Duke Residents well-represented at the 2016 Southern Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting

We would like to recognize the following residents who will be presenting research, or have their research presented, at the SOA Annual Meeting this weekend in Naples, FL:

Andrew MatsonAndrew P. Matson, MD:

  1. Harley & Betty Baxter Resident Award: Obesity Predicts Lower Risk Of Wound Complications Following Open Reduction And Internal Fixation Of Ankle Fractures
  2. Percutaneous Treatment Of Unstable Scaphoid Waist Fractures


Brian Nickel

Brian T. Nickel, MD:

  1. Quartets Of Elastic Stable Intramedullary Nails In Pediatric Femur Fractures
  2. Lingering Hips: Bariatric Surgery Prior To Total Hip Arthroplasty


Matthew Crawford2


Matthew Crawford, MD: Ethnic Variation In Appearance Concerns In Patients With Idiopathic Scoliosis



Travis DekkerTravis J. Dekker, MD:

  1. Subtalar Arthrodesis In Patients With Avascular Necrosis Of The Talus
  2. Ankle And Adjacent Joint Motion After Total Ankle Replacement


Joey Kavolus


Joseph J. Kavolus, MD, MSCR: Intellectual Stimulation And Other Self-Reported Factors Influencing Resident Fellowship Choices





Lindsay T. Kleeman, MD: Impact Of Timing To Revision Of A Metal-On-Metal Hip Bearing





Mitchell R. Klement, MD (presented by Brian T. Nickel, MD): Enhanced Recovery Pathway After TKA: Decreased Length Of Stay, Increased Satisfaction




Kendall E. Bradley, MD: Tranexamic Acid Versus Aminocaproic Acid In Joint Arthroplasty: A RCT



William Byrd


William A. Byrd, MD: Culture Duration In Periprosthetic Joint Infection: One Versus Two Weeks



Beau Kildow


Beau J. Kildow, MD (presented by Nathan L. Grimm, MD): Comparison of MRI Measurements Between Male and Female First Time Patellar Dislocators

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