Anthony Dugarte

Anthony Dugarte
Regions Hospital · Orthopaedic Surgery

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Publications (13)
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Case: We present a complex case of a 56-year-old man with multiple left-sided rib pathology including nonunion, rib heterotopic ossification (HO) forming a rib-to-rib synostosis, and rib malunion. After a major forequarter trauma and failed conservative management, followed by scapula reconstruction and rib recontouring, the surgical resection of...
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Objectives: Heterotopic ossification (HO) is a common complication in patients who have sustained high-energy trauma to the hip region. Traditionally, resection is performed after ectopic bone maturation. We hypothesized that early HO resection in patients with hip ankylosis after trauma can be performed with little chance of recurrence. Design:...
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The Extensile Judet has been widely used in the management of scapula fractures. An enhanced understanding of these injuries, however, has allowed for the strategic development of alternative methods in which soft tissues may be better spared. The purpose of this video is to highlight the indications and techniques for 2 posterior approaches to the...
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Subcutaneous internal plate fixation for anterior pelvic ring injuries has become more common, but implants require removal, usually by 12 weeks. The purpose of this article is to report a novel, minimally invasive, endoscopic-assisted technique for the removal of subcutaneous anterior pelvic plates safely and atraumatically without violating the u...
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Objectives: Anterior external fixation for pelvic ring fractures has shown to effectively improve stability and reduce mortality. However, these fixators can be associated with substantial morbidity such as pin tract infection, premature loss of fixation, and decreased quality of life in patients. Recently, two new methods of subcutaneous anterior...
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Background Subcoracoid impingement has been implicated as a cause of anterior shoulder pain and subscapularis tendon tears. Purpose/Hypothesis The purpose of this study was to evaluate the bony anatomy of the coracoid process and the subcoracoid space. We hypothesized that age-related changes that may contribute to subcoracoid impingement occur in...
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Introduction: An alternative method to external fixation for the treatment of unstable anterior pelvic ring injuries, termed the pelvic bridge technique, provides equivalent results with fewer complications and is performed using occipital cervical rods subcutaneously, with fixation into the iliac wings and parasymphyseal bone. Indications & cont...
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Open reduction and internal fixation has become a reliable technique to treat complex middle-third clavicle fractures (AO/OTA B-15). Nonoperative treatment of these fractures may result in higher rates of symptomatic malunion, nonunion, dissatisfaction with cosmetic appearance, and even dysfunction and muscular weakness. Risk factors such as substa...
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Fracture mapping has been used in the understanding of injury patterns in different bones. To our knowledge, there are no applications of this technique using three-dimensional (3D) morphologic fracture characteristics. Previously, scapula fractures were mapped by transferring information from 3D computed tomography to a two-dimensional (2D) templa...
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Surgical models have best shown the relationship between ankle and mid-foot osteoarthritis, although findings regarding the calcaneocuboid joint have varied. To the authors' knowledge, no studies have evaluated the relationship between degenerative changes across the tibiotalar and calcaneocuboid joints. The goal of this study was to determine whet...
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Classically, it is thought that pain or disability in one leg can stress the contralateral leg, leading to similar symptoms. The mechanism of action for subsequent dysfunction in the healthy limb is thought to involve compensatory changes that are used as a means to reduce stance phase time on the injured limb. This is believed to increase the forc...
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Background: Cadaveric studies have examined disc degeneration at the L4-L5 and L5-S1 motion segments; however, we are not aware of another study that has examined the relationship between bilateral spondylolysis and its effect on degenerative disc disease at those levels. This may have been overlooked by researchers owing to the majority of spondy...

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