Travis M. Falconer

Travis M. Falconer
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital | SCGH · Orthopaedics

Bachelor of Medicine

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The paper compares hamstring autograft with a "hybrid" graft of hamstrings and a small LARS ligament in ACL reconstruction patients. The paper concludes ACLR utilizing a hybrid autologous/LARS® construct facilitated accelerated rehabilitation without evidence of increased failure or early graft stretch. Additionally, there was no clinical differenc...
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Background: Propionibacterium acnes is a common pathogen identified in postoperative shoulder infection. It has been shown to be present in culture specimens during primary shoulder arthroplasty; however, recent work has suggested that it is most likely to be a contaminant. Our aim was to identify the potential sources of contamination in shoulder...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the outcomes of a cohort of patients who have undergone a new surgical technique for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tunnel targeting using the footprint of the torn ACL as soft tissue markers. This is in the setting of anatomical ACLR with remnant preservation. Methods: This retrospective single ce...
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Purpose: This prospective case series is designed to determine the 2-year clinical and radiological outcomes of patients undergoing an ACL reconstruction using the ligament augmentation reconstruction system (LARS) 133 prosthesis as an augmentation device for a 4-tunnel autologous hamstrings graft, in the context of accelerated rehabilitation. Meth...
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The Oxford Hip Score (OHS) and Oxford Knee Score (OKS) are validated, reliable and reproducible outcome measures, however their use retrospectively has not been examined. The aim of this prospective cohort study was to examine the accuracy and reliability of patients' ability to recall their OHS and OKS in a retrospective manner. A total of 137 pat...
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Purpose ‘Clinical cyclops syndrome’ is associated with pain and a palpable ‘clunk’ at terminal extension with the loss of full extension. The aims of this prospective controlled study were: (1) to assess whether the minimal debridement of the ACL stump and notch is associated with an increased incidence of clinical cyclops lesions, (2) to look at t...
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Symptomatic and asymptomatic peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a common problem in the elderly. The management of PAD includes the prevention of cardiovascular events and relief of symptoms--most commonly intermittent claudication (IC). Both require treatment of the causes and consequences of atherothrombosis, but some strategies are more effect...

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