Steven Dailey

Steven Dailey
University of Cincinnati | UC · Department of Orthopedic Surgery

MD

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Introduction
Skills and Expertise
Additional affiliations
May 2013 - May 2014
University of Cincinnati
Position
  • Orthopaedic Surgery Research Fellow
Education
August 2009 - May 2013
Tulane University
Field of study
  • Medicine
September 2006 - March 2009

Publications

Publications (18)
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of routine postoperative CT scan following ORIF of acetabular fractures. Retrospective review of prospectively collected acetabulum fracture database SETTING:: Level I trauma center PATIENTS/PARTICIPANTS:: A total of 606 consecutive patients underwent surgical fixation of 612 acetabular fractur...
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Complex elbow dislocations (ie, fracture-dislocations) are challenging injuries to treat and may result in significant patient morbidity. Chronic instability, posttraumatic arthrosis, and poor functional outcomes are frequent. Orthopaedic surgeons should strive to optimize elbow function through restoration of articular congruity and stability coup...
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The consequences of improper intraoperative positioning can be profound: it not only may cause substantial morbidity but also may be a major area of litigation, particularly when peripheral nerve injury occurs.➤ The ulnar nerve is most likely to be injured secondary to improper positioning. The elbow should be flexed ≤90° and the forearm placed in...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the timing of surgical intervention for fractures of the acetabulum and its influence on perioperative factors. Retrospective review. Level I trauma center. 288 consecutive patients who sustained either posterior wall (PW), associated both column (ABC), or anterior column posterior hemi-transverse (ACPHT...
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On January 12, 2010, a catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. Because of their sudden and destructive nature, earthquakes can result in unfamiliar mass casualty situations accompanied by devastating orthopedic injuries. Evaluation of the pelvic fractures resulting from this earthquake revealed several fac...
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Purpose: Most distal radius (DR) fractures are initially managed with closed reduction and orthosis application. Mini-C-arm fluoroscopy provides assessment of reduction quality in real time. Our null hypothesis was that there would be no difference in the reduction quality of DR fractures in the emergency department when using mini-C-arm fluorosco...
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Complex elbow dislocations include all elbow dislocations with an associated fracture. Complex elbow dislocations are debilitating for patients and can be challenging for the treating orthopedic surgeon. Evaluation of the patient with a complex elbow dislocation begins with a thorough neurovascular examination followed by appropriate imaging, inclu...
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Objectives: To determine the rate of iatrogenic radial nerve palsy (RNP) after surgical repair of established humeral shaft nonunion (HSNU). Design: Retrospective chart review. Setting: Level I trauma center. Patients/participants: Fifty-four patients with HSNU, 10 (18.5%) of whom developed an iatrogenic RNP after nonunion repair. Intervent...
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The majority of humeral shaft nonunions resolve following operative intervention; however, a small percentage will persist despite surgical efforts. These cases of persistent nonunion are frustrating for patients and challenging for orthopedic surgeons. The authors describe the use of a step-cut osteotomy of the humeral diaphysis coupled with neutr...
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Objectives: We hypothesize that earlier operative intervention for acetabular fractures improves the probability of achieving an anatomic reduction. Design: Retrospective review SETTING:: Academic level I trauma center PATIENTS/PARTICIPANTS:: 650 acetabular fractures treated via ORIF between September 2001 and February 2014. Intervention: Acet...
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Humeral shaft fractures are typically treated nonoperatively with a functional brace; however, approximately 6% of these fractures progress to nonunion. Humeral shaft nonunions are a significant source of patient morbidity and can be challenging complications for orthopedic surgeons to treat. This chapter reviews the management of humeral shaft non...
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Study design: Case report. Objectives: To describe a patient who experienced rod fracture with subsequent caudal migration into the gluteal region after minimally invasive posterior spinal fusion for adult idiopathic scoliosis. Summary of background data: Rod fracture occurs in approximately 6.8% of patients who undergo multilevel instrumented...
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I schial tuberosity avulsion fractures are infrequent injuries that primarily affect adolescent athletes 1-8 . Ischial avulsions can be easily mistaken for hamstring injuries and therefore missed on initial presentation 1,6 . Whereas some of these fractures heal spontaneously, they often can progress to painful non-union 1,2,9,10 . Painful nonunion...
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the timing of surgical intervention for fractures of the acetabulum and its influence on perioperative factors. Design: Retrospective review. Setting: Level I trauma center. Patients: Two hundred eighty-eight consecutive patients who sustained either posterior wall (PW), associated both colum...
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Internal bone transport has been used to successfully lengthen diaphyseal bone. In 1997, Paley et al. described femoral lengthening over a nail (LON), specifically an intramedullary nail, with the use of a unilateral external fixator. Although this technique is often successful, several complications have been reported, including nonunion of the do...
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Advancements in surgical technique have resulted in the ability to reconstruct lower extremity injuries that would have previously been treated by amputation. Currently, a paucity of data is available specifically addressing limb amputation versus reconstruction for calcaneal fractures with severe soft tissue compromise. Reconstruction leaves the p...
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Introduction: Stress fractures are overuse injuries most commonly seen in athletes, military recruits, and individuals with endocrine abnormalities. It has been demonstrated that chronic cases of anterior tibial stress fractures refractory to conservative management respond well to intramedullary nailing. To our knowledge, only one report has been...

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