ph.D.                                , Rochester,                                Minnesota                                                Frederick                  Lippert,                 M.D.                                     ,            Seattle,                Washington
Kay       Clawson,                  M.D.            , Lexington,                                                           Kentucky                                                                 J. Drennan                     Lowell,                          M.D.                                  ,           Boston,            Massachusetts
Carl      R. Coleman,                         M.D.                    ,       Columbus,                                            Ohio                                                             Andrew                 McBeath,                     M.D.                                     , Madison,                              Wisconsin
Sherman               S. Coleman,                             M.D.                                 ,        Salt            Lake         City,        Utah                                          Gordon                McFarland,                                M.D.                                      , Jefferson,                   Louisiana
Warren            A.           Colton,          Jr. , M.D.                                              , Tempe,                       Arizona                                                      John        B. McGinty,                             M.D.                                     , Newton                             Lower             Falls,        Massachusetts
Mark        B. Coventry,                            M.D.                      , Rochester,                                           Minnesota                                                      Kenneth                McKusick,                                M.D.                                          ,    Boston,           Massachusetts
Richard            L. Cruess,                       M.D.                      , Montreal,                                           Quebec,             Canada                                      John        T. Makley,                     M.D.                                  , Cleveland,                                        Ohio
David        C.           Dahlin,             M.D.                , Rochester,                                                    Minnesota                                                         Melvin             L. Marcus,                               M.D.                                     , Iowa                 City,            Iowa
Robert           D.        D’Ambrosia,                                M.D.                                      ,    New          Orleans,            Louisiana                                     Keith        L. Markolf,                           Ph.D.                                         ,            Los        Angeles,              California
Jesse       C.        DeLee,                 M.D.             , San                                    Antonio,                     Texas                                                           Roger            Mason,                 Ph.D.                    , Bethesda,                                                 Maryland
William               F. Donaldson,                               M.D.                                      ,       Pittsburgh,               Pennsylvania                                          Larry        S. Matthews,                                       M.D.                                      ,        Ann      Arbor,             Michigan
Howard               D. Dorfman,                          M.D.                                 ,        Baltimore,                         Maryland                                                 Marvin                H. Meyers,                                M.D.                                  , Dallas,                    Texas
James        C.           Drennan,                  M.D.                      , Newington,                                             Connecticut                                                  Lyle        J. Micheli,                    M.D.                              ,           Boston,                             Massachusetts
Margaret               Drolette,                Ph.D.                         , Boston,                                       Massachusetts                                                         M.       R. Mickelson,                             M.D.                                      ,            Iowa             City,         Iowa
Gilbert           Drouin,                M.D.             , Montreal,                                                      Quebec,            Canada                                                Edward                H.       Miller,                  M.D.                                         , Cincinnati,                        Ohio
Michael              G.         Ehrlich,             M.D.                                 , Boston,                               Massachusetts                                                     Edward                J. Miller,                   M.D.                                  , Birmingham,                                        Alabama
William              F.        Enneking,                      M.D.                                 ,        Gainesville,                      Florida                                               Eugene  R. Mindell,                                             M.D. , Buffalo,                                                       New            York
Charles           H. Epps,                    M.D.                ,           Washington,                                            D.C.                                                           Vert Mooney,    M.D.                                            , Dallas, Texas
Charles           McCollister                        Evarts,                                           M.D.                 , Rochester,                New       York                              James            M.         Morris,                M.D.                                  ,            San                Francisco,              California
Frederick                 Ewald,              M.D.                ,           Boston,                                      Massachusetts                                                            David G. Murray,                                    M.D. , Syracuse,  New York
David        Eyre,               Ph.D.         , Boston,                                               Massachusetts                                                                                William R. Murray,                                    M.D. , San Francisco, California
J. William                     Fielding,             M.D.                                 ,        New                     York,          N.Y.                                                      Clyde            L. Nash,                Jr.        ,           M.D.                                      , Cleveland,                        Ohio
R. H.        Fitzgerald,                      Jr.    ,    M.D.                                 , Rochester,                                Minnesota                                                James            R.        Neff,         M.D.                        ,           Kansas                                   City,       Kansas
Alvin        A.        Freehafer,                    M.D.                             , Cleveland,                                     Ohio                                                         Edward                North,             M.D.                    , Little                                           Rock,           Arkansas
Gary        Friedlaender.                       M.D.                          ,           New                            Haven,           Connecticut                                               Frank         R.         Noyes,            M.D.                                  ,           Cincinnati,                             Ohio
John       W.         Frymoyer,                   M.D. . Burlington,       Vermont                                                                                                                  Theodore                    R. Oegema,                                           Jr. , Ph.D.                                  , Minneapolis,                       Minnesota
Paul       M.         Gallop,                Ph.D. , Boston,     Massachusetts                                                                                                                      John        A. Ogden,                     M.D.                           ,               New                         Haven,            Connecticut
James        G. Garrick,                        M.D.                      , Phoenix,                                          Arizona                                                               George                E. Omer,                     M.D.                                  , Albuquerque,                                       New            Mexico
Hamish            Gillies,               F.R.C.S.,                                            West                        Roxbury,               Massachusetts                                      Rajeswary                    Padmalingam,                                                                 M . D . , Wilmington                               , Delaware
Raymundo                       T. Go,          M.D.                       ,           Iowa                           City,          Iowa                                                            Dinesh             Patel,           M.D.                    , Boston,                                                 Massachusetts
Stanley           Grahias                ,   M . D.           ,       Boston                                         ,    Massachusetts                                                             Leonard                F. Peltier,                          M.D.                                     , Tucson,                      Arizona
Paul       P. Griffin,                   M.D.             ,       Nashville.                                                 Tennessee                                                              H. A.            Peterson,                M.D.                           ,               Rochester,                                Minnesota



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William            Petty,          M.D.          , Gainesville,                             Florida                                                E.    Shannon               Stauffer,                    M.D.                    , Springfield,               Illinois
Donald            Pierce,          M.D.          , Boston,                        Massachusetts                                                    Herman            D.        Suit,      M.D.                      , Boston,                 Massachusetts
Ignacio            V. Ponseti,               M.D.                ,       Iowa        City,          Iowa                                           David        Sutherland,                    M.D.                          , San       Diego,          California
Jacob        M.         Portas,          M.D.          , Galveston,                           Texas                                                David        Swann, Ph.D.                            ,    Boston, Massachusetts
Aaron         S. Posner,                 Ph.D.             .     New              York,           N.Y.                                             Roby        C. Thompson,                                 M.D. , Minneapolis,   Minnesota
Eric      L. Radin,                M.D.          , Morgantown,                                 West         Virginia                               Rodney            L. Thompson,                                       M.D.           , Rochester,               Minnesota
Chitranjan               S. Ranawat,                       M.D.              ,    New         York,          N.Y.                                  William           Tomford,                   M.D.                         , Boston,            Massachusetts
Irving        Redler,             M.D.       ,       New                 Orleans,             Louisiana                                            Peter       A.     Torzilli,               Ph.D.         , New York,                                  N.Y.
David         L. Rimoin,                  M.D.                 , Torrance,                   California                                            Hans        Uhtoff,            M.D.          ,       Ottawa, Ontario,                                  Canada
Edward             J. Riseborough,                              M.D.             , Boston,               Massachusetts                             James        Urbaniak,                 M.D.                      ,        Durham,             North          Carolina
Roy       E. Ritts,               M.D.      , Rochester,                            Minnesota                                                      Joseph           L. Utley,             M.D.                          ,    San       Diego,         California
John       B. Roberts,                   M.D.          ,        Columbus,                     Ohio                                                 Peter       S.    Walker,              Ph.D.                             , Rutherford,              New         Jersey
Charles            A.     Rockwood,                    Jr.           ,    M.D.        ,     San      Antonio,          Texas                       Theodore               R.     Waugh,                      M.D.                   , New         York,         N.Y.
Howard             Rosen,           M.D.             , New                  York,           N.Y.                                                   Edward            Webster,                  M.D. , Boston,                                   Massachusetts
Albert        H.        Roufosse,                Ph.D.                   , Boston,             Massachusetts                                       Andrew            J. Weiland,                        M.D.                    , Baltimore,                Maryland
Carter        R. Rowe,                   M.D.         , Boston,                      Massachusetts                                                 Stuart       L.     Weinstein,                           M.D.                ,    Iowa City,             Iowa
Robert            L. Samilson,                   M.D.                    , San       Francisco,              California                            Edmund             B. Weis,                 Jr. , M.D.                            , Omaha,             Nebraska
Frederic            D.      Shapiro,                 M.D.                , Boston,             Massachusetts                                       Fredrick           Werner,              MS.                      , Syracuse,                   New           York
Sun S. Shim,                      M.D.      , Vancouver,                                  British         Columbia,         Canada                 Augustus               A.     White,                 III,                  M.D.       ,   Boston,            Massachusetts
David         Sillence,             M.D.             , F.R.A.C.P.                           , Torrance,             California                     Thomas            E.        Whitesides,                                  Jr. , M.D.           , Atlanta,            Georgia
Sheldon            R. Simon,                M.D.                 , Boston,                  Massachusetts                                          James        J. Wiley,                M.D.                   ,           F.R.C.S.            , Ottawa,           Ontario,         Canada
Richard            J. Smith,              M.D.                 , Boston,                  Massachusetts                                            Kaye        E.     Wilkins,                 M.D.                         , San       Antonio,           Texas
William            E. Snell,              M.D.                 , Portland,                  Oregon                                                 Robert           Wilkinson              , M . D . , Boston,                                    Massachusetts
Ted       Spaet,           M.D.          , Bronx,                    New           York                                                            R.     B. Winter,                   M.D.         ,        Minneapolis,                          Minnesota
Elmer         E. Specht,                  M.D.             ,    Portland,                   Oregon                                                 Henry        A.        Wise,          II,        M.D.                       , Columbus,                Ohio
Neil       Spielholz,               Ph.D.            , New                  York,           N.Y.                                                   Savio        Woo,            Ph.D.          , La Jolla,                              California
Harlan            J. Spjut,          M.D.             , Houston,                      Texas                                                        T.     M. Wright,                   Ph.D.,                       New York,    N.Y.
Lynn         T.     Staheli,             M.D.          , Seattle,                    Washington                                                    R.     H. Yabsley,                   M.D.                ,       Halifax,  Nova Scotia,                                  Canada
William            Stahl,          M.D.          ,    New                 York,            N.Y.                                                    Bertram           Zarins,             M.D.                   ,           Boston,          Massachusetts
0.       Sherwin            Staples,             M.D.                    , Hanover,                 New      Hampshire                             Leonore            Zohman,                  M.D. , Bronx,                                    New       York
Herbert            H. Stark,              M.D.                 , Los             Angeles,             California




VOL.         61-A,          NO.      8, DECEMBER                                   1979
                                                                                                    Index                              to Volume                                                 61-A
                                                                                                                                        (American                    Volume)
                                                                                                                                                              1979
                                                                                                                                                     AUTHORS



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                                                                           A

Abraham            E and      Stirnaman           JE.      Neglected           Rupture            of   the      Peroneal           lendons                           Bradley    6W,   McK.enna                 GB, Dunn           HK,     Daniels          AU       and    Statton          WO.           Effects
  Causing           Recurrent       Spratus          of   the     Ankle.       Case         Reprt                                                     1247              of Flexural  Rigidity            of     Plates on        Bone     Healing                                                                              866
Aghemo            P cc, Veicsteinas         A                                                                                                                        Brand    RA see Johnston                 RC
Ahmadi           B, Shahriaree        H and         Silver       CM.       Severe       Congenital              Gettu      Recurvaturn.                              Branick        R .tee Tie   D
   (:s    Report                                                                                                                                       622           Brickley-Parsons           D see Sakamoto       M
Akeaon     WH 5cc Hargen8                   AR                                                                                                                       Brigga       BTsee    Cofield RH
Alexander      RW see Raynor                   AC                                                                                                                    Brodersen          MP, Fitzgerald    RHJr.,     Peterson                    LFA,      Coventry      MB and                   Bryan          PS.
Amitutz     HC and Smith                   RK.    lotal         flip     Replacement                following           Failed     Femoral                               Arthrodesis       of the Knee     following     Failed                  Total      Knee    Arthroplasty                                               181
    IIetniarthroplastv                                                                                                                                1 161          Brodeur       AE see Silberstein       MJ
Amstutz          HC see
                      Markolf      KL                                                                                                                                Broock      C see Rooie      PR
Amstutz          HC tee
                      Matos      MH                                                                                                                                  Brooka      DB see Heiple        KG
Andrews           JR see
                      Norwood        LA Jr.                                                                                                                          Brown       DW see Pope       MH
Arafile.        RP andGustilo      RB. Joint    Replacement       in Noit-Atttbuiatorv            Patients                                       .      892          Brown       M see Mnaymneh          W
Armstrong             CG,
                      Babrani       AS and Gardner         DL In Vitro       Measurement          of Artic-                                                          Brown            see Nash     CL Jr.
   ular Cartdage      Deformations        tu the Intact     Human        Hip  Jotni       under Load                                          .. .      744          Brown       T. ‘Ihe   American       Orthopaedk              Association        - Its Role                          in a Troubled
Arnoczky       SP, Rubin      RM and       Marshall     JL. Microvasculature              of the Cruciate                                                                World                                                                                                                                                1112
   ligaments      and   Its Response      to Injurs.     An Experimental            Study     in Dogs      .                                  ...     1221           Brown       TD see Ferguaon              AB Jr.
Azen     SP s,, Boone      DC                                                                                                                                        Bryan       RS see Brodersen              MP
                                                                                                                                                                     Buchola          RW     and     Burkhead         WZ.    The      Pathological     Anatomy                              of      Fatal        At-
                                                                           B
                                                                                                                                                                         lanto-Occipital         Dislocations                                                                                                                  248
Baddeley         S .s” Hardy    AE                                                                                                                                   Burkhalter           WE and Carneiro             KS. Correction           of the Atiritional                           Boutonniere
Bahrani         AS .s Armstrong      CC                                                                                                                                  Deformity         in High      Ulnar-Nerve       Paralysis                                                                                            131
Bailey        RW see Beall    MS Jr.                                                                                                                                 Burkhart          58 and Peter.on            HA.  Fractures      of the Proximal         Tibial                       Epiphysis                .    ..    996
Barak   AJ see Jardon      OM                                                                                                                                        Burkhead            WZ see Buebola           RW
Baratz   M see Wientroub      S                                                                                                                                      Burstein         AH see Heiple           KG
Barmada     R attd     Siegel   IM.                     Postoperative               Separatiott            of    the      Fernoral        and                        Burstein         AH see Salvati          EA
   Acetahular            (:ontpnents               t)f a SingIe.AssembI                  lotal      I-lip (Batenian)          Replace-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           C
    rnettt.      Report       of Iwo         Cases                                                                                                      777
Barnett         DC s,, Janecki             CJ                                                                                                                        Cabaud       HE, Westin      GW and Connelly            S. Tendon     Transfers        in the Paralytic      Hip                                         1035
Baruch          A see Kessler           I                                                                                                                            Cady      RB )ff Yuan       HA
Baisingthwaighte                 JB SeC Hughes               SPF                                                                                                     Calver      RF see Roatron      PKM
Baugher           WH an(f McCue                    FC III. Antertor              Fracture-t)islocatiott               of the Proxt-                                  Cana.le     ST and Manugian           AH.    Irreducible       Traumatic        Dislocations        of the Hip                                                   7
     nal Interphaiangeai                   Joint.      A Case       Report                                                                              779          Canale      ST see Shelton     WR
Beabout          JW t”e Sim FH                                                                                                                                       Carneiro      PS we Burkhalter         WE
Beall MSJr.,            Nebel        E and Bailey           RW.       l’ratsarticuiar            Fixatton       in the lreatntent                                    Carpenter       RB. Resection       of   the    Proximal      Third     of the      Femur       for Chondro-
   of      Non-Union            of Supracondvlar                   Fractures          of the Femur:               A Salvage          Pro-                                sarcoma     in a Child:    Replacement          with a MetalIK        Prosthesis.        Case   Report    . .                                         628
   cedure                                                                                                                                             1018           Carroll       N see Beaupr#{233} A
BeatieJ          s” TieD                                                                                                                                             Carter       VS se YOCitfli          LA
Beaupri            A and Carroll                N.     ihe     Ihree        Ssndrotttes           of lltac       Osteomselitis          to                           Casey       MJ and Chapman               MW.   Ipsilateral       Concomitant            Fractures      ofthe                       Hip     and
   Childret                                                                                                                                           1087               Femoral        Shaft                                                                                                                                  505
Benchetrit             E aIl(f     Friedman             B. Fracture          of the Coracod                  Process      Associated                                 Chandler          HP see Gelman            ML
   with Subglenotd                 1)islocation          of the Shoulder                A Case         Report                                           295          Chao       EY tee Morrey           BF
Bender          BL an(l Yunis            E. Fibrocartilagittous                Lesiotts        of Bone       attd Hetnangionias                                      Chao       EYS see Sim FH
   and       I.ipornas       of Soft       lissue       Resembling           Maffuccis           Syndrome.           A Case Report                    I I 04         Chapman           MW see Casey            MJ
Berion          BL and Hermann                    C. lorn       Discoid       Slettiwi       of the Knee           in Adults.       Four                             Chingren         GL see Roost           PE
   Case        Reprts                                                                                                                                   SOS          Chretien        P see Levine          AM
Befti       HBee        Wu Y                                                                                                                                         Clancy       W Jr. see Zoellner            G
Bingham             HC see Raynor               AC                                                                                                                   Clanton        TO, DeLee          JC, Sanders         B and Neidre            A. Knee        Ligament                        Injuries              in
Biabee        CE Jr. see Kelaey              JL                                                                                                                          Children                                                                                                                                             1195
Blair        W an(f Hanson    C.            Iraurnatic          Closure        of     the     Iriradiate          (:artilage.        Report                          Cofield       RH and Brigga              BT. Glenohumeral               Arthrodesis.         Operative                       and         Long-
   of    a Case                                                                                                                                          144              lerm      Functional        Results                                                                                                                  668
Blitz    DJ. Open         Fracture       of the Tibta        and Fibula           (:ontplicated        b Infection     with                                          Collins       HR see Yocum             LA
   .4eromona.t      hydrophila.        A Case    Report                                                                                                 790          Compare          CL,     Hill JA, Lewinnek             GE and Thompion                   RG. A New                           Method                of
Block     RA so’ Miakew              DB                                                                                                                                  Patellectomy          for Patellofemoral           Arthritis                                                                                          714
Bloom       JDsee      Sorensen         WC                                                                                                                           Conforty          B. Anomaly           of the Scapula           Associated         with    Sprengels                        Deformity.
Blount       WP .s’, Zuege          RC                                                                                                                                   Case     Report                                                                                                                                      1243
Board      ofTrustees.           Editorial.     Welcome          Aboard                                                                                 3 19         Connelly         S see Cabaud          HE
Bobechko          WP see Taylor             TC                                                                                                                       Connolly        JF see Jardon           OM
Bohlman          HH.       Acute      Fractures      and       1)islocatiotts          of the Cervical         Spitte.   An                                          Cooney        WP III, Linicheid              RL and Dobyns             JH. External           Pin Fixation                           for    Un-
   Analysis       of Ihree        Hundred        Hospitali.ted            Patietits       and   Review    of the Litera-                                                 stable    Colles       Fractures                                                                                                                      840
   tore                                                                                                                                               1119           Cooper        RR see Moses           JM
Boone       DC and Azen            SP. Normal         Range        of Motion           ofJoints      in Male Subjects                                  756           Couglin         MJ, Morris         JM and West           WF. The          Sensiconstrained            Total                    Shoulder
Booth    JE, Jacobson        JA, Kurius          TA                and     Edwards    TW.    Infection                     of    Prosthetic                             Arthroplasty                                                                                                                                           574
   Arthroplast       by .‘il’o-obaaeriumfortuitum.                           Iwo Case    Reports                                                        500          Coughlin         MJ, Slabaugh          PB and    Smith      TK.   Experience                               with         the          McAtee
Bourn       S see Ianyon          LE                                                                                                                                    Olecranon        Device    in Olecranon     Fractures                                                                                                  385
Bourne        RB e, Harris            WH                                                                                                                             Cova     P see Veicsteinas        A
Bowers        WH anti Doppelt              SH. Compression          of the Deep      Branch     of the Ulnar                                                         Coventry        MB and Rothacker           GW Jr. Bilateral     Calcaneal                            Fracture           in a Diabetic
    Nerve       by an Ititraneural           Cyst.   Case   Report                                                                                      612             Patient.     A Case     Report                                                                                                                         462
Bowera         WH and Fajgenbaum                   DM. Closed      Rupture     of the Volar       Plate of the                                                       Coventry           MB see   Brodersen          MP
    i)istal    Interphalangeal           Joint                                                                                                           146         Crandall          RC and    Hamel         AL    Bipartite          Median           Nerve       at the     Wrist.           Report         of a
Boxall       D, Bradford          DS, Winter        RB and Moe JH. Management                of Severe   Spott.                                                         Case                                                                                                                                                   311
   dvlolisthesis          in Children       and Adolescents                                                                                             479          Crowe       JF,     Mani  VJ and           Ranawat          CS.     Iotal      Hip          Replacement               in Congenital
BoyesJH           t,,  Stark    HH                                                                                                                                      Dislocation        and Dysplasia           of the        Hip                                                                                             15
Bradford          DS tee Boxall        D                                                                                                                             Crowninshield       RD see Johnston       RC
Bradford          DS s       Cummine        JL                                                                                                                       Cummine       JL, Lonstein    JE, Moe JH, Winter          RB and Bradford                                       DS.     Reconstruc-
Bradford          DS tee Winter        RB                                                                                                                               tive Surgery    in the Adult      for Failed   Scolsis    Fusion                                                                                      I 151
Bradley        GW,       Shives    TC and Samuelson             KM. l.tgatnent      Injuries    in the Knees                                                         Curtiss     PH Jr. Editorial.     Ave Atque     Vale                                                                                                             1
   ofChildren                                                                                                                                            588         Curtiss     PH Jr. Writing     for The Journal       of Bone   and Joint                                  Surgery                                         799



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                                                                                                  D                                                                                                              Flatt   AE see      Moses      JM

DahIin          DC tee Landon                          CC                                                                                                                                                        Fleming     REJr.,     Miehelsen        CB and             Stinchfleld         FE.     Sciaiic          Paralysis.                A Compli.
Dahlias         DC see Sim FH                                                                                                                                                                                       cation   of Bleeding       following    Hip             Surgery                                                                                         57
Daniel          D and Rice    T.                       Valgus-Varus                      Stability            itt     a Hingetl                   Cast       Used            for         Con-                    Flynn     JC and Hoque           MA. Anterior                Fusion       of   the      Lumbar             Spine.             End-Result
   trolled         Mobilization                       of     the      Kttee                                                                                                                            155          Stud       with Long-Term          Follow-up                                                                                                        1143
Daniel          RK tee Weiland                             AJ                                                                                                                                                    Fouler       C see Huang       TL
Daniels          AU see Bradley                             GW                                                                                                                                                   Foster      J see Zvetina    JR
Das M          see Gregg       JR                                                                                                                                                                                Fountain         55. A Single-Stage         Combined               Surgical          Approach               for        Vertebral              Re-
Davies          DR tee Hughes                          SPF                                                                                                                                                          sections                                                                                                                                            1011
Davies          JAK.      Peroneal                     Compartment                        Ssndrome                     Secondary                    to Rupture                      of     the                   Frazier      CH see Gelman          ML
   Peroneus          1.ongtss.   A Case     Report                                                                                                                                                     783       Fredin   H see Hovelius      L
Davies    JAK,         Hall    FM, Goldberg          RP                                   and        K.ssdon                EJ.        Positive             Bone           Scan           in a                   French   MLV see Eitzen       HE
   Botse    islatid.      Case    Report                                                                                                                                                               945       Friedman    B see Benchetrit     E
Dawson       EC ats(i Smith           L. Atlatsto-Axial                                          Subluxatiots                        in Children                     Due          to Ver-                        Fu FH see Ferguson        AB Jr.
  tebral     Attotnalies                                                                                                                                                                               582                                                                           C
De Benedetti           M, Waugh            TR attd       Evanski       PM.                                            A Popliteal                    Cyst        with         a Large
  Osteochotdral             Mass.      (:aw      Report                                                                                                                                                147       Gardner       DL see Armstrong           CG
DeBenedetti         MJ attd Schwinn                CP.    Fenosynovial                                                Chondromatosis                             in the Hand                           898       Garland       DR see Waters        RL
DeLee     JC. Avulsion            Fracture        of the Base of the                                                  Second     Metacarpal                         by the F.x-                                  Garrett     JC, Epstein        HC,     Harris   WH,       Harvey        JP Jr. and                        Nickel     VL                Treat-
  tensor     Carpi       Radialis       1.ongus.       A Case     Report                                                                                                                               445          ment     of Unreduced         Traumatic      Posterior        Dislocations      of                    the Hip                                                2
DeLee     JC. ltstra-Osseous               Lipotna      of the Proxinsal                                                 Part          of     the         Femur.            Case           Re-                   Gartland       JJ. Guidelines       for Tomorrow.          First Vice-Presidential                             Address                to The
    port                                                                                                                                                                                               601           American       Academy      of Orthopaedic          Surgeons                                                                                         467
DeLee    JC see Clanton                               TO                                                                                                                                                         Garzis    OT see Neal J
Demottaz    JD,   Mazur                               JM,        Thomas              WH,           Sledge               CB           and           Simon             SR.          Clinical                       Caster    EFsee     Dung      M
   Study  of lotal    Ankle    Replacenietst                                             with Gait                  Atsalysis.   A Preliminary         Report                                          976       Gebhardt     MC and Rosenthal           RK. Brief     Note.    Bilateral     Lateral      Discoid     Menis-
Derkash    RS and Makley         JT. Isolated                                            Tuberculosis                      of the triceps      Muscle.     Case                                                     cus in Identical     Twins                                                                                                                          I I 10
   Report                                                                                                                                                                                              948       CellO     WB see Rogers      JG
DeRoss    C s,e Yuan       HA                                                                                                                                                                                    Gelberman       RH,     Vance      PM    and Zakaib       GS.    Fractures       at the       Base    of the
DiStefano    V see Gregg      JR                                                                                                                                                                                    Thumb:     Treatment        with Oblique   Traction                                                                                                   260
DobynsJH      tee Cooney       WP III                                                                                                                                                                            Gelman      ML, Frazier       CH and Chandler          HP.    Acute      Renal     Failure      after   Total
Doi K, Tominaga          5, Hono      H, Ogoshi                                                 E and          Nakamura                       S.     Reconstruction                          of                      Hip Replacement                                                                                                                                      657
   an    Amputated        Ihumb         in One     Stage.    Case   Report            Free     Neurovascular-                          -                                                                         Genant       HKsee       Van Dalsem            VF
   Flap     Iransfer    with    Iliac-Bone       Graft                                                                                                                                                1254       Gertabein        SD and Ofberski               C. Complete           Fracture-Dislocation                         of        the    Thoracic
Donelson          RG and     Tomaiuoli          M. Ititra-Articular        Dislocation         of the      Patella.                                                                                                  Spine    without       Spinal     Cord       Injur.       A Case      Report                                                                         449
   A Case        Report                                                                                                                                                                                615       Ghandur-Mnaymneh                    L see Enis JR
Donovan         MM see Jackson          RD                                                                                                                                                                       Ghosh       L see Huang          TL
Doppelt       SH see Bowers         WH                                                                                                                                                                           Gillespie      R see Taylor          TC
Doer     L see Ranawat       CS                                                                                                                                                                                  Gillies     H and Seligson           D. Precision          in the Diagnosis         of Meniscal                   Lesions:            A Corn-
Doer     LD, Sakimura         I and      MohlerJC.        Pulmonary       Emboli       following       lotal      Hip                                                                                                parison     ofClinical         Evaluation,          Arthrograph.            and Arthroscopv                                                          543
    Arthroplastv:                     lttcitfetwe                Study                                                                                                                                1085       Gilula      LA see Zolt.sn     JD
Dowd      CSE and Johnson                R. Successful       Conservative           l’reatnsent    of a Fracture-                                                                                                Gins     TJ see Eitzen      HE
   Dislocation       of the Femoral             Head.     A Case      Report                                                                                                                          1244       Gitel      SN, Salvati     EA, Weasler        5,          Robinson     HJ Jr., atsd                 Worth     MH Jr.                          Ihe
Drennan         DB,    I..ocher      FC and         Maylahn      DJ. Fractures           of the Tibial      Plateau.                                                                                                 Effect     of Total   Hip Replacement                  and General    Surgery                  on Antithrombiti                            III
   Treatmeru        hs Closed          Reduction        and Spica Cast                                                                                                                                 989           in Relation      to Venous     Thrombosis                                                                                                            653
Drinker        H and Murray            WR. The Universal              Proximal       Fernoral   Endoprosthesis.                                                                                                  Glancy        CL see Norwood        LA Jr.
   A Short-lerm             Comparison           with Conventional           Hensiarthroplasts                                                                                                        I 167      Glazer       RM tee Ecker       ML
DuncanJW,           Nasea       R atsd SchrantzJ.           Idiopathic        Chondrolvsis       of the Hip . .                                                                                 .     1024       Glimcher         MJ see Sakamoto       M
Dunham     WK and Wilborn            WH.   Maligtiant    Fibrous                                                                  Histiocytoma                   of        Bone.           Re-                   Glixncher       MJ see Shapiro       F
   port of Iwo     (:aes     atd   Review  of the Literature                                                                                                                                           939       Goldberg        RP see Davies      JAK
Dunn    HK see Bradley          CW                                                                                                                                                                               Coldflies       ML see Pankovich        AM
Dunstan   JC see Wang          GJ                                                                                                                                                                                Coldsand        EM see Opts        K
Dung    M, Muller        W, Ruedi    TP and Caner      EF. The                                                               Operative                    Treatment                  of El-                      Goldstein        MN see Harris       CM
  bow 1)islocation        in the Adult                                                                                                                                                                 239       Coodahip         AR, Lanyon      LE and McFie         H. Futsctional       Adaptation                                  of     Bone      to      In-
                                                      E                                                                                                                                                              creased     Stress.  An Experimental          Study                                                                                                  539
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Coma        ER and Harris        WR.    Iraumatic       Winging      of the Scapula                                                                     1231)
Eaton          RG. Replacetttent                            of      the   Irapeziuto                    for Arthritis                        of     the      Basal           Articula-                           Graham        JD see Waddell       G
    tit)t)5.     A New     lechnit1ue                              with   Stabilization                   by Tenodesis                                                                                      76   Grana       WA and Kopta         JA. The      Roger     Anderson        Device     in the                               treatment                of
Ecker          M see Gregg     JR                                                                                                                                                                                    Fractures      of the Distal     End of the Radius                                                                                                  I 254
Ecker          ML, Lotke     PA and                         Glazer        RM.            late      Reconstructiots                           of the         Patellar                tendon             884       Grant      ‘IT see Unit     MR
Edwards           1’W see Booth      JR                                                                                                                                                                          Gravias      ER tee Silberatein      MJ
Edwards            WS see Neal     J                                                                                                                                                                             Green       DP and McCoy          H. Iurnbuckle                   Orthotic           Correction             of         Elbow-Flexion
Ehrlich          MC.ce     Ray  RL                                                                                                                                                                                   Contractures       after  Acute   Injuries                                                                                                          1092
Eitzen          HE, Ritter     MA,    French                                  MLV          and         Gioe           TJ.          A Microbiological                                In-Use                       Green      DP see Fambrough         RA
   (:otsparison                  of      Surgical                Hand.Washitsg                       Agents                                                                                            405       Green      I see Weintroub      S
Ellison         AE.     Distal        Iliotihial-Band         Transfer           for  Anterolateral          Rotatory        in-                                                                                 Green      Wi   and Mital      MA. Congenital     Radio-Ulnar                             Svnostosis:              Surgical            Treat-
    stahilits     of the Ktee                                                                                                                                                                          331)          rnent                                                                                                                                                758
Enia       JR and Ghandur.Mnaymneh                            L. Cyst        of the     Lateral       Meniscus       Causing                                                                                     Gregg       EC see Nash     CL Jr.
    Erosion       ofthe        libial        Plateau.     A Case      Report                                                                                                                           441       GreggJR,        Lbosky       D, Harty    M, Lotke   P, Ecker                         M,     DiStefano                  V and          Das       M.
Enis JE see McCollough                        NC III                                                                                                                                                                 Serratus    Anterior     Paralysis  in the Young     Athlete                                                                                         825
Epstein         HC see Garrett              JC                                                                                                                                                                   Guise      ER see Wu KK
Eriksson         E atd        Hovelius             L. F.nder     Nailitg       in Fractures         of the 1)taphysis         of                                                                                 Gurtler      RA see Reckling         FW
    the Femur                                                                                                                                                                                         1 175      Gustio       RB see Arafiles      RP
Evans         KL .s     Hargens             AR                                                                                                                                                                   Gustilo      RB see Kyle     RF
Evanaki         PM e, De Benedetti                    M                                                                                                                                                                                                                H
                                                                                                   F                                                                                                             Habig      T tee Waters          RL

Fahmy           NP      see Patel                 D                                                                                                                                                              Hag3s    JL    see Mann        RA
Fajgenbaum          DM See Bowers      WH                                                                                                                                                                        Hall    FM tee Davies         JAK
Fambrough          PA attd Green       DP.   Ietstiot      Rupture                                                           as      a Complication                          of      Screw                       Hall    H see Waddell          G
    Fixation     ti Fractures    in the I-land.       A Case    Report                                                                                                                                 781       HaI1JE.tee       HolmesJC
Fenlin       JM See Finnegan      WJ                                                                                                                                                                             }hll   JE see Millis      MB
Ferguson       ABJr.,      Brown   TD, Fu FH atid Rutkowski                                                                       P. ReliefofPatellofernoral                                                     Hamel      ALsee     Crandall           RC
    Contact          Stress        hs Atterior             t)isplaceniett             of the Tibial            lubercle                                                                                159       Hang      V.5. Contracture           of the Hip Secondary                     to Fibrosis      of the Gluteus             Maxi-
Fery      A see Trias              A                                                                                                                                                                                mus Muscle                                                                                                                                              52
FettoJF          atd      MarshallJL.                Injurs         to the Atiterior          Cruciate           1.igatnett         Producing                                                                    Hansen        N and Tolo         V. Wound             Botulism         Complicating           an Open          Fracture.         A
    the Pivot-Shift                 Sigtt.      Att Experitttetttal               Studs    on Cadaver               Specimens                                                                          710          Case     Report     and Review           of the Literature                                                                                            512
Fielding          JW,        Pyle      RN Jr. atd               Fietti     VC Jr. Anterior                Cervical          Vertebral       Both                                                                 Hanson       C see Blair      W
    Resection            att(f     Botte-Grafting                 for    Benign        and    Maligttatst            lutnors.         A Survey                                                                   Hardy      AR.     Pressure      Recordings            in Patients          with    Fernoral        Fractures        in Cast-
    un(fer        the Auspices                 of the Cervical             Spitte      Research          Societs                                                                                       251          Braces      and Suggestiotss           for Ireatrnent                                                                                                 565
Fietti      VC Jr. see Fielding                    JW                                                                                                                                                            Hardy       AR and Baddeley                S. Pressures            Generateti        its the Thigh            Muscles        and
Finerman             CAM          see Urist         MR                                                                                                                                                              under      the Ihigh       Cast of an Uninjured                   Subject       Wearing       a Cast Brace                                            562
Finerman             GM see Markolf                   KL                                                                                                                                                         Hargens        AR, Romine          JS, Sipe JC, Evans                  KL,      Mubasak        SJ atid Akeson              WH.
Finnegan             WJ, Fenlin                JM,    Marvel           JP, Nardini           RJ and Rothman                      RH.     Results                                                                    Peripheral       Nerve-Conduction                 Block       by High        Muwle-Compartnsett                  Pressure                             192
    of      Surgical            Intervetitiots               its     the     Svtoptotnatic             Multiply-Operated                     Back                                                                Harrington         KD. Degenerative               Arthritisofthe             Ankle     Secotdary         to Lotg-Stattd-
    Patiett.         Attalvsis              of        Sixty-seven                (:ass          followed               for           lhree          to     S.evett          \ears            . .      1077          ing Lateral       Ligament         Instability                                                                                                        554
Fitzgerald            RH         Jr.       see Brodersen                      MP                                                                                                                                 Hams        CM,     Tanner       E, Coldstein              MN and           Pelts.      DS.     lhe     Surgical         Ireat-



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      titent   of    the        Carpal-lunnel                    Svtidrone             Correlated             with            Preoperattve                     Nerve-                          Kelsey      JL,      White      AA     III,        Pastides         H and                Bisbee              CE      Jr.         Ihe          ltnpact               of     Mus-
    Conductiots        Studies                                                                                                                                                         93         culoskeletal         Disorders     on the Population          of the United                                                States                                                      959
Harris      WH,     Bourne         RB and Oh I. Intra-Articular            Acetabular         Labruto.   A Pos-                                                                                Kempken           TG see Zuege       PC
    sible F.tiological         Factor    itt Certaitt Cases    of Osteoarthritts        of the Hip                                                                                 510         Kenmore           P1 see Reing    CM
Harris      WH see Garrett            JC                                                                                                                                                       K.erlan      RK see Yocum         LA
Harris      WH .see Patel          D                                                                                                                                                           Kerr     DM see Lichtman            DM
Harris      WR see Cozna            ER                                                                                                                                                         Kessler       I. A Simplified       lechiuque        to Correct      Hyperextetsiott                                                    l)efornsitv                       of the
Harrison         K tee Torstrick          RF                                                                                                                                                      Metacarpophalangeal               joitit   of the    Fhunb                                                                                                                              905
Hartwig         RH and Louis            DS. Multiple    Carpornetacarpal          Utslocations.        A Review                                                                                Kessler         I, Hecht      0 and      Baruch     A. Distraction-1.etgthetitsg                                                              of         1)igital           Rays
   of Four Cases                                                                                                                                                                  906              in the Management          of the Injured    Hand                                                                                                                                           83
Harty   M see Gregg     JR                                                                                                                                                                     Khermoah         0 see Svirsky-Fein      S
Harvey    JP Jr. see Garrett      JC                                                                                                                                                           King     D see Tie     D
Harvey    JP Jr. see Moore       TM                                                                                                                                                            Kinnett     JG and Root        L. Ats Obscure    Cause  of                                     Cocc                godvttia.            Case               Report            . ..          299
Harvey    JP Jr. see Odenheimer                                  K                                                                                                                             Klaa.ren     HE see Roose       PR
Harvey      S atd   Tchil#{233}bi H.                             Proximal             Radio-Ulttar                   Iratislocation.                      A          Case                      KOptSJA        see Grana    WA
      Report                                                                                                                                                                       447         KrickHJ.ceeWuY
Hecht   0 tee Kessler     I                                                                                                                                                                    Kummel        EG see Waddell        C
Heckman     JD see Torstrick                         RF                                                                                                                                        Kurrus      TA see Booth      JR
Heiple   KC, Brooks      DB,                      Samson              BL      and       Burstein            AH.           A     Fluted            Itttramedul-                                 Kyle     RF, Custilo     RB and Premer        RF. Analysis                                              of     Six      Hundred                      attd       Twenty-
    lar       Rod       for     Subtrochatneric                Fractures.         Biomechatucal                 Consideratiots                                                                     two    Intertrochanteric               Hip        Fractures.               A Retrospective                          and        Prospective                           Study             216
    atsd Prelitnitrnry           Clinical       Results                                                                                                                            730                                                                                          1.
Hermann           C see Berson            BL
Hill JA .see Compere                 CL                                                                                                                                                        Labosky        D see Gregg       JR
Hirano        H see Urist         MR                                                                                                                                                           Landon       CC, Johnson           KA and       Dahlin                    DC. Suhutgual          F.xostoses                                                                                256
Hirohat.a        K see Mizuno             K                                                                                                                                                    Lange       DR.      The     Mechanical         Bonding                     of Methyltnethacrvlate                                                 to      Cancellous
Hirose        FM see K.ahanovitz               N                                                                                                                                                  Bone.      Effect     of a Hetisostatic        Agetst                                                                                                                                   254
Hollinshead            P and James              KW. Scapulothoracic                 l)islocation           (I.ocked       Scapula).                                                            Ranger      L tee Svirsky.Fein            S
    A Case       Report                                                                                                                                                          I 102         Lanyon       LE and Bourn          S. The     Itsuluence                   of Mechattical                            Futctiot                 on     the Develop-
Holmes         JC, Skolnick            MD and           Hall JR. Uttreatetf               Mediat-Nerve               Entrapttett                                                                  nent     arid Remodeling             of the Tibia.                     An Experintetital                              Study                it    Sheep                                  265
    in Bone       after      Fracture       of the Distal         End of the Humerus:                      Posttnortem           Fitid-                                                        Lanyon       Il see Coodahip             AR
    usgs after       Forty-seveti           Years.      Report      of a Case                                                                                                      509         Larason       K see van der Linden              W
Hono       H see Del K                                                                                                                                                                         Lasda      NA and Hughes              EC Jr. Adamantinorna                                        of         the     lschiutt.                Case           Report                .       599
Hooper         C attd McMaater                 MJ. NeurofIbrotitatosis                   with       I ibial Cyst        Caused        by                                                       Imon        GJ see Hughes          SPF
    Recurrent         Hemorrhage.               A Case       Report                                                                                                               274          Lett.s    RM and Sweitzer             R. A leaching                            Model           for           Instruction                itt        the      Matsipula-
Hooper         C attd       McMaster          MJ. Recurretst            Bilateral        Mid-larsal            Subluxations.            A                                                           tion of Infant        Foot   Deformities                                                                                                                                              791
  Case         Report                                                                                                                                                             61 7         Levine     AM and Chi-etien                    P. Deep   Venous                       Occlusion      as the                       ltsitial               Presentation
Hoque          MA See Flynn                  JC                                                                                                                                                    of Osteogenic     Sarcoma                  of the Sacrum.                        A Case     Report                                                                                     775
Hovelius          I, Thorling                 J   attd       Fredin           H.     Recurretit            Atiterior                 1)islocation               of     the                     I.winnek        CE see Compere                   CL
   Shoulder.        Results     after   the Bankart           and Putti-Plart          Operations                                                                                  566         Lian RC.Y        see McCollough              NC III
Hovelius       L see Erik.sson        E                                                                                                                                                        Lichtman         DM,    Swafford          AW and          Kerr    DM. Calcified      Abscess     in the        Ulnar
HruakaJFsee           ManzellaJP                                                                                                                                                                  Nerve      in a Patient       with    Leprosy.       A Case       Report                                                                                                                620
Hsu      JD.   Brachial       Plexus      Injurs       following        Barbiturate        Oserdose.          Report     of                                                                    Liddell     Dsee     Mann       PA
    Ihree     Cases     with Five-Year           Follow-up                                                                                                                       1252          Lindholm        TSsee      Urist      MR
Huang        TL,    Fossier      C, Ray         DR and         Ghosh       L. Ititra-Articular             Rheumatoid                                                                          Lindseth       RE and Stelzer           LJr.    Vertebral       Excisioti   for Ks phosis    in Children         with
   Nodule        of the     Knee      Joint      Associated        with      Recurretu         Subluxation          of the                                                                        Melonieningocele                                                                                                                                                                        699
   Patella.      A Case     Report                                                                                                                                                 438         Lindstrom        JR, Ponseti          IV and Wenger            DR. Acetabular      Deseloptoent          after     Re-
Hughes             EC Jr. tee Lasda    NA                                                                                                                                                         duction    in Congetiital                  Dislocation           of         the       Hip                                                                                                   112
Hughes             PW see Wright     TM                                                                                                                                                        Linscheid      RL see Cooney                    WP III
Hughes              SPF,  Lemon     GJ, Davies                             DR,        Bassingthwaighte                              JB      and       Kelly            PJ.                     Lipton     DR see Patel      MR
      Extraction           of     Minerals         after         Experimental                 Fractures              of       the        libia       to Dogs                .      857         I..ocher     FC      see Drennan           DB
Hui        FC see Morrey               BF                                                                                                                                                      Lombardo           SJ see Yocum     LA
                                                                                        I                                                                                                      Lonstein         JR see Cummine      JL
                                                                                                                                                                                               Lonstein         JR see Winter    RB
Inaall     J, Scott WN attd Ranawat                                   CS.          Ihe    lotal         Cotidlar                  Knsee          Prosthesis.                A                  I.tk        P.cee Gregg    JR
    Report     of Iwo Hutidred   and                                lwettts          Cases                                                                                         I 73        Lotke       PA see Ecker      ML
                                                                                                                                                                                                         WN see Waddell
                                                                                                                                                                                               I.#{248}tto                      C
                                                                                       J                                                                                                       Loughlin          RC Jr. tee McCollough                       NC         III
Jablon         M, Sutker        A attd        Post     M. irreducible            Fracture       of the Middle              Ihird       of                                                      Louis       DS.cee   Hartwig          RH
   the      Clavicle.      Report        ofa     Case                                                                                                                              296         LovittJ.see        McCollough                 NC      III
Jackson         DR and Lyne               RD. Infatitile        Cortical         H’perostosis.           Case     Report                                                           770         Lyne      ED tee Jackson             DR
J ackson        RD, Padgett            TS atid Donovan               MM. Posterior              Iliopsoas        Muscle        Iratts-                                                                                                                                              M
     fer in Melocfysplasia                                                                                                                                                             40
Jacobs        B see Salvati          RA                                                                                                                                                        McCollough            NC     III,    Rnis     JR,    Levitt     J, Lian EC.Y,        Niemann         KNW        anti
J acobson         JA see Booth           JE                                                                                                                                                       Loughlin         EC Jr. Synovectomy              or Total      Replacensett     of the Knee        its Henio-
James        HE, McLaurin              RL and Watkins              WT. Retnissioti             of Pes Cavus           itt Surgical-                                                              philia                                                                                                                                                                                        69
     1 Ireated          Spinal       Dsraphism.            Report      ofa      Case                                                                                             1096          McCoy        Hsee    Green        DP
James        KW See Hollinshead                    R                                                                                                                                           McCue        FC III see Baugher             WH
Janecki          CJ and          Barnett           DC.     Fracture-Dislocatioti                of     the      Shoulder          with                                                         McCullochJA             tee Waddell         G
     Biceps      Tendoti        Interposition.           Case     Report                                                                                                           142         MacEwen         GD.cee      Yong-Hing          K
Jardon         OM,       Wingard           DW,       Barak      AJ arid Connolly                  JF.     Malignant          Hper-                                                             McFie      H see Coodship            AR
     thertnia.        A Potetitialls         Fatal Sytidrotne            its Orthopaedic              Patietits                                                                  1064          McKenna         GB see Bradley            GW
Jobe      FW see Yocum               LA                                                                                                                                                        McLaughlin           RE, Wang         G-J, Ritchie        WPJr.     atid Sweet    DR. Protracted         Survival
J ohanson          PH tee Kahanovitz                 N                                                                                                                                           in Chondrosarcoma                  Despite      an Unusual           Metastasis   that   Regressed         Spoti-
J ohnson        JR see Torstrick              RF                                                                                                                                                 tatieouslv                                                                                                                                                                                   I 37
J ohnson         KA see Landon               CC                                                                                                                                                McLaurin          RL see James         HE
Johnson          R .see Dowd          CSE                                                                                                                                                      McMaster         JH see Rutkowski             P
Johnson          RJ see Pope          MH                                                                                                                                                       McMaster          MJ see Hooper           C
Johnson        PP see Trader        JR                                                                                                                                                         Machieder        HI see Matos        MH
Johnston          PC,      Brand    PA                     atsd    Crowninshield                       RD.            Rerotistructioti                    of the                               Makley      JT see Derkash         RS
    Hip.       A    Mathematical                           Approach         to              I)eterrnine                Optiniutu                     Geotoetric                                Mani    VJ see Crowe        JF
    Relationships                                                                                                                                                                 639          Mann      PA,   Hagy     JL, White       V and Liddell                                  D.     the    Initiatiot                       of Gait                                             232
JonesJM.          Revisiottal    lotal                     Hip      Replacetnettt                 for    Faileif          Rittg          Arthroplasts                   ..       1029          Manoli      A II. Medial      Displacement       ofthe                               Shaft      ofthe      Radius                      with a Fracture                            of
                                                                                       K                                                                                                         the Radial       Neck.    Report     of a Case                                                                                                                                           788
                                                                                                                                                                                               Mantz      FA .see Reckling        PH
Kaden       DA see Poss         R                                                                                                                                                              Manugian         AH see Canale         ST
Kahanovitz         N,Johanaon                      PH atl(f           Hirose    FM. Ewings                         Sarcottta              Presetiting                with                      ManzellaJP,          Vanvoris      LP and Hrusk.aJF.                                     Isolated              Calcaneal                  Fuberculous                        Os-
    a Coexistent        Bacterial                 Organisto.              A Case   Report                                                                                          604           teomyelitis.        A Case     Report                                                                                                                                                    946
Kalamchi         A see Yong-Hing                       K                                                                                                                                       Marchi.sello       P see Ranawat         CS
Kalbfleisch       JH see Trader                     JR                                                                                                                                         Margari.s       P see Veicsteinas         A
K.sppaa      A .cee Pournaras                     J                                                                                                                                            Markolf        KL, Finerman         GM and Amstutz                                    HC.         itt        Vtiro     Measurements                                 of     Knee
Kasdon      RJ .cee Davies   JAK                                                                                                                                                                 Stability         after      Bicondylar       Replacemetit                                                                                                                               547
Kashiwagi       D see Mizuno     K                                                                                                                                                             Marmor            L. Marmor            Modular       Knee            in         Utiicotiiparttuental                               l)isease.                  Mitiititurn
Keagy      RD see Wu Y                                                                                                                                                                            Four-Year              Follow-up                                                                                                                                                        347
Kelly    EG .cee Stauffer    ES                                                                                                                                                                Marshall          JL see Arnoczky             SP
Kelly    PJ see Hughes      SPF                                                                                                                                                                Marshall          JL see Fetto JF
Kelly     PJ see Sorensen     WC                                                                                                                                                               Marshall          JL see Warren           LF




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Marvel         JP    see Finnegan                    WJ                                                                                                                                                  Pp.stides      H see Kelsey JL
Matos        MH, Amstutz     HC and Machleder                                          HI. Ischemia                     of        the        Lower           Extremity                                   Patel      D, Moellering        PC Jr., Thrasher             K, Fahmy    NP      antI Harris       WH.     The
  after       lotal Hip Replacement.          Report                                 of Four Case                                                                                                24          Effect    of Hypotensive           Anesthesia       on Cephalothin       Coticentrations        its Bone
Mayer        PJ an(f Micheli    U.   Avulsion        of                              the Fernoral                   Attachment                       of      the       Poste-                                and Muscle       of Patients       Undergoing         total  Hip Replacetitettt                                                                                      531
  nor    Cruciate      1.igattient    in an Eleveti-ear-Old                                                 Bo.       Case              Report                                             431           Patel     MR, SilverJW,         Lipton      DR and Pearlman          HS. L.ipofihrotria      ofihe    Mediati
Maylahn      DJ see Drennan           DB                                                                                                                                                                     Nerve     in the Palm an(i Digits             of the Hand                                                                                                            389
MazurJM,         Schwartz        R and Simon     SR. Ankle                                        Arthrodesis.                     Long-Term                         Follow-                             Patel      U see Ruby    L
  up with Gait Atsalvsis                                                                                                                                                                   964           Patzakia      MJ see Moore        TM
Mazur        JM see Demottaz                      JD                                                                                                                                                     Pearlman        HS .rc, Patel      MR
Meals        PA.  Overgrowth                        of      the      Femur           following                 Fractures                     in     Children:                  In-                       Pearson       RL see Pankovich           AM
   fluetice     of Handeditess                                                                                                                                                             381           Pedras       CV tee Winter           RB
Meisterlmg         RC i” Norwood             LA Jr.                                                                                                                                                      Peinado         A. Distal    Radial      Epiphyseal       1)isplacetiient    after                         Irnpairetf                    l)istal        Ulnar
Meyers        MH ice Moore         TM                                                                                                                                                                        Growth.        An Experimental             Study    in Rabbits                                                                                                         88
Micheli       U see Mayer        PJ                                                                                                                                                                      Pellicci       P tee Ranawat          CS
Michels        H see Wientroub         S                                                                                                                                                                 Pellicci        PM and       Wilson        PD Jr. Chotidrolysis           of the                            Hips              Associated                     with
Michelsen         CB see Fleming         PR Jr.                                                                                                                                                               Severe      Burns.    A Case       Report                                                                                                                           592
Milbauer        B see Svirsky.Fein         S                                                                                                                                                             Pellicci        PM, Salvati        RA and Robinson               HJ. Mechanical                             Failures                   itt    lotal           Hip
Miller      RH see Sammarco           CJ                                                                                                                                                                      Replacement          Requiritig       Reoperatioti                                                                                                                    28
Miller       F an(f Wenger          DR.     Femoral                             Neck           Stress             Fracture                   in     a Hyperactive                                        Perry       J tee Waters      RL
   Child.    A Case      Report                                                                                                                                                            435           Peterson         HA see Burkhart           SS
Miller     WA.   Plantar       Neurorna        Visualization           with  a laminar      Spreader                                                                                      1258           Peterson         LFA see Brodersen             MP
Millie     MB atid      Hall    JR. Transiliac             Letigthening        of the    lower       Extremity.                                                                   A                      Pettee       DS see Harris        CM
   Modified     Innorninate         Osteotorns           for the Treatment           of Postural        Imbalance                                                                     .   I I 82         Pettrone         FA see Nirsehl        PP
Mires     JM see Urist       MR                                                                                                                                                                          Pillzi     K tee Nash        CL Jr.
Miskew      DB, Block        PA and        Witt     PF. Aspiration          of Infectetf     Sacro-lliacjoints                                                                            1071           Ponseti       IV tee Lindatrom           JR
Mital    MA. l.crigthetiitig      of the Elbow       Flexors                                        in Cerebral                    Palsy                                                    515          Ponseti       IV tee Weinstein           SL
Mital    MA    cc Green       WT                                                                                                                                                                         Pope      MH,Johnson              RJ, Brown        DW and Tighe             C. Ihe                       Role         of      the       Musculature
Mital    MA see Ruby         L                                                                                                                                                                                in Injuries       to the Medial        Collateral        Ligatitent                                                                                                 398
Mitchell     DC we Wu KK                                                                                                                                                                                 Poss      R, Thilly        WG arid Kaden             DA. Methvltnethacrvlate                                    is    a     Mutageti                 for     .%a1
Mizuno      K, Hirohata        K atid   K.aahiwagi        D.                                   Fracture-Separation                                   of      the       Distal                                monell.a     tvphimurtum                                                                                                                                            I 203
.  Hutneral     Epiphvsis      tn Young     Children                                                                                                                                        570          Post M see Jablon              M
Mnaymneh                W, Brown     M, Tejada                              F and            Morrison          C. Pritnar                                  Osteogenic                                    PournarasJ            arid Ksppsa        A. Volar        Perilutiar      I)islocatioti.                         A Case              Report                               625
  Sarcotna            of the Second     Cervical                         Vertebra.            Case      Report                                                                              460          Pozzolini         M tee Veicsteinas          A
Mochizuki             RM atttf Schurman          DJ.                     Patellar          Cotuplicatitnis        following                                 lotal          Knee                          Premer        PFsee       Kyle     PF
   Arthroplasts                                                                                                                                                                             879          Prietto      CA. SupracondsIar               Fractures         of the Hutnerus.                             .5 (otiipararive                            Studs
Moe JH see             Boxall    D                                                                                                                                                                           of 1)unlops          Traction     versus       Percutaneous          Pinning                                                                                         425
MOeJH        ice       CummineJL                                                                                                                                                                         Pyk RN Jr. see Fielding                JW
Moe JH see             Winter    RB
Moellering             RC Jr. see Patel                     D                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Q
Mohler      JG        see Doer    LD                                                                                                                                                                     Quigley         JT.    A Glornus          lumor           of   the    Heel         Pad.        A Case       Report                                                       443
Moore      TM,           Meyers     MH,                   Patzakis            MJ,      Terry            R     arid           Harvey                 JP      Jr.      Closed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      P
   Biopsy      of Musctiloskeletal          Lesions                                                                                                                                         375
Money         BF, Cha.o    RY and      Hui FC. Biotnechanical             Studs                                              of the               Elbow       following                                  Ran.swat         CS,     O’Leary          P,   Pellicci          P.   Taairis             P.     Marchisello                   P anti                Doer        L
   Excisioti      of the Radial      Head                                                                                                                                                      63           Cervical       Spine    Fusion           in Rheumatoid                 Arthritis                                                                                     1005
Morris       JM we Coughlin          MJ                                                                                                                                                                  Ranawat         CS .see Crowe          JF
Morrison         C see Mnaymneh           W                                                                                                                                                              R.anawat        CS see Insall         J
Morrissy        RT. Acetahular        (:sst    in a Child.       A Case    Report                                                                                                           609          Rao    BR.       Supernumerary                    1oe      Arising        frotii        the       Medial             Cutieiforrn.                     A Case
Moses      JM, Flatt AR attn Cooper                 PR. Atitiular     Cotistricting                                                      Batids                                             562             Report                                                                                                                                                                 508
Mubarak         SJ SC, Hargens       AR                                                                                                                                                                  Ray RD tee Huang           TL
Muller       W see Dung         M                                                                                                                                                                        Ray RL and Rhrlich             MG. Lateral       Hamstring      transfer        and Gait       linprosenietit
Murphy         WA see Zoltan       JD                                                                                                                                                                       in the Cerebral       Palsy    Patient                                                                                                                                719
Murray        WR SC, Drinker         H                                                                                                                                                                   Raynor      AC, Vargas-Cortes,            F, Alexander      PW and          Bingham         HG.      Clear-Cell
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sarcoma      with Melanin        Pigment:     A Possible    Soft-lissue         Variatit      of Malignatit
                                                                                       N
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Melanotna.       Case   Report                                                                                                                                        276
Naidu    R tee Parlett   PC                                                                                                                                                                              R.eckling     PH, Curtler       PA and Manta         FA. Recurrent         Giant-Cell       luitsor      of Boric
Nakamura      S see Doi K                                                                                                                                                                                    in a Thirteen-Year-Old           Girl.     A Case   Report                                                                                                           281
Nardini    RJ ice Finnegan         WJ                                                                                                                                                                    Reing       CM,     Richin     PF and       Kenmore     P1. 1)ifferetitial                                 Bone-Scattttitig                            itt      the
Nasca    P see Duncan     JW                                                                                                                                                                                 Evaluation       of a Painful     total     joint Replacement                                                                                                        955
Nash    CL Jr. Acute      Cervical                              Soft-lissue                Injury       and           l.ate             1)eforrnitv.                 A Case                              R.esnick       P tee Rutkowski      P
   Report                                                                                                                                                                                   305          Rayes     CV we Zvetina          JR
Nash      CL        Jr.,        Gregg          EC,        Brown          RH      and         Pillai          K.      Risks              of        Exposure              to      X-                       Rice T see Daniel    D
   Rays   its Patients      Utidergoing        Long-Term      Treatment     for .Scoliosis                                                                                                  371          Richin  PF see Reing               CM
Neal      J,Wach’el       TL,     Carza     OT atid Edwards         WS.  Later     Arterial                                                                  Etoboliza-                                  Rjckard  TA see Stark               HH
   tioti Cotnplicatitig         lotal    Hip Replacernetit.      A Case  Report                                                                                                             429          Ritchie          WP Jr. see McLaughlin                   RE
Nebel    R see Beall       MS Jr.                                                                                                                                                                        Pitter        MA tee Ritzen           HR
Neidre    A ice Clanton           TO                                                                                                                                                                     Rids        REJr.       Editorial.       Mutagetiesis           versus     Carcinogenesis           of Plastic      ltttplatits    .1                                    201
Newton      TH see Van Dalsem               VF                                                                                                                                                           Roberts            JB and        Pankratz        DC.      The      Surgical       Treatment           of Ileterotopic           Os-
Nickel    VL se, Garrett          JC                                                                                                                                                                          sificatioti      at the Elbow          following         Long-Ierm           Coma                                                                                   760
Niemann       KNW       see McCollough           NC III                                                                                                                                                  Robinson             HJ tee Pellicci         PM
Nirschl     PP atid Pettrone           FA.   Iennis    Elbow. The Surgical      Ireatmetit                                                                   of Lateral                                  Robinson             HJ Jr. see Gitel         SN
   Epicondsltits                                                                                                                                                                            832          Rogers           JG and Ceho            WB.      Fibrodssplasia            Ossihcans        Progressisa.         A Surses         of
Norwood          LA Jr.,              Andrews             JR, Meisterling                    PC       and         Clancy                GL          Acute           Atitero-                                  Forts-two          Cases                                                                                                                                            909
   lateral     Rotators                Itistahilits         of the Knee                                                                                                                     704          Romine            JS see Hargena          AR
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Rooholamini               SA see Shahriaree               H
                                                                                       0
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Roose           PR, Chingren            CL,      Klaaren         HE and         Broock       C. Opett        Reductioti         for
O’Connor          J see Ruby L                                                                                                                                                                              Congenital        Dislocation          of the      Hip     Usitig    the    Fergusoti                                  Procedure.                   A      Re-
Odenheimer            K atitf HarveyJPJr.            Internal       Fixation     of                                     Fracttire                  ofthe            Head        of                          view ofIwenty-six              Cases                                                                                                                                  915
    the Radius.        lxii   Case    Repcirts                                                                                                                                              785          Root      L tee Kinnett      JG
Oegema          TR Jr. see Thompson            PC Jr.                                                                                                                                                    Rosenthal        RK see Cebhardt              MC
Ofllerski        C we Certzbein          SD                                                                                                                                                              R.ostron       PKM       and      Calver        RF.    Subcutaneous            Atrophy                                    followttig                 Siethsl-
Opts        K atiti Goldsand        EM. A Simple            Biplanar        Method                                           of     Measuritig                      Fernoral                                prednisolone         Injection        iii Osgood-Schlatter            Epiphvsitis                                                                                     627
     Anteversion        atitf Neck-Shaft        Angle                                                                                                                                       846          Rothacker        GW Jr. see Coventry                MB
Ogoshi         E SC’ fbi       K                                                                                                                                                                         Rothmsn         PH .rc, Finnegan             WJ
Oh I see Harris            WH                                                                                                                                                                            Pubin       PM tee Arnoczky             SP
O’Leary          P see Ranawat        CS                                                                                                                                                                 Pubinstein         E see Svirsky.Fein            S
Olerud         S. Recotistructioti       of                     a Fractured            Femur                following                   lotal        Hip          Replace-                               Ruby       L, Mital   MA, O’ConnorJ                and PattI        U. Anteversion                              of the           Fetnoral               Neck.
    ttiettt.    Report of a Case                                                                                                                                                            937             Comparison      of Methods        of Measurenient                               in Patietits                                                                            46
Otter        TA see Stark          HH                                                                                                                                                                                               M
                                                                                                                                                                                                         R#{252}ediTP see D#{252}#{241}g
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Putkowski      R, Resnick       P and McMasterJH.                                  Osteosarcoma                      Occurritig                itt     Osteo-
                                                                                       P
                                                                                                                                                                                                            genesis        Imperfecta.         A Case            Report                                                                                                           606
Padgett       TS see Jackson        RD                                                                                                                                                                   Rutkowski             P see Ferguson           AB        Jr.
Pankovich          AM,   Coldflies       ML atof    Pearson        RL.   Closed       Ender                                                                 Nailing             of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      S
   Fetiioral-Shaft       Fractttres                                                                                                                                                        222
Pankratz        DC see Roberts        JB                                                                                                                                                                 Sahlstrand            T. L)isruptioti          of       the      Pelvic          Ring          Ireated          hs         Extertial                 Skeletal
Parlett       PC atiti   Naidu       P. Serial Serum       Protein     Determinations                                                                      its .Scoliottc                                    Fixation.         A Case   Report                                                                                                                                    435
  Children                 lreatetf          fV, Spitie         Fusion        an(i     Autotransfusioti                                                                                     105          Sajadi       K see Shabriaree              H



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                                                                                                                                                      PAGI                                                                                                                                                                      PAGS


Sakamoto           M, Sakamoto            5, Brickley.Parsons                D atsd Climcher            MJ. Collagen                                                Thomas           WH     see Demottaz    JD
    Ssttthesis       an(f 1)egratfatiott         in Etiibnortic         Chick-Bone        Explants        .                                            l042         Thompson              PCJr.   arid Oegema             TRJr.      Metabolic               Actisit       of Articular              Cartilage
Sakamoto          S .iee Sakamoto          M                                                                                                                            in Osteoarthritis.         An in Vitro Study                                                                                                             407
Sakimura          I See Dorr      LD                                                                                                                                Thompson            PG see Compere       CL
Salama          P see Wientroub          S                                                                                                                          Thorling       J see Hovelius       L
Salvati        EA, Wright       TM,      Burstein       AH an(f Jacobs             B. Fracture     of Polethylene                                                   Thrasher        K see Patel      D
    Acetabular          Cups.   Report       of Iwo Cases                                                                                              1239         Tighe     C see Pope       MH
Salvati        EA see Citel     SN                                                                                                                                  Tolo     V see Hansen         N
Salvati        EA see Pellicci        PM                                                                                                                            Tomaiuoli          M see Donelson       PG
Sammarco            CJ anti    Miller       RH. Partial         Rupture       of the Flexor        Hallucis    I.ongus                                              Tominaga          S see Del K
      letidoti        ti Classical     Ballet        I)atscers.        Iwo       Case       Reports                                                      I 49       Torstrick        PF,    Harrison      K, Heckman                  JD        arid     Johnson           JR.         Chronic            Bursitis
Samson           BL see Heiple          KC                                                                                                                             Caused    by Phialophora    richardsiae.  A Case Report                                                                                                   772
Samuelson             KM SC, Bradley               CW                                                                                                               Torzilli   PA see Wright      TM
Sanders          B tee Clanton         TO                                                                                                                           Trader    JE, Johnson       PP and Kalbfieisch     JH.  Bone-Mineral                                               Content,           Surface
Schildhaus             AIR see Termanini                  ZA                                                                                                            Hardness,      and     Mechanical      Fixation               in        the      Human            Radius.              A Correlative
Schrantz          J see Duncan         JW                                                                                                                               Study                                                                                                                                                   1217
Schurman             DJ s       Mochizuki            PM                                                                                                             Trias     A and Fery A. Cortical          Circulation                  of     Long          Botses                                                          1052
Schwartz           E see Mazur        JM                                                                                                                            Taziris     P see’ Ranawat      CS
Schwinn           CP see DeBenedetti                   MJ                                                                                                           Tie     D, Branick      R, Beatie     J and King                 D.        lurn.Up            Osteoplast                for    Tibial          Be-
Scott       WN      see Insall      J                                                                                                                                  fect frotii Osteomyelitis.             A Case      Report                                                                                                 764
Seligson          D see Gillies        H                                                                                                                            Tucker      RE,    Winter         WG Jr. and Wilson                 HD.    Osteomyelitis          Associated         with
Shahriaree             H, Sajadi      K atof        Pooholamini              SA.        A Fattiily    with       Spondslolisthesis                     1256            Chromobacterium         t’iolacesm      Sepsis.     A Case       Report                                                                                   949
Shahriaree              H, Sajadi              K, Silver        CM atitf         Sheikholeslamzadeh                  S. Excisiotial                                 Turco     VJ. Resistant        Congenital         Club    Foot - One-Stage               Posteromedial          Release
    Arthroplasts              if the Elfxiss                                                                                                            922            with   Internal     Fixatioti.      A Follow-up           Report     of a Fifteen-Year            Experience           .                             .     805
Shahriaree             H ee Ahmadi                 B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           U
Shapiro          F attd Glimclser                MJ. (,ross       attl    Htstologtcal          Abttortnalities        of the laf us
    itt   (:otigetittal         (:ltth     loot                                                                                                         522         Unni      KK see Sim FH
Shapiro            F, Simon            S itt(f      Climcher           MJ. Hereditar               Multiple        Exostoses.           Au-                         Urist     MP, Grant  TT, Lindholm      TS,                    MirraJM,      Hirano                   H and Finerman                     CAM.
    thrtipotttetric.             Roetttgetiographic.                 and Clinical         Aspects                                                        815            Induction    of New-Bone      Formation                         its the   Host                   Bed  by Human                      Bone-
Sheikholeslamzadeh                       S see Shahriaree               H                                                                                               Tumor          Iratisplatits         in Athymic       Nude        Mice                                                                                  1207
Shelton           WR      atitf      Canale         ST.     Fractures         of the        libia      through       the      Proxitnal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           V
     Iihial       Epiphvseal            Cartilage                                                                                                          167
Shields         CL Jr. See Yocum                   LA                                                                                                               Van      Dalsem         VF,     Cenant      HK     and       Newton       TH.     Progressive                                  Diaphyseal
Shile       P see Wientroub                  S                                                                                                                         Dysplasia.       Report       of a Case    with Thirty-four           Years   of Progressive                                  Disease             ..      596
Shives        TC see Bradley                 CW                                                                                                                     van der Linden           W atid Larsson        K. Plate Fixation         versus   Conservative                                 Treatment
Siegel        IM e, Barmada                    P                                                                                                                       ofTibial       Shaft     Fractures.     A Randomized            Trial                                                                                      873
Silberstein            MJ, Brodeur                 AR arid       Graviss         ER. Sottie         Vagaries       of the Capitel-                                  Vance       RM see Gelberman            RH
    Iwo                                                                                                                                                  244        Vanvoris        LP see Manzella         JP
Silver       CM ice Abmadi                   B                                                                                                                      Vargas-Cortes           F see Raynor       AC
Silver       CM ice Shahriaree                     H                                                                                                                Varma         BP and Srivastava            TP.    Successful        Regeneration        of Large                                 Extruded
Silver       JW (cc Patel              MR                                                                                                                               Diaphyseal           Segments         of the Radius.         Report     of Two   Cases                                                                   290
Sim FH atid Chao                      RYS.       Prosthetic        Replacettieto          of the Knee           and a 1.arge          Seg-                           Veicsteinas          A, Aghemo             P, Margaria        R, Cova      P and Pozzolini      M. Energy      Cost
    titetfi    of the Feuttur   or libta                                                                                                                 887            ofWalking            with     Lesions      ofthe      Foot                                                                                              1073
Sim FH, Unni           KK, BeaboutJW                        and    Dahlin          DC.     ()steosarcoma             with     Small      Cells                       Volz     PC.      Brief      Note.     A Method         of Skeletal       Fractioti  to Protect   a Reatrached
    Sutnulatitug      Ewittgs    I tittior                                                                                                               207            Patellar        lendon        following        Total    Knee    Replacetnetit                                                                           1 109
Simon        S sec Shapiro    F
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           W
Simon        SR ice Demottaz       JD
Simon        SR see Mazur     JM                                                                                                                                    Wachtel          TL     ice   Neal   J
Sipe JC ice Hargens           AR                                                                                                                                    Waddell       C, Kummel      EC, Lotto   WN,    Graham       JD, Hall         H atid McCulloch            JA.
Skolnick         MD see Holmes         JC                                                                                                                              Failed     Lutubar    Disc Surgery    and    Repeat     Surgery        followitig      Itidustrial      In-
Slabaugh          P ee Waters     PL                                                                                                                                   juries                                                                                                                                                     201
Slabaugh          PB ee Coughlin           MJ                                                                                                                       WaIIJJ.      Compartment      Syndrome     as a Complication          of the Hauser           Procedure..                                                     I 85
Sledge       CB (CC Demottaz        JD                                                                                                                              Wang      G-J, Dunstan     JC and Stamp      WG. Unusual         Recurrence           of Enchondroma.
Smith       L e, Dawson       EC                                                                                                                                       A Case      Report                                                                                                                                        452
Smith       RK see Amstutz        HC                                                                                                                                Wang      G-J see McLaughlin       RE
Smith        TK ice Coughlin                  MJ                                                                                                                    Warren       LF atid Marshall      JL. The    Supportitig       Structures          arid Layers       on the
Sorensen           WC, Bloom                JD an(i Kelly           PJ. lhe         Effects      of lntrariiedullary                Methyl-                            Medial       Side of the Knee.             An Anatomical     Analysis                                                                                       56
    ttetltacrs        late     iti(f Reatiiing          oti the Circulatioti                of the       libia     after      Osteotoniy                            Waters      Ri,     Garland        DE, Perry      J, Habig T and Slabaugh                             P. Stiff-Legged                   Gait     in
    atuf Plate          Ftxatiott       itt   1)ogs                                                                                                     417            Hemiplegia.           Surgical      Correction                                                                                                            927
Srinivaaan            H. Movetiietit              Pattertis       of ltsterosseus-Minus                   Futigers                                      557         Watkins       WT see James            HE
Srinivasan            H. Clitsical           Features        of Paralytic         Claw       Fingers                                                   1060         Watts     HG see Stern            PJ
Srivast.ava          TP ee Varma                 BP                                                                                                                 Waugh       TP see De Benedetti                 M
Stamp         WC see Wang               G-J                                                                                                                         Weber      AHsee        Winter       RB
Stark        HH,       Otter        TA,       Boyes       JH      amf      Rickard          TA.        Atavistic         Cotttrahetnes                              Weiland         AJ and       Daniel      RK.      Microvascular   Anastomoses                                for      Bone       Grafts            in
    1)igitorutts           atni      Associate(f         Muscle        Abtiornialities            of the Hand:               A Cause         of                        the Treatment        of Massive        Defects    in Bone                                                                                                   98
    Svttlnotts.            Report (if Ihree                 Cases                                                                                        286        Weinstein     SL and Ponseti           IV. Congenital      Dislocation     of the Hip.     Open   Reduc-
Statton        WO ee Bradley                   CW                                                                                                                      tion Through        a Medial      Approach                                                                                                                 119
Stauffer          ES, Wood             RW atid          Kelly       RG. (;tutishit            Woutds           (if the Spitie:            Ihe                       Weintroub      5, Green       I, Terdiman         P and Weisaman          SL. Growth       and 1)evelop-
    Effects       of l.atititiectotns                                                                                                                    389           ment   of Congenitally         Dislocated       Hips  Reduced       in Early  Itifaticy                                                                    I 25
Steinberg           CC.      Osteoniselitis            of the Rib Presettuitig                  as Painful          lorticollis.         Case                       Weissman      SL see Weintroub            S
    Report                                                                                                                                               61 4       Wenger     DR see Lindatrom            JR
Stelzer        LJr.      (     Lindseth           PR                                                                                                                Wenger     DR see Miller        F
Stephen          J see Taylor            TC                                                                                                                         Wenger     DR see Taylor         TC
Stern       PJ atof Watts             HG. Osteottecrosis                after     Renal       I ratisplantattoti             in Children                 85 1       Weasler    S see Gitel     SN
Stinchfield          FE (CC Fleming               RE      Jr.                                                                                                       West    WF see Coughlin         MJ
Stirnaman           JR see Abraham                R                                                                                                                 Weatin     GW see Cabaud         HE
Stratigos         JS ice Wu Y                                                                                                                                       White     AA III see Kelsey       JL
Sutker       A ice Jablon         M                                                                                                                                 White     V see Mann     PA
Svirsky-Fein          S, Langer       L, Milbauer                        B,      Khermosh             0      atttl     Rubinstein                R.                 Wientroub       5, Michels      H, Baratz    M, Shile                         P and Salama      P. Ewings                               rumor
    Neonatal       Ostotiiyelitis    Caused     bi                   Casdida        tropwali.             Repcrt       of    Iwo         Cases                          of the Cuboid     Bone     Simulating   Avascular                          Necrosis. Report    of a Case                                                 951
   atid Revuew        if the 1.iterature                                                                                                                 455        Wilborn     WH see Dunham           WK
Swafford        AW ice Lichtman          DM                                                                                                                         Wilson     HD see Tucker        RE
Sweet      DE ice McLaughlin           RE                                                                                                                           Wilson     PD Jr. see Pellicci       PM
Sweitzer       P s,, [tts         PM                                                                                                                                Wilson     PD Jr. see Wright        TM
                                                                                                                                                                    Wingard      DW tee Jardon        OM
                                                                             T
                                                                                                                                                                    Winter     PB,    Moe JH,     Bradford    DS, Lonstein                             JR,      Pedras       CV         atid      Weber          AH.
Tanner        E ire Harris         CM                                                                                                                                  Spine     Deformity    in Neurohbromatosis.                         A Review               of One         Hundred             and         Two
Taylor       TC, Wenger             DP,    Stephen       J, Gillespie        P atid Bobechko                                WP.      Surgical                          Patients                                                                                                                                                  677
    Mattagetiient         of Ihoracic           Kyphosts      us Adolescetits                                                                              496      Winter      PB see Bozall    D
                  H
Tch#{235}l#{233}bi ice Harvey           S                                                                                                                           Winter      RB tee Cummine                 JL
Tejada       F ice Mnaymneh               W                                                                                                                         Winter      WG see Tucker                RE
Terdiman           P see Weintroub            S                                                                                                                     Witt   PF tee Miskew       DB
Termanini            ZA ati(i Schildhaus             AIR.   A Simplified        Method     for                        the     Rensoval           of                 Wood     PW see Stauffer       ES
    Screws       with   1)attiaged        Heads                                                                                                            631      Worth      MH Jr. see Gitel     SN
Terry      P (CC Moore           TM                                                                                                                                 Wright      TM,  Hughes       PW, Torzilli     PA and                         Wilson   PD Jr.                 A      Method            for      the
Thilly      WC see Poss           P                                                                                                                                    Postmortem      Evaluation      of an in Situ Total                         Hip Replacement                                                               661




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Wright       TM see Salvati          EA                                                                                             Yuan      HA,   Cady          PB and       DePoss        C. Osteochondritis                     I)issecatis         of     the        I alus
Wu KK, Mitchell               DC and Guise         ER. Chordoma          of the     Atlas.    A Case        Report          140        Associated     with         Subchondral        Cysts.    Report      of        lhree         Cases .                                             I 249
Wu Y, Keagy           PD,      Krick    HJ, StratigosJS      arid Betts     HB.     An Innovative            Remov-                 Yunis     R see Bender           BL
   able      Rigid     Dressitig       lechnique        for Below-the-Knee             Amptitation.           A Pre-                                                                                     z
   limitiars       Report                                                                                                  724
                                                                                                                                    Zakaib     CS    see Gelberman           PH
                                                                                                                                    Zoellner        G and Clancy           W Jr.       Recurretit       Dislocation           of     he    Perotteal           letidotu            .     292
                                                                Y
                                                                                                                                    Zoltan     JD,       Gilula      LA     and       Murphy         WA.      Unilateral              Facet        I)islocatioti             be-
Yocum        LA,     Kerlan        RK, Jobe       PH,    Carter      VS, Shields     CL Jr.,    Lombardo            SJ                 tween     the Fifth   Lumbar            and         First Sacral   Vertebrae.               Case    Report                                        767
   atid Collins          HR.       Isolated      Lateral    Metiiscectotiiy.       A Study     of   iwenty-six                      Zuege     PC,    Kempken      TG           and         Blount     WP.   Epiphseal                 Stapling           for       Angular
   Patietuts     with     Isolated        I ears                                                                           338         Deformity      at the Knee                                                                                                                              20
Yong.Hing          K, Kalamchi             A and MacEwen          GD. Cervical      Spine   Abnormalities           in              Zvetin.s     JR,  Foster   J and               Rayes      CV.    Myt’obacterism            kan.sasii          Infection          of      the
   Neurouibromatosts                                                                                                       695         Elbow    Joint.       A Case       Report                                                                                                        1099




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                                                                          A
                                                                                                                                                        Bacterial        Organism,             Ewing’s         Sarcoma           Presenting          with     a Coexistent.            A Case
Abscess,         Calcified,         in the   Ulnar    Nerve      in a Patient      with   Leprosy.        A Case                                           Report.        Kahanovitz             N, .Johanson             PH and Hirose              FM                                                        604
   Repoti.        Lichtman           DM. Swafford      AW and Kerr DM                                                                           620     Ballet      Dancers,          Partial        Rupture           of the Flezor             Hallucis         Longus         Tendon         In
Acetabular          Cups,       Fracture    of Polyethylene.          Report   of Two    Cases.     Salvati    EA.                                         Classical.         Two       Case       Reports.        Sammarco             GJ and Miller            EH                                             149
   Wright        TM.       Burstein      AH and Jacobs         B                                                                               1239     Bankart         and     Puttl-Platt            Operations,             Results       after      the.     Recurrent          Anterior
Acetabular          Cyst      in a Child.      A Case    Report.      Morrissy    RT                                                            609        Dislocation           of the Shoulder.                 Hovelius          L, Thorling           J and Fredin           H                              566
Acet.abular          Development           after   Reduction        in Congenital       Dislocation         of the                                      (Bateman)            Replacement,                  Postoperative               Separation            of     the     Femoral          and
   Hip.    Lindstrom             JR.      Ponseti       IV and      Wenger          DR                                                           I 12      Acetsbular            Components               of a Single-Assembly                      Total       Hip.    Report        of Two
Acetabular        Labrum,              Intra-Articular:            A Possible            Etiologies]         Factor      in Certain                        Cases.       Barmada            R and Siegel             IM                                                                                         777
   Cases        ofOsteoarthritis                ofthe       Hip.     Harris       WH.       Bourne        RB and Oh I                           510     Biceps        Tendon           InterposItion,               Fracture-Dislocation                   of the       Shoulder          with.
Adamantinoma                  of the Ischium.               Case     Report.        Lasda       NA and Hughes                EC Jr.             599        Case Report.             Janecki         CJ and Barnett               DC                                                                             142
Adolescents,              Management                 of Severe           Spondylolisthesis                 in Children             and.                 Biopsy,       Closed,        of Musculoskeletal                    Lesions.        Moore      TM. Meyers             MH. Patzakis
    Boxall       B. Bradford              DS. Winter           RB and Moe JH                                                                    479         MJ. Terry          P and Harvey                JP Jr                                                                                               375
Adokscenta,               Surgical           Management              of Thoracic              Kyphosis          in. Taylor          TC.                 Bone,      Crochet         Hook        to Help         Pass      Sutures        through.        Bornstein          B                                   466
   Wenger           DR. Stephen             .1. Gillespie        R and Bobechko                WP                                               496     Bone      Formation.            Induction           of New.,         In the Host         Bed by Human                Bone-Tumor
Aerossonas          hydrophiki,            Open       Fracture       of the Tibia           and Fibula         Complicated             by                  Transplants            in Athymic               Nude        Mice.        Urist MR. Grant                TT.     Lindholm          TS.
    Infection          with.     A Case         Report.        Blatz    DJ                                                                      790         Mirra      JM, Hirano             H and Finerman                  GAM                                                                             1207
American            Academy             of Orthopsedic               Surgeons,           The.     First      Vice-Presidential                          Bone,      Functional            AdaptatIon           of, to Increased              Stress.      An Experimental                Study.
   Address.          Guidelines             for Tomorrow.              Gartland          JJ                                                     467        Goodship           AE, Lanyon              LE and McFie               H                                                                             539
American            Orthopsedic               Association,           The      -     Its Role       in a Troubled                World.                  Bone-Grafting              for BenIgn             and      Malignant           Tumors,         Anterior         Cervical        Verte.
    Presidential            Address.          Brown        T                                                                                   I I I2      bral     Body        ResectIon            and.      A Survey            under      the AuspIces              of the Cervical
Amputated             Thumb,          Reconstruction               of an, in One Stage.                 Case     Report        -   Free                    Spine       Research           Society.        FieldingjW.              Pyle RN Jr. and Fietti                 VG Jr                                251
    Neurovascular-Flap                        Transfer          with      Iliac.Bone             Craft.       Doi      K. Tomin-                        Bone       Grafts,         Microvascular                Anastomoses                for,     In the Treatment                     of Massive
   aga S. Hono               H. Ogoshi          E and Nakamura                  S                                                              1254        Defects          In Bone.         Weiland          AJ and Daniel                RK                                                                    98
An.sstomoses,              Microvascular,                for Bone         Grafts        in the Treatment                of Massive                      Bone        HealIng,            Effects         of     Flexural           Rigidity           of      Plates        on.      Bradley         GW,
    Defects        in Bone.         Wetland          AJ and Daniel              RK                                                                98       McKenna              GB. Dunn            HK, Daniels              AU and Statton                  WO                                                866
Anesthesia,            The       Effect       of Hypotensive,                on Cephalothin                Concentrations               in              Bone       Island,          PositIve        Bone        Scan       in a. Case             Report.          Davies        JAK.       Hall      FM,
   Bone       and Muscle             of Patients           Undergoing             Total      Hip Replacement.                Patel     B.                  Goldberg            RP and Kasdon                  EJ                                                                                               943
    Moellering           RJ Jr.. Thrasher                K. Fahmy         NR and          Harris       WH                                       531     Bone,       Malignant             Fibrous         Hlstiocytoma               of. Report            of Two          Cases       and     Review
Ankle     Arthrodesis.           Long-Term          Follow-up         with     Gait  Analysis.                          Mazur         JM.                 ofthe          Literature.           Dunham           WK and Wilborn                     WH                                                          939
  Schwartz       F and Simon           SR                                                                                                       964     Bone,      The Mechanical                    Bonding          of Methylsnethacrylate                         to Cancellous.               Effect
Ankle,     Degenerative           Arthritis       of the,     Secondary         to Long-Standing                                Lateral                   of a Hemostatic                   Agent.        Lange        DR                                                                                      254
  Ligament        Instability.        Harrington        KD                                                                                      354     Bone-Mineral                 Content,          Surface         Hardness,             and      Mechanical                Fixation         In the
Ankle,     Neglected           Rupture         of the     Peroneal         Tendons     Causing                           Recurrent                         Human            Radius.        A Correlative             Study.        Trader          IF, Iohnson             PP and Kalbfleisch
    Sprains        of the. Case            Report.        Abraham           E and Stirnaman                  JE                                I 247       jH                                                                                                                                                 1217
Ankle        Replacement,               Clinical        Study      of Total,         with     Gait      Analysis.         A Prelimi-                    Bone      and Muscle              of Patients           Undergoing              Total       Hip Replacement,                      The Effect
    nary       Report.         Demottaz             JD.      Mazur         JM. Thomas                 WH.        Sledge       CB       and                 of Hypotensive                    Anesthesia             on Cephalothin                    ConcentratIons                   in. Patel         D,
    Simon       SR                                                                                                                              976        Moellering             RC Jr.. Thrasher                  K. Fahmy            NR and Harris                 WH                                       531
Annular         Constricting              Bands.        Moses       JM. Flatt AE and Cooper                        RR                            562    Bone,       Recurrent             Giant-Cell           Tumor          of,         a ThIrteen-Year-Old                        GIrL      A Case
Antithrombin              III, The Effect              of Total       Hip Replacement                   and General            Surgery                     Report.           Reckling         PH. Gurtler             PA and Mantz                  FA                                                         281
    on, in Relation                to Venous             Thrombosis.             Gitel     SN.       Salvati       EA, Wessler            S.            Bone       Scan,        Positive,         In a Bone            Island.        Case        Report            Davies        JAK.      Hall      FM,
    Robinson          HJ Jr. and Wotth                  MH Jr                                                                                   653        Goldberg            PP and Kasdon                  EJ                                                                                               943
Arthritis         of the Ankle,                Degenerative,             Secondary            to Long-Standing                  Lateral                 Bone-Scanning,                   Differential,             in the          Evaluation             of a Painful                  Total      Joint
    Ligament          Instability.           Harringron            KB                                                                           354        Replacement.                 Reing       CM. Richin             PF and Kenmore                     P1                                               933
Arthritis         of the Basal             Articulations,             Replacement              of the Trapezium                   for. A                Bones,        Cortical         Circulation            of Long.          Trim       A and Fery A                                                       1052
    New       Technique            with     Stabilization           by Tenodesis.              Eaton       RG                                     76    Book       Reviews
Arthritis,         Cervical           Spine        Fusion        in Rheumatoid.                 Ranawat           CS. O’Leary             P.               Arden          GP and Ansel                 BM. Surgical               Management                of Juvenile             Chronic        Poly-
    Pellicci     P. Tsairis          P. Marchisello             P and Dorr           L                                                         1003            arthritis                                                                                                                                       957
Arthritis,         A New         Method           of Patellectomy              for Patellofemoral.                    Compere           CL.                Avioli        LV and Krane                SM. Metabolic                Bone       Disease                                                           638
     Hill JA. Lewinnek                 GE and Thompson                    RG                                                                    714        Basmajian               IV.      Muscles          Alive       -      Their         Function              Revealed            by F.lectro-
Arthrodesis,            Glenohumeral.                 Operative           and      Long-Term              Functional           Results.                        myography                                                                                                                                       478
    Cofield       RH and Briggs                 BT                                                                                              668        Chapchal            G. Pseudarthroses                   and Their            Treatment                                                             1263
Arthrography.               A Comparison                     of Clinical           Evaluation,             Arthroscopy,              and.                  Dibos        PE and Wagner                   HN.      Atlas      of Nuclear            Medicine                                                     798
    Precision         in the Diagnosis                of Meniscal            Lesions.        Gillies       H and Seligson              D .      343        Epps       CH Jr. Complications                       in Orthopaedic                 Surgery                                                        478
Arthroplasty,               Arthrodesis                of the         Knee        following             Failed         Total      Knee.                    Felson         B. Poentgenology                  of Fractures             and Dislocations                                                          317
    Brodersen           MP. Fitzgerald              RH Jr.. Peterson              LFA. Coventry               MB and Bryan               RS      181       Forrester           DM. Brown               fC. and Nesson                JW. The           Radiology            ofloint         Disease            637
Artheoplasty            ofthe        Elbow,        Excisional.          Shahriaree           H. Sajadi          K. Silver      CM and                      The        Hip:       Proceedings              of the Sixth              Open         Scientific          Meeting          of The          Hip
    Sheikholeslamzadeh                    S                                                                                                     922            Society                                                                                                                                         798
Arthroplasty,             Patellar         Complications               following          Total        Knee.        Mochizuki           RM                 Hunter           J, Schneider            LH, Mackin             EJ and Bell JA. Rehabilitation                              of the Hand             957
    and Schurman                DI                                                                                                               879       Kennedy           JC. The      Injured        Adolescent           Knee                                                                             956
Arthroplasty,            Revisional             Total      Hip Replacement                 for Failed           Ring.      Jones      JM .     I 029       Kieffer       SA and Heitzman                ER. An Atlas of Cross-Sectional                         Anatomy                                        958
Arthroptasty,            The Semiconstrained                       Total     Shoulder.           Coughlin           MJ. Morris           JM                Lovell     WW and Winter                RB. Pediatric             Orthopaedics                                                                      957
    and West WF                                                                                                                                  574       Luated       LB and Keats            TE. Atlas         of Roentgenographic                   Measurement                                            317
Arthroscopy,               A Comparison                   of Clinical            Evaluation,             Arthrography,               and.                  Mason        JK. The       Pathology         olViolent           Injury                                                                             318
    Precision         in the Diagnosis                of Menlscal            Lesions.        Gillies       H and Seligson              D .      343        Nakano          KK. Neurology            of Musculoskeletal                 and Rheumatic              Disorders                                    637
Articular        Cartilage           Deformations              in the Intact          Human           Hip Joint         under      Load,                   Park JB. Biomaterials;                 An Introduction                                                                                              957
   Is Vitro        Measurement                of. Armstrong              CG. Bahrani            AS and Gardner                  DL . . .        744        Post M. The Shoulder:                  Surgical         and Nonsurgical               Management                                                    477
Aspiration            of     Infected            Sacro-Iliac           Joints.         Miskew           DB.       Block       PA       and                 Pitter     MA and Gosling                 C. The         Knee       -     A Guide        to the Examination                 and
    5%itt    PF                                                                                                                                1071            Diagnosis         of Ligament          Injuries                                                                                                  478
“Atavistic          Contrahentes              Digitorum”            and Associated              Muscle          Abnormalities             of               Sandzen          SC Jr. Atlas       of Wrist        and     Hand        Fractures                                                                  1263
    the Hand:          A Cause           of Symptoms.              Report        of Three          Cases.        Stark     HH      Otter                  Schultz         KP, Krahl        H and Stein            WH.       Late Peconstructions                  of Injured         Lip-
    TA.      Boyes      JH and Rickard              TA                                                                                          286            mentsoftheKnee                                                                                                                                  958
Athlete,        Serratus         Anterior         Paralysis          in the       Young.       Gregg      JR. Labosky      D.                              Serafin      D and Buncke            JFJr.      Microsurgical            Composite         Tissue       Transplantation                            1263
    Harty      M. Lotke         P. Ecker       M. DiStefano              V and Das M                                                            825        Smillie       IS. Injuries       of the Knee            Joint                                                                                       956
Atlanto-Axial             Subluxation           in Children            Due to Vertebral             Anomalies.     Dawson                                  Spinner         M. Injuries        to the Major            Branches          of the Peripheral              Nerves      of the
    EG and Smith             L                                                                                                                   582            Forearm                                                                                                                                        477
Atlanto-Occipital               Dislocations,            The      Pathological           Anatomy       of Fatal.   Bucholz                                 Weeks       PM and Wray              RC. Management                   of Acute       Hand       Injuries                                            317
    RW and          Burkhead          WZ                                                                                                        248        Well     UH. Acetabular              Dysplasla        -     Skeletal       Dysplasia       in Childhood.            Progress
Atlas,      Chordoma           of the. A Case             Report.        Wu KK. Mitchell             DC and Guise        ER .                   I 40           in Orthopaedic            Surgery                                                                                                               637
Autotransfusion,               Serial      Serum        Protein        Determinations             in Scollotic   Children                                  Weir      J and Abrahams              P. An Atlas of Radioltsgical                      Anatomy                                                     638
    Treated        by Spine        Fusion       and.      Parlett      RC and Naidu             R                                                I 03      White      AA III and Panjabi                 MM. Clinical             Biomechanics           of the Spine                                          936
                                                                                                                                                           Yashon         D. Spinal      Injury                                                                                                                477
                                                                          B                                                                             BooksRecelved                                                                                                                                           318
Back     Patient,       Results  of Surgical                 Intervention          In the Symptomatic         Multiply.                                 Botulism,           Wound,        ComplIcating               an Open             Fracture.        A Case          Report        and
   Operated.         Analysis   of Slzty.seven                   Cases    followed       for Three    to Seven     Years.                                  Review         of fits Literature.            Hansen         N and Tolo           V                                                                  3 I2
   Finnegan          WI. Fenlin    JM, Marvel                  JP. Nardini        RJ and Rtithman        RH                                    1077     Brachial          Pleaus      Injury       following           Barbiturate           Overdose.           Report       of Three



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   Cases        with    Five-Year          Follow-up.         Hsu D           .                                                                    1252        Compartment               Syndrome,           Peroneal,           Secondary          to Rupture            of the Peroneus
Brief       Notes                                                                                                                                                 Longus.        A Case         Report.       Davies        JAK                                                                                      783
   Arthrography               in Juxta-Articular              Cysts      of the Knee.            Two     Cases     Diagnosed                                   Coracold         Process,         Fracture          of the,      Associated         with        Subglenoid           Dislocation
       by Delayed            Roentgenograms.                BuckwalterjA.              Dryer      RF and Mickelson             MR                   465           of the Shoulder.               A Case       Report.        Benchetrit          E and       Friedman         B                                      295
   Bilateral         Lateral       Discoid        Menlscus        in Identical            Twins.       Gebhardt        MC and                                  Cortical      Circulation            of Long         Bones.       Tries     A and      Fery       A                                                  1052
        RosenthalRK                                                                                                                                1110        Cortical      Hyperostosis,              Infantile.         Case     Report.       Jackson         DR and Lyne             ED . . .                   770
   Crochet          Hook      to Help        Pass Sutures          through          Bone.      Bornstein         D                                  466        Cruciate       Ligament,            Injury       to the Anterior,               Producing            the Pivot-Shift            Sign.
   A Method             of Skeletal          Traction        to Protect           a R.eatt*ched           Patellar     Tendon                                     An Experimental                 SO..dy     on Cadaver             Specimens.           Fetto      IF and      Marshall         IL                  710
        following         Total     Knee        Replacement.           VoIz RG                                                                     I 109       Cruciate       Ligaments,            Microvasculature                 of the, and        Its Response            to Injury.         An
Burns,        Chondrolysis             of the         Hips    Associated            with     Severe.       A Case      Report.                                    Experimental              Study       In Dogs.        Arnoczky         SP, Rubin           PM and Marshall                JL . . .                1221
    Pellicci      PM and Wilson              PD Jr                                                                                                  592        Cubold       Bone,       Ewing’s         Tumor         of the, Simulating              Avascular           Necrosis.         Report
Bursitis,        Chronic,       Caused         by Phialophore           riclusrdsiae.         A Case      Report.     Torstrick                                   ofa     Case.     Wientroub             S. Michels         H. Baratz         M, Shile        R and Salama             R                            951
    RK. Harrtson              K. Heckman             ID and Johnson              IF                                                                 772        Cuneiform,           Supernumerary                   Toe     Arising        from     the Medial.            A Case          Report.
                                                                                                                                                                   P20 BR                                                                                                                                            308
                                                                           C
                                                                                                                                                               Cyst,    Acetabular,            in a Child.          A Case       Report.        Morrissy         RT                                                  609
Calcaneal           Fracture,        Bilateral,           in a Diabetic            Patient.        A Case       Report.       Coventry                         Cyst,    an Intraneural,              Compression             ofthe      Deep      Branch         ofthe     Ulnar       Nerve       by.
    MB and Rothacker                   GW Jr                                                                                                        462           Case     Report.         Bowers        WH and Doppelt                 SH                                                                           612
Calcaneal          Tuberculous              Osteomyelitis,               Isolated.          A Case        Report.       Manzella         JP.                   Cyst    of the Lateral           Meniacus       Causing      Erosion       of the Tibial         Plateau.      A Case
    Vanvoris         LP and Hruska                  JF                                                                                              946           Report.        Enis JE and Ghandur.Mnaymneh                        L                                                                               44l
Casdida         tropicalis,        Neonatal            Osteomyelitis              Caused          by. Report         of Two         Cases                      Cyst,    TibIal,      Caused        by Recurrent         Hemorrhage,           Neurofibromatosis              with.   A
   and       Review          of the          Literature.            Svirsky-Fein              S. Langer           L. Milbauer             B.                      Case     Report.        Hooper      G and McMaster            MJ                                                                                   274
    Khermosh            0 and Rubinstein                    F                                                                                       455        Cysts    of the Knee,          Arthrography          In Juxta-Articular.           Two Cases         Diagnosed      by
C.spitellum,           Some      Vagaries           ofthe.       Silberstein         MJ. Brodeur             AE and Graviss              ER         244           Deiayed          Roentgenograms.              Brief     Note.       Buckwalter         JA.     Dryer      RF and
Carcinogenesis                of Plastic          Implants,           Mutagenesis               versus.      Editorial.        Ritts     RE                       Mickelson         MR                                                                                                                               465
    Jr                                                                                                                                             1201        Cysts,     Osteochondritis            Dissecans        of the Talus       Associated         with    Subchondral.
Carpal-Tunnel               Syndrome,               The       Surgical         Treatment            of the,       Correlated          with                        Report        of Three      Cases.     Yuan     HA. Cady         RB and       DeRosa      C                                                       I 249
    Preoperative              Nerve-Conduction                       Studies.         Harris         CM.      Tanner          E, Gold-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             D
   stein     MN and Pettee                DS                                                                                                            93
Carpometacarpal                 Dislocations,                Multiple.          A Review            of Four        Cases.       Hartwig                         Diabetic         Patient,       Bilateral         Calcaneal           Fracture          in a. A Case             Report.        Coventry
    RH and Louts               DS                                                                                                                   906             MB and Rothacker                    GW Jr                                                                                                        462
Cartilage          Deformations              in the Intact             Human          Hip Joint           under      Load,     I,, Vitro                        Diaphyseal            Dysplasia,          Progressive.              Report         of a Case          with       Thirty-four            Years
    Measurement               of Articular.              Armstrong            CG, Bahrani             AS and Gardner               DL .             744            of Progressive               Disease.         Van Dalsem              VF. Genant             HK and Newton                    TH                   596
Cartilage         in Osteoarthritis,                Metabolic          Activity        of Articular.           An in Vitro        Study.                        Diaphyseal             Segments            of the           Radius,          Successful             Regeneration                 of Large
   Thompson              RC Jr. and Oegema                      TR Jr                                                                               407            Extruded.            Report       of Two          Cases.       Varma          BP and Srivastava                  TP                               290
Cartilage,         Traumatic           Closure           of the Triradiste.              Report         of a Case.       Blair W and                            Diaphysis           of the Femur,               Ender        Nailing          in Fractures             of the.       Eriksson           E and
    Hanson         C                                                                                                                                 144            HoveliusL                                                                                                                                       1175
Cast,      Valgus-Varus              Stability          in a Hinged,             Used        for Controlled             Mobilization                            Digital       Rays,      Distraction-Lengthening                          of, in the Management                        of the Injured
   oftheKnee.DanielDandRiceT                                                                                                                         135            Hand.       Kessler        I, Hecht         0 and Baruch                A                                                                          83
Cast-Brace,       Pressures        Generated         in the Thigh       Cast of an Uninjured            Subject                                                 Disc       Surgery,          Failed        Lumbar,            and       Repeat          Surgery            following            Industrial
   Wearing      a. Hardy        AE and       Baddeley      S                                                                                        362             Injuries.         Waddell          G. Kummel                EG, Lotto              WN,      Graham             JD. Hall           H and
Cast-Braces,       Pressure        Recordings         in Patients     with  Femoral       Fractures      in, and                                                    McCulloch            A                                                                                                                           201
   Suggestions        for Treatment.           Hardy     AE                                                                                         365         Dislocated            Hips       Reduced            in Early           Infancy,          Growth           and      Development                of
Cephalothin         Concentrations            in Bone        and    Muscle    of Patients         Undergoing                                                       Congenitally.              Weintroub            S. Green          I. Terdiman               R and Weissman                  SL                     125
   Total     Hip Replacement,             The Effect      of Hypotensive        Anesthesia         on. Patel D.                                                 Dislocation           and Dysplasia               of the Hip,            Total       Hip Replacement                   in Congenital.
   Moellering       RC Jr.. Thrasher            K. Fahmy         NR and Harris      WH                                                              531             Crowe        JF, Mani         VJ and Ranawat                 CS                                                                                        15
Cerebral       Palsy,      Lengthening             of the Elbow            Flexors       in. Mital       MA                                          15         Dislocation,            Elbow,         in the         Adult,        The       Operative            Treatment             of. Dung             M.
Cerebral       Palsy       Patient,      Lateral         Hamstring           Transfer         and Gait        Improvement                                           Muller       W, R#{252}ediTP and Gauer                      EF                                                                                   239
    in the. Ray RL and Ehrlich                      MG                                                                                              719         Dislocation            of the        Hip,       Acetabular             Development                after       Reduction             in Con-
Cervical       Soft-Tissue           Injury,         Acute,        and     Late      Deformity.          A Case        Report.                                     genital.        Lindstrom            JR. Ponseti           IV and Wenger                  DR                                                       II2
    Nash     CL Jr                                                                                                                                  305         Dislocation            of the         Hip,       Congenital.              Open         Reduction              Through            a Medial
Cervical      Spine      Abnormalities                in Neurofibromatosis.                  Yong.Hing            K. Kalamchi                                       Approach.           Weinstein          SL and Ponseti                 IV                                                                          1 19
    A and MacEwen               GD                                                                                                                  695         Dislocation           of the Hip,           Open         Reduction             for Congenital,               Using       the Ferguson
Cervical       Spine        Fusion       in Rheumatoid                  Arthritis.         Ranawat         CS. O’Leary           P.                                 Procedure.           A Review          ofTwenty-six                 Cases.        Roose      PE. Chingren              GL. Klaaren
    Pellicci    P. Tsairis       P. Marchisello              P and     Don       L                                                                 1003             HEandBroockG                                                                                                                                     915
Children         and      Adolescents,              Management               of Severe           Spondylolisthesis             in.                              Dislocation,           Intra-Articular,               of the Patella.              A Case        Report.          Donelson           RG and
    Boxall     B. Bradford           DS. Winter            RB and Moe IH                                                                             479           Tomaiuoli            M                                                                                                                            615
children,        Knee      Ligament          Injuries         in. Clanton          TO,     DeUce     JC, Sanders         B and                                  Dislocation,           Recurrent,           of the Peroneal                Tendon.          Zoellner          G and Clancy              W Ir         292
    NeidreA                                                                                                                                        1195         Dislocation           of the Shoulder,                  Recurrent             Anterior.         Results          after      the Bankart
Children,        Osteonecrosia            after        Renal     Transplantation               in. Stern       PJ and Watts                                         and Putti-Platt             Operations.              Hovelius          L. Thorling            J and Fredin              H                        566
     HG                                                                                                                                              851        Dislocation           of the Shoulder,                  Subglenold,               Fracture        of the Coracoid                    Process
Children,        The     Three       Syndromes               of Iliac      Osteomyelitis            in. Beaupri          A and                                      Associated           with.     A Case          Report.        Benchetrit            E and Friedman                  B                            295
   Carroll       N                                                                                                                                 1087         Dislocations            of the Cervical              Spine,      Acute        Fractures         and. An Analysis                  of Three
Chondrolysis             of the Hip,            Idiopathic.         Duncan         JW. Nasca          R and Schrantz           J ..            .   1024             Hundred           Hospitalized              Patients        and       a Review            of the Literature.                  Bohlman
Chondrolysis              of the        Hips        Associated          with      Severe       Burns.       A Case        Report.                                   HH                                                                                                                                              1119
    Pellicci     PM and Wilson                 PD Jr                                                                                                  592       Dislocations,            Fatal      Atlanto-Occipital,                  The       Pathological             Anatomy           of. Bucholz
Chondromatosis                in the Hand,             Tenosynovial.             DeBenedetti           MJ and Schwinn             CP                 898            RW and Burkhead                     WZ                                                                                                           248
Chondrosarcoms                  in a Child,            Resection         of the Proximal              Third      of the Femur                                   Dislocations            ofthe       Hip,      Irreducible            Traumatic.            Canale         ST and Manugian                    AH             7
    for. Case        Report.        Carpenter            EB                                                                                         628         Dislocations             of the          Hip,       Treatment             of Unreduced                    Traumatic              Posterior.
Chondrosarcoma,                  Protracted           Survival        in, Despite        an Unusual           Metastasis        that                                GarrettjC,            Epstein        HC, Harris            WH.        HarveyjPJr.               and Nickel            VL                                2
    Regressed           Spontaneously.                McLaughlin            RE. Wang           G-J. Ritchie        WP Jr. and                                   Dislocations,             Multiple         Carpometacarpsl.                      A Review            of Four          Cases.        Hartwig
    Sweet      DF                                                                                                                                    137            RH and Louis DS                                                                                                                                  906
Chordoma            of the Atlas.           A Case         Report.       Wu KK. Mitchell               DC and Guise           ER                     140        Dressing          Technique            for Below-the-Knee                      Amputation,              Innovative            Removable
Chrossobtscteriw.a              vioiiscewus          Sepsis,       Osteomyelitis            Associated         with.      A Case                                    Rigid.      A Preliminary                Report.         Wu Y. Keagy                RD. Krick            HJ. Stratigos             jS and
    Report.       Tucker         RE. Winter            WG Jr. and Wilson                 HD                                                         949             Betts     HB                                                                                                                                     724
Circulation           of Long         Bones,        Cortical.       Trias     A and Fery A                                                         1052         Dysplasia          of the Hip,           Total       Hip Replacement                    in Congenital              Dislocation             and.
Circulation           of the Tibia             after      Osteotomy          and      Plate     Fixation        in Dogs,        The                                 Crowe        JF, Mani         VJ and Ranawat                  CS                                                                                       15
    Effects        of     Intramedullary                  Methylmethacrylate                   and      Reaming          on     the.                            Dyspiasla,           Progressive            Diaphyseal.             Report         of a Case          with       Thirty-four            Years
    Sorensen         WG, Bloom              JD and Kelly            PJ                                                                               417          of Progressive        Disease.    Van Dalsem                           VF. Genant             HK and           Newton        TH                     596
Ciavicle,        Irreducible            Fracture         of the Middle            Third      of the.      Report      of a Case.                                Dysraphism,       Remission      of Pea Cavus                          in Surgically            Treated         Spinal.       James        HE.
   Jablon       M. Sucker          A and Post M                                                                                                      296           McLaurin      RL and Watkins        WT                                                                                                           1096
Ciaw      Fingers,        Clinical     Features       of Paralytic.        Srinivasan          H                                                   1060
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             E
Club     Foot,      Gross      and Histological           Abnormalities            of the Talus     in Congenital.
   Shapiro         F and Glimcher            MJ                                                                                                      522        Editorial
Club      Foot,      Resistant       Congenital         -     One-Stage          Posteromedial        Release      with                                            Ave Atque           Vale.      Curtiss      PH Jr                                                                                                l201
   Internal          Fixation.       A Follow-up             Report       of a Fifteen-Year            Experience.                                                 Mutagenesis            versus        Carcinogenesis            of Plastic       Impiants.      Ritts RE Jr
   Turco        VJ                                                                                                                                   805           Welcome          Aboard.         Board       of Trustees                                                                                          319
Coccygodynia,               An Obscure          Cause     of. Case      Report.        Kinnett   JG and Root        L                      .         299        Elbow       Dislocation            in the        Adult,       The    Operative          Treatment       of.    Dung      M,
Collagen         Synthesis    and    Degradation         in Embryonic           Chick-Bone                                  Explants.                              Muller       W, ROedi          TP and Gauer               EF                                                                                      239
    Sakamoto        M. Sakamoto      S. Brickley-Parsons        D and Glimcher             MJ                                                      1042         Elbow      following          Excision          of the Radial         Head,       Biomechanical          Study     of the.
Colles’       Fractures,    External       Pin    Fixation    for     Unstable.         Cooney                                WP        III.                       Money         BF, Chao          EY and Hui FC                                                                                                       63
    Linscheid       RL and Dobyns        JH                                                                                                          840        Elbow,      Excisional           Arthroplasty            of the. Shahriaree           H. Sajadi     K. Silver    CM and
Coma,       The Surgical      Treatment        of Heterotopic     Ossification          at the                            Elbow         fol-                       Sheikholeslamzedeh                   S                                                                                                            922
    lowing      Long-Term.      Roberts     JB and Pankratz       DC                                                                                 760        Elbow.Flexion               Contractures               after    Acute       Injuries,        Turnbuckle         Orthotic
Compartment                 Pressure,    High    Muscle,     Peripheral     Nerve-Conduction         Block                                                         Correction            of. Green      DP         and McCoy         H                                                                              I 092
  by. Hargens              AR. RominejS.       SipeJC.     Evans     KL. Mubarak      Sj and Akeson     WH                                           192        Elbow      Flexors          in Cerebral            Palsy,    Lengthening                 of the. Mital    MA                                          515
Compartment                Syndrome      as a Complication         of the Hauser      Procedure.    Wall 1.1                                         185        Elbow     Joint,        Mycoboscteriuss             kassasii     Infection              of. A Case     Report.               Zvetina        JR.



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   Foster    J and Reyes CV                                                                                                                             1099               Dancers.         Two Case           Reports.         Sammarco          GJ and Miller              EH                                            149
Elbow,     The Surgical     Treatment      of Heterotopic       Ossification           at the, following                                                               Foot      Deformidas,             Infant,       A Teaching            Model        for Instruction             in the Manipula-
   Long.Term        Coma.   Roberts    JB and Pankratz       DG                                                                                          760              tion of. teas            RM and Sweitzer                 P                                                                                       791
Elbow,     Tennis.     The Surgical    Treatment      of Lateral       Epicondylitis.           Nirschl       RP                                                       Foot,      Energy        Cost      of Walking             with     Lesions        of the.       Veicsteinas        A. Aghemo              P.
   and Pettrone       FA                                                                                                                                 832               Margaria          R. Cova        P and Pozzolini              M                                                                               1073
Emboli,      Pulmonary,      following      Total    Hip  Arthroplasty:               Incidence         Study.                                                         Foot,       Resistant          Congenital            Club       -     One-Stage            Posteromedial             Release          with
   Dorr    LD, Sakimura      I and Mohler         JG                                                                                                    1083               Internal          Fixation.            A Follow-up               Report         of     a Fifteen-Year              Experience.
Embolization,       Later    Arterial,      Complicating          Total     Hip Replacement.        A Case                                                                Turco        VJ                                                                                                                                  805
   Report.    Neal    J. Wachtel        TL. Garza       OT and Edwards          WS                                                                       429           Fracture         of the Base               of the Second              Metacarpal,             Avulsion,         by the Extensor
Embryonic       Chick-Bone          Explants,        Coliagen      Synthesis     and    Degradation      in.                                                              Carpi       Radialls         Longus.         A Case        Report.      DeLae         JC                                                        445
   Sakamoto      M. Sakamoto           S. Brickley-Parsons         D and Glimcher        MJ                                                             I 042          Fracture          of the Coracoid                   Process        Associated            with       Subglenoid          Dislocation
Rnchondroma,         Unusual       Recurrence          of. A Case     Report.   Wang    G-J. Dunstan      JC                                                              of the Shoulder.                A Case        Report.       Benchetrit          E and Friedman                B                                  295
   and Stamp       WG                                                                                                                                    452           Fracture-Dislocation                    of the        Femoral          Head,        Successful           Conservative              Treat-
Ender    Nailing            of     Femoral-Shaft              Fractures,          Closed.          Pankovich           AM,        Goldflies                               ment       of L A Case Report.                    Dowd       GSE and Johnson                 R                                                 1244
   MLandPearsonRL                                                                                                                                        222           Fracture-Dislocation                      of    the      Proximal          Interphalangeal                Joint,      Anterior.            A
Rndoprosthesis,              The Universal               Proximal          Femoral.          A Short-Term              Comparison                                         Case      Report.         Baugher          WH and McCue                 FC III                                                                   779
   with      Conventional             Hemiarthropiasty.                   Drinker         H and Murray               WR                                 1 167          Fracture-Dislocation                      of   the       Shoulder          with        Biceps        Tendon         Interposition.
Energy        Cost of Walking                with      Lasions        of the Foot.            Veicsteinas           A. Aghemo            P.                                Case Report.             Janecki         CJ and Barnett            DC                                                                           142
   Margaria         P. Cova         P and Pozzolini               M                                                                                     I 073          Fracture-Dislocation                    of the Thoracic                Spine,       Complete,           without       Spinal         Cord
Rpicondylitis,           The Surgical              Treatment            of Lateral.          Tennis         Elbow.        Nirschl      RP                 832              Injury        A Case        Report.        Gertzbein          SD and Offierski              C                                                   449
Epiphyseal          Cartilage,           Proximal           Tibial,       Fractures          of the Tibia             through        the.                              Fracture         of the Distal             End of the Humerus,                    Untreated           Median-Nerve              Entrap-
   Shelton       WR and Canale                 ST                                                                                                         I 67            ment   in Bone      aftem     Postmortem     Findings   after     Forty-seven                                    Years.       Report
Epiphyseal           Displacement,               Distal       Radial,        after      Impaired           Ulnar       Growth.         An                                 of a Case.   Holmes       JC, Skolnick    MD and Hall JE                                                                                         309
   Experimental              Study       in Rabbits.           Peinado        A                                                                              88        Fracture    of the Head        of the Radius,     Internal  Fixation        of. Two                                 Case      Reports.
Rpiphyseal          Stapling          for Angular             Deformity            at the Knee.             Zuege        PC, Kemp-                                        Odenheimer            K and Harvey.JP                 Jr                                                                                         785
   ken TG and Blount                    WP                                                                                                                320          Fracture        of the Middle             Third       of the Ciavicle,           Irreducible.          Report       of a Case.
Epiphysis,         Fractures          of the Proximal                Tibial.       Burkhart          55 and       Peterson         HA                                      Jablon      M, Sutker         A and Post M                                                                                                      296
                                                                                                                                                          996
Rpiphysis         in Young             Children,           Fracture-Separation                   of the Distal              Humeral.                                   Fracture        of Polyethylene              Acetabular          Cups.     Report        of Two        Cases.      Salvati      EA.
   Mizuno        K, Hirohata             K and Kashiwagi                 D                                                                                570             Wright        TM. Burstein            AH and Jacobs             B                                                                              1239
Epiphysitis,           Osgood-Schlatter,                    Subcutaneous                 Atrophy          following            Methyl.                                 Fracture        of the Radial            Neck,      Medial       Displacement            of the Shaft         of the Radius
   prednisolone             Injection         in. Rostron           PKM and Calver                  RF                                                   627              with a. Report           of a Case.          Manoli      A II                                                                                    788
Ewing’s        Sarcoma          Presenting            with      a Coexistent             Bacterial         Organism.            A Case                                 Fracture-Separation                 of the        Distal       Humeral         Rpiphysis          in Young           Children.
   Report.        Kahanovitz            N. Johanson             PH and Hirose                FM                                                           604              Mizuno        K, Hirohata          K and Kashiwagi              D                                                                               570
Ewing’s        Tumor       of the Cuboid              Bone       Simulating            Avascuiar          Necrosis.         Report      of                             Fracture         of the       Tibia       and       Fibuls,      Open,        Complicated             by Infection            with
   a Case.       Wientroub           S. Michels           H. Baratz          M. Shile        R and Salama               P                                 951             Aeromonas          hydrophila.         A Case         Report.     Blatz    DJ                                                                    790
Ewing’s        Tumor,          Osteosarcoma                with     Small        Cells      Simulating.            Sim FH.         Unni                                Fracture,         Wound        Botulism           Complicating           an Open.           A Case        Report       and      Re-
    KK. Beabout            JW and Dahlin                DC                                                                                                207              viewoftheLiterature.HansenNandToloV                                                                                                             312
Exostoses,          Hereditary              Multiple.           Anthropometric,                  Poentgenograpbic,                   and                               Fractured           Femur,        Reconstruction              of a, following              Total      Hip      Replacement.
   Clinical       Aspects.         Shapiro        F. Simon          S and Glimcher                 MJ                                                     815              Report       of a Case.        Olerud       S                                                                                                   937
Rxostoses,           Subungu.sl.           Landon          GC.      Johnson         KA      and     Dahlin        DC                                      256          Fractures         at the Base          of the Thumb:              Treatment          with     Oblique       Traction.          Gel-
                                                                                                                                                                           berman       RH, Vance          RM and Zakaib         GS                                                                                        260
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                                                                                                                                                                       Fractures        in Children,          Overgrowth         of the    Femur       following:        Influence       of
Facet        Dislocation,            Unilateral,           hetween          the     Fifth         Lumbar         and      First       Sacral                               Handedness.           Meals     RA                                                                                                              381
   Vertebrae.       Case           Report.         Zoltan     JD.     Gilula       LA and Murphy       WA                                           .     767          Fractures,        Closed       Ender    Nailing     of Femoral-Shaft.           Pankovich      AM. Goldflies
Femoral       Anteversion               and        Neck-Shaft          Angk,         A Simple   Biplansr                     Method            of                          ML and Pearson               RL                                                                                                                 222
   Measuring.          Ogata       K and Goldsand               EM                                                                                        846          Fractures       of the Diaphysis             of the Femur,       Ender     Nailing       in. Eriksson       E and
Femoral        Attachment            of the Posterior              Cruciate        Ligament,         Avulsion       of the, in                                             HoveliusL                                                                                                                                     1175
   an Ekven-Year.Old                   Boy. Case          Report.      Mayer       PJ and Micheli           U                                             431          Fractures       and Dislocations           ofthe   Cervical    Spine,    Acute.       An Analysis        of Three
Femoral        Endoprosthesis,               The     Universal         Proximal.          A Short-Term           Comparison                                                Hundred         Hospitalized         Patients    and a Review         of the Literature.            Bohlman
   with Conventional                 Hemisrthroplasty.                Drinker       H and Murray            WR                                           1167             HH                                                                                                                                             1119
Femoral        Fractures         in Case-Braces,              Pressure        Recordings          in Patients        with,      and                                    Fractures         of the Distal     End of the Radius,    The                         Roger       Anderson           Device          in the
   Suggestions           for Treatment.             Hardy       AE                                                                                        365             Treatment           of. Grana    WA and Kopta       JA                                                                                         1234
Femoral        Head,        Successful          Conservative            Treatment          of a Fracture-Dislocation                                                   Fractures,          External     Pin Fixation  for Unstable                            Colles’.        Cooney         WP      III.     Lin-
   of the. A Case Report.                   Dowd       GSE and Johnson                P                                                                  1244             scheid       RL and Dobyns                   JH                                                                                                  840
Femoral          Hemisrthroplasty,                    Failed,        Total        Hip       Replacement             following.                                         Fractures         of the Femur,                  Transarticular               Fixation         in the Treatment               of Non-
   Amstutz        HC and Smith               RK                                                                                                          I 161            Union        of Supracondylar:                     A Salvage            Procedure.           Beall    MS Jr.. Nebel            E and
Femoral        Neck,       Anteversion            of the. Comparison                  of Methods          of Measurement                                                  Bailey       RW                                                                                                                                1018
   in Patients.         Ruby      L. Mital       MA. O’Connor               J and Patel U                                                                      46      Fractures,          A Fluted          Intramedullary                 Rod      for Subtrochanteric.                 Biomechanical
Femoral        Neck      Stress      Fracture        in a Hyperactive             Child.       A Case      Report.       Miller     F                                     Considerations                and       Preliminary              Clinical        Results.        Heiple       KG. Brooks            DB.
   and Wenger             DR                                                                                                                              435             Samson          BL and Burstein                  AH                                                                                              730
Femoral-Shaft             Fractures,          Closed        Ender      Nailing        of.    Pankovich        AM. Goldflies                                            Fractures          in the Hand,                Tendon           Rupture          as a Complication                 of Screw         Fixa-
   ML and Pearson                RL                                                                                                                       222             tion in. A Case               Report.          Fambrough              PA and Green               DP                                              781
Femoral          Shaft,      Ipsilateral           Concomitant                Fractures          of the Hip             and.      Casey      MJ                        Fractures         of the Hip and Femoral                            Shaft,      Ipsilateral         Concomitant.            Casey       MJ
   and Chapman                MW                                                                                                                             503          and Chapman                 MW                                                                                                                   503
Femur,        Ender        Nailing          in Fractures               of the Diaphysis                  of the.        Eriksson        E and                          Fractures         of the Humerus,                   Supracondyiar.                A Comparative               Study      of Dunlop’s
    HoveliusL                                                                                                                                            1175             Traction          versus        Percutaneous                Pinning.         Prietto      CA                                                     425
Femur,         Intra-Osseous                Lipoma            of the         Proximal            Part      of the.         Case      Report.                           Fractures,           Intertrochanteric                    Hip,      Analysis          of Six         Hundred          and     Twenty-
    DeUce        JC                                                                                                                                       601             two.      A Retrospective                    and       Prospective             Study         Kyle     RF.     Gustilo       RB and
Femur,         Overgrowth                of the,         following            Fractures           in Children:              Influence          of                          PremerRF                                                                                                                                        216
    Handedness.             Meals        PA                                                                                                               381          Fractures,           Olecranon,              Experience              with      the     McAtee         Olecranon            Device        in.
Femur,         Reconstruction                  of a Fractured,                   following           Total       Hip       Replacement.                                   Coughlin           MJ. Slabaugh               PB and Smith                TK                                                                     385
    ReportofaCase.OlerudS                                                                                                                                 937          Fractures,          Plate      Fixation           versus         Conservative             Treatment           of Tibial       Shaft.       A
Femur,         Resection           of the         Proximal            Third         of the,        for Chondrosarcoma                      in a                           Randomized               Trial.       van der Linden                 W and Larsson               K                                               873
   Child:         Replacement                with       a Metallic             Prosthesis.            Case       Report.         Carpenter                             Fractures,          Pressure          Recordings              in Patients          with Femoral,             in Cast-Braces            and
    ER                                                                                                                                                    628              Suggestions            for Treatment.                 Hardy        AE                                                                           365
Femur        or Tibia,         Prosthetic           Replacement                of the Knee             and a Large             Segment         of                      Fractures         of the Proximal                  Tibial       Epiphysis.           Burkhart         55 and Peterson              HA .             996
    the. Sim FH and Chao                       EYS                                                                                                           887       Fractures          of the Tibia              in Dogs,          Extraction           of Minerals            after     Experimental.
Femur,         Transarticular                Fixation           in the Treatment                    of Non-Union                 of Supra-                                 Hughes         SPF, Lemon               GJ. Davies            DR. Bassingthwaighte                   JB and Kelly           PJ . . .            857
   condylar          Fractures           of the: A Salvage                   Procedure.            Beall      MS Jr.. Nebel             E and                          Fractures          of the Tibia               through           the     Proximal          Tibial       Rpiphyseal           Cartilage.
    Bailey     RW                                                                                                                                        1018              Shelton       WR and Canale                   ST                                                                                                 167
Ferguson           Procedure,             Open       Reduction              for Congenital                Dislocation          of the Hip                              Fractures          of the Tibial               Plateau.         Treatment            by Closed          Reduction          and Spica
    Using       the. A Review                of Twenty-six                Cases.       Roose       PE. Chingren              GL. Klaaren                                   Cast.    Drennan            DR. Locher              FG and Maylahn                  DJ                                                          989
    HEandBroockG                                                                                                                                          915
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Fibrocartilaginous                  Lesions         of Bone            and      Hemangiomas                 and       Lipomas         of Soft
    Tissue        Resembling              Maffucci’s             Syndrome.             A Case          Report.         Bender        BL and                             Gait     Analysis,      Clinical        Study      of Total      Ankle        Replacement           with.    A Prelim-
    YunisF                                                                                                                                               1104              inary     Report.      DemottazjD.             Mazur     JM. Thomas             WH.     Sledge      CR and Simon
Fibrodysplasia              Ossificans            Progressive.              A Survey           of Forty-two               Cases.       Rogers                              SR                                                                                                                                              976
     JGandGehoWB                                                                                                                                          909           Gait     Analysis,       Long-Term            Follow-up         with.       Ankle      Arthrodesis.         Mazur      JM.
Fibrosis        of the Gluteus                Maxinsus            Muscle,          Contracture             of the Hip            Secondary                                 Schwartz        E and Simon           SR                                                                                                        964
    to. Hang         Y-S                                                                                                                                    52          Gait     in Hemiplegia,           Stiff-Legged:          Surgical        Correction.          Waters      RL. Garland
Fmgera,         Clinical        Features         of Paralytic             Ciaw.       Srinivasan          H                                              1060               BE, Perry        J. Habig T and Slabaugh                  P                                                                                    927
Fsngera,        Movement             Patterns         of Interosseus-Minus.                     Srinivasan           H                                    557           Gait Improvement               in the Cerebral          Palsy      Patient,       Lateral     Hamstring       Transfer
Fixation         in the Human                   Radius,          Mechanical,             Bone-Mineral                Content,        Surface                               and.    Ray RL and Ehrlich                 MG                                                                                                   719
    Hardness,            and.       A Correiative                 Study.        Trader         JE. Johnson               RP and          KaIb-                          Gait,  The Initiation               of. Mann    RA, Hagy   JL. White                         V and Liddell    D                                    232
    fleischJH                                                                                                                                            1217           Genu    Recurvatum,                Severe  Congenital.   Case  Report.                         Ahmadi    B. Shahriaree                       H
flexor        Hallucis         Longus           Tendon,            Partial        Rupture          of the,       in Classical           Ballet                             and Silver     CM                                                                                                                               622




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Glenohumeral            Arthrodesis.          Operative       and   Long.Term                                           Functional               Results.                               Fleming        RE Jr.. Michelsen            CR and Stinchfield              FE                                                                            37
   Cofield    RH and Briggs             BT                                                                                                                             668          Hip, Tendon             Transfers       in the Paralytic.           Cabaud HE. Westin               GW and Connel-
Gluteus      Maximus         Muscle,       Fibrosis     of the, Contracture                                        of the         Hip        Secondary                                 lyS                                                                                                                                                   1035
   to. Hang      V-S                                                                                                                                                        52      Hip,       Treatment            of Unreduced             Traumatic          Posterior        Dislocations         of the.
Grafts,    Microvascular             Anastomoses          for Bone,     in the                                  Treatment                 of     Massive                               GarrettJC,            Epstein      HC,    Harris     WH,       Harvey      JP Jr. and Nickel             VL                                                   2
   Defects     in Bone.       Wetland        AJ and Daniel        RK                                                                                                      98        Hips,        Chondrolysis           of the,     Associated         with     Severe       Burns.       A Case     Report.
Guidelines           for Tomorrow.                  First   Vice-Presidential                        Address                   to The          American                                 Pellicci     PM and Wilson              PD Jr                                                                                                         592
   Academy           of Orthopsedic                  Surgeons.        Gartland                 JJ                                                                      467          Hips       Reduced         in Early       Infancy,       Growth        and Development                of Congenitally
Gunshot          Wounds            of    the    Spine:         The       Effects          of     Laminectomy.                           Stauffer             ES.                       Dislocated.           Weintroub         S. Green       I. Terdiman          P and Weissman               SL                                            125
   Wood        RW       and      Kelly     EG                                                                                                                          389          Histiocytoms             of Bone,       Malignant         Fibrous.       Report       of Two     Cases       and Review
                                                                                                                                                                                       the Literature.             Dunham        WK and Wilborn               WH                                                                              939
                                                                             H
                                                                                                                                                                                    Humeral          Epiphysis          in Young        Children,         Fracture-Separation                 of the Distal.
Hamstring            Transfer,           Lateral,        and      Gait      Improvement                            in    the      Cerebral             Palsy                            Mizuno        K, Hirohata          K and Kashiwagi             D                                                                                      570
   Patient.      Ray RL and Ehrlich            MG                                                                                                                     719           Humerus,        Supracondylar              Fractures       of the. A Comparative                  Study      of Dunlop’s
Hand,       “Atavistic         Contrahentes         Digitorum”                             and               Associated                Muscle               Ab-                       Traction       versus        Percutaneous           Pinning.      Prietto      CA                                                                       425
  normalities           of the: A Cause       of Symptoms.                              Report               of Three             Cases.     Stark             JJ.                  Humerus,        Untreated          Median-Nerve             Entrapment          in Bone       after     Fracture    of the
  Otter      TA.      Boyes    JH and Rickard         TA                                                                                                              286              Distal     End of the:           Postmortem           Findings        after     Forty-seven           Years.   Report
Hand,       Distraction-Lengthening               of Digital                           Rays         in       the        Management                    of     the                       a Case.     Holmes         JC, Skolnick          MD and Hall JE                                                                                        309
   Injured.       Kessler      I, Hecht     0 and    Baruch                        A                                                                                        83      Hyperostosis,          Infantile       Cortical.      Case Report.            Jackson       DR and Lyne          ED . . . .                               770
Hand,       Lipofibroma             of the Median                Nerve        in the           Palm            and       Digits         of     the.        Patel                    Hyperthermia,            Malignant.          A Potentially         Fatal     Syndrome           in Orthopsedic           Pa-
   MR.      Silver    JW,        Lipton   DE and               Pearlman         HS                                                                                    393               tients.      Jardon        OM,         Wingard         DW,       Barak        AJ    and        Connolly          JF                                  1064
Hand,       Tendon        Rupture         as a Complication              of Screw        Fixation        in Fractures       in
   the. A Case          Report.        Fambrough          PA and Green              DP                                                                                 781
Hand,      Tenosynovial             Chondromatosis             in the. DeBenedetji                MJ and Schwinn           CP                                          898          iliac     Osteomyelitis               in     Children,           The      Three         Syndromes              of.        Beaupr#{233} A and
Hand-Washing               Agents,        A Microbiological               In-Use       Comparison             of Surgical.                                                              Carroll     N                                                                                                                                        1087
   Eitzen       HE, Ritter        MA, French            MLV and Gioc            TJ                                                                                     403          Iliopsoss       Muscle           Transfer            in Myelodysplasia,                     Posterior.        Jackson         RD.     Padgett
Handedness,            Influence         of: Overgrowth             of the Femur            following        Fractures      in                                                          TS and Donovan                  MM                                                                                                                        40
   Children.         Meals      PA                                                                                                                                     381          Hiotibial-Band              Transfer,              Distal,      for    Anteroiateral             Rotatory           Instability         of
Hauser       Procedure,          Compartment             Syndrome          as a Complication               of the. Wall JJ                                             I 85             the Knee.         Ellison       AE                                                                                                                    330
Healing,         Bone,       Effects        of Flexural          Rigidity         of Plates         on.     Bradley     GW.                                                         Impiants,         Mutagenesis                versus        Carcinogenesis             of Plastic.         Editorial.          Ritts    RE
   McKenna          GB. Dunn            HK, Daniels         AU and Statton             WO                                                                              866              Jr                                                                                                                                                  1201
Heel     Pad,      A Glomus          Tumor       of the. A Case           Report.      Quigley         JT                                                              443          Infected        Sacro-Iliac          Joints,        Aspiration         of. Miskew           DR. Block        PA and Witt PF .                           1071
Hemangiomas               and      Lipomas         of Soft      Tissue,       Fibrocartiiaginous                Lesions     of                                                      Infection        of the Elbow              Joint,       Mycobacteruiss           ka,ssasii.       A Case        Report.         Zvetina
   Bone       and,     Resembling            Maffucci’s       Syndrome.            A Case        Report.       Bender      BL                                                           JR. Foster         J and Reyes CV                                                                                                                   1099
   andYunisF                                                                                                                                                         1104           Innominate           Osteotomy,              A MOdified,            for the Treatment              of Postural           Imbalance.
Hemiplegia,             Stiff-Legged           Gait     in: Surgical         Correction.         Waters        RL. Garland                                                              Transiiac          Lengthening                of the Lower            Extremity.          Millie   MB and Hall JE . . .                              I 182
   BE. Perry           J. Habig T and Slabaugh                    P                                                                                                   927           Interphalangeal              Joint,       Anterior          Fracture-Dislocation                of the Proximal.                A Case
Hemophilia,             Synovectomy             or Total       Replacement           of the Knee          in. McCollough                                                                Report.      Raugher        WH and McCue          FC III                                                                                              779
   NC III,         EnisJE,        LovittJ.       Lian      EC-Y,     Niemann         KNW       and   Loughlin           ECJr.                                               69      Interphalangeal           Joint,  Closed     Rupture       of the Voiar   Plate ofthe    Distal.     Bowers
Hemorrhage,               Neurofibromatosis                 with     Tibial    Cyst      Caused       by Recurrent.              A                                                      WH and Fajgenbaum                DM                                                                                                                   146
   Case      Report.         Hooper        G and McMaster               MJ                                                                                            274           Ischemia        of the Lower         Extremity       after    Total   Hip   Replacement.         Report     of
Hemostatic            Agent,        Effect      of a. The         Mechanical           Bonding        of Methylmetha-                                                                   Four Cases.        Matos     MH,    Amstutz      HC and Machleder          HI                                                                           24
   crylate      to    Cancellous           Bone.      Lange      DR                                                                                                   254           Ischlum,        Adamantinoma           of the. Case Report.         Lasda   NA and Hughes           EC Jr. .                                              599
Hip,      Acetabular            Development            after     Reduction        in Congenital             Dislocation         of
   the. Lindstrom               JR. Ponseti         IV and Wenger             DR                                                                                       I 12
Hip Arthropiasty,                 Pulmonary           Emboli      following       Total:     Incidence          Study.      Dorr
                                                                                                                                                                                    Joint      Replacement,              Differential      Bone-Scanning                          in the     Evaluation           ofa     Painful
   LD, Sakimura                I and Mohler           JG                                                                                                             1083
                                                                                                                                                                                        Total.      Reing   CM,          Richin       PF and Kenmore                       P1                                                                 933
Hip       (Bateman)             Repiacement,              Postoperative           Separation           of     the      Femoral
                                                                                                                                                                                    Joint   Replacement         in Non-Ambulatory             Patients.     Arafiles       PP and Gustio                                            RB        892
   and      Acetabular            Components             of a Single-Assembly                Tots].       Report        of Two
                                                                                                                                                                                    Joints   in Male    Subjects,    Normal       Range     of Motion        of. Boone        DC and Azen                                           SP        756
   Cases.       Barmada           P and      Siegel      IM                                                                                                            777
                                                                                                                                                                                    Journal     of Bone    and Joint     Surgery,     Writing         for The.     Curtiss    PH Jr                                                           799
Hip,      Congenital           Dislocation             of the. Open                Reduction            Through            a Medial        Ap.
   proach.          Weinstein          SL and Ponseti                 IV                                                                                               I 19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  K
Hip,        Contracture            of the,         Secondary              to Fibrosis             of the          Gluteus         Maximus
   Muscle.          Hang      V-S                                                                                                                                           52      Knee,        Acute         Anteroiateral                Rotatory            Instability           of the.           Norwood            LA       Jr..
Hip and Femoral                   Shaft,      Ipsiiateral            Concomitant                Fractures           of the. Casey            MJ                                        Andrews             JR. Meisterling               PC and Glancy                 GL                                                                     704
   and Chapman                 MW                                                                                                                                      503          Knee      Amputation,                 An Innovative                Removable               Rigid        Dressing          Technique             for
Hip Fractures,               Analysis         of Six Hundred                    and Twenty-two                     Intertrochanteric.                                                  Below-the-.             A Preliminary                  Report.          Wu Y, Keagy                  PD,      Krick       HJ. Stratigos
   A Retrospective                      and       Prospective                Study.          Kyle        RF.        Gustilo        RB      and                                         JS and Retts HR                                                                                                                                        724
    PremerRF                                                                                                                                                          216           Knee,      Arthrodesis               of the, following                 Failed        Total      Knee       Arthroplasty.               Broder.
Hip,       Idiopathic         Chondrolysis                of the. Duncan                 JW. Nasca            P and Schrantz              J ...                      1024              sen MP, Fitzgerald                    RH Jr., Peterson                  LFA,       Coventry           MB and Bryan                 PS                  181
Hip,      irreducible          Traumatic             Dislocation             of the. Canale               ST and Manugian                  AH                                7      Knee,      Arthrography                 in Juxta-Articular                   Cysts       of the. Two Cases                 Diagnosed             by
Hip       Joint       under        Load,       In     Vitro       Measurement                  of Articular               Cartilage         De-                                        Delayed          Roentgenograms.                     Brief     Note.        Buckwalter             JA. Dryer          RF and Mickel-
   formations             in the Intact            Human.            Armstrong             CG, Bahrani               AS and Gardner                                                    sonMP                                                                                                                                                  465
    DL                                                                                                                                                                 744          Knee       Arthropiasty,                Patellar         Complications                  following            Total.       Mochizuki            PM
Hip,      Open        Reduction           for Congenital                 Dislocation            of the,        Using        the Ferguson                                               and Schurman                   DJ                                                                                                                      879
   Procedure.            A Review           ofTwenty-six                 Cases.       Roose       PE. Chingren                GL. Klaaren                                           Knee,      Distal Illotibial-Band                      Transfer         for Anterolateral                  Rotatory          Instability          of
    HEandllroockG                                                                                                                                                      915             the. Ellison           AE                                                                                                                              330
Hip,       A Possible          Etiological           Factor         in Certain            Cases       of Osteoarthritis               of the:                                       Knee,        Epiphyseal                Stapling           for      Angular              Deformity              at the.          Zuege          PC,
    Intra-Articular             Acetsbular             Labrum.            Harris       WH,        Bourne          RB and Oh I . . .                                    510             Kempken              TG and Rlount                  WP                                                                                                 320
Hip,       Reconstruction                of the.        A Mathematical                    Approach             to    Determine          Opti-                                       Knee      in Hemophilia,                  Synovectomy                or Total          Replacement               of the. McCollough
   mum         Geometric           Reiationships.                Johnston           PC. Brand            RA and Crowninshield                                                          NC III, EnisJE,                   LovittJ.         Lian EC-Y,             Niemann            KNW         and Loughlin               EC r. .                69
    RD                                                                                                                                                                 639          Knee       Joint,        Intra-Articulsr                 Rheumatoid                  NOdule           of the,        Associated              with
Hip      Replacement,               Acute       Renal         Failure        after      TotaL        Gelman           ML. Frazier           CH                                         Recurrent             Subluxation                of the        Patella.         Case        Report.          Huang          TL        Fossier
   and Chandler               HP                                                                                                                                       657             C. Ray RD and Ghosh                          L                                                                                                         438
Hip       Replacement,                The     Effect         of Hypotensive                   Anesthesia              on Cephalothin                                                Knee      and a Large              Segment           of the Femur               or Tibia,         Prosthetic           Replacement                of
   Concentrations                 in Bone          and       Muscle          of Patients             Undergoing               Total.     Patel                                         the. Sim FH and Chao                          EYS                                                                                                      887
    D. Moellering             PC Jr.. Thrasher                   K. Fahmy            NP and           Harris        WH                                                 531          Knee       Ligament              Injuries          In Children.               Clanton           TO.       DeLee          JC. Sanders               B
Hip Replacement,                   The Effect           of Total,         and General               Surgery         on Antithrombin                                                    and Neidre             A                                                                                                                              1195
    III      in Reiation           to Venous              Thrombosis.                Gitel      SN.      Salvati        EA, Wessler           S.                                    Knee,      Marsnor           MOdUlar,            in Unicompsrtmental                         Disease.         Minimum             Four-Year
    Robinson           HJ Jr. and Worth                   MH Jr                                                                                                        653             Follow-up.             Marmor           L                                                                                                              347
Hip       Replacement,               lachemia          of the Lower                 Extremity             after      Total.      Report       of                                    Knee      Prosthesis,             The Total           Condylsr.           A Report           ofTwo           Hundred           and Twenty
    Four       Cases.       Matos       MH,       Amstutz          HC and Machleder                       HI                                                                24         Cases.        Insall J, Scott            WN and Ranawat                     CS                                                                         I 73
Hip       Replacement,               Later      Arterial          Emholization               Complicating                 Total.      A Case                                        Knee       Stability,          Its Vitro          Measurements                  of, after          Blcondylar              Replacement.
    Report.         Neal .J. Wachtel              TL, Garza             OT and Edwards                    WS                                                           429             Markolf          KL, Finerman                 GM and Amstutz                     HC                                                                    547
Hip       Replacement,               A Method              for the Postmortem                        Evaluation             of an its Situ                                          Knee,      The        Supporting             Structures           and       Layers         on the Medial                Side     of the. An
   Total.        Wright       TM.        Hughes         PW. Torzilli             PA and Wilson                   PDJr                                                  661             Anatomical              Analysis.           Warren          LF and Marshall                  JL                                                            56
Hip       Replacement,                Reconstruction                  of a Fractured                  Femur          following         Total.                                       Knee,      Torn        Discoid         Menisci         of the, in Adults.                 Four Cases            Reports.         Berson         BL
   ReportofaCase.                   Olerud        S                                                                                                                    937             and Hermann                  G                                                                                                                         303
Hip Replacement                   Requiring          Reoperation,          Mechanical         Failures        in Total.       PcI-                                                  Knee,       Valgus-Varus                Stability         in a Hinged               Cast Used for Controlled                           Mobil.
   licci PM, Salvati              EA and Robinson                HJ                                                                                                     28             zation      ofthe.         Daniel        D and Rice T                                                                                                  135
Hip Replacement,                   Revisional          Total,     for Failed     Ring      Arthroplasty.           Jones      JM                                     1029           Knees       of Children,                Ligament            Injuries          in the.         Bradley         GW,        Shives       TC and
Hip Replacement,                  Total,      in Congenital          Dislocation        and Dysplasia            of the Hip.                                                           Samuelson             KM                                                                                                                               588
   Crowe      JF, Mani            VJ and Ranawat               CS                                                                                                           15      Kyphosis            in Adolescents,                   Surgical          Management                 of Thoracic.                Taylor         TC,
Hip      Replacement,                 Total,        following         Failed       Femoral           Hemiarthroplasty.                                                                 Wenger           DR. Stephen               J. Gillespie          R and Bobechko                    WP                                                  496
   Amstutz       HC and            Smith       RK                                                                                                                    I 161          Kyphosis           In Children             with       Myelomenlngocele,                      Vertebral           Excision          for. Lind.
Hip     Surgery,      A           Complication               of Bleeding         following.           Sciatic      Paralysis.                                                          seth RE and Stelzer                     L Jr                                                                                                           699



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Laminectomy,               The  Effects    of: Gunshot      Wounds     of the Spine.                                        Stauffer      ES.                       Mycobacteriuss        fortstitsim,     Infection       of Prosthetic         Arthroplasty        by. Two Case
   Wood          P5% and Kelly       EG                                                                                                               389              Reports.     Booth        JE. Jacobson        JA. Kurrus     TA and Edwards              TW                                                         300
Leprosy,          Calcified   Abscess     in the Ulnar      Nerve   in a Patient    with.                                     A Case      Re-                       Mycobo.cteriuas        kaissasii    Infection       of the Elbow         Joint.    A Case      Report.   Zvetina
   port.       Lichtman      DM. Swafford       ASS and Kerr       DM                                                                                 620              JR. Foster     J and Peyes CV                                                                                                                      1099
Ligament,           Avulsion    of the Femoral       Attachment      of the Posterior                                       Cruciate,       in                      Myelodysplasia,           Posterior      Illopsoas      Muscle      Transfer       in. Jackson       RD. Padgett
   an Eleven.Year-Old                   Boy.        Case   Report.           Mayer        PJ and        Micheli        U                              431              TS and        Donovan          MM                                                                                                                     40
Ligament      Injuries,              Knee,         in Children.             Clanton         TO.        DeLee          JC.      Sanders          B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            N
   and Neidre          A                                                                                                                             1195
Ligament        Injuries         in the    Knees               of   Children.            Bradley         GW.         Shives        TC     and                       Neck-Shaft         Angle,   A Simple               Bipianar          Method          of    Measuring                Femoral              Ante-
   Samuelson          KM                                                                                                                              588              version       and. Ogata   K and               Goldsand          EM                                                                                 846
Ligament,       Injury        to the Anterior                Cruciate,         Producing      the Pivot-Shift       Sign.                  An                       Necrosis,       Ewing’s       Tumor    of the             Cubold    Bone   Simulating       Avascular.                               Report
   Experimental             Study    on Cadaver                 Specimens.            Fetto JF and Marshall           JL                              710              ofa    Case.      Wientroub      S. Michels              H, Baratz    M, Shile     P and Salama                            P                        951
Ligament         Instability,         Degenerative                   Arthritis         of the    Ankle       Secondary                      to                      Nerve,     Calcified        Abscess    in the              Ulnar,   In a Patient       with  leprosy.                               A Case
   Long-Standing            Lateral.      Harrington          KD                                                                                      354              Report.      Lichtman        DM. Swafford           AW and Kerr DM                                                                                  620
Ligament,         Medial     Collateral,        The Role        of the Musculature          in Injuries        to the.                                              Nerve,     Compression             of the     Deep      Branch       of the     Ulnar,    by an IntraneUral
    Pope    MH.      Johnson        RJ. Brown          DW and Tighe         (                                                                         398              Cyst.   Case     Report.       Bowers      WH and Doppelt             SH                                                                            612
Ligaments,         Microvasculature             of the Cruciate,         and Its Response          to Injury.         An                                            Nerve-Conduction               Block,     Peripheral,          by High       Muscle-Compartment                Pres.
   Experimental           Study      in Dogs.        Arnoczky       SP. Pubin      PM and Marshall             JL . . .                          .   1221              sure.    Hargens      AR. Romine            JS. Sipe     JC. Evans      KL. Mubarak          SL and Akeson
Lipofibroms         of the Median            Nerve       in the Palm       and Digits      of the Hand.           Paid                                                 WH                                                                                                                                                  192
    MR. Silver       JW. Lipton          DE and Pearlman              HS                                                                              393           Nerve-Conduction               Studies,       Preoperative,          The     Surgical      Treatment        of the
Lipoma        of the      Proximal         Part      of the Femur,          Intra-Osseous.         Case       Report.                                                  Carpal-Tunnel           Syndrome        Correlated          with.   Harris     CM. Tanner         E, Goldstein
    [)eLce     JC                                                                                                                                     601              MN and Pettee            DS                                                                                                                           93
Lipomas        of Soft Tissue          Resembling          Maffucci’s      Syndrome.       Fibrocartiiaginous                                                       Nerve,     Lipofibroma          of the Median,          in the Palm       and Digits       of the Hand.         Patel
   Lesions       of Bone      and.     A Case     Report.     Bender      BL and Yunis        F                                                      I 104             MR. Silver          JW,     Lipton      DE     and Pearlman        HS                                                                               393
Lower      Extremity,          Tranailiac        Langthening         of the.   A Modified                                    Innominste                             Neurofibromatosis,                Cervical        Spine  Abnormalities                    in.       Yong-Hing             K. Kalamchi
  Osteotomy          for the Treatment            of Postural      Imbalance.      Millis   MB                               and Hall       JE       I I 82            A and       MacEwen          GD                                                                                       695
Lumbar        Spine,      Anterior        Fusion     of the.   End-Result       Study     with                                Long-Term                             Neurofibromatosis,                Spine       Deformity        in. A Review       of One     Hundred         and Two
   Follow.up.         Flynn     JC and Hoque           MA                                                                                            I 143             Patients.         Winter      PB,     Moe       JH, Bradford           DS, Lonstein      JE. Pedras        CV and
                                                                                                                                                                       Weber       AH                                                                                                        677
                                                                            M
                                                                                                                                                                    Neurofibromatosis                with       Tiblal      Cyst    Caused       by Recurrent        Hemorrhage.          A
Male        Subjects,      Normal          Range        of Motion          ofJoints         in.    Boone        DC     and       Azen     SP.         756              Case      Report.        Hooper       G and McMaster              MJ                                                  274
Marmor        Modular      Knee      in Unicompartmental                 Disease.      Minimum        Four-Year                                                     Neuroma,           Plantar,      Visualization           with    a Laminar      Spreader.      Miller    WA             1258
  Follow.up.        Marm(ir       L                                                                                                                   347           News      Notes                                                          155, 315, 473, 634, 795, 953, 1 1 16, 1260
Median.Nerve          Entrapment          in Bone       after     Fracture        of the Distal      End of the                                                     Non-Union             of Supracondylar               Fractures       of the Femur,        Transarticulsr         fin-
  Humerus,          Untreated:          Postmortem            Findings         after    Forty-seven         Years.                                                     tion in the Treatment                   of: A Salvage          Procedure.       Beall  MS Jr.. Nebel         E and
  Report      of a Case.       Holmes      JC. Skolnick        MD and         Hall JF                                                                 309              BaileyPW                                                                                                             1018
Median       Nerve    at the Wrist,          Bipartite.       Report       of a Case.       Crandall     PC and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0
   HamelAL                                                                                                                                            311
Melanoma,         A Possible         Soft-Tissue         Variant       of Malignant:      Clear-Cell        Sarcoma                                                 Obituaries
  with     Melanin        Pigment.         Case     Report.        Raynor       AC, Vargas-Cortes            F. Alex-                                                   Jos#{233}Luis Bado                                                                                                                                  I 53
  ander       RW and       Bingham          HG                                                                                                        276              Charles          H. Frantz                                                                                                                           152
Meniscal       Lesions,       Precision         in the Diagnosis           of: A Comparison             of Clinical                                                    George           J. Garceau                                                                                                                         793
  Evalustion,         Arthrogrsphy,             and Arthroscopy.             Gillies H and Seligson            B                                      343               Nicholas          J. Giannestras                                                                                                                   472
Meniscectomy,           Isolated       Lateral.     A Study       ofTwenty-six        Patients       with Isolated                                                      Henry        L. Jaffe                                                                                                                              634
  Tears.       Yocum         LA,      Kerlan       RK.      Jobe      FW.     Carter    VS.    Shields       CL     Jr.,                                                Joe Wesley            Kitig                                                                                                                       1259
  L()mbardo         SJ and Collins            HP                                                                                                      338              Carroll        B. Larson                                                                                                                             151
Menisci      of the Knee         in Adults,        Torn      Discoid.      Four Case      Reports.       Berson     BL                                                 Raymond              Earl Lenhard                                                                                                                    794
  and Hermann             G                                                                                                                           303              William          Burns       MacKinnon                                                                                                             1259
Meniscus,       Cyst    of the Lateral,           Causing        Erosion      of the Tibial     Plateau.       A Case                                               Occipital             Dislocations,           The        Pathological             Anatomy            of      Fatal      Atlanto-.
  Report.        Enis    JE and      Ghandur-Mnaymneh                      L                                                                          441               Bucholz          RW and Burkhead                  WZ                                                                                                248
Meniscus        in Identical         Twins,        Bilateral      Lateral       Discoid.  Brief     Note.      Gebhardt                                             Olecranon              Device        in Olecranon            Fractures,           Experience            with      the     McAtee.
   MC and Rosenthal                PK                                                                                                                I I 10            Coughlin            MJ, Slabaugh           PB and Smith            TK                                                                               385
Metacarpal.          Avulsion         Fracture         of the Base          of the Second,        by the Extensor                                                   Orthotic         Correction,           Turnbuckle,          of Rlbow-Flexion                Contractures            after     Acute
  Carpi       Radialis       Longus.        A Case        Report.      DeLee        J(                                                                445              Injuries.          Green       DP and McCoy              H                                                                                         1092
Metscarpophalangeal                 Joint      of the Thumb,           A Simplified       Technique         to   Correct                                            Ossification             at the       Elbow,       Heterotopic,            following          Long-Term             Coma,         The
   Hyperextension              Deformity          of the.      Kessler       I                                                                        903              Surgical          Treatment          of. Roberts         JR and Pankratz               DC                                                           760
Metastasis        that     Regressed           Spontsneously,             Protracted     Survival        in Chondro-                                                Osteoarthrltis              of the Hip.         A Possible         Rtiological           Factor      in Certain         Cases       of.
   sarcoma          Despite        an Unusual.                  McLaughlin              RE. Wang           G-J.      Ritchie        WP Jr.                              Intra-Articular              Acetabular          Labrum         Harris       WH.      Bourne        RB and Oh I . . .                               510
   and Sweet           DF                                                                                                                              137          Osteosrthritis,              Metabolic        Activity      of Articular          Cartilage        in. An its Vitro         Study.
Methylmethacryiate,                    The        Effects          of Intramedullary,                   and      Reaming             on the                            Thompson               PC and Oegema                TP Jr                                                                                            407
  Circulation             of the         Tibia         after       Osteotomy             and      Plate       Fixation          in Dogs.                            Osteochondritis                 Diasecans        of the Talus          Associated            with     Subchondral             Cysts.
  Sorensen          WG.       Bloom          JD and          Kelly     PJ                                                                             417              Report        ofThree          Cases.     Yuan        HA. Cady         PB and DePose                C                                              1249
Methylmethacrylate,                   The       Mechanical               Bonding         of, to Cancellous                Bone.        Effect                       Osteogenesis            imperfrcta,           Osteosarcoma             Occurring             in. A Case         Report.       Put-
  of a Hemostatic                Agent.          Lange         DR                                                                                     254              kowski       P. Resnick           P and McMaster             JH                                                                                     606
Methylmethacrylate                   Is a Mutagen                  for Salmonella            typhimurium.              Poss P. Thilly                               Osteomyelitis              Associated          with      Chroauobacteriuius             vioiisceum         Sepsis.       A Case
   WG and Kaden                  BA                                                                                                                  1203              Report.        Tucker        RE, Winter          WG Jr. and           Wilson       HD                                                               949
Methylprednisolone                        Injection              in       Osgood-Schlatter                   Epiphysitis,                 Sub-                      Osteomyelitis             in Children,           The      Three      Syndromes             of iliac.       Beaupri         A and
  cutaneous            Atrophy          following.             Rostron         PKM and Calver                 RF                                      627              Carroll       N                                                                                                                                    1087
Microbiological               In-Use          Comparison                of Surgical            Hand-Washing                 Agents,           A.                    Osteomyelitis,              Isolated       Calcaneal          Tuberculous.              A Case          Report.         Manzella
   Eitzen      HF. Ritter           MA. French                 MLV and Gioc TJ                                                                         403              JP, VanvoristPand                    Hruska        JF                                                                                              946
Microvasculature                of the Cruciate                  Ligaments            and Its Response                 to   Injury.         An                      Osteomyelltis,              Neonatal,          Caused         by Caisdida            tropicalis.         Report         of Two
   Experimental              Study        in Dogs.           Arnoczky           SP. Rubin          PM and Marshall                    JL . . . .     1221              Cases       and Review             of the Literature.           Svirsky-Fein            S. Langer        1. Milbauer            B,
Mineral        Content,          Bone-,         Surface          Hardness,           and Mechanical                 Fixation           in the                           Khermosh          0 and Rubinstein                 E                                                                                                455
   Human          Radius.         A Correlative                   Study.        Trader        JE. Johnson              PP and           KaIb-                       Osteomyelitis            of the Rib Presenting                as Painful        Torticollis.         Case Report.           Stein-
   fleisch     JH                                                                                                                                    1217              bergGG                                                                                                                                               614
Minerals,         Extraction           of, after           Experimental               Fractures         of the Tibia             in Dogs.                           Osteomyelitis,             Turn-Up         Osteoplasty          for Tibial        Defect         from.     A Case        Report.
   Hughes         SPF. Lemon               GJ. Davies            DR. Bassingthwaighte                     lB and Kelly              PJ . . .           857             Tse B, Branick              R, Beatie        J and King D                                                                                            764
Muscle       Abnormalities                of the Hand,               “Atavistic          Contrahentes              Digitorum”              and                      Osteonecrosis        after             Penal        Transplantation                 in      Children.               Stern           PJ      and
   Associated:           A Cause           ofSymptoms.                 Report        ofThree          Cases.      Stark      HH. Otter                                 Watts      HG                                                                                                                                        851
    rA. Boyes JH and Pickard                            TA                                                                                             286          Osteoplasty,     Turn-Up.               for     Tibial      Defect from           Osteomyelltls.                   A Case           Report.
Muscle-Compartment                       Pressure,           Peripheral            Nerve-Conduction                  Block       by High.                              Tse D, Branick        P.         Beatie       J and      King D                                                                                      764
   Hargens.          AR. Romine               JS. Sipe         C. Evans            KL. Mubarak             SJ and Akeson                 WH            192          Osteosarcoms        Occurring       In Osteogenesis                         Imperfects.                A Case            Report.           Rut-
Muscle       Transfer,          Posterior           iliopsoas,           in Myelodysplasia.                 Jackson        RD. Padgett                                  kowski   P. Pesnick       P and McMaster         JH                                                                                                606
   TS and        Donovan           MM                                                                                                                       40      Osteosarcoma        with      Small  Cells    Simulating                       Ewing’s              Tumor.          Sim       FH.         Unni
Muscles,        Pressures           Generated              in the Thigh,             and under           the Thigh           Cast       of an                           KK, Beabout       JW and Dahlin        DC                                                                                                          207
   Uninjured            Subject        Wearing            a Cast-Brace.              Hardy       AE and Baddeley                   S                   362
Musculature,             The Role           of the, in Injuries                  to the Medial            Collateral          Ligament.                                                                                                     P
   Pope      MH. Johnson               PJ. Brown               DW and Tighe                C                                                           398          Painful    Total     Joint    Replacement,                Differential    Bone-Scanning                             in the          Evalua-
Musculoskeletal               Disorders,              The      Impact         of, on the Population                    of the United                                   tion of a. Peing        CM, Pichin                PF and Kenmore        P1                                                                          933
   States.      KelseyJL.           White         AA III, Pastides                 H and Bisbee            GE Jr                                       959          Paralysis,       High      Ulnar-Nerve,                Correction      of the      Attritional                            Boutonniere
Musculoskeletal               Lesions,          Closed          Biopsy        of. Moore         TM.       Meyers          MH. Patzakis                                 Deformity          in. Burkhalter     WE and Carneiro           PS                                                                                   131
   MJ. rerry R and Harvey                          JP Jr                                                                                               375          Paralysis,         Sciatic.    A Complication            of Bleeding                            following            Hip           Surgery.
Mutsgen         for Salmonella               typhimurium,               Methylmethacrylate                    Is a. Poss R. Thilly                                     Fleming        RE Jr., Michelsen        CR and Stinchfield          FE                                                                                37
   WG and Kaden                  BA                                                                                                                  1203           Paralysis        In the Young        Athlete,     Serratus      Anterior.                            Gregg         JR.      Labosky              D,
Mutsgenesis              versus         Carcinogenesis                     of    Plastic       Implants.            Editorial.            Ritts                        Harty       M. Lotke     P. Ecker    M, DiStefano        V and Das                           M                                                      825



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Paralytic        Claw      Fingers,       Clinical        Features           of. Srinivasan         H                                             1060        Sarcoma,         Ewing’s,        Presenting         with          a Coexistent        Bacterial               Organism.                  A
Paralytic        Hip,      Tendon         Transfers         in the.          Cabaud       HE.      Westin            GW       and        Con-                    Case     Report.       Kahanovitz         N. Johanson             PH and    Hirose      FM                                                  604
   nelly    S                                                                                                                                     1035        Sarcoma        of the Sscrum,           Deep    Venous           Occlusion     as the Initial             Presentation               of
Patella,        Intra-Articular             Dislocation           of     the.       A    Case    Report.             Donelson              PG                    Osteogenic.         A Case        Report.     Levine          AM and Chretien          P                                                    775
   and Tomatuoli           M                                                                                                                       615        Sarcoma         of the Second           Cervical      Vertebra,          Primary    Osteogenic.                Case       Report.
Patella,    Recurrent         Subluxation          of the, Intra-Articular            Rheumatoid        Nodule    of                                              Mnaymneh             W. Brown         M. Tejada       F and Morrison            G                                                          460
   the    Knee     Joint     Associated          with.     A Case        Report.      Huang      TL.    Fossier   C.                                          Scapula,        Anomaly       of the, Associated             with Sprengel’s          Deformity.               Case       Report.
   Pay PD and Ghosh                L                                                                                                               438           Conforty         B                                                                                                                         1243
Patellar     Complications             following        Total     Knee      Arthroplasty.        Mochizuki       PM                                           (Scapula,          Locked)         Scapulothoracic                Dislocation.        A     Case              Report.             Hol-
    and Schurman           DJ                                                                                                                      879           linshead        P and James           KW                                                                                                   I 102
Patellar     Tendon,       Late Reconstruction                of the. Ecker       ML, Lotke       PA and Glazer                                               Scapula,        Traumatic        Winging         of the. Gozna             ER and Harris        WR                                            I 230
    PM                                                                                                                                             884        Scapulotboracic             Dislocation          (Locked         Scapula).       A Case     Report.                 Hollinshead
Patellar     Tendon        following         Total     Knee      Replacement,           A Method      of Skeletal                                                 P and James            KW                                                                                                                 I 102
   Traction      to Protect        a Reattached.         Brief     Note.     Volz    PG                                                           I 109       Sciatic       Paralysis.        A Complication                  of Bleeding         following                 Hip        Surgery.
Patellectomy,            A New        Method       of,   for    Patellofemoral                          Arthritis.            Compere                             Fleming     RE Jr., Michelsen          CR and Stinchfield          FE                                                                        37
   CL. Hill JA. Lewinnek                GE and Thompson               PG                                                                           714        Scoliosfs     Fusion,      Reconstructive        Surgery      in the Adult     for Failed.   Cummine
Patellofemoral            Contact      Stress,    Relief     of, by Anterior                            Displacement                of     the                    JL. LonsteinJE,         MoeJH,        Winter    RB and Bradford         DS                                                                1151
   Tibial      Tubercle.       Ferguson        AR Jr.. Brown        TB.     Fu FH                      and Putkowski                 P    . . .    159        Scoliosis,     Risks     of Exposure         to X-R.ays     in Patients    Undergoing      Long-Term
Pelvic     Ring,      Disruption         of the, Treated          by External      Skeletal       Fixation.       A Case                                         Treatment        for. Nash       CL Jr., Gregg       EC. Brown       RH and Pillai    K                                                     371
   Report.       Sahlstrand         T                                                                                                              433        Scollotic     Children       Treated      by Spine        Fusion     and Autotransfusion,          Serial     Serum
Pes-ilunar       Dislocation,          Volar      A Case       Report.    Pournaras         J and Kappas           A . . . .                       625           Protein      Determinstiona           in. Parlett       PC and Naidu         P                                                               105
Peroneal       Tendons,          Neglected          Rupture       of the, Causing         Recurrent         Sprains     of                                    Screws      with     Damaged         Heads,     a Simplified          Method     for the Removal           of. Ter-
   the Ankle.         Case     Report.       Abraham         E and Stirnaman          JF                                                          1247           manini      ZA and Schildhaus              AlE                                                                                              631
Peroneus        Longus,        Rupture       ofthe,      Peroneal      Compartment           Syndrome         Secondary                                       Serratus      Anterior       Paralysis      in the Young          Athlete.   Gregg      JR. Labosky       I). Harty
   to.    A Case        Report.          Davies      JAK                                                                                           783            M. Lotke       P. Ecker      M, DiStefano          V and Das M                                                                             825
Pea Cavus           in Surgically             Treated       Spinal      Dysraphism,            Remission          of Report          of                       Serum      Protein     Determinations,            Serial,      in Scoliotic   Children      Treated       by Spine
   a Case.        James       HE, McLaurin                PL and Watkins               WT                                                         1096            Fusion     and Autotransfusion.               Parlett       PC and Naidu        P                                                           I 05
Phialophora            richardsio.e,           Chronic        Bursitis       Caused        by. Torstrick          PF. Harrison                                Shoulder         Arthroplasty,           The      Semiconstrained               Total.     Coughlin          MJ. Morris         JM
    K. Heckman              JD and Johnson                JF                                                                                       772           and West WF                                                                                                                                  574
Pinning,          A Comparative                  Study      of Dunlop’s           Traction         versus       Percutaneous.                                 Shoulder,         Fracture        of the Coracoid             Process        Associated         with      Subglenoid         Dis-
    Supracondylar                Fractures          of the Humerus.              Prietto      CA                                                   425           location       of the. A Case             Report.       Benchetrit         E and Friedman               B                                   295
Pivot-Shift          Sign,      Injury       to the Anterior            Cruciate        Ligament         Producing           the. An                          Shoulder,          Fracture-Dislocation                 of the,        with      Biceps       Tendon          Interposition.
    Experimental              Study        on Cadaver           Specimens.           Fetto     )F and Marshall              JL                     710           Case     Report.         Janecki      CJ and Barnett             DC                                                                          142
Plate       Fixation         versus          Conservative             Treatment           of Tibia]         Shaft      Fractures.                             Shoulder,         Recurrent           Anterior        Dislocation           of the.     Results        after     the Bankart
    A Randomized                 Trial.      van der Linden              W and Larsson             K                                               873           and Putti-Platt             Operations.           Hovelius      L. Thorling            J and Fredin           H                              566
Plates,        Effects        of Flexural              Rigidity        of,    on     Bone        HealIng.         Bradley         GW.                         Spinal      Dysraphism,             Remission         of Pea Caves            in Surgically          Treated.        Report      of
    McKenna            GB. Dunn             HK, Daniels          AU and Statton              WO                                                    866           a Case.       James       HE. McLaurin             RL and Watkins               WT                                                         1096
Popliteal          Cyst       with        a Large          Osteochondral               Mass.       A Case          Report.         Be-                        Spine     Abnormalities              in Neurofibromatosis,                  Cervical.       Yong-Hing            K. Kalamchi
    Benedetti          M. Waugh             TR and Evanski               PM                                                                         147          A and MacEwen                 GD                                                                                                            695
Population            of the United               States,      The     Impact        of Musculoskeletal                Disorders                              Spine,      Acute      Fractures        and Dislocations              ofthe     Cervical.       An Analysis            of Three
    on the.       Kelsey       JL. White           AA III. Pastides            H and Bisbee             GE Jr                                      959            Hundred          Hospitalized            Patients       and a Review              of the Literature.              Bohlman
Postural         Imbalance,             A Modified          Innominste           Osteotomy          for the Treatment               of.                           HH                                                                                                                                        1119
   Transiiac            Lengthening              of the Lower            Extremity.         Millie     MB and Hall JE . . .                       I I 82      Spine,      Anterior      Fusion    of         the Lumbar.            End-Result           Study       with         Long-Term
Presidential             Address.           The      American          Orthopsedic             Association          -      Its Role                               Follow-up.       Flynn     JC and          Hoque   MA                                                                                     I I 43
    in a Troubled             World.          Brown       T                                                                                       I I 12      Spine,        Complete         Fracture-Dislocation               of the Thoracic,          without      Spins!    Cord
Prosthesis,          The Total            Condyiar         Knee.      A Report        of Two       Hundred          and Twenty                                    Injury        A Case       Report.        Gertzbein      SD and Offierski           C                                                      449
   Cases.      Insall     J. Scott WN and Ranawat                     CS                                                                           173        Spine        Deformity         in Neurofibromatosis.                 A Review      of One       Hundred        and Two
Prosthetic        Arthroplasty,            Infection          of, by Mycobacterium         fortuitum.                     Two            Case                     Patients.        Winter        PB.     Moe      JH. Bradford          DS. Lonstein         JE. Pedras        CV and
   Reports.        Both       JE. Jacobson            JA. Kurrus         TA and Edwards            TW                                              300           WeberAH                                                                                                                                     677
Pulmonary           Emboli       following          Total       Hip Arthroplasty:       Incidence                      Study.            Dorr                 Spine        Fusion       and Autotransfusion,                Serial     Serum     Protein      Determinstions          in
   LB. Sakimura             I and Mohler             JG                                                                                           1083           Scoliotic         Children         Treated       by. Parlett       PC and Naidu         P                                                    105
Putti-Platt        Operations,           Results          after    the Bankart     and.      Recurrent                         Anterior                       Spine        Fusion,        Cervical,        in Rheumatoid             Arthritis.     Ranawat       CS. O’Leary         P.
   Dislocation          of the Shoulder.              Hovelius        L, Thorling    J and Fredin                         H                        566            Pellicci      P. Tsairis       P. Marchisello         P and Dorr L                                                                        1003
                                                                                                                                                              Spine,        Gunshot         Wounds          of the:    The     Effects       of Laminectomy.           Stauffer     ES.
                                                                         P
                                                                                                                                                                 Wood         PW and Kelly EG                                                                                                                389
Radial       Head,       Biomechanical                Study     of     the       Elbow     following           Excision             of    the.                Spondyiollsthesls                 in Children           and     Adoleacenta,          Management            of Severe.
   Morrey       BF, Chao         EY and Hut FC                                                                                                                    Boxall      D, Bradford         DS. Winter             PB and Moe JH                                                                        479
Padio-Ulnar          Synostosis,          Congenital:        Surgical     Treatment.         Green     WT        and                                          Spondyiollathesis,             A Family          with.      Shahriaree          H. Sajadi      K and Poohtdamini             SA               I 256
   Mital     MA                                                                                                                                    738        Sprengel’s         Deformity,         Anomaly          of the Scapula             Associated          with.    Case  Report.
Rsdio-Ulnar           Translocation,             Proximal.        A Case       Report.         Harvey      S and                                                 Conforty         B                                                                                                                         1243
   Tchelebi       H                                                                                                                                447        Subluxation          in Children,           Atlanto-Axial,             Due to Vertebral             Anomalies.       Dawson
Radius,       Bone-Mineral           Content,       Surface     Hardness,      and     Mechanical       Fixation                                                  EG and Smith            L                                                                                                                   582
   in the      Human.        A Correlative            Study.    Trader     JE. Johnson            RP and      KaIb-                                           Subluxations,           Recurrent          Bilateral         Mid-Tarsal.          A Case      Report.       Hooper      G and
   fleischlH                                                                                                                                      1217            McMaster         MJ                                                                                                                        617
Radius,       Internal        Fixation         of Fracture          of the Head          of the. Two            Case     Reports.                             Subtrochanteric             Fractures,         A fluted          Intramedullary             Rod      for. Biomechanical
   Odenheimer              K and Harvey               JP Jr                                                                                         785          Considerations             and      Preliminary            Clinical        Results.       Heiple       KG. Brtxks      DR.
Radius,        Medial        Displacement               of the Shaft            of the,      with       a Fracture           of the                              Samson         BL and Burstein              AH                                                                                              730
   Radial       Neck.       Report        of a Case.         Manoli      A II                                                                       788       Sutures       through       Bone,       Crochet        Hook        to Help       Pass.     Bornstein        D                                  466
Radius,       The       Roger        Anderson           Device        in the Treatment                of Fractures           of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    T
   Distal      End of the. Grana                 WA and Kopta               JA                                                                    I 234
Radius,       Successful           Regeneration             of Large        Extruded         Diaphyseal           Segments           of                       Talus,     Osteochondsitis             Dlssecans        of the, Associated          with    Subchondral         Cysts.
   the. Report           of Two        Cases.       Varma        BP and Srivastava              TP                                                 290            Report     of Three        Cases.      Yuan     HA. Cady         RB and DeRosa            C                                               I 249
Renal      Failure,        Acute,      after     Total      Hip Replacement.                Gelman           ML      Frazier      CH                          Tarsal     Subluxatlons,           Recurrent        Bilateral      Mid-.   A Case       Report.    Hcwper        G and
   and Chandler              HP                                                                                                                    657            McMasterMJ                                                                                                                                 617
Renal      Transplantation                 in Children,           Osteonecrosis           after.       Stern     PJ and Watts                                 Tendon,       Late Reconstruction                of the Patellar.        Ecker     ML Lotke        PA and Glazer
   HG                                                                                                                                               851           PM                                                                                                                                         884
Rheumatoid            Nodule         of the Knee          Joint     Associated        with Recurrent              Subluxation                                 Tendon,       Recurrent         Dislocation         of the Peroneal.         Zoellner       G and Clancy         W Jr.                         292
   of the Patella,            Intra-Articular.              A Case        Report.       Huang          TL.     Fossier      C, Pay                            Tendon        Rupture        as a Complication                 of Screw     Fixation       in Fractures         in the
   RD and Ghosh                L                                                                                                                    438           Hand.     A Case       Report.       Fambrough            PA and Green         DP                                                           781
Rib,     Osteomyelitis              of the,       Presenting           as Painful         Torticollls.           Case      Report.                            Tendon       Transfers        in the Paralytic          Hip. Cabaud        HE. Westin        GW and Connelly              S                   I 035
   SteinbergGG                                                                                                                                      614       Tendons,        Neglected         Rupture        of the Peroneal,          Causing       Recurrent      Sprains        of
Ring      Arthroplasty,             Revisional          Total     Hip Replacement                 for Failed.          Jones     JM .             I 029          the Ankle.         Case    Report.        Abraham         E and Stirnaman                JF                                                1247
Roger      Anderson           Device         in the Treatment            of Fractures          of the Distal           End of the                             Tenosynovial            Chondromatosis               In the Hand.            DeBenedetti         MJ and &hwinn                CP                898
   Radius,        The.      Grana       WA and Kopta                JA                                                                            1234        Thigh       Cast    of an Uninjured               Subject      Wearing           a Cast-Brace,         Pressures          Con-
Rupture,         Closed,          of the        Volar       Plate      of the     Distal        Interphalangeal               Joint.                             crated      In the Thigh           Muscles        and under          the.     Hardy      AE and      Baddeley         S .. .                 362
   Bowers        WH and Fagenbaum                        DM                                                                                         146       ThrombosIs,           The     Effect      of Total        Hip Replacement                 and General          Surgery        on
                                                                                                                                                                 Antithrombln            III in Relation              to Venous.           Gitel    SN.    Salvati    EA. Wessler             S.
                                                                             S
                                                                                                                                                                 Robinson         HJ Jr. and Worth               MH Jr                                                                                       653
Sscro-IIiac        Joints,       Aspiration         of Infected.      Miskew      DR. Block       RA and Witt PF .                                1071        Thumb,         Fractures       at the Base         of the: Treatment                with    Oblique      Traction.         Gel-
Sacrum,         Deep        Venous        Occlusion        as the Initial       Presentation           of Osteogenic                                             berman        RH. Vance           PM and Zakaib             GS                                                                              260
    Sarcoma        of the. A Case             Report.      Levine     AM and Chretien            P                                                  775       Thumb,        Reconstruction             of an Amputated,                 in One Stage.         Case    Report       -     Free
Saisusotselia       ty/,hissurium,            Methylmethacrylate              Is a Mutagen               for.  Poss     P.                                       Neurovascular-flap                 Transfer         with     Iliac-Bone           Craft.     Doi K. Tominaga                 S.
    Thilly     WG and Kaden                 DA                                                                                                    1203           Hono       H. Ogoshi         E and Nakamura               S                                                                                1254
Sarcoma,         Clear-Cell,          with     Melanin       Pigment:      A Possible        Soft-Tissue        Variant                                       Thumb,         A SImplified            Technique           to Correct           Hyperextension             Deformity           of
    of     Malignant            Melanoma.            Case     Report.      Raynor       AC,      Vargas-Cortes           F.                                      the Metacarpophalangeal                     Joint     of the.      Kessler      I                                                           903
    Alexander          RW and Bingham                  HG                                                                                           276       Tibia     in Dogs,        Extraction          of Minerals           after     Experimental           Fractures         of the.



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    Hughes       SPF. Lemon            GJ. Davies       DR. Bassingthwaighte             JR and Kelly        PJ . . .                  857             tion     in the Host          Bed      by Human           Bone-.     Urist    MR.   Grant    TT.      Lindholm
Tibia,      The     Effects       of Intramedullary          Methylmethacrylate               and    Reaming         on                                TS. MirraJM,             Hirano       H and      Finerman        GAM                                                                                                      1207
    the Circulation            of the, after     Osteotomy        and Plate       Fixation       in Dogs.     Soren-                                Tumors,        Anterior        Cervical      Vertebral        Body     Resection     and   Bone-Grafting           for
    sen WG. Bloom               JD and Kelly        PJ                                                                                417              Benign       and Malignant.             A Survey       under     the Auspices       of the Cervical         Spine
Tibia,      Fractures         of the, through          the Proximal        Tibial      Epiphyseal        Cartilage.                                    Research        Society.       Fielding     JW. Pyle RN Jr. and Fietti              VG Jr                                                                                   251
    Shelton      WP and Canale                                                                                                         167
Tibia,      The     Influence        of Mechanical         Function      on the Development                and      Re-                                                                                                                   U
   modeling          of the.        An     Experimental         Study        in Sheep.         Lanyon      LF. and                                  Ulnar      Growth,     Distal                       Radial          Epiphyseal                 Displacement                        after           Impaired
    Bourn     S                                                                                                                        263             DIstal.   An Experimental                           Study         in Rabbits.              Peinado       A                                                                       88
Tibia,    Prosthetic         Replacement          of the Knee      and a Large         Segment       of the Femur
                                                                                                                                                    Ulnar-Nerve                Paralysis,          Correction   of                  the     Attritlonal               Boutonniere                     Deformity
   or. Sim FH and Chao                  EYS                                                                                            887                 High.            Rurkhalter            WE and Carneiro                         PS                                                                                       131
Tibial      Cyst      Caused        by Recurrent           Hemorrhage,             Neurofibromatosis          with.
                                                                                                                                                    United        States,        The Impact   of Musculoskeletal                                    Disorders               on     the       Population                    of
   A Case       Report.        Hooper       G and McMaster          MJ                                                                274              the.      Kelsey         JL. White   AA III. Pastides                              H and       Bisbee           GE        Jr                                               959
Tibial     Defect       from     Osteomyelitis,         Turn-Up       Osteoplasty          for. Tse D, Branick
    P. Beatie      J and King D                                                                                                        764                                                                                                V
Tibial    Epiphysis,          Fractures        of the Proximal       Tibial.      Burkhart       SS and Peterson
    HA                                                                                                                                996           Venous     Occlusion,       Deep,   as the Initial                            Presentation   of Osteogenic                                    Sarcoma                  of
Tibial       Plateau,       Cyst of the Lateral                 Meniscus         Causing        Erosion      of the. A Case           .                the Sacrum.        A Case    Report.   Levine                             AM and Chretien       P                                                                          775
    Report.        Enis     JE and Ghandur-Mnaymneh                            L                                                       441          Vertebra,   Primary                  Osteogenic        Ssrcoma      of the Second                                  Cervical.               Case         Report.
Tibia]       Plateau,        Fractures          of the. Treatment               by Closed          Reduction        and    Spica                       Mnaymneh      W,                Brown       M, Tejada       F and Morrison     G                                                                                           460
    Cast.      Drennan          DB. Locher            FG and Maylahn               DJ                                                 989           Vertebrae,             Unilateral             Facet        Dislocation                between          the Fifth   Lumbar                          and         First
Tibial       Shaft      Fractures,          Plate      Fixation       versus       Conservative           Treatment        of. A                       Sacral.          Case     Report.           Zoltan         JD. Gilula              LA and          Murphy     WA                                                           767
    Randomized              Trial.      van der Linden              W and Larsson              K                                       873          Vertebral            Anomalies,             Atlanto-Axial                 Subluxation                  in Children                   Due         to.    Dawson
Tibial       Tubercle,           Relief       of Patellofemoral               Contact         Stress     by Anterior          Die-                     EG and            Smith      L                                                                                                                                             582
    placement           of the.      Ferguson          AR Jr.. Brown             TB.     Eu FH and Putkowski                P ...      I 59         Vertebral            Body        Resection,               Anterior         Cervical,            and      Bone-Grafting                           for     Benign
Toe,      Supernumerary,                  Arising        from      the Medial           Cuneiform.          A Case      Report.                        and       Malignant              Tumors.                A Survey           under             the      Auspices      of                  the         Cervical
    Rao BR                                                                                                                             308             Spine        Research            Society.  FieldingJW.          Pyle                      RN Jr. and Fietti       VGJr                                                      251
Torticollis,          Osteomyelitis               of the        Rib    Presenting          as Painful.         Case     Report.
                                                                                                                                                    Vertebral         Excision            for Kyphosis       in Children                          with  Myelomenlngocele.                                        Lind-

    Steinberg         GG                                                                                                               614             seth      RE and Stelzer                   LJr                                                                                                                              699
Traction,          a Comparative                Study       of Dunlop’s,           versus       Percutaneous          Pinning.
                                                                                                                                                    Vertebral        Resections,                    A        Single-Stage                 Combined               Surgical                Approach                    for.
    Supracondylar               Fractures          of the Humerus.               Prietto     CA                                        425             FountainSS                                                                                                                                                                1011
Transplants          in    Athymic         Nude    Mice,         Induction         of New-Bone              Formation          in
                                                                                                                                                    Vice-Presidential                   Address                to The   American       Academy                            of      Orthopaedic                       Sur-
   the Host        Bed     by Human          Bone-Tumor.              Urist      MR. Grant           rr.    Lindholm         TS.                       geons,      First.          Guidelines                for Tomorrow.       Gartland      .J.J                                                                               467
   Mirra       JM. Hirano         H and Finerman           GAM                                                                       1207
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          W
Trapezium,           Replacement        of the,       for Arthritis        of the Bass!           Articulations.        A
   New Technique              with Stabilization          by Tenodesis.          Eaton      PG                                              76      Walking        with     Lesions     of the Foot,    Energy  Cost                                      of. Veicsteinas                    A,      Aghemo                 P.
Tuberculosis            of the Triceps        Muscle,       Isolated.     Case     Report.        Derkash        PS and                                Margaria          P. Cova     P and Pozzolini      M                                                                                                                      1073
   Makley        JT                                                                                                                   248           Wrist,      Bipartite        Median    Nerve     at the. Report                                       of a Case.               Crandall                 PC       and
Tuberculous           Osteomyelitis,        Isolated       Calcaneal.         A Case      Report.        Manzella     JP.                              HamelAL                                                                                                                                                                     311
   Vanvoris         LP and Hruska         JF                                                                                          946           Writing         for      The      Journal           of    Bone      and      Joint         Surgery.           Curtiss            PH        Jr                                  799
Tumor        of Bone,       Recurrent       Giant-Cell,         in a Thirteen-Year-Old                  Girl.    A Case
   Report.        Reckling      FW. Gurtler        RA and Mantz            FA                                                          281
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Tumor        of the Heel        Pad,   A Clomus.         A Case       Report.     Quigley         JT                                   443          X-Rays         in     Patients          Undergoing                Long-Term                 Treatment               for       Scoliosis,               Risks           of
Tumor        Transplants           in   Athymic        Nude       Mice,       Induction        of   New-Bone            Forms-                          Exposure             to.     Nash       CUr.,           Gregg         EC.     Brown           PH        and      Pillai          K                                         371




                                                                                                                                                                                                                THE         JOURNAL                  OF BONE                     AND           JOINT               SURGERY
         EIGHTH       PEDIATRIC        ORTHOPEDIC                INTERNATIONAL                 SEMINAR




                                      Under         the Direction        of
                               MIHRAN          0.     TACHDJIAN,              M.D.




                                               In Honor         Of
                               MR.     PETER        WILLIAMS,           F.R.C.S.
                                                        and
                            ALBERT           B. FERGUSON,              JR., M.D.




                                      GENERAL                 SESSION
                                May     24 through            May      31, 1980
                                              Limited         to 500


                                             WORKSHOP
         RECONSTRUCTIVE                HIP    SURGERY            BY PROF.            HEINZ     WAGNER
                           Admission          by Pre-Registration               0 nly
                                        Wednesday,             May     28
                                              Limited         to 150


                                  SPECIAL             SYMPOSIUM
SPORTS     INJURIES      AND      ARTHROSCOPY                   IN CHILDREN              AND    ADOLESCENTS
                      BY JOHN         B. McGINTY,             M.D.     AND      FACULTY
                           Admission          by Pre-Registration               Only
                           Sunday,       June 1 and Monday,                   June 2
                                              Limited         to 200




                                      THE    FAIRMONT                HOTEL
                               SAN     FRANCISCO,               CALIFORNIA
                                                                                                                       GENERAL    SESSION
                                                                                                                      GRAND    BALLROOM
                                                                                                                             FRIDAY,            MAY           23
                                REGISTRATION                                                                                                                         4:00-7:00           P.M.
                                Main Lobby
                                                                                                                            SATURDAY,              MAY         24
                                REGISTRATION                                                                                                                         7:00-8:00           AM.
                                Foyer-Grand                     Ballroom
                                WELCOME                                                                                                                              8:00      AM.
                                                                                                                                                                     Mihran           0. Tachdjian,           M.D.

                                                                                                                          FOOT AND                            LEG
            8:05         A.M.-12:45             P.M.
          MODERATOR:                                       Wood              Lovell,               M.D.
             8:05               Analysis             and        Biomechanics                            of      Normal           Gait.                               Roger        A. Mann,         M.D.
              8:15              Biomechanics                         of     the       Foot          and         Ankle.                                               Roger        A. Mann,         M.D.


                                                                                                                  CONGENITAL                   DEFORMITIES
                                Talipes            Equinovarus
                                (In Utero              Medioplantar                         Subluxation                     of
                                T-C-N           Joint).
             9:00               Introduction                                                                                                                         Mihran    0. Tachdjian,    M.D.
             9:10               Clinical           Assessment                        and      Anatomical                     Signs.                                  Mr. Anthony     Catterall,  F.R.C.S.
             9:25               Conservative                    Management.                                                                                          Wood LoveIl, M.D.
             9:40               Roentgenographic                               Assessment.                                                                           George    W. Simons, M.D.
             9:55               Surgical            Management.                                                                                                      Prof.  Dr. G. Imhauser
            10:25               COFFEE               BREAK
            10:40               Modern             Concepts                  of      Management.                                                                     Douglas            W. McKay,           M.D.
            11:00               Congenital                 Convex                 Pes Valgus
                                (In Utero              Dorsolateral                        Subluxation
                                of     T-C-N         Joint)                                                                                                          Mihran           0. Tachdjian,           M.D.
            11     :20          Congenital                 Metatarsus                      Varus
                                (In Utero              Medial              Subluxation                       of
                                Tarsometatarsal                            Joint).                                                                                   Wood            Lovell,    M.D.
            11:35               A Critical                Review             of the           Problems                   of Fetal
                                Dislocations          of                  T-C-N        and          Tarsometatarsal                      Joints.                     Wood            Lovell,    M.D.
            12:05               Tarsal     Coalition.                                                                                                                Wood            Lovell,    M.D.
            12:25               Panel                                                                                                                                Faculty
            12:45               LUNCH

                                                                                                                    STATIC               DEFORMITIES
            1:45-3:25  P.M.
            MODERATOR:                                          Roger             A. Mann,                   M.D.


                                                                                                                             PES PLANOVALGUS
                 1:45                Pathomechanics,                              Definition.                   Classification             and
                                     Conservative                     Management.                                                                                       Eugene           E. Bleck,        M.D.
                 2:10                Surgical             Treatment                    of          Symptomatic                     Flexible            Flat
                                     Foot.       A Critical                 Assessment                       of Various             Procedures.                        John          M. Roberts,          M.D.

                                                                                                                                 HALLUX            VALGUS
            2:40                     Adolescent                 Hallux               Valgus.                                                                            Roger          A. Mann,        M.D.


                                                                                                                                         THE SHOE
            2:55                     The      Child            and His Shoe.                                                                                            Lynn         T. Staheli,       M.D.
            3:10                      Panel                                                                                                                             Faculty


                                                                                                    PARALYTIC                    DEFORMITIES                    OF THE FOOT
             3:25-6:05           P.M.
            MODERATOR:                                          Robert               L. Samilson,                    M.D.
             3:25                    Pathogenesis                     and          Pathomechanics                           of Deformity.                               Paul P. Griffin, M.D.
             3:45                    Analysis             of    Paralytic                  Gait.                                                                        David H. Sutherland,                     M.D.
            4:10                     COFFEE            BREAK
            4:25                     Pitfalls        in Stabilizations                             of     the       Ankle        & Foot                                 George           W. Simons,           M.D.
             4:40                     Pes Cavus                and         Cavovarus.                                                                                   Mr. Anthony   Catterall,     F.R.C.S.
             5:05                     Pes Calcaneocavus.                                                                                                                Robert L. Samilson,      M.D.
             5:25                     Equinovarus:                         Poliomyelitis,                           Peroneal             Muscular
                                     Atrophy              and Freidrich’s                          Ataxia.                                                              Paul P. Griffin,             M.D.
             5:45                     Panel                                                                                                                             Faculty




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                                                                                                        FRACTU RES
6:05-7:00         P.M.
MODERATOR:                                    Mihran          0. Tachdjian,                   M.D.
6:05                Progressive                Valgus         Deformity                  Complicating
                   Minor         Fractures              of    the    Proximal               Metaphyseal
                    Region of the Tibia.                                                                                                   Robert           B. Salter,       M.D.
6:35               Obscure    Injuries   to                          the           Joints         in        Infants        and
                   Children.                                                                                                               Charles          Rockwood,              M.D.
7:00               Adjourn.

                                                                                                 GENERAL                  SESSION
                                                                                               GRAND                  BALLROOM
                                                                                                   SUNDAY,                 MAY        25

                                                       ANGULAR                            AND               TORSIONAL                    DEFORMITIES
                                                                                          OF THE LOWER                                LIMB
8:00-10:45         AM.
MODERATOR:                                    Eugene           E. Bleck,            M.D.
  8:00             Physiologic              Genu     Varum                and Valgum.                                                      Albert       B. Ferguson,      Jr., M.D.
  8:20             Torsional             Deformities       of            the Lower    Limbs.                                               Lynn       T. Staheli,    M.D.
  8:45             Tibia Vara.                                                                                                             Prof.      Anders        Langenski#{246}ld
  9:05             Posteromedial                   Angulation                 of the Tibia.                                                Robert           Hensinger,          M.D.
  9:20             Congenital                  Pseudarthrosis                  of Long Bones.                         Current
                   Concepts              of     Management.                                                                                Sherman            S. Coleman,              M.D.
  9:45             Electrical            Stimulation                 of Bone.              Its Role in Children.                           Hugh       G. Watts,            M.D.
10:00              COFFEE              BREAK
10:15              Panel                                                                                                                   Faculty




                    MAJOR                      CONGENITAL                                   MALFORMATIONS                                        OF THE               LOWER               LIMBS
10:45       A.M.-1:00          P.M.
MODERATOR:                                Richard   E. King, M.D.
10:45      Proximal                     Femoral   Focal Deficiency.                                                                        Mr.      Peter      Williams,           F.R.C.S.
11:15              Congenital                 Short         Femur:       Classification                      and   Natural
                   History.                                                                                                                Robert        E. Eilert,         M.D.
11:30              Coxa        Vara        Infantum.
                                                                                                                                           Prof.     Anders         Langenski#{246}ld
11 :50             Congenital                 Absence          and Hypoplasia                     of the Tibia and
                   Fibula.                                                                                                                 Mr. George              Lloyd-Roberts,              F.R.C.S.
1 2:05             Amputation                  for     Treatment              of    Congenital                Anomalies
                   of    the Lower              Limb.                                                                                      Robert        E. Eilert,         M.D.
12:20              Prosthetic             Management                     of        the      Juvenile           Amputee.
                   Lower         Limb.                                                                                                     Richard           E. King,       M.D.
12:45              Panel                                                                                                                   Faculty
  1:00             LUNCH



                                                                               LIMB              LENGTH                      INEQUALTY
2:00-6:10P.M.
MODERATOR:                                    Paul P. Griffin,                M.D.
  2:00             Longitudinal                 Bone         Growth.           Dynamics                 of     Physis.                     John      A. Ogden,             M.D.
  2:25             Assessment and Prediction                                   of Limb Length Inequality.                                  Paul      P. Griffin,         M.D.
  2:40             Limb Length Equalization.                                    Indications. Factors in
                   Choice         of      Various            Methods.                                                                      Sherman            S. Coleman,              M.D.
  3:10             Surgical            Treatment              of Partial             Closure           of     Physis.                      Prof.     Anders         Langenski#{246}ld
  3:35             COFFEE              BREAK
  3:50             Limb Lengthening.                          Pathophysiologic                         and
                   Biomechanical                      Considerations.                                                                      Clement            B. Sledge,           M.D.
  4:10             Limb   Lengthening.                    Indications.               Technique.                Problems,
                   Complications                      and     Results.                                                                     Prof.      Heinz        Wagner
  5:40             Panel                                                                                                                   Faculty
  6:10             Adjourn.




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                                                                                                                       GENERAL    SESSION
                                                                                                                      GRAND    BALLROOM
                                                                                                                        MONDAY,                 MAY           26
                                                                                  CONGENITAL                                  DISLOCATION                               OF THE HIP
                                                                                                                                  PART I
                         8:00-10:25         AM.
                         MODERATOR:                                 Albert          B. Ferguson,                 Jr., M.D.
                           8:00             Pathologic              Anatomy.                                                                                         John      A. Ogden,            M.D.
                           8:25             Etiology.            Pathogenesis.                  Possible           Prevention.                                       Robert       B. Salter,         M.D.
                           8:50             Early    Diagnosis.    Screening     and Treatment         in                                     Early
                                            Infancy.                                                                                                                 G. Dean MacEwen,      M.D.
                           9:10             Pitfalls    and Causes    of Failure    of Early   Treatment.                                                            Paul P. Griffin, M.D.
                           9:30             Complications                    of    Early       Treatment.                                                            Mr.      Anthony         Catterall,        F.R.C.S.
                           9:50             COFFEE        BREAK
                         10:05              Panel                                                                                                                    Faculty


                                                                                  CONGENITAL                                  DISLOCATION                               OF THE               HIP
                                                                                                                                 PART II
                         10:25       A.M.-1:15         P.M.
                         MODERATOR:                                 G. Dean               MacEwen,               M.D.
                         10:25              Treatment               After         Walking.                                                                           Sherman            S. Coleman,            M.D.

                                                                                                                             OPEN     REDUCTION
                         10:50              Medial         Approach.                                                                                                 Albert       B. Ferguson,              Jr., M.D.
                         11:15              Problems             and        Complications                   of    Medial          Approach.                          Lynn   T. Staheli,    M.D.
                         1 1 :30            Anteromedial                    Approach.                                                                                Mihran    0. Tachdjian,                   M.D.
                         11:55              Open        Reduction                 with       Femoral             Shortening.                                         R. Kirklin      Ashley,  M.D.
                         12:15              Late       Results         of    Open            Reduction.                                                              Prof.      Dr. G. Imhauser

                                                                                  CONGENITAL                                  DISLOCATION                               OF THE               HIP
                                                                                                                                 PART III
                         12:45              Fetal      or Atypical                 Dislocation.                                                                      Sherman            S. Coleman,            M.D.
                           1:00             Panel                                                                                                                    Faculty
                           1:15             LUNCH



                                                                                  CONGENITAL                                  DISLOCATION                               OF THE               HIP
                                                                                                                                 PART IV
                                                                                                                      PELVIC          OSTEOTOMIES

                         2:15-6:30        P.M.
                         MODERATOR:                                 Sherman                S. Coleman,               M.D.
                          2:1 5             Classification.                 Principles.             Pitfalls.        Complications.                                  Douglas           W. McKay,            M.D.
                           2:45             Salter’s          Innominate                 Osteotomy.                                                                  Robert       B. Salter,         M.D.
                           3:05             Pemberton’s                Innominate                   Osteotomy.                                                       Douglas           W.   McKay,          M.D.
                          3:25              Chiari’s   Pelvic Osteotomy.                                                                                             Prof.      Heinz       Wagner
                          3:45              Triple   Innominate    Osteotomy.                                                                                        Sherman            S. Coleman,           M.D.
                          4:05              COFFEE      BREAK
                          4:20              Double            Innominate                 Osteotomy.                                                                  David H. Sutherland,                    M.D.
                          4:40              Shelf      Operation.                                                                                                    G. Dean MacEwen,                      M.D.
                           5:00             Proximal           Femoral              Osteotomies.                                                                     Prof.     Heinz        Wagner
                           5:30             Wagner’s             Pelvic           Osteotomy.               Type I, II, and Ill.                                      Prof.     Heinz        Wagner
                          6:00              Panel                                                                                                                    Faculty
                          6:30              Adjourn.


                                                                                                   MONDAY,     MAY 26
                                                                                          PROBLEM    FRACTURES    IN CHILDREN
                                                                                                  ROUND    TABLE WITH
                                                                                          WINE AND CHEESE TASTING        FIESTA
                         7:30-10:30         P.M.
                         MODERATOR:                                 Charles              Rockwood,               M.D.
                         FACULTY:                                    Luciano               Dias,    M.D.                                              Douglas           W. McKay,            M.D.
                                                                     Robert              E. Eilert,    M.D.                                           John      A. Ogden,           M.D.
                                                                     Paul P. Griffin,  M.D.                                                           John M. Roberts,                  M.D.
                                                                     Richard  E. King,  M.D.                                                          Charles  Rockwood,                     M.D.
                                                                     Prof.        Anders          Langenski#{246}ld                                   Robert  B. Salter,                M.D.
                                                                     Mr.      George            Lloyd-Roberts,                  F.R.C.S.              Lynn      T. Staheli,         M.D.
                                                                     John          B. McGinty,               M.D.                                     Hugh         G. Watts,        M.D.



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                                                                                           GENERAL    SESSION
                                                                                          GRAND    BALLROOM
                                                                                            TUESDAY,                MAY        27
                                                         CONGENITAL                               DISLOCATION                           OF THE                  HIP
                                                                                                     PART V
                                                                                 PROBLEMS                -   COMPLICATIONS
8:00     A.M.-12:15           P.M.
MODERATOR:                                  John         Roberts,        M.D.


                                                                                                ASEPTIC          NECROSIS
  8:00            Circulation               of     the     Proximal           Femur.                                                  John        A. Ogden,              M.D.
  8:20            Patterns           of Aseptic              Necrosis.                                                                C. Dean             MacEwen,               M.D.
  8:40            Prevention.                                                                                                         Robert    B. Salter,   M.D.
  8:55            Prevention            -    Value          of Preliminary               Traction.                                    Prof.  Anders     Langenskidld
  9:05            Trochanteric                   Osteotomies.                 Distal       and       Lateral        Ad-
                  vancement             and Double                   lntertrochanteric              Osteotomy.                        Prof.       Heinz        Wagner
  9:20            Treatment.                                                                                                          Sherman              S. Coleman,              M.D.
  9:30            COFFEE             BREAK
  9:45            Panel                                                                                                               Faculty


                                                            FAILURE             OF DEVELOPMENT                          OF THE ACETABULUM
10:15             Reflections               on     the Growing                Hip with           CDH.                                 Mr.      Anthony           Catterall,             F.R.C.S.
1 0:35            The Role of Femoral                         Osteotomy                in the     Development
                  of the Acetabulum.                                                                                                  Mr.      George           Lloyd-Roberts,                 F.R.C.S.
10:55             Salvage        Surgery            -   The Role of Osteotomies,                         Shelf      Pro-
                  cedures            and Arthroplasties.                                                                              Mr.      Peter       Williams,             F.R.C.S.
11:25             SPECIAL             LECTURE:                CDH        -   The State of the Art.                                    G.      Dean        MacEwen,               M.D.
12:00             LUNCH


                                                                                       THE         HIP AND                  KNEE
                                                                         SLIPPED           CAPITAL             FEMORAL               EPIPHYSIS
1:30-4:20 P.M.
MODERATOR:                                  Henry          H. Banks,          M.D.
  1:30            Etiology.           Pathology.                                                                                      John        A. Ogden,              M.D.
  1:50            Clinical           and Roentgenographic                              Features.                                      John M. Roberts,                     M.D.
  2:05            Surgical    Treatment.                                                                                              Prof.       Dr. G. lmhauser
  2:40            Acute    Slip.                                                                                                      Paul        P. Griffin, M.D.
  3:00            Cartilage           Necrosis.                                                                                       Clement             B. Sledge,             M.D.
  3:20            Osseous            Necrosis.                                                                                        Henry          H.    Banks,         M.D.
  3:35            COFFEE             BREAK
  3:50            A Critical           Review.                                                                                        Paul        P. Griffin,          M.D.
  4:05            Panel                                                                                                               Faculty


                                                                       THE      KNEE AND                PATELLOFEMORAL                         JOINT
4:20-7:00       P.M.
MODERATOR:                                  John         B. McGinty,            M.D.
 4:20             Classification.                  Various           Methods           of Treatment.                                  Mr.      Peter       Williams,             F.R.C.S.
 4:45             Realignment                    of Quadriceps                Mechanism.                Green
                  Procedure.                                                                                                          Henry          H. Banks,            M.D.
  5:05            Galeazzi-Dewar                        Operation.                                                                    Norris         C. Carroll,          M.D.
  5:25            Chondromalacia                        of the       Patella.      Etiology,          Pathology.
                  Treatment.                                                                                                          Clement   B. Sledge,                       M.D.
  5:50            Treatment:                Recent          Advances.                                                                 Albert B. Ferguson,                        Jr., M.D.
 6:15             Release          of Lateral  Patellar Retinaculum    and Con-
                  tracted       Iliotibial Band with the Operative Arthroscope.                                                       John    B. McGinty,                  M.D.
 6:35             Panel                                                                                                               Faculty
  7:00            Adjourn.




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                                                                                                               GENERAL    SESSION
                                                                                                              GRAND    BALLROOM
                                                                                                             WEDNESDAY,                       MAY        28

                                                                                                    LEGG-PERTHES                                  DISEASE
          7:30        A.M.-12:15           P.M.
          MODERATOR:                                    C. Dean                MacEwen,                   M.D.
             7:30              Etiology-Pathology.                                                                                                        Mr. Anthony Catterall,                               F.R.C.S.
             7:50              Pathomechanics                          of Deformity.                                                                      John M. Roberts, M.D.
             8:05              Natural            History         and          Long-Term                  Prognosis.                                      Mr. Anthony  Catterall,                              F.R.C.S.
             8:35              E/L      Index       -   Value           in Prognosis.                                                                     Paul         P. Griffin,         M.D.
             8:45              Prognostic               Significance                    of the
                               Subchondral                 Fracture.                                                                                      Robert            B. Salter,           M.D.
             9:00              Bone         Imaging.                                                                                                      Mihran             0.     Tachdjian,            M.D.
             9:15              Orthotic             Management.                           Indications.                 Selection             of
                               Patients.                                                                                                                  John         M.     Roberts,           M.D.
             9:35              COFFEE              BREAK
            9:50               Surgical           Treatment.      Femoral                          Osteotomy.                                             Mr.       George            Lloyd-Roberts,                 F.R.C.S.
          10:05                Innominate              Osteotomy:      The                         Scientific           Basis.                            Robert            B. Salter,           M.D.
          10:20                Cheilectomy.                                                                                                               Douglas     W. McKay,                         M.D.
          10:35                Perthes          Disease            -    Late        Results          of     Treatment.                                    Prof.   Dr. G. Imhauser
          11:00                SPECIAL              LECTURE:                    A       Critical           Assessment              of   the
                               Problem             of    Perthes            Disease.                                                                      Douglas              W. McKay,                 M.D.

                                                                                     OSTEOCHONDRITIS                                                 DISSECANS
          11:25                Pathology.               Clinical            Features.               Conservative
                               Management.                                                                                                                Henry             H. Banks,            M.D.
          11 :45               Surgical           Treatment                 Through                the     Operative
                               Arthroscope.                                                                                                               John   B. McGinty,                      M.D.
          1 2:05               Special      Lecture:                   Intra-Articular                    Fractures.                                      Robert    B. Salter,                   M.D.
          12:35                Panel                                                                                                                      Faculty
             1:00              LUNCH



                         FREE AFTERNOON                                FOR GENERAL                         SESSION           REGISTRANTS                      -   ENJOY           SAN FRANCISCO!
                                                                            DON’T              FORGET             THE       EVENING                 SESSION.



                                                                                                                   WORKSHOP
                                                                                                                 TERRACE  ROOM
                                                                                        ADMISSION                      BY PRE-REGISTRATION                            ONLY

          1:30-5:30          P.M.
                               Reconstructive                     Hip        Surgery
                               Hip      Joint       Resurfacing
                               Pelvic        Osteotomies
                               Osteotomies                  of    the        Proximal               Femur.                                                Prof.        Heinz         Wagner


                                                            COMPLICATED                                          PROBLEMS                          IN SURGERY
                                                OF THE HIP IN CHILDREN                                                             AND ADOLESCENTS.
                                                                               ROUND                        TABLE             DISCUSSION
          7:00-9:00          P.M.
          MODERATOR:                                    Robert             B. Salter,              M.D.
          Faculty:             Sherman             S. Coleman,                    M.D.                                                                    G. Dean              MacEwen,                 M.D.
                               Albert        B. Ferguson,                   Jr., M.D.                                                                     Robert            B. Salter,           M.D.
                               Paul       P. Giffin,             M.D.                                                                                     Clement                 B. Sledge,        M.D.
                               Prof. Dr. G. lmhauser                                                                                                      Prof.        Heinz         Wagner
                               Mr. Geore   Lloyd-Roberts,                                   F.R.C.S.                                                      Mr.       Peter         Williams,             F.R.C.S.
                               Douglas            W. McKay,                    M.D.




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                                                                                        GENERAL    SESSION
                                                                                       GRAND    BALLROOM
                                                                                         THURSDAY,                MAY      29
                                                                                                    JOINTS
8:00-10:20        AM.
MODERATOR:                               Hugh       G. Watts,             M.D.


                                                                                    INTRODUCTION-BASICS
  8:00            Normal           and         Abnormal                  Responses             of   Cartilage.
                  Pathophysiology                   of        Joints.                                                            Clement                B. Sledge,          M.D.


                                                                          JUVENILE           RHEUMATOID                  ARTHRITIS
  8:40            Etiology.        Pathology.                 Clinical      and     Roentgenographic
                  Features.           Principles              of Management.                                                     Hugh            G. Watts,           M.D.
  9:05            Orthopedic              Treatment.                                                                             Clement                B. Sledge,              M.D.
  9:30            Septic       Arthritis.                                                                                        Paul           P. Griffin,         M.D.
  9:50            COFFEE          BREAK
10:05             Panel                                                                                                          Faculty


                                                                                                    BONES
10:20       A.M.-12:30         P.M.
MODERATOR:                               Henry           H.     Banks,     M.D.


                                                                                            OSTEOMYELITIS
10:20             Pathology            and Clinico-pathologic                          Correlation.                              John           A. Ogden,            M.D.
10:40             Treatment.                                                                                                     Mr.       Peter        Williams,               F.R.C.S.
11:00             Sequelae          of Osteomyelitis                      in Children.                                           Prof.          Anders         Langenskiold

                                                           DEVELOPMENTAL                         AFFECTIONS             OF THE             SKELETON
11:15             Osteogenesis                Imperfecta.                                                                        Mr.       PeterWilliams,                       F.R.C.S.
11 :45            Surgical        Management                     of Deformities            of the     Limbs       in
                  Systemic          Skeletal             Disorders.                                                              Prof.          Heinz         Wagner
12:15             Panel                                                                                                          Faculty
12:30             LUNCH



                                                              BONE        TUMORS            AND       TUMOROUS                   CONDITIONS
1:30-3:30       P.M.
MODERATOR:                              George            W. Simons,              M.D.
  1:30            Benign        Bone        Tumors.                                                                              Douglas             W.       McKay,             M.D.
  2:00            Malignant            Bone        Tumors.                                                                       Hugh           G. Watts,           M.D.
  3:00            COFFEE          BREAK
  3:15            Panel                                                                                                          Faculty



                                                                         NEUROMUSCULAR                                    SYSTEM
                                                                                      MYELOMENINGOCELE
3:30-7:00       P.M.
MODERATOR:                              Eugene            F. Bleck,        M.D.
 3:30            Myelomeningocele:                            Update       1980.                                                 Norris          C. Carroll,             M.D.


                                                                                   MUSCULAR             DYSTROPHIES
 4:15            Treatment:             Orthotic              Devices       and       Surgery.                                   David           H. Sutherland,                   M.D.


                                                                  ARTHROGRYPOSIS                      MULTIPLEX             CONGENITA
 4:45            Introduction.             Treatment.                                                                            Mr. Peter Williams,                        F.R.C.S.
 5:15            Restoration             of Elbow Flexion.                                                                       Loren Larsen, M.D.

                                                   MANAGEMENT                       OF SEVERELY               HANDICAPPED                         CHILDREN
 5:35            Advances             in Bioengineering.                                                                         Eugene            E. Bleck,             M.D.
 6:00            Orthotic         Devices.           Ambulatory               Aids.                                              Norris          C. Carroll,             M.D.
 6:30            Panel                                                                                                           Faculty
 7:00            Adjourn.




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                                                                                                                         GRAND              BALLROOM
                                                                                                                               FRIDAY,              MAY     30
                                                                                                        NEUROMUSCULAR                                            SYSTEM
                                                                                                                               CEREBRAL               PALSY
                           8:00-10:05           AM.
                           MODERATOR:                                    Robert          L. Samilson,              M.D.
                            8:00                Introduction.                 Pathogenesis                   of     Deformity.               Assess-
                                                ment.         Goals.                                                                                                    Eugene E. Bleck, M.D.
                             8:25               Crouch          Gait        in Spastic          Paraplegia.                                                             David H. Sutherland,   M.D.
                             8:50               Physiotherapeutic                        Methods            of    Management.                                           Eugene  E. Bleck, M.D.
                            9:10                Aids     to     Planning           Surgery           in the        Lower         Limb       by Gait
                                                Analysis.                                                                                                               Mark      M.     Hoffer,      M.D.
                            9:35                COFFEE             BREAK
                            9:50                Panel                                                                                                                   Faculty


                                                                                                        CEREBRAL                 PALSY          -   THE     LOWER           LIMB
                           10:05       A.M.-12:30              P.M.
                           MODERATOR:                                    Henry          H. Banks,           M.D.
                           10:05                Flexion-Adduction                        and       Medial          Rotation             Deformity
                                                of the Hip.                                                                                                             Eugene         E. Bleck, M.D.
                           10:25                Muscle           Tendon           Transfers the Hip.  About                                                             Mihran         0. Tachdjian,  M.D.
                           10:45                Femoral      Anteversion     and Role of Femoral     Osteotomy.                                                         Robert         E. Eilert,     M.D.
                           11:00                One      Stage    Reconstruction      of the Subluxated         or
                                                Dislocated       Hip in the Older    Child.                                                                             David      H. Sutherland,              M.D.
                           1 1 :30              The      Foot         and    Ankle.                                                                                     Mihran      0. Tachdjian,              M.D.
                           11:55                The      Knee.                                                                                                          Robert      L. Samilson,             M.D.
                           12:05                Panel                                                                                                                   Faculty
                           1 2:30               LUNCH


                                                                                                         CEREBRAL                   PALSY       -   THE     UPPER          LIMB
                           1:30-6:00        P.M.
                           MODERATOR:                                    Eugene           E. Bleck,          M.D.
                            1:30                Assessment.                 Principles          of    Management.                                                       Robert         L. Samilson,          M.D.
                            1 :45               Aids     to     Planning           of     Surgery           by    EMG          Phasic      Testing.                     Mark      M.     Hoffer,      M.D.
                             2:05               Flexor         Carpi        Ulnaris        Transfer.                                                                    Henry      H.     Banks,      M.D.
                             2:20               Wrist         Fusion.                                                                                                   Eugene          E. Bleck,      M.D.
                             2:30               Flexion Deformity    of the Elbow.                                                                                      Henry      H.    Banks, M.D.
                             2:45               The Thumb    & Fingers.                                                                                                 Mihran         0. Tachdjian, M.D.
                             3:15               COFFEE   BREAK

                                                                                                                         CEREBRAL               PALSY       (cont.)
                             3:30               The      Spine.                                                                                                         Robert         B. Winter,       M.D.
                             3:45               Functional               Training.                                                                                      Eugene          E. Bleck,      M.D.
                             4:15               Pitfalls,         Complications.                                                                                        Robert         L. Samilson,          M.D.
                             4:35               SPECIAL             LECTURE:               Principles              and     Problems             in the
                                                Management                   of   the      Cerebral              Palsy     Child.                                       Henry      H. Banks,          M.D.
                             5:05               Panel                                                                                                                   Faculty
                             6:00               Adjourn.




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                                                                                                 GENERAL    SESSION
                                                                                                GRAND    BALLROOM
                                                                                                SATURDAY,                          MAY    31
                                                                                     THE NECK                         -    UPPER               LIMB
7:30-9:40        AM.
MODERATOR:                                 Paul        P. Griffin,              M.D.
 7:30              Torticollis            and     Klippel-Feil                   Syndrome.                                                      Robert Hensinger,      M.D.
 8:00              Congenital              High        Scapula             (Sprengel’s               Deformity).                                Paul P. Griffin,  M.D.
 8:15              Brachial             Plexus     Paralysis.                                                                                   Mark M. Hoffer,     M.D.
 8:40              Advances               in Surgery            of      the       Hand        in the         Child.                             Ann Nachemson,       M.D.
 9:10              Panel                                                                                                                        Faculty
 9:25              COFFEE               BREAK


                                                                                                        THE SPINE
                                                                                                       BASIC              SCIENCE
9:40      A.M.-12:30             P.M.
MODERATOR:                                  R. Kirklin               Ashley,         M.D.
 9:40      Embryology,                        Anatomy,                  Growth.                                                                 Robert        B. Winter,       M.D.
 9:55              Biomechanics.                                                                                                                AIf    S. Nachemson,            M.D.
1 0:1 0            Classification,                Terminology.                      Evaluation               of    the
                   Spine.                                                                                                                       R. Kirklin       Ashley,       M.D.

                                                                                              IDIOPATHIC                     SCOLIOSIS
10:25              The      Natural          History            of      Idiopathic              Scoliosis.                                      AIf    S. Nachemson,            M.D.
10:45              School           Screening             for         Scoliosis          and        Non-Operative
                   Treatment.                                                                                                                   G. Dean MacEwen,                 M.D.
11:15              Operative              Treatment.                                                                                            Robert B. Winter,              M.D.
1 1 :45            Decision-Making                      in Difficult                 Cases.                                                     G. Dean MacEwen,                 M.D.
12:00              Panel                                                                                                                        Faculty
12:30              LUNCH
                                                                                                             SCOLIOSIS
1:30-3:30 P.M.
MODERATOR:                                 Robert          B. Winter,                M.D.
 1:30              Congenital              Scoliosis.                                                                                           G. Dean MacEwen,                 M.D.
 2:00              Neuromuscular                   Scoliosis.                                                                                   AIf S. Nachemson,               M.D.
 2:30              Scoliosis            In Developmental                          Affections.                                                   G. Dean McEwen,                 M.D.
 2:45              Scoliosis            in Neurofibromatosis.                                                                                   Robert       B. Winter,        M.D.
 3:00              Panel                                                                                                                        Faculty
 3:15              COFFEE               BREAK


                                                                                                                 KYPHOSIS
MODERATOR:                                  C. Dean MacEwen,                             M.D.
 3:30      General                      Principles of Kyphosis,                          Classification.                                        AIf S. Nachemson,               M.D.
 3:45              Scheuermann’s                   Disease               and       Congenital                Kyphosis.                          Robert B. Winter,              M.D.

                                                                                              SPINE          -    NON         SCOLIOSIS
 4:20              Disc       Ruptures    in Children                          and Adolescents.                                                 AIf S. Nachemson,               M.D.
 4:35              Disc       Space    and Vertebral                           Infections.                                                      Mihran        0. Tachdjian,            M.D.
 4:55              Spinal         Cord      and     Spinal              Bone         Tumors.                                                    R. Kirklin       Ashley,       M.D.
 5:10              Spondylolisthesis.                                                                                                           Robert       B. Winter,        M.D.
 5:40              Panel                                                                                                                        Faculty
 6.00              Adjourn.




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                                                                                                                  SUNDAY,               JUNE       1
                                                                                                    SPECIAL      SYMPOSIUM
                                        SPORTS                    INJURIES               AND    ARTHROSCOPY            IN CHILDREN      AND                                             ADOLESCENTS
                                                                                          (Admission      by Pie-Registration     Only)
                                                                                                         Limited    to 200

            8:00 A.M.-12:00                    NOON
            MODERATOR:                                        John          B. McGinty,             M.D.
              8:00                  What       is Sports               Medicine?                                                                            John      B. McGinty,          M.D.
              8:20                  Injuries         of the Shoulder.                                                                                       Frederick    L. Behling,    M.D.
              8:40                  Injuries         of the Elbow.                                                                                          James M. Glick,       M.D.
              9:00                  Injuries         of     the       Hand.                                                                                 Blair C. Filler, M.D.
               9:20                 Sports-Related                     Fractures           in the Child.                                                    Robert    L. Larson,   M.D.
               9:40                 Discussion.                                                                                                             Faculty
            10:00                   COFFEE                BREAK
            10:20                   Injuries         of the Spine.                                                                                          Douglas         W. Jackson,           M.D.
            10:40                   Injuries         of     the       Hip.                                                                                 Mihran 0. Tachdjian,   M.D.
            11:00                   Injuries         of the Ankle.                                                                                         H. Royer Collins, M.D.
            11:20                   Epiphyseal                Injuries           in Athletes.                                                               Robert        E. Eilert,     M.D.
            11:40                   Discussion                                                                                                              Faculty
            12:00                   LUNCH
            1:00-2:00             Seminar           I, II,     Ill
            2:00-3:00             Seminar           I, II, Ill
            3:00-3:30             COFFEE             BREAK
            3:30-4:30             Seminar            I, II, Ill
            Seminar           I                -    Case    Studies
                                                    Upper            Limb
            Seminar           II               -    Case          Studies
                                                    Lower            Limb
            Seminar           Ill              -    Case Studies
                                                    Spine



                                                                                                                 MONDAY,                  JUNE         2
                                                                                                    SPECIAL    SYMPOSIUM
                                         SPORTS                   INJURIES               AND    ARTHROSCOPY            IN CHILDREN       AND                                            ADOLESCENTS
                                                                                          (Admission      by Pre-Registration      Only)

            8:00        A.M.-12:00             NOON.
            MODERATOR:                                        Robert            E. Eilert,         M.D.
               8:00                 Vulnerability                    of the      Knee        in the       Adolescent           Athlete.                     Robert L. Larson, M.D.
               8:20                 Diagnostic                Studies in the Injured                       Knee-Arthroscopy.                                James M. Glick,   M.D.
               8:40                 Diagnostic                Arthroscopy    - Update                       1980.                                           John B. McGinty,   M.D.
               9:00                 Acute          Hemathrosis-Diagnostic                             Approach.                                             Kenneth  E. DeHaven,    M.D.
               9:20                 Discussion.                                                                                                             Faculty
               9:40                 COFFEE                 BREAK
            10:00                   Acute          Injuries           Medial         Side of the Knee.                                                      Robert L. Larson, M.D.
            10:20                   Acute          Injuries           Lateral        Side of the Knee.                                                      H. Royer Collins,   M.D.
            10:40                   Osteochondritis                         Dissecans.                                                                      Robert  E. Eilert, M.D.
            11:00                   Patellofemoral                      Problems             in the Adolescent                   with
                                    Emphasis      on                 Running         Injuries         in the      Adolescent.                               Blair C. Filler,       M.D.
            11:20                   Meniscectomy.                                                                                                           Kenneth          E. DeHaven,           M.D.
            11:40                   Discussion.                                                                                                             Faculty
            12:00                   LUNCH
            1:00-2:00              Seminar           I
            2:00-3:00             Seminar            II
            3:00-3:30             COFFEE             BREAK
            3:30-4:30             Seminar            III
                                                                                          Arthroscopy               Laboratory                              Robert         E. Eilert,    M.D.
                                                                                          Arthrography.                                                     James        M. Glick,   M.D.
              III                                                                         Operative             Arthroscopy.                                Robert       W. Metcalf,      M.D.




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R. Kirklin Ashley,   M.D.,                           Clinical    Professor  of Orthopedic        Surgery,                     University            of California,              San Francisco;               First Assist-
   ant Surgeon,    Shriner’s                           Hospital,     San Francisco,   California.
Henry   H. Banks, M.D., Professor                                  and Chairman             of Orthopedic            Surgery,          Tufts University               School    of Medicine;    Associate
   Dean    for Hospital       Affairs,                            Tufts University             School     of        Medicine;            Orthopedic                Surgeon-in-Chief,         New England
   Medical    Center    Hospitals.
Frederick            1. Behling,     M.D.,                Clinical       Assistant      Professor,           Stanford       Medical         Center,          AttendingOrthopedic                         Surgeon,        Palo
   Alto,          Stanford       Medical                  Center,       Palo Alto,      California.
Eugene    E. Bleck,  M.D., Professor   of Orthopedic        Surgery,                                           Stanford       University;            Chief        of Orthopedic                 Rehabilitation            Ser-
   vices, Children’s    Hospital   at Stanford,   California.
Norris  C. Carroll,  M.D.,                          Hons. B.Sc., F.R.C.S.(C),                Chief, Spina Bifida                Orthotic            Cinic, Ontario                Crippled      Children    Centre,
   Staff Orthopaedic                               Surgeon,  The Hospital                   for Sick Children,                 Lecturer            in Orthopaedics,                   University       of Toronto,
      Canada.
Mr.     Anthony   Catterall,                       M.D., Chir., F.R.C.S.,    Consultant                       Orthopaedic             Surgeon,           Royal         National         Orthopaedic               Hospital
      and Charing    Cross                        Hospital,  London,    England.
Sherman     S. Coleman,                      M.D., Professor    of Orthopedic                         Surgery,          The University   of Utah,                  Salt Lake           City,     Utah,      Chief      of Or-
   thopedic     Service,                     Shriner’s Hospital    for Crippled                        Children,          Salt Lake City, Utah.
H. Royer               Collins,      M.D.,           Director       of National      Athletic      Health               Institute,    Department                  of Orthopaedics,                  Centinela           Corn-
      munity            Hospital       and           Daniel       Freeman      Hospital,      Inglewood,                  California.
Kenneth               E. DeHaven,                 M.D.,      Assistant       Professor        of Orthopaedics;                 Head,        Section           of Athletic            Medicine,            University           of
      Rochester               School        of       Medicine,           Rochester,        New       York.
Robert            E. Eilert,       M.D.,          Chairman,            Department           of Orthopedics,                The Children’s               Hospital,            Denver,           Colorado;          Assistant
      Clinical           Professor           of      Orthopedic            Surgery,       University           of Colorado            Medical           Center.
Albert           B. Ferguson,           Jr., M.D., Silver                Professor    and Chairman,      Department    of Orthopedics      Surgery,   University                                                    of Pitts-
      burgh;           Past      President,    American                  Board     of Orthopedic    Surgery    and American     Orthopedic     Association.
Blair C. Filler,     M.D.,   Associate      Clinical      Professor,      University     of Southern      California       Medical    School,   Los Angeles,
    California;    Attending     Physician,       Los Angeles        Children’s      Hospital,   Associate       Attending      Surgeon,    Los Angeles,   Or-
    thopedic     Hospital,   Los Angeles,        California.
James            M.     Glick,      M.D.,          Assistant          Clinical    Professor,       University      of California,  San Francisco,     California,    Attending
      Surgeon,            Children’s              Hospital,          San Francisco,      California.       Associate   Chief of Orthopedic     Surgery,     Mt. Zion Hospital,
      San        Francisco,            California.
Paul        P.    Griffin,       MD.,             Professor           of Orthopedic          Surgery           and Chairman                of     the     Department                 of Orthopedic                  Surgery,
      Vanderbilt              University             School          of Medicine,         Nashville,           Tennessee.
Robert    Hensinger,                    M.D.,          Associate          Professor,        Department              of Surgery,          section          of Orthopedic                 Surgery,          University           of
   Michigan,     Ann                   Arbor,          Michigan.
Mark M. Hoffer,    M.D.,                           Assistant     Professor     of Orthopedic                    Surgery,        University            of Southern    California;    Chief,    Cerebral
   Palsy and Children’s                             Reconstructive         Service,   Medical                   Director,       Rancho             Los Amigos     Hospial,     Downey,     California.
Prof.       Dr.        G. lmhauser,                Professor          of Orthopaedic              Surgery,       Director        of Dortmund                 Clinic,         KoIn,     Germany.
Douglas    Jackson,   M.D.,                          Assistant   Clinical          Professor,   Department       of Surgery, University       of California                                          at Irvine;        Direc-
   tor, Sports   Medicine                            Clinic,   Memorial           Hospital    Medical    Center,    Long Beach,   California.
Richard      E. King,              M.D., Clinical                 Associate     Professor            of Orthopedic            Surgery           of Emory          and Tulane              Universities;             Director
      of Orthopedic                 Education,                  Georgia     Baptist   and           Scottish   Rite         Hospitals,           Atlanta,         Georgia.
Prof.       Anders            Langenskiold,                 Professor        of Orthopedics              and     Traumatology,                  University         of Helsinki;            Head          of the      Depart-
      ment            of Orthopedics                  and     Tramatology,             Helsinki        University         Central        Hospital,           Helsinki,          Finland.
Loren    Larsen,    M.D.,                    Chief  Surgeon,               Shriner’s   Hospital,      San Francisco,                      California;             Clinical           Professor        of Orthopedic
   Surgery,     University                    of California,               San Francisco,      California.
Robert    1. Larson,     M.D.,    Director,                            Athletic        Medicine,     University     of Oregon,                       Senior        Clinical          Instructor,          Orthopaedic
   Surgery,   University       of Oregon                              Medical         School,    Eugene,    Oregon.
Mr.    George             Lloyd-Roberts,      M.D.,                  F.R.C.S., M. Chir., (Cantab),    Orthopedic                           Surgeon-in-Chief,       Hospital     for Sick Children;
      Honorary             Consultant     Surgeon,                    St. George’s   Hospital,  London,    England,                         Author:    “Orthopedic       Surgery    in Infancy   and
      Childhood”;              Co-Author,     “The                   Child’s   Hip.”




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                          Wood          Lovell,     M.D.,     Medical            Director,       Scottish            Rite     Hospital,          Atlanta,          Georgia.
                          Douglas          W. Mckay,           M.D.,     Professor     of Orthopedic      Surgery,    George   Washington      University                                                     School        of Medicine;
                                Surgeon-in-Chief,             Children’s      Hospital    National   Medical    Center,   Washington,     D.C.
                          John B. McGinty,    M.D.,                    Chief of Orthopedic     Surgery,                          Newton    Wellesley                    Hospital,       Newton,      Massachusetts;                  Clinical
                             Professor of Orthopedic                       Surgery, Tufts University                           School   of Medicine,                     Boston,       Massachusetts.
                          G. Dean MacEwen,                    M.D.,   Medical     Director,      Alfred                        I, duPont           Institute          of the        Nernours  Foundation,                   Wilimington,
                                Delaware,            Professor      of Orthopedic           Surgery,                         Jefferson            Medical            College         of Thomas      Jefferson                   University,
                                Philadelphia,           Pennsylvania
                          Roger      A. Mann,     M.D.,               Associate     Clinical      Professor,      Department                               of Orthopedic               Surgery,    University        of California
                                School  of Medicine,                 San Francisco,       California;      Chief,   Division                            of Foot Surgery,              Samuel    Merritt    Hospital,     Oakland,
                                California.
                          Robert        W. Metcalf,   M.D.,                 Assistant        Clinical        Professor,              Orthopedic             Surgery,        University           of Utah      College       of Medicine,
                             Salt       Lake City, Utah
                          AIf S. Nachemson,                 M.D.,          Professor       and Chairman                of Orthopedic                   Surgery,        University         of Goteborg,           Goteborg,           Sweden.
                          Ann      Nachemson,             M.D.,       Hand        Surgeci,          University              of Goteborg,               Goteborg,          Sweden.
                          John A. Ogden,               M.D., Associate   Professor                        of Orthopedic     Surgery,   Yale University, School                                         of Medicine,          New Haven,
                             Connecticut,              Director of Human     Growth                         and Development       Study Unit, Yale University,                                         New Haven,           Connecticut.
                          John M. Roberts,      M.D.,     Medical     Director    and Chief Surgeon,   Children’s                                                      Hospital,          New Orleans,    Louisiana;  Clinical
                             Associate   Professor,      Tulane     University    Medical   School,  New Orleans,                                                       Louisiana           and Louisiana    State University
                             Medical   School,     Baton     Rouge,    Louisiana.
                          Charles    Rockwood,      M.D.,     Professor                        and       Chairman,                 Division       of     Orthopedics,               University         of    Texas       Health      Science
                             Center,   San Antonio,       Texas
                          Robert    B. Salter, M.D.,     MS.                     (Tor.), F.R.C.S.(C),  hon F.R.C.S.                             (Glasg.),  Professor and Head of Surgery,                                   University          of
                             Toronto,   Surgeon-in-Chief                         Emeritus   and Senior   Orthopedic                               Surgeon,   The Hospital for Sick Children.
                          Robert 1. Samilson,      M.D., Clinical      Professor     of Orthopedic      Surgery,    University      of California    Medical     School;   Attend-
                             ing Orthopedic      Surgeon,   Children’s      Hospital    and Presbyterian         Hospital,     San Francisco,     Chief Orthopedic       Surgeon,
                             Sonoma     State Hospital      Past President,        American       Academy      of Cerebral        Palsy. Author:     “Orthopedic       Aspects     of
                             Cerebral    Palsy.”
                          George    W. Simons, M.D., Head,                              Department      of Orthopedics,                         Milwaukee               Children’s         Hospital,         Associate        Professor         of
                             Orthopedic    Surgery, University                            of Wisconsin,     Milwaukee,                          Wisconsin.
                          Clement    B. Sledge, M.D., Professor of Orthopedic                                           Surgery,              Harvard    Medical            School;         Surgeon-in-Chief,               Robert   Breck
                             Brigham    and Peter Bent Brigham     Hospitals;                                         Consultant               in Orthopedic               Surgery,         New England               Baptist    Hospital,
                             Boston,   Massachusetts
                          Lynn T. Staheli,            M.D., Director   of Orthopaedics,                          Children’s     Orthopaedic                         Hospital         and Medical            Center      and Professor           of
                             Orthopaedics,              University   of Washington,                          Seattle,    Washington.
                          David H. Sutherland, M.D., Associate   Professor,                                          Division          of Orthopedics       and Rehabilitation,                        University          of California,
                            San Diego; Chief of Orthopedics    and Director                                           of Gait          Analysis   Laboratory,    Children’s                       Hospital    and         Health    Center,
                                San Diego,          California.
                          Mihran   0. Tachdjian,    M.D., Professor    of Orthopedic       Surgery,    Northwestern                                                      University         Medical         School,       Head,      Division
                             of Orthopedics,     The Children’s     Memorial     Hospital,    Chicago,      Illinois.
                          Hugh G. Watts, M.D., Chief, Department     of Orthopedic       Surgery, Children’s                                                              Hospital         of Philadelphia,              Professor       of Or-
                             thopedic Surgery, University of Pennsylvania,     Philadelphia,      Pennsylvania.
                          Prof.     Heinz         Wagner,         Associate            Professor,         University           of Erlangen-Nurnberg,                          Germany;           Assistant       Professor         of Ortho-
                                pedic     Surgery,        University            of Munster;             Surgeon-in-Chief                  of the Orthopedic                    Hospital       Altdorf,        Nurnberg,           Germany.
                          Mr.     Peter Williams,     F.R.C.S.,   Chief Orthopedic          Surgeon,       Royal Children’s       Hospital;    Chairman,       Board of Orthopedic
                                Surgery,   Royal    Australasian       College      of Surgeons;         Senior    Associate,      Department        of Pediatrics,      University    of
                                Melbourne,     Past President,     Australian      Orthopedic        Association;       Fellow   of the British     Orthopedic      Association;     Cor-
                                responding    Member,       American       Orthopedic       Association;        Honorary       Member,      American      Academy      of Orthopedic
                                Surgeons.
                          Robert     B. Winter,     M.D.,    Professor   of Orthopedic                                  Surgery,              University   of Minnesota;     Director     of Medical    Education,
                             Gilette    Children’s     Hospital,    St. Paul, Minnesota;                                  Director              of Orthopedic     Education,     Fairview-St.    Mary’s   Hospital,
                             Minneapolis,        Minnesota.




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Clip      and   Mail Directly    to: The Fairmont Hotel                                                                               Eighth Pediatric Orthopedic International Seminar
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                                      San Francisco, California                  94106
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                                                                                                                                  DESCRIPTION     Each tablet of PERCOCET’-5 contains
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           BRITISH                                                                                                               INDICATIONS For the relief of moderate
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           ORTHOPAEDIC                                                                                                            CONTRAINDICATIONS
                                                                                                                                 acetaminophen.
                                                                                                                                                   Hypersensitivity to oxycodone or

                                                                                                                                        Drug Dependence Oxycodone
                                                                                                                                 WARNINGS                                            can produce
           ASSOCIATI                                           ON                                                                drug dependence of the morphine type and. therefore,
                                                                                                                                  has the potential for being abused. Psychic
                                                                                                                                  dependence, physical dependence and to)erance may
           A series    of tape-slide    programmes                                     has    been                                develop upon repeated administration           of
                                                                                                                                  PERCOCET’ -5. and it shou)d be prescribed and
           commissioned           by the BOA.                                                                                     administered with the same degree of caution
                                                                                                                                  appropriate to the use of other oral narcotic-containing
           Recorded                   by     leading         authorities         in the        field                              medications. Like other narcotic-containing
                                                                                                                                  medications. PERCOCET’ -5 is sub)ect to the Federal
           of      orthopaedic                      surgery,          the    programmes                                           Controlled Substances Act.
           are       available                on      cassette         accompanied                   by                          Usage in ambulatory        patients Oxycodone may impair
           35mm            colour              slides.                                                                           the mental and.or physical abilities required for the
                                                                                                                                  performance of potentially hazardous tasks such as
                                                                                                                                 driving a car or operating machinery. The patient using
           A list of over sixty    tape-slide         talks,    together                                                         PERCOCET’ -5 should be cautioned accordingly.
           with   overseas    purchase        prices,        is available                                                        Interaction    with other central nervous system
                                                                                                                                  depressants    Patients receiving other narcotic anal-
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                                                                                                                                 tranquilizers,   sedative-hypnotics      or other CNS
                                                                                                                                  depressants (including alcohol) concomitantly             with
                                                                                                                                 PERCOCET’ -5 may exhibit an additive CNS depression.
                                                                                                                                 When such combined therapy IS contemplated.                the dose
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                Graves                Medical AUdIYVISUaL Litrary                                                                Usage in pregnancy Safe use in pregnancy has not
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                                                                                                                                 the physician. the potential benefits outweigh the
                                                                                                                                 possible hazards.
                                                                                                                                 Usage in children PERCOCET’ -5 should not be
                                                                                                                                 administered to children.
                                                                                                                                 PRECAUTIONS Head injury and increased intracranial
                                                                                                                                 pressure The respiratory depressant effects of
                                                                                                                                 narcotics and their capacity to elevate cerebrospina)
                                                                                                                                 fluid pressure may be markedly exaggerated in the
                                                                                                                                 presence of head injury. other intracranial          lesions or a
                                                                                                                                 pre-existing increase in intracranial        pressure.
                                                                                                                                 Furthermore, narcotics produce adverse reactions
                                                                                                                                 which may obscure the clinical course of patients with
                                                                                                                                 head inluries.
                                                                                                                                 Acute abdominal conditions The administration                of
                                                                                                                                 PERCOCET’ -5 or other narcotics may obscure the
                                                                                                                                 diagnosis or clinical course in patients with acute
                                                                                                                                 abdominal conditions.
                                                                                                                                 Special risk patients PERCOCET’ -5 should be given
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                                                                                                                                 hepatic or renal function, hypothyroidism,           Addisons
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                                                                                                                                 ADVERSE REACTIONS The most frequently observed
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                                                                                                                                 sedation. nausea and vomiting. These effects seem to
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                                                                                                                                 nonambulatory    patients. and some of these adverse
                                                                                                                                 reactions may be alleviated if the patient lies down
                                                                                                                                 Other adverse reactions include euphoria.              dysphoria.
                                                                                                                                 constipation, skin rash and pruritus.
                                                                                                                                 DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION Dosage should be
                                                                                                                                 ad)usted according to the severity of the pain and the
                                                                                                                                 response of the patient. It may occasionally be
                                                                                                                                 necessary to exceed the usual dosage recommended
                                                                                                                                 below in cases of more severe pain or in those patients
                                                                                                                                 who have become tolerant to the analgesic effect of
                                                                                                                                 narcotics. PERCOCET’ -5 is given orally The usual
                                                                                                                                 adult dose is one tablet every 6 hours as needed for
                                                                                                                                 pain.
                                                                                                                                 DRUG INTERACTIONS The CNS depressant effects of
                                                                                                                                 PERCOCET’ -5 may be additive with that of other CNS
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                                                              (Act         of August            15,        1970:           Section        3685,        Title         39,    United       States            Code)

1. Date             of Filing:        October            9,       1979.

2. Title            of Publication:               The       Journal               of Bone           and         joint       Surgery

3. Frequency              of Issue:
         Eight      times   a year:             January,                 March,        April,         June,             July,      September,            October            and       December

4.       Location           of Known            Office            of Publication:
         10 Shattuck             Street,        Boston,              Suffolk           County,             Massachusetts                   021 15
5.       Location           of the     Headquarters                       or General            Business                 Offices         of the    Publishers:
         10 Shattuck             Street,        Boston,              Massachusetts                   021 15
6.       Names      and Addresses       of Publisher,      Editor,    and Managing     Editor:
         Publisher:     The Journal      of Bone and Joint Surgery,          Inc.
                        10 Shattuck      Street,   Boston,     Massachusetts      021 15
         Editor:    Paul H. Curtiss,       Jr. , M.D.
                    10 Shattuck     Street, Boston, Massachusetts            021 15
         Managing       Editor:   H . Stephen     Tilton
                                            10 Shattuck                    Street,       Boston,                Massachusetts                021 15
7.       Owner:        The Journal               of Bone and Joint Surgery,                                         Inc.
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                                                                                                                                                                                  Average   No. copies
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A.       Total       number          of copies             printed             (Net     Press           Run)                                                                                   34,829                                          34,850

B.        Paid circulation:
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                  counter   sales                                                                                                                                                                   000                                             000
          2. Mail subscriptions                                                                                                                                                                33,883                                          33,518

C.       Total       paid     circulation           (Sum             oflOBi            and       1082)                                                                                         33,883                                          33,518

D.        Free distribution                by mail,               carrier         or other           means
          Samples,           complimentary,                       and       other      free      copies                                                                                               287                                             305
E.       Total       distribution           (Sum         ofC             and      D)                                                                                                           34,170                                          33,823

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         2. Returns      from news agents                                                                                                                                                             000                                              000

G.       Total       (Sum      of E,       Fl      and        2      -      should          equal         net press              run     shown      in A )                                     34,829                                          34,850
I certify           that    the statements                 made            by me above                    are      correct         and     complete.
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     cutting      it off - -                                                                                                                .   Supracondylar           fracture
     Cupped
 #{149}             end   to keep    the pin                                                                                                .   Fracture        of the     shaft of                               the
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    good     grip and control        to push                                                                                                SPECIFICATIONS:
     pin - -                                                                                                                                .  Cancellous       screw                            with    metal
     May be used with a mallet for a
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NEW       DESIGN!                  Performs                Perfectly,          Every     Time     STAINLESS             STEEL               SPRAY

WIRE                           TIGHTENER                                                                                                    LIGAMENTUM                                                          FLAVUM                               DISSECTOR
    May
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       manner        desired                                                                                                                    .      Finest               quality        steel               gives
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    needed     in surgery                                                                                                                             edge.




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                                                                                                                                             #{149}                                                and          USED
     Malleable-wire
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     Specific
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                                                                                                                                                 Excellent                        for       use            in      hip
 S     Finger       loop           for pe
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                                                                                                                                                      surgery   for determining                              or the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the
                                                                                                                                                      size         of    the     head       of     the      femur.



                                                                                                                                                    No.         178




BOWEN & COMPANY,                                                                          INC.              1800    Chapman                 Avenue,                     Rockville,               Maryland                 20852                    Phone          301-881-8910



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                                                                                                                                                   Director
                                                                                                                                       Department of
                                                                                                                      Orthopaedics                                         Teaching
                                                                                                                                                   Hospital
                                       HAWAII
                                                                                                                  The           Mt.     Sinai          Hospital          Cleveland,        a major
                                                                                                                  affiliate           of the Case            Western          Reserve       Univer-
          Wanted                      ! Board-certified
                            immediately                        or
                                                                                                                  sity School of Medicine, invites applications                                      for
          Board-eligible             orthopedic
                                      general         surgeon for
                                                                                                                  the position     of Director      of the Department           of
          large multispeCialty  group with its own 152-bed
                                                                                                                  Orthopaedics.       Applicants        should     qualify     for
          hospital. For information,     please write:
                                                                                                                  academic        appointment          at the School            of
                                                                                                                  Medicine       and have        the ability      to provide
                                Dr.George M. Ewing                                                                academic      and administrative         leadership      in pa-
                                  Medical Director                                                                tient care, education,           and research.         Please
                           Straub Clinic & Hospital, Inc.                                                         submit curriculum       vitae to:
                               888      South        King      Street
                              Honolulu,            Hawaii       96813
                                                                                                                                                EDGAR             LEE,      M.D.
                                                                                                                         Senior         Vice President               for Medical          Affairs
                                                                                                                                The     Mt. Sinai Hospital       of Cleveland
                                                                                                                                               University    Circle
                                                                                                                                          Cleveland,      Ohio 44106

                                                                                                                                   The Mt, Sinai Hospital    of Cleveland  is an
                                                                                                                                equal opportunity, affirmative    action employer.




                            DEPARTMENT                                  OF                                                      ORTHOPEDIC                                SURGEON
               ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY                                                                                The medical staff of the Capital Area Community Health
                                                                                                                  Plan (CHP) is currently seeking a board certified or eligible
                    BIOENGINEER                                                                                   orthopedist. CHP’s medical staff currently includes full-
                                                                                                                  time and affiliated physicians in the practices of internal
                                                                                                                      medicine, family care, pediatrics, orthopedics, radiology,
          The School of Medicine at the University of California,                                                     surgery, ob/gyn,           and other necessary            subspecialties.
          Davis invites applicants for the position of Director of The
          Department    of Orthopaedics   Bioengineering    Laboratory.                                           CHP is a federally qualified, financially sound health
          Appointment at Associate Professor level is preferred but                                               maintenance organization (HMO) located in New York’s
          will be commensurate    with appointee’s qualifications.                                                    Capital     District,     an educational           center within     easy reach
                                                                                                                  of Boston, New York City, Montreal, etc., which has an
          This position requires a B.S. in Engineering and Ph.D. in                                               abundance of cultural and recreational options and offers
          Bioengineering    or equivalent.  Applicants   should have                                              a wide range of residential styles.
          demonstrated    their ability and interest in research and
          teaching in fields related to orthopaedic surgery.
                                                                                                                  The individual who accepts this position will be involved
                                                                                                                  in an ambulatory based group practice. Your respon-
          Applicants should send a curriculum                        vitae and other sup-                         sibilities will include ambulatory care as well as inpatient
          porting documents to:                                                                                   surgical procedures. Our multi-specialty   health center,
                                                                                                                  your office, housescomplete laboratory and radiology serv-
                                                                                                                      ices as well as cast rooms and minor surgical procedure
                                Michael W. Chapman, M.D.                                                          room.
                      Chairman, Department of Orthopaedics
                           University of California, Davis                                                        Professionals               at CHP enjoys attractive             salary and fringe
                            Professional Building, Room 212                                                       benefits.
                                      4301 X Street                                                               Inquiries           about     this    practice    opportunity       should      be ad-
                             Sacramento, California 95817                                                                           E.
                                                                                                                  dressed to STANLEY KILTY,M.D., Medical Director, CHP,
                                                                                                                  1201 Troy-Schenectady                    Road, Latham,           New York, 12110.
                               The University      of California       is an                                      Collect telephone calls are welcome: 518-783-3110.
                   Affirmative     Action/Equal       Opportunity         Employer.




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           Proctor
      Community Hospital
                   Peoria,                Illinois                                                         ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON
HaS    need    for:
                                                                                                      FOUR ORTHOPAEDISTS TO EXPAND TO SIX. SERVICES EN-
                  Internists
               #{149}                                                                                 COMPASS HAND, MICROVASCULAR,                 SPINAL TRAUMA AND
               #{149}
                  General            Practitioners                                                    CRIPPLED CHILDREN’S SURGERY. NEW 400 BED HOSPITAL

               #{149}
                  Anesthesiologists                                                                                                          EX-
                                                                                                     WITHSPECIALIZEDPHYSICALTHERAPYDEPARTMENT.
                                                                                                      CELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR ACADEMIC TEACHING. COM-
                  Orthopedic
               #{149}                       Surgeons
                                                                                                      PETITIVE BEGINNING INCOME WITH INCENTIVE ARRANGE-
Practice      in      a    modern           300-bed          community                                MENT AND PLANNED FRINGE BENEFITS.
hospital      located         in     an     economically                sound
Central   Illinois         area of 250,000                people.         New
office space      and       financial       assistance          available.
                                                                                                                            Loman C. Trover, M.D.
Contact:
                                                                                                                                  Trover Clinic
                                                                                                                                   Clinic Drive
                          Norman          LaConte
                                                                                                                     Madisonville,      Kentucky 42431
              Proctor Community     Hospital
                 5409 N. Knoxville Ave.
                     Peoria, IL 61614
                   Phone:          309/691-4702




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                                                                                                                                                  MEDICAL
                                            HELP!                                                                                  0 RTHO                          PAE DIST

          Somewhere out there in this great land of ours, there just
          has to be two orthopedic surgeons who are tired of the
          hassle of night call and emergency                    rooms, of malpractice
          premiums and operating room hassles, who would be in-                                                  The Department                         of Orthopaedic                       Surgery      of the
          terested in working banker’s hours four days a week with                                               Cleveland                 Clinic       is seeking                   a physician         to pro-
          loads of time off during             the year for play and still main-                                 vide        care         for patients               with        non-operative                mus-
          tam their standard of living with a high level of income.                                              culoskeletal                    conditions.                An        Orthopaedic             Sur-
                                                                                                                 geon            or physician             with training                 or experience                in
          Although      this ad may sound nonprofessional,                        every word                     medical                 orthopaedics                 is desired.              Please         con-
          of it is true. We do a very large number of disability                            de-                  tact:
          termination       evaluations       of all types in our modern attrac-
          tive well equipped clinic. Because of the high level of pro-                                                                           Alan      H. Wilde,                  M.D.
          ductivity, I can back up this ad with a tangible offer.                                                Chairman,                  DepartmentofOrthopaedic                                    Surgery
                                                                                                                                         Cleveland             Clinic Foundation
          Write, or better still, call me collect: 1-313-767-2600,                                                                               9500       Euclid            Avenue
          H.Lewis, M.D., 706 North Street, Flint, Michigan, 48503.                                                                           Cleveland,               Ohio 44106

                                                                                                                                                The Cleveland               Clinic    is an
                                                                                                                                 Equal     Opportunity/Affirmative                   Action Employer




                                                                                                                                           ORTHOPEDIC
                                   Pract ice                                                                                                 SURGEON
                                  in Alaska                                                                       to join nine man multi-specialty                                           group       in com-
                                                                                                                  munity             of 15,000              with       considerably                  larger       re-
          The Orthopedic      Service at the Alaska Native                                                        ferring            area.         Outstanding                       professional,            living
          Medical Center (Indian Health Service) in An-                                                           and recreational   area. Must be board certified
          chorage, Alaska has an opening for a board                                                              or eligible. Call: John W. Richardson,    M.D.,
          eligible/certified Orthopedic    Surgeon   in July of                                                   Havre             Clinic,       301 4th Ave.,                      Havre,      Montana             or
          1 980. This is a referral practice from the Native
                                                                                                                  call       (406)         265-7831.
          Hospitals across the state of Alaska and in-
          volves a wealth of fascinating Adult and Pedi-
          atric Orthopedic   pathology, reconstructive      sur-
          gery    and       trauma.        Opportunities               exist      for travel
          to Native          villages       throughout               the State to at-                                    GENERAL                                        SURGEON
          tend   Orthopedic             Clinics.        Contact:
                                                                                                                  Board             certified           or eligible                  to join second             Sur-
                                                                                                                  geon              in     nine         man          multi-specialty                 group             in
                                 William           Paton,      M.D.
                             Chief Orthopedic                 Service                                             community                      of 15,000             with drawing                  area con-
                                                                                                                  siderably                larger.       Outstanding                     professional,            liv-
                                           Box      7-741
                            Anchorage,              Alaska           99510                                        ing and recreational                                 environment.    Contact
                                                                                                                  John W. Richardson,                                 M.D., Havre Clinic, 301
                                                                                                                  4th Avenue,   Havre,                                Montana    or call (406)
                                                                                                                  265-7831.




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              ORTHOPAEDIC
                                  SURGEON                                                                                                                          Faculty                                Positions
    The         I)ivision            of      Orthopaedic                           Surgery                 is seek-                                                       Department of
    ing
    Medical
             an     orthopaedic
                             Center
                                                         surgeon
                                                        located
                                                                             to join
                                                                             iii
                                                                                                     the
                                                                                          Bakersfield,
                                                                                                              Kern
                                                                                                                                                                          Orthopaedics
    California.

    The         Department                        of Surgery                   is affiliated                   with                                    The Department      of Orthopaedics,         University                                                       of
    the      University                      of         California                  at         San          Diego.                                     Washington,    School of Medicine,         is seeking                                                        or-
    Appointnent                        requires                an interest    in supervi-                                                              thopaedic   surgeons     to fill full-time    faculty                                                        po-
    sion   and              teaching           of           residents.     Acadeniic      as-                                                          sitions requiring                  expertise                     in trauma                        and hand
    sociation               with          the       affiliate,           UC              San         Diego,            is                              surgery and in trauma and spine                                                     surgery. Qual-
    encouraged.                                                                                                                                        ifications consist of certification                                                 by the Amen-
                                                                                                                                                       can Board of Orthopaedic                                        Surgery                 or eligibility.
    Salary           is conipetitive                           with          liberal                 time       off.
                                                                                                                                                       Send resumes      to Victor H. Frankel,    M.D., Pro-
    Contact:                 Division                    of’      Orthopaedics.                              (805)
                                                                                                                                                       fessor     and Chairman,       Department      of Or-
    323-7651.
                                                                                                                                                       thopaedics,    University   of Washington,     School
                                                                                                                                                       of     Medicine,                 RK-10,                    Seattle,                    Washington
          KERN                     MEDICAL                                     CENTER                                                                  98195.            The         University                   of      Washington                  is an
                                      1830     Flower    St.                                                                                           equal       opportunity                   employer.
                                  Bakersfield,       Ca 93305

                             Equal        Opportunity             Emploser               M/F




  The capabilities of the Midas Rex instrumentation system provide a quantum leap in the manner in which bone and its various problems may be handled.                                                                                                   The surgeon who
does not have access to the Midas Rex for his procedures is working under unnecessary technical handicaps with surgical progress delayed.


HANDON                                                     INSTRUCHON                                                              COURSES                                 IN BONE WORKING
          WITH               THE                GREATLY                             ADVANCED                                 MIDAS                    REX       INSTRUMENTATION                                                               SYSTEM

                                                        COURSE                        OBJECTIVES                                                                                                 ATLANTA,                             GEORGIA
   The handson instruction course is offered to familiarize surgeons with this advanced pneumatic instrumentation so
that bone working problems will be refined, expedited. and facilitated. When the surgeons have completed the course.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Orthopaedic                     Surgeons
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  February        34           5-6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            #{149}
they should be able to apply immediately their amplified skills in the operating room to do their bone work as follows:
                                                                                                                                                                                             These courses                precede AAOS in Alanta
ORTHOPAEDIC                               SURGEONS                                              instrument is of no value for drilling screw holes
                                                                                                or setting up screws.)                                                                               NEW                 YORK,                  N.Y.
trochanteric         femoral        neck amputation,                 30-45     sec.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Orthopaedic                     Surgeons
  acetabular preparation for prosthesis, 1-3 mm.
#{149}
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        April     15-16
C  bone graft excision, 30-45 sec. #{149}
                                        tibial and                                               NEUROSURGEONS*
femoral preparation for most prostheses, 3-6 mm.                                                 osteoplastic temporal flap, 1 #{189}             posterior
                                                                                                                                         mm. #{149}                                                   Neurological                        Surgeons
#{149}
   metacarpo-phalangeal            prosthesis,       1 mm. #{149}PIP                             craniectomy,      45-60 sec. #{149}
                                                                                                                                  free temporal flap, 1                                                   April        17-18          April
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 #{149}        19-20
prosthesis,       1 mm. #{149} ankle prosthesis,         1 mm.                                   mm.       #{149}burr    hole,    instantaneous             #{149}                     These courses precede AANS In New                                     York   CIty
4-place lammnectomy, 6-7 mm. #{149}            anterior cervical                                 hemicraniectomy,       2 mm. #{149}
                                                                                                                                   bilateral frontal flap,
fusion      including       bone      graft,      3-4     mm.      #{149}                        3/2    mm. #{149} place laminectomy,
                                                                                                                  4                          6-7 mm. #{149}                                 FORT                  WORTH,                        TEXAS
foraminotomies,             30      sec.      #{149}removal       of                             anterior cervical fusion including                    bone graft, 3-4                           (At the home office ofMida.s                              Rex)
methylmethacrylate           for short length         prosthesis,                                mm.      #{149}oraminotomies,
                                                                                                               f                   30                   sec.   #{149} two
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Orthopaedic                     Surgeons
5-7 mm. #{149}    removal of methylmethacrylate               from                               osteoplastic    subdural  buttons,                     2 mm. (Cut
extra length        prosthesis,      8-15 mm. #{149}      excising                                                                                                                                  December 3’4                    10-11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                #{149}               17-18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                #{149}
                                                                                                 narrower than Gigli saw with new attachment;
                                                                                                                                                                                                 (1980)     January 8-9 #{149}14-15 #{149}16-17
acrylic    cement around broken tip, 4-5 mm.                                                     bevel at will)                                                                                            February 25-26 #{149} 27-28
Steinman       pins amputated.           2-3 mm. #{149}    femoral                                  *Also plastic, ENT, oral, maxillofacial.                                                     March 6-7 #{149}1011 #{149}18-19 #{149} 20-21
prostheses amputated, 3-4 mm. #{149}             bunionectomy.                                      Surgeons will be furnished sufficient materials                                                                                    20’21
                                                                                                                                                                                                  May 8-9 #{149}12-13 #{149}14-15 #{149}
2 mm. #{149}    joint sculpting; and temoral surface                                             and advice necessary for any special procedure
replacement #{149}    excise broken screws (Note: this                                           they may envision.                                                                                   Neurological                        Surgeons
                                                                                                                                                                                                               December         6-7  13’14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                #{149}
                                                                                                                                                                                                     (1980)        January  10-11 #{149}  22-23
ACCREDITATION:                                    Each     of these courses qualifies for 16 hours of AMA-CME credit, Category 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  March 3-4 #{149}12-13
FEE: $525.00                  -    Enroll         by check        and letter.            For further         information       or future      dates,    call or write:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               22-23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   May 6-7 #{149}
                         MIDAS            REX                                 PNEUMATIC                                        TOOLS                                                 (Hours for ALL courses: Each day, 8 AM to 5 PM)
2925       Race        #{149}X Worth,Texas76IIl#{149}                                                  800-433-7080                 #{149}   Texas:     817/831.3181




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                                                                                                                                           MedicalDirector
                                                                                                                             Gillette Children’s Hospital
                                                                                                                                 St. Paul, Minnesota
                            ORTHOPEDIC
                                                                                                                 Gillette Children’s Hospital is seeking a full time Medical
                              SURGEON                                                                            Director for its 60 bed inpatient      unit and specialized
                                                                                                                 outpatient and therapy department including an orthotic,
                                                                                                                 prosthetic and engineering unit. The applicant should be
                                                                                                                 a Board Certified     specialist  with three years post-
                                                                                                                 residency experience and one year special training          in
           wanted to join 34 physician      multispecialty                                                       pediatric orthopaedics or equivalent academic clinical ex-
           group by the summer of 1980. City of 54,000                                                           perience in children’s orthopaedics.
           on Puget Sound, 30 miles north of Seattle.                                                            This position will include a University appointment.                     The
           Opportunity   for an exceptional      personal!                                                       Medical Director will be responsible for coordinating   and
           professional lifestyle. Send Curriculum     Vitae                                                     developing  a comprehensive       program for handicapped
           to:                                                                                                   children and young adults, initiating research in this area,
                                                                                                                 and teaching residents and medical students.

                             Richard         M. Lyons,            M.D.                                           Please send curriculum     vitae to: Dr. Robert B. Winter
                                 The       Everett       Clinic                                                  Director of Medical Education Gillette Children’s Hospital
                                    Colby at 39th                                                                200 University Avenue East St. Paul, Minnesota 55101
                                 Everett, WA 98201                                                               Gillette Children’s Hospital is committed to the policy that
                                                                                                                 all persons shall have equal access to its programs,
                                                                                                                 facilities and employment without regard to race, creed,
                                                                                                                 color, sex, national origin or handicap.




                                                                                                                                    ORTHOPEDIC
             Pennsylvania                                    Hospital
                                                                                                                                      SURGEON
                              Fellowships
                                                                                                                 Presently  recruiting      a fifth orthopedist      to join
                        Spinal                 Surgery                                                           our expanding         closed      staff  multispecialty
                                                                                                                 group         in beautiful             rural central     Pennsylvania.
                                             and                                                                 The         Geisinger          Medical        Center      employs     150

                  Joint Replacement                                                                              full-time
                                                                                                                 physicians
                                                                                                                                    staff physicians
                                                                                                                                      in 29 specialties.
                                                                                                                                                                   and 150 resident
                                                                                                                                                                    We are a 476 bed
                                                                                                                 tertiary       care        referral      center   with    over   356,000
           One year         fellowships            for individuals             who     have
                                                                                                                 annual outpatient                     clinic visits. This position       of-
           completed          approved            residency.                                                     fers competitive        salary;     life, disability,     and
                                                                                                                 malpractice      insurance      ; excellent      retirement
           Salary   - $20,000.00
                                                                                                                 program and ample free time for vacations                             and
           For further   information,                contact:                                                    meetings.


                    Richard      H. Rothman,               M.D.,         Ph.D.
                                                                                                                             Gary         L. Wolfgang,         M.D., Chairman
                              Pennsylvania               Hospital                                                              Department               Orthopedic    Surgery
                              Eighth     and        Spruce  Sts.                                                                  Geisinger              Medical    Center
                              Philadelphia,           PA 19107                                                                   Danville,         Pennsylvania           17821
                                                                                                                                     Telephone             717-275-6931




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        ORTHOPAEDIC                  SURGEON                                                   Assistant                                           Chief
    WANTED FOR 4-MAN GROUP PRACTICE IN MODERN U.S.                                      Orthopaedic                                                Surgery
    ARMY TEACHING HOSPITAL LOCATED ON POTOMAC RIVER
    16 MILES SOUTH OF WASHINGTON, DC., AT FORT BELVOIR,                           Veterans      Administration    Medical  Center,   Long
q   VIRGINIA.                                                                     Beach,      in conjunction     with the University     of
                          BENEFITS                                                California,    Irvine, is seeking   an Assistant   Chief
                                                                                  of Orthopaedic                 Surgery                 for the Veterans                       Ad-
S      SALARY RANGE $34,000 TO $44,000 AS ARMY OFFICER
                                                                                  ministration           Center           in Long                   Beach.           Applicant
       WITH 30 DAYS PAID VACATION, RELOqATION ASSIST-                             must have interest in clinical service, resident
       ANCE, MALPRACTICE PROTECTION, PAID CONTINUING                              teaching, and research. The level of appoint-
       MEDICAL EDUCATION.                                                         ment would be Assistant Clinical Professor or
                                                                                  Assistant           Professor               in Residency.                         Equal       op-
    2. PROFESSIONAL STIMULATION FROM TEACHING FAMILY
                                                                                  portunity          employer             -             women             and minorities
       PRACTICE AND GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS.
                                                                                  are encouraged                  to apply.                Deadline             for applica-
                                                                                  tion is January                1980.
    3. THE OPTION EXISTS TO FILL THE POSITION ON A CIVIL
       SERVICE BASIS. SALARY RANGE $40,000      TO $45,000
                                                                                  Please           inquire       by       mail           and         send           curriculum
       DEPENDING ON QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE.
                                                                                  vitae and reference                         letters to:

                 CONTACT: LTC PERRY BARNES
                                                                                                   Michael J. DeBenedetti,                                  M.D.
                800-336-3095, EXT 41932/44728
                                                                                           Chief,       Orthopaedic                      Surgery             Section
                      OR SEND C. V. TO
                                                                                        Veterans             Administration                        Medical          Center
                  DEWITT U.S. ARMY HOSPITAL
                                                                                                     5901 East Seventh                               Street
                   FORT BELVOIR, VA 22060                                                              Long        Beach,                CA 90822




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                 Basic and Advanced Course
                            on the                                                                                                 ORTHOPAEDIC
                   ASIF/AO Technique of                                                                                                       SURGEON
                      Fracture Fixation
                                 April 13-18,                      1980                                             Department       of Orthopaedic      Surgery,
                                San Diego, California                                                               Creighton   University, seeks a certified     Or-
                                                                                                                    thopaedic  Surgeon to join the Medical School
                                                                                                                    faculty        and        participate     in a full         spectrum            of
           Sponsored by the Association for the Study of Internal Fix-
                                                                                                                    medical care, undergraduate,  graduate  and
           ation, A.O. International and the Division of Orthopaedic
           Surgery, University of South Florida.
                                                                                                                    continuing medical education.  Research  in-
                                                                                                                    volvement is expected and necessary.
           Swiss faculty will include Professors M. E. Mueller,
           M. Allgower, S. Perren, R. Schenk, P. Matter, and others.                                                Submit curriculum                  vitae and supporting                mate-
                                                                                                                    nial to:
           Registration  strictly          limited        to 200 Basic and 50 Ad-
           vanced participants.
                                                                                                                                              E. B. Weis, Jr. M.D.
           For further     information           contact:                                                                   Chairman,           Department of Orthopaedics
                                                                                                                                              Creighton University
                                                                                                                                              601 North 30 Street
                                     Phillip     G. Spiegel. M.D.
                                                                                                                                               Omaha,       NE 68131
                                University of South Florida
                             12901 N. 30th Street (Box 16)
                                                                                                                                                  AA/EEQC    Employer
                                     Tampa, Florida 33612
                             (813) 971-4500, extension 358




                           ORTHOPEDIC                                                                                   COLORADO    SPRINGS,
                             SURGEON                                                                                         COLORADO
           To joint multispecialty                      group        in Southern       Wis-                         Our 26 man multi-specialty               group,      located      at
           consin.       Excellent             practice        opportunities         with     a                     the foot of Pikes Peak, would like to add an or-
           variety       of cases              in joint            replacement,        back                         thopaedist,       available      anytime       between        now
           surgery,       and    hand           work.                                                               and August,        1 980. We are offering            a $60,000
                                                                                                                    first year guarantee         with an option to convert to
           Monroe   is a clean crime-free                                 community     lo-
                                                                                                                    our incentive        pay formula        at 6 months.          You
           cated 45 minutes   from Madison                                 and 1 1/2 hours
                                                                                                                    would begin practice             with an instant         referral
           from Milwaukee.
                                                                                                                    patient population         of 25,000. We are currently
           Liberal starting      salaries                   with     all overhead          and                      actively    expanding       and expect      this to double         in
           malpractice     paid.                                                                                    the next 5 years.           Our centrally       located     clinic
                                                                                                                    facility contains,      in addition    to adequate         space
           If interested,        please            notify                                                           for practice,     an Ambulatory        Surgery       Unit and a
                                                                                                                    full service          physical      therapy       department.           If you
                                 Terrence                 E. Peters                                                 are interested,                please  write,  including                Cur-
                      Chairman     Procurement  Committee                                                           niculum Vitae,               to J. A. Thompson       Jr.,             M. D.,
                                 The Monroe Clinic                                                                  209       South       Nevada        Avenue,       Colorado          Springs,
                                      1515 10th Street                                                              Colorado  80903.    You                  may        also     call    collect,
                                     Monroe,  WI 53566                                                              area code 303-475-7700                        -     Ext.   210.




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                                                                                                        ORTHO PAEDIC
             WANTED!                                                                                      SURGEON

       Orthopedic           “Pearls”          gleaned
              from your practice.
                                                                                       Several private practice alternatives      exist in
     What “Tips”                have you for your                                      small coastal North Carolina town; coverage
        Orthopedic                Colleagues?                                          situations exist; sufficient patient load in these
                                                                                       specialties;  affiliate with modern, progressive
           Preparing             Audio      Visual                                     growing hospital service area of 70,000; excel-
              “   Perils        to Pearls”.
                                                                                       lent climate, recreational    pursuits, near met-
                                                                                       ropolitan area yet far enough away to avoid big
                                                                                       city problems. Please direct inquiries to:
         Recognition              will be given.

                                                                                                     Dr. Donald L. Croutcher
           Clarence             M. Leary,   M.D.                                                          Chief of Staff
              1 235        W.     Vine Street                                                  Sampson County Memorial Hospital
             Lodi,    California         95240                                                                     607    Beaman            Street
                                                                                                        Clinton,         North    Carolina           28328

                                                                                                                     (919)       592-8511




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                                                                                                                                                        MAINE
                            ORTHOPEDIC                                                                                                ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON
                              SURGEON                                                                                                                 VACANCY
           Fourth      orthopedic      surgeon       to join growing        de-                                           ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON NEEDED AS CHIEF OF SECTION IN
           partment        of established      prepaid       multispecialty
                                                                                                                          VA MEDICAL AND REGIONAL OFFICE CENTER, TOGUS,
           group in one of America’s               leading metropolitan
                                                                                                                          MAINE. MUST BE BOARD CERTIFIED OR BOARD ELIGIBLE.
           areas.      We offer competitive              earnings,       com-
                                                                                                                          EXPERIENCE WITH TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT ADVAN-
           prehensive          fringe      benefits,       and excellent
                                                                                                                          TAGEOUS. V.A. CENTER IS 5 MILES FROM AUGUSTA, MAINE
           facilities.     Must be board eligible or board cer-
           tified. Curriculum         vitae and references           invited:                                             AND WITHIN EASY DRIVING DISTANCE OF MANY FOUR SEA-
                                                                                                                          SON RESORT AREAS.

                              John W. Harkness,    M.D.
                                  Group Health Plan                                                                       CALL OR WRITE: CHIEF, SURGICAL SERVICE OR
                                 2500 Como Avenue                                                                                                CHIEF OF STAFF, VAM&ROC, TOGUS, ME
                             St. Paul, Minnesota  55108
                                                                                                                                           TEL: 1-207-623-8411,      EXT. 307 or 368
                                                                                                                                                 or   FF5 833-5307   or 833-5368




                                          Faculty
                                        Position

           The Division of Orthopedic            Surgery      at the Uni-                                                                ORTHOPEDIC
           versity of California      at Los Angeles            has a full
           time faculty position      available     in each ofthe fol-
                                                                                                                                           SURGEON
           lowing     subspecialty          areas:       pediatric       or-
           thopedics,     sports    medicine,        spinal     disorders                                                Position   available    for orthopedic    surgeon     with
           and oncology.       Applicants       for the pediatric         or-                                            nine family practice       physicians   and one inter-
           thopedic         position         should        have           a minimum              five                    nal medicine,      in a rural northwestern      Wiscon-
           years’ experience         in an academic         setting with                                                 sin community       with new hospital of 75 beds. Is
           research      interest.      Applicants      for other      po-                                               a farm area bordering         on the vacation     land of
           sitions should       have completed          a fellowship      in                                             northern     Wisconsin,       with two ski facilities
           the specialty     or have specific academic             exper-                                                within short driving range of community.               For
           ience and be Orthopedic             Board certified     or elig-                                              further information,      contact:
           ible. Interested      candidates       should contact and
           send a curriculum          vitae to:
                                                                                                                                         Indianhead    Medical   Group
                                                                                                                                              Lloyd R. Colts, M.D.
                             Harlan C. Amstutz,        M.D.                                                                                     1020 Lake Street
                                 Professor    and Chief                                                                                 Rice Lake, Wisconsin      54868
                        Division     of Orthopedic     Surgery
                            UCLA School of Medicine
                        Los Angeles,        California  90024
             UCLA     is an Equal      Opportunity/Affirmative             Action    Employer.




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                    Chairperson
                       Department                                 of                                                                                ORTHOPEDIC
        Orthopedic     Surgery
                                                                                                                                                      SURGEON
    University     of Tennessee
College     of Medicine-Knoxville

Full time position       as Chairperson,          Department
of Orthopedic          Surgery       with major         respon-
                                                                                                                                  The Department         of Orthopedics      of a regional
sibilities in undergraduate,            graduate,      continu-
                                                                                                                                  trauma center       requires   the services      of an or-
ing medical       education,       research       and patient
                                                                                                                                  thopedist     with special training    in microvascular
care activities.      Requires      Board Certification         or
                                                                                                                                  reconstruction,       transfer    of composite          free
eligibility.  Position    available      July 1 1 980. Sal-              ,

                                                                                                                                  flaps,    and hand surgery.         Please     send cur-
ary and rank commensurate                    with education
                                                                                                                                  riculum vitae to:
and experience.         Send Curriculum           Vitae to:

                        Dr.           C. Chase
                                 Donald
                                                                                                                                                 Thomas    H. Comfort,      M.D.
                       Acting  Associate     Dean                                                                                            St. Paul-Ramsey     Medical     Center
                    University     of Tennessee                                                                                                      640 Jackson     Street
                College      of Medicine-Knoxville
                                                                                                                                                 St. Paul, Minnesota     55101
                      1 924 Alcoa Highway
                 Knoxville,     Tennessee       37920                                                                                               Telephone:        (612)        221-8600

      An Affirmative          Action       ITitle    IX/Section    504       Employer




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                                                                                                                                Assistant                      Professor
                               Orthopaedic
                                                                                                                              Orthopaedic                              Surgery
                                 Surgeon
                                                                                                                         University       of California,       San Francisco,          De-
           Orthopaedic                   Surgeon               wanted           to      join           a                 partment      of Orthopaedic          Surgery     seeks board
           salaried,      multi-specialty       group      practice        in                                            certified    orthopaedic         surgeon     for full time ap-
           Northcentral       Pennsylvania.       An opportunity           to                                            pointment       at County         Hospital.    Minimum:       two
           build a practice with guaranteed            income, excel-                                                    years work in orthopaedic              trauma with training
           lent benefits      and teaching        program      aftiliation                                               in hand and/or spine surgery.                 Applicant     must
           with the Geisinger             Medical     Center.        Office                                              have expertise             in areas      of pre- and post-
           space is located in a new medical               arts building                                                 doctoral     teaching        and laboratory      or clinical re-
           adjacent     to a new 230 bed community               hospital                                                search      experience.          University     of California,
           overlooking         a Susquehanna             River      Valley                                               San Francisco,                is an equal        opportunity!
           community             of      100,000             people.        Unique             envi-                     affirmative         action      employer.       Women         and
           ronment    consisting  of plentiful outdoor                                  recrea-                          minorities        are encouraged            to apply.       Vitae
           tion, urban amenities,    and professional                                    oppor-                          should be sent to:
           tunity.     Board       qualification              or eligibility          required.
           Remuneration                  commensurate      with credentials
                                                                                                                                             Lorraine    J. Day, M.D.
           and experience.                 Send curriculum     vitae to:
                                                                                                                                        Chairman,      Search Committee
                                                                                                                                        Orthopaedic      Surgical     Service
                             Stuart Heydt, D.D.S., M.D.                                                                                             Room 3A-36
                             Geisinger      Medical Center                                                                             San Francisco       General     Hospital
                                  Danville,   PA 17821                                                                                        1001 Potrero Avenue
                                                                                                                                       San Francisco,      California    94110




                           Faculty                       Position
                                                        in
                                                                                                                                           ORTHOPEDIC
                                                                                                                                             SURGEON
                     Orthopaedic                                  Surgery
                          College of
                  Physicians    & Surgeons
                                                                                                                         The          Hayward        Medical      Group      is seeking   a
                                                                                                                         Board Certified or eligible Orthopedic      Surgeon.
           Two     full      time      positions     as Instructor     in Or-                                            We are a twenty member      multi-specialty     group
           thopaedic           Surgery       at the College   of Physicians                                              located in the San Francisco       Bay Area, adja-
           & Surgeons,   Columbia                        University         are available                                cent to a 1 75 bed General       Hospital. First year
           July 1, 1980.                                                                                                 Junior  Partnership   status with competitive       in-
                                                                                                                         come. Senior Partnership       opportunity  after one
           Will      have clinical-research                       responsibilities                 at
                                                                                                                         year. Send curriculum      vitae to:
           The       New York Orthopaedic                         Hospital.

           Please         submit         your       resume        to:


                                Alexander               Garcia,          M.D.
                                                                                                                                        Orthopedic       Search        Committee
                                                Chairman
                     Department     of Orthopaedic     Surgery                                                                               Hayward      Medical  Group
                                                                                                                                              2721   2 Calaroga   Avenue
                      College    of Physicians    & Surgeons
                                                                                                                                            Hayward,      California      94545
                              630 West 1 68th Street
                           New York, New York 10032




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                       Orthopaed                              ic                                                                     ORTHOPEDIST
                          Surgeon
                                                                                                                    Board Certified,     to practice      in Midwest      City of
Dept. of Orthopaedic             Surgery,   UCSF, seeks a                                                           13,000,   service     area 55,000.         No orthopedic
board     certified      Orthopaedic         Surgeon        with                                                    surgeon   in service       area; built in referrals       with
demonstrated             ability       in children’s          or-                                                   immediate      out-patient       population      available.
thopaedics.       Applicant       must be capable        of pro-                                                    Good outdoor       recreation      area. Enclose       vitae.
viding strong       leadership        to a clinical    service;                                                     Reply:
have expertise         in the areas of pre- and post-
doctoral    teaching     and research       in children’s     or-                                                                                    Ron Olinger
thopaedic      problems.                                                                                                         Chr.     Phys.      Recruitment Committee
                                                                                                                                                     P.O. Box 66
Submit            curriculum           vitae     and supporting               mate-                                                     Pierre,     South         Dakota           57501
rial       to:                                                                                                                                     (605)224-8851

                                                                                                                                                              or
            William    R. Murray,      M.D., Chairman
            Department      of Orthopaedic     Surgery                                                                                             Chief of Staff
           University   of California,    San Francisco                                                                                        St. Mary’s Hospital
                    San Francisco,      CA 94143                                                                                                  803 E. Dakota
                                                                                                                                        Pierre, South Dakota 57501
              The University    of California,       San Francisco,      is
                                                                                                                                                   (605)224-5901
            an equal opportunity/affirmative            action employer.




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       THE HARVARD                             COMBINED                 ORTHOPAEDIC                                 RESIDENCY                      PROGRAM                         FACULTY
                                                                            14 through                  26 July          1980
                                                                                                        at
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                        For    the     orthopaedic        resident,         the     board      candidate,          and     the     interested       mature         practitioner.

       Anatomy,         biochemistry,            biomechanics,          pathology,             physiology,          and pathophysiology      are correlated                         with    clinical,
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                                                                                  COURSE            COMMITTEE
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       Melvin J. Glimcher,                M.D.                                      Henry J. Mankin,    M.D.                                                 Clement         B. Sledge,         M.D.
       John E. Hall, M.D.                                                                                                                               Augustus           A. White         Ill, M.D.

                                                                      SPECIAL                GUEST           PROFESSOR
                                                                                  William      F. Enneking,          M.D.
                                                              Chairman            of the Department      of Orthopaedics
                                                                College           of Medicine,  University    of Florida

                        for information:             Howard      Browne,            M.D.,     24 Kay Street,             Newport,         RI 02840           401-846-7711.



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                MAINE                         ORTHOPAEDIC                                                                   REVIEW
                                                                                   in
                                                                       Vacation                 land
                                                           JULY          20 to AUGUST                              2
                                                                                  1980


  Write:        Allan J. Stinchfield,    M.D., Director                                                                       Telephone   (207)622-6441
                1 6 East Chestnut     Street, Augusta,                 Maine      04330




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                                                                                  List              of Advertisers
                                                                                                 December                      1979

                                                                                                                PAGE                                                                                                                                    PAGE

Ace Orthopaedic                         Company                                                                     85       Lea&Febiger                                                                                                                   11
Alaska         Native             Medical           Center                                                        128        Clarence                 M. Leary,                M.D                                                                        133
Alden         Shoe         Company                                                                                  57       Lenox             Hill      Brace          Shop                                                                 118,         119

AIIoProAG                                                                                                   96,97            H. Lewis,                   M.D                                                                                              128
Ambiomed                   International                                                                            76       Link          America,               Inc                                                                                     116

BG Orthopedic                       Corporation                                                             49,50        I   Maine             Orthopaedic                  Review                                                                        138
Biomet,          Inc                                                                                        86,     87       Markell              Shoe         Company,                Inc                                                                120
Blackwell              Scientific            Publications,            Inc                                           32       McNeil             Laboratories                                                                                               10
Bowen          & Company,                     Inc                                                                 125        Mecron              Medical             Products                                                                              84

Bristol        Laboratories                                                                        92,      93,     94       Merck,             Sharp           & Dohme                                              54,    55, 56, 66, 67,                68
Capital         Area Community                             Health     Plan                                        126        Midas             Rex       Pneumatic                Tools                                                                   129
Child        Life      Shoes                                                                                        20       The         Monroe             Clinic                                                                                        132
Cintor        Division              of Codman                                        88,     89,      112,        113        C.      V      Mosby              Company                                                                                     44
Cleveland              Clinic           Foundation                                                                128        The         Mt.       Sinai         Hospital            of Cleveland                                                         126
Colorado             Springs              Medical           Center                                                132        Neufeld              Interprises,                 Inc                                                                        131
Columbia               University                                                                                 136        Orthopaedic                    Audio-Synopsis                       Foundation                                               117
Creighton              University                                                                                 132        Orthopaedic                    Resources                Corporation                                                          114
Cutter         Biomedical                                                                                   36,     37       Orthopaedic                    Transactions                                                                                   98
DePuy          Manufacturing                        Co.,     Inc                           12,     13,      78,     79       Orthopedic                   Equipment                  Company                                       34,     35, 80,         81
Dillon        Company                                                                                               16       OWL            Biomedical,                   Inc                                                                              60
Dista       Products               Company                                                                  24,25            Pediatric                Orthopedic                International                 Seminars,            Inc                    99,
Dow        Corning            Corporation                                                          38, 39, 90                       100,        101,        102,        103,      104,       105,      106,      107,      108,     109,         110,     111
Downs          Surgical                                                                                             61       Pennsylvania                      Hospital                                                                                   130
Eastman              Kodak              Company                                                             28,     29       Procter             & Gamble                                                                                  14,      15,    16
Endo,         Inc                                                                    40,     41,         114,     115        Proctor             Community                     Hospital                                                                   127
Ethicon,             Inc                                                                                    62,     63       Protek,             Ltd                                                                                       45, 46,         47
The        Everett          Clinic                                                                                130        Purdue              Frederick               Company                                                                    82,    83
Florida         Brace             Corporation                                                                       91       Richards                 Manufacturing                    Company,                Inc                 22,     23,     70,     71
Florida         Manufacturing                          Corporation                                                  76       Rolyan             Medical            Products                                                                                48

Fort       Belvoir           (DeWitt            Army          Hospital)                                           131        Ross-Loos                   Medical           Group                                                                          124

Friedman               Counter              Splints,         Inc                                                  124        SAAB-Scania                                                                                                                   21
Geisinger              Medical             Center                                                        130,     136        Saint         Mary’s              Hospital                                                                                   137
Geriatric            Pharmaceutical                        Corporation                                            122        St.     Paul-Ramsey                        Medical           Center                                                          135
Gillette        Children’s                  Hospital                                                              130        Sampson                  County            Memorial             Hospital                                                     133
Graves         Medical               Audiovisual               Library                                            114        So.      Calif.           Orthopaedic                   Sur/Med.           Group,             Inc                            125
Group          Health             Plan,       Inc                                                                 134        Stimtech,                Inc                                                                                                 6, 7
j.     E. Hanger,                 Inc                                                                               69       Straub             Clinic         & Hospital,                 Inc                                                            126
Harvard              Combined                Orthopaedic              Residency      Faculty             ....     137        Texas          Medical              Industries                                                                               127
Havre         Clinic                                                                                              128        3-M         Company                                                   4, 5, 26,         27,    42,    43,     51, 72, 73
Hayward               Medical             Group                                                                   136        Trover             Clinic                                                                                                    127
Hexcel         Medical                                                                                              95       United             States         Army                                                                                        33
Howmedica,                   Inc                                                  8, 9, 52,        53,      64,     65       University                  of California                                                      126,    134,         136,     137
Indianhead                  Medical           Group,          Inc                                                 134        University                  of South           Florida                                                                       132
Infomedical                 Systems                                                                                 40       University                  of Tennessee                                                                                     135
Ives       Laboratories                                                                                             77       University                  of Washington                                                                                    129
S.     Jackson,             Inc                                                                                   135        Veterans                 Administration                     Hospital                                   124,         131,     134

Johnson              & Johnson                                                                                      17       WBG            Surgical              Instruments,                   Inc                                                      121
Joint-Jack                 Company                                                                                133        Zimmer                USA             18, 19, 20, 30, 31, 32, 58, 59, 60, 74, 75, 76
Kern         Medical              Center                                                                          129

				
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