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Fotios Tjoumakaris, MD

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Distal biceps rupture: The coil sign
  2. Levels of evidence in the clinical sports medicine literature: Are we getting better over time?
  3. Chondroprotection and the prevention of osteoarthritis progression of the knee: A systematic review of treatment agents
  4. Functional results following surgical repair of simultaneous bilateral quadriceps tendon ruptures.
  5. Arthroscopic lysis of adhesions for the stiff total knee: Results after failed manipulation
  6. Arthroscopic and Open Posterior Instability Repair in NFL Linemen
  7. There is no need to avoid resistance training (weight lifting) until physeal closure.
  8. Eminence-based medicine versus evidence-based medicine: when can the athlete with a sprained ankle return to play?
  9. Eminence-based medicine versus evidence- based medicine: Is anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction optimally performed with the double-bundle techniq 05B4 ue?
  10. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in patients aged > 40 years: A case-control study
  11. Shoulder instability in the contact or collision athlete
  12. Humerus fractures at a regional trauma center: An epidemiologic study
  13. Comparison of arthroscopic osteochondral substitute grafting and remplissage 05B4 for engaging Hill-Sachs lesions
  14. 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
  15. Fixation strategies to prevent screw cut-out and malreduction in proximal humeral fracture fixation
  16. Knee sports injury is associated with an increased prevalence of unilateral knee replacement: a case-controlled study.
  17. The evaluation of arthroscopic remplissage by high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging
  18. 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.
  19. Neuralgic amyotrophy (Parsonage-Turner syndrome)
  20. Suprapatellar pouch ganglion cyst managed with arthroscopic excision: a case report.