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Matthew D. Pepe, MD

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2500 English Creek Avenue
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

(800) 321-9999

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Distal peripheral neuropathy after open and arthroscopic shoulder surgery: An under-recognized complication
  2. Distal biceps rupture: The coil sign
  3. Arthroscopic lysis of adhesions for the stiff total knee: Results after failed manipulation
  4. Short-/intermediate-term outcomes after medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction in the treatment of chronic lateral patellofemoral instability
  5. Humerus fractures at a regional trauma center: An epidemiologic study
  6. Short-/intermediate-term outcomes after medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction in the treatment of chronic lateral patellofemoral instability.
  7. Eminence-based medicine versus evidence-based medicine: It's okay for 12-year-old pitchers to throw curveballs; it's the pitch count that matters
  8. Eminence-based medicine versus evidence-based medicine: it's okay for 12-year-old pitchers to throw curveballs; it's the pitch count that matters.
  9. Hemiarthroplasty versus reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for acute proximal humerus fractures in elderly patients
  10. Surgical treatment of os acromiale with and without associated rotator cuff tears
  11. Accuracy and Reliability of Torque Wrenches Used for Halo Application in Children
  12. Nonoperative treatment of common shoulder injuries in athletes
  13. The effect of articular malposition after total shoulder arthroplasty on glenohumeral translations, range of motion, and subacromial impingement
  14. Rotation of the clavicular portion of the pectoralis major for soft-tissue coverage of the clavicle: An anatomical study and case report
  15. Erratum: A comparison of various angles of halo pin insertion in an immature skull model (Spine (1999) 24 (1777-1780))
  16. Well-leg compartment pressures during hemilithotomy position for fracture fixation
  17. A comparison of various angles of halo pin insertion in an immature skull model
  18. A comparative evaluation of halo pin designs in an immature skull model
  19. The significance of the three volar spaces in forearm compartment syndrome: A clinical and cadaveric correlation
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