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Pedro K. Beredjiklian, MD

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925 Chestnut Street
5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Clinical Faceoff: Distal Biceps Rupture: Operative Versus Nonoperative Treatment
  2. Reliability of the Soong Classification for Volar Plate Position
  3. A Comparison of Two Sterile Solution Application Methods During Surgical Preparation of the Hand
  4. Hand dominance and common hand conditions
  5. Auxiliary proteins that facilitate formation of collagen-rich deposits in the posterior knee capsule in a rabbit-based joint contracture model
  6. Risk Factors for Ulnar Nerve Instability Resulting in Transposition in Patients with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
  7. Tailoring tendon transfer surgery and rehabilitation for a musician: A case study
  8. Blocking collagen fibril formation in injured knees reduces flexion contracture in a rabbit model
  9. Finger stiffness after fracture
  10. Measurement of the radiographic anatomy of the small and ring metacarpals using computerized tomographic scans
  11. Incidence of hardware removal following volar plate fixation of distal radius fracture
  12. Basal joint arthroplasty decreases carpal tunnel pressure
  13. Management of radial head fracture with elbow dislocation
  14. Considerations in the radiologic evaluation of the pregnant orthopaedic patient
  15. Radiographic Stage Does Not Correlate with Symptom Severity in Thumb Basilar Joint Osteoarthritis
  16. Agreement among ASES members on the AAOS clinical practice guidelines
  17. Matrix-specific anchors: A new concept for targeted delivery and retention of therapeutic cells
  18. Elevated hemoglobin A1C levels correlate with blood glucose elevation in diabetic patients following local corticosteroid injection in the hand: A prospective study
  19. Hardware-related complications after dorsal plating for displaced distal radius fractures
  20. Utility of MRI for diagnosing complete tears of the collateral ligaments of the metacarpophalangeal joints of the lesser digits