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Matthew S. Austin, MD

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925 Chestnut Street
5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(267) 339-3500
(800) 321-9999 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Modular Polyethylene Inserts for Total Knee Arthroplasty: Can Surgeons Detect 1-mm Thickness Increments?
  2. Blood management after total joint arthroplasty in the United States: 19-year trend analysis
  3. Aspirin Is as Effective as and Safer Than Warfarin for Patients at Higher Risk of Venous Thromboembolism Undergoing Total Joint Arthroplasty
  4. Metaphyseal bone loss in revision knee arthroplasty
  5. Medicare fails to compensate additional surgical time and effort associated with revision arthroplasty
  6. What Is the Level of Evidence Substantiating the Medicare Local Coverage Determinations?
  7. Bacterial Contamination in Tips of Electrocautery Devices During Total Hip Arthroplasty
  8. Two-stage exchange hip arthroplasty: Articulating spacers
  9. Revision total knee arthroplasty in the young patient: Is there trouble on the horizon?
  10. Operative Environment
  11. A systematic review of open reduction and internal fixation of periprosthetic femur fractures with or without allograft strut, cerclage, and locked plates
  12. Head computed tomography is not useful for evaluating patients change in mental status following total joint arthroplasty
  13. Revision knee arthroplasty for bone loss: Choosing the right degree of constraint
  14. Revision total knee arthroplasty using metaphyseal sleeves at short-term follow-up
  15. Pulmonary embolism after total joint arthroplasty: Cost and effectiveness of four treatment modalities
  16. Hip pain in the young, active patient: surgical strategies.
  17. Differing effects of denosumab and alendronate on cortical and trabecular bone
  18. Operative environment
  19. Negative pressure wound therapy is associated with resolution of incisional drainage in most wounds after hip arthroplasty
  20. Swab cultures are not as effective as tissue cultures for diagnosis of periprosthetic joint infection