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Jonas L. Matzon, MD

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999 Route 73
Greentree Road
Marlton,, NJ 08053

(800) 321-9999

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Risk Factors for Ulnar Nerve Instability Resulting in Transposition in Patients with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
  2. Incidence of hardware removal following volar plate fixation of distal radius fracture
  3. Finger stiffness after fracture
  4. Routine use of locking shaft screws is not necessary in volar plate fixation of distal radius fractures
  5. Single-incision Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Comminuted Trapezium Fractures with Distal Radius Cancellous Autograft
  6. Radiographic Stage Does Not Correlate with Symptom Severity in Thumb Basilar Joint Osteoarthritis
  7. Clinical differentiation of upper extremity pain etiologies
  8. Regarding "Distal peripheral neuropathy after open and arthroscopic shoulder surgery: Anunder-recognized complication"
  9. Elevated hemoglobin A1C levels correlate with blood glucose elevation in diabetic patients following local corticosteroid injection in the hand: A prospective study
  10. Distal peripheral neuropathy after open and arthroscopic shoulder surgery: An under-recognized complication
  11. Flexor Tendon Injury, Repair and Rehabilitation
  12. Considerations in the radiologic evaluation of the pregnant orthopaedic patient
  13. Agreement among ASES members on the AAOS clinical practice guidelines
  14. Common anomalous muscles encountered during upper extremity surgery
  15. A stepwise algorithm for surgical treatment of type II displaced pediatric phalangeal neck fractures
  16. Collateral ligament laxity of the finger metacarpophalangeal joints: An in vivo study
  17. Distal interphalangeal joint bony dimensions related to headless compression screw sizes
  18. Hardware-related complications after dorsal plating for displaced distal radius fractures
  19. Persistent fracture line after scaphoid fracture fixation
  20. Hand surgery after an episode of disproportionate pain and disability