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Gerald R. Williams, MD

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Philadelphia, PA 19107

(800) 321-9999

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Venous air embolism: An under-recognized and potentially catastrophic complication in orthopaedic surgery
  2. Subscapularis tendon tears: A common sonographic finding in symptomatic postarthroplasty shoulders
  3. All-Arthroscopic Biceps Tenodesis by Knotless Winding Suture
  4. Outcomes of arthroscopic repair of panlabral tears of the glenohumeral joint
  5. Inter- and intraobserver reliability of the radiographic diagnosis and treatment of acromioclavicular joint separations
  6. Glenoid bone loss in primary total shoulder arthroplasty: Evaluation and management
  7. Defining functional shoulder range of motion for activities of daily living
  8. Intermediate outcomes following percutaneous fixation of proximal humeral fractures
  9. Polyethylene wear in retrieved reverse total shoulder components
  10. Clavicle fracture with thoracic penetration and hemopneumothorax but without neurovascular compromise
  11. Is reverse shoulder arthroplasty a reasonable alternative for revision arthroplasty?
  12. Total shoulder arthroplasty in older patients: Increased perioperative morbidity?
  13. Total Shoulder Arthroplasty-Indications, Technique, and Results
  14. Agreement study of radiographic classification of rotator cuff tear arthropathy
  15. Prevalence and projections of total shoulder and elbow arthroplasty in the United States to 2015
  16. Plasticity of muscle architecture after supraspinatus tears
  17. Commercial liquid bags as a potential source of venous air embolism in shoulder arthroscopy
  18. Fatal venous air embolism during shoulder arthroscopy: A case report
  19. Acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular injuries and clavicular, glenoid, and scapular fractures.
  20. Exercise following a short immobilization period is detrimental to tendon properties and joint mechanics in a rat rotator cuff injury model