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John M. Bednar, MD

Contact Dr. Bednar

834 Chestnut Street
Ben Franklin House, Suite G114
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(800) 971-4263

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Internal fixation of distal metacarpal fractures: New uses for an old plate
  2. Lunatocapitate and triquetrohamate arthrodeses for degenerative arthritis of the wrist
  3. Arthroscopic treatment of triangular fibrocartilage complex injuries
  4. Midcarpal instability
  5. Arthroscopic reduction and internal fixation of scapholunate ligament injuries
  6. Internal derangement of the wrist: Indirect MR arthrography versus unenhanced MR imaging
  7. Limitations of MR imaging in the diagnosis of peripheral tears of the triangular fibrocartilage of the wrist
  8. When can lateral epicondylitis be termed a "workplace disorder"?: A guide for diagnosis and treatment
  9. Arthroscopic treatment of triangular fibrocartilage tears
  10. Workers compensation: Effect of state law on treatment cost and work status
  11. The treatment of hand fractures by the application of casts and splints
  12. Arthroscopic repairs of triangular fibrocartilage complex tears.
  13. X-rays and imaging studies--a baseline review for the therapist.
  14. The role of arthroscopy in the treatment of traumatic triangular fibrocartilage injuries
  15. Equipment malfunction in common hand surgical procedures: Complications associated with the pneumatic tourniquet and with the application of casts and splints
  16. Clinical and pathologic studies of twenty-six patients with penetrating foreign body injury to the joints, bursae, and tendon sheaths
  17. Dynamic computerized tomography of the occiput-atlas-axis complex in trauma patients with odontoid lateral mass asymmetry
  18. The effects of demineralized bone matrix and direct current on an 'in vivo' culture of bone marrow cells
  19. Bipolar femoral endoprosthesis: A study correlating component movement with clinical outcome
  20. Prosthetic nerve grafts: a resorbable tube as an alternative to autogenous nerve grafting.
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