Sidney M. Jacoby, MD

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

(800) 971-4263

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Evaluation and Management of Sleep Disorders in the Hand Surgery Patient
  2. Interosseous membrane reconstruction with a suture-button construct for treatment of chronic forearm instability
  3. Risk factors predicting revision surgery after medial epicondylectomy for primary cubital tunnel syndrome
  4. Interobserver Agreement of the Eaton-Glickel Classification for Trapeziometacarpal and Scaphotrapezial Arthrosis
  5. Predicting Revision Following in Situ Ulnar Nerve Decompression for Patients with Idiopathic Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
  6. Variables Prognostic for Delayed Union and Nonunion Following Ulnar Shortening Fixed with a Dedicated Osteotomy Plate
  7. PIP fusion
  8. Geographic and age-based variations in medicare reimbursement among ASSH members
  9. Complications following partial and total wrist arthroplasty: A single-center retrospective review
  10. Assessment of decisional conflict about the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, comparing patients and physicians
  11. Perceptions of emergency medicine residency and hand surgery fellowship program directors in the appropriate disposition of upper extremity emergencies
  12. Scaphoid nonunion: Surgical fixation with local nonvascularized bone graft (open)
  13. Kienbock’s disease
  14. Mini-open versus extended open release for severe carpal tunnel syndrome
  15. Four-corner arthrodesis with a radiolucent locking dorsal circular plate: technique and outcomes
  16. Distal radius volar locking plate design and associated vulnerability of the flexor pollicis longus
  17. Little Finger carpometacarpal arthroplasty technique and result in 3 cases
  18. The incidence of postoperative flare reaction and tissue complications in Dupuytren’s disease using tension-free immobilization
  19. Treatment preferences for trigger digit by members of the American Association for Hand Surgery
  20. Radiographic loss of contact between radial head fracture fragments is moderately reliable