Direct Impact

Concepts for which RUSSELL A HIBBS has direct influence:

fusion operation
congenital dislocation
vertebral tuberculosis
claw foot
progressive spinal deformities
dorsal region
diseased joints

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which RUSSELL A HIBBS has influence:

seventh cervical vertebra
anomalous spinous process
spinal column
bony thorax
probable nature
scapular arch
congenital malformation

Prominent publications by RUSSELL A. HIBBS

KOL-Index: 10 The cases reported herewith are from the service of the New York Orthopedic Dispensary and Hospital.Of these twenty-two cases of fracture-dislocation of the spine, one was in the cervical region, two were in the dorsal region, two in the dorsolumbar region, and seventeen in the lumbar region. Of the last named, eleven were of the fifth lumbar vertebra.There was a definite history of severe ...
Known for
Cervical Region | Herewith | Lumbar Vertebra | York Orthopedic Dispensary
KOL-Index: 7
KOL-Index: 5 Deformities which develop in consequence of permanent damage to the muscles of the spine from anterior poliomyelitis are among the most difficult with which the orthopedic surgeon has to deal, and I know of no means which can be depended on to prevent their progress. Plaster jackets and braces can, at best, only retard the development of deformity.It has seemed to me practical, therefore, in ...
Known for
Permanent Damage | Potts | Poliomyelitis Fusion | Deformities Spine
KOL-Index: 5 The term "claw foot" is generally accepted to mean a foot with exaggerated arch, prominent metatarsals and hammer toe, with corns on the toes, and callosites on the sole of the foot over the distal end of the metatarsals.The cause of this deformity may be either a limit to dorsal flexion, or an impairment of the intrinsic muscles of the foot from paralysis, or both. In cases in which there ...
Known for
Muscle Bound Feet | Foot Exaggerated | Metatarsals Toes | Arch Hammer
KOL-Index: 3 In these 210 cases of vertebral tuberculosis, the patients were operated on at the New York Orthopedic Hospital in the period of January, 1911, to January, 1915, so that at this date, June, 1918, seven years have elapsed since the earliest and three and one-half years since the latest patient was operated on. This is a sufficient length of time to make possible a fair estimate of the ...
Known for
Earliest One-Half | Braces | Elimination Motion | Tuberculosis Operated
KOL-Index: 3 Russell Hibbs (Fig. 1) was born, the last of ten children, in a small town in Kentucky. After graduation from Vanderbilt University, he attended the University of Louisville for two years and obtained a medical degree. After a period of general practice in rural Texas, he went to New York to continue his education. One year later, he was appointed superintendent and house surgeon at the New ...
Known for
York Orthopedic
KOL-Index: 3 A careful study of my failures in the treatment of congenital dislocation of the hip has convinced me that some of those failures were due to anteversion deformity of the head and neck of the femur which was not recognized before operation.A certain number of those cases have since been treated with complete success by the method to be described.Anteversion of the head and neck of the femur ...
Known for
Anteversion Head | Femur Recognized | Failures Congenital

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