Julie E Adams
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Medicine – Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN, USA | University of Tennessee College of Medicine - Chattanooga, ...
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Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Medicine – Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN, USA
University of Tennessee College of Medicine - Chattanooga, Erlanger Orthopaedic Institute, 975 East 3rd Street Suite C 225, Chattanooga, TN 37403, USA. Electronic address:
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic Health System, Austin, MN
Mayo Clinic Health System, Austin, Minnesota.
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic Health System, Austin, MN, USA
Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
From the Mayo Clinic, Austin, MN (Dr. Adams) and Hand Surgery Associates, Mumbai, India (Dr. Habbu).
Mayo Clinic, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, 200 First St. SW, Rochester, MN 55905, USA
Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, 2512 South 7th Street Suite R200, Minneapolis, MN 55454 USA.
From the Mayo Clinic, Austin MN, and Rochester, MN (Dr. Adams), St. Joseph’s Health Centre, London, Ontario, Canada (Dr. King), Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN (Dr. Steinmann), and Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL (Dr. Cohen).
University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN
Julie E Adams MD Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Competing interests: none
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; and Institute for Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery, Mumbai, India
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, and the HealthPartners Institute for Medical Education Hand Surgery Fellowship, St. Paul, MN
Director, Hand Rehabilitation Foundation Philadelphia, PA
Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Chief, Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery, Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, New York
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, 200 First Street SW, Rochester, MN 55905, USA
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Philadelphia Hand Center, Thomas Jefferson University, King of Prussia, PA
Associate Professor, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Graduate School, Rochester, Minnesota
Philadelphia Hand Center and Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN, USA
From the *Department of Orthopedic Surgery; and the †Division of Biostatistics, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 55905, USA.
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA
Julie E Adams: Influence Statistics
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Prominent publications by Julie E Adams
Rotator Cuff Repair Using an Acellular Dermal Matrix Graft: An In Vivo Study in a Canine Model
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PURPOSE: Large rotator cuff tears present a challenge to orthopaedic surgeons. Because tissue may be insufficient or of inadequate quality to undergo repair, a variety of materials have been used as adjuncts. Human dermal tissue may be processed to render it acellular, and thus less immunogenic, but with the extracellular matrix left intact, creating a collagen scaffold with favorable characteristics. Because of these traits, use in rotator cuff repair was proposed.
METHODS: A canine ...
|Known for Cuff Repair | Canine Model | Dermal Matrix | 6 Weeks | Vivo Study|
Percutaneous Release of the A1 Pulley: A Cadaver Study
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PURPOSE: Percutaneous release of the A1 pulley has been used for treatment of trigger fingers with success. However, lack of direct visualization raises concerns about the completeness of the release and about potential injury to the tendons or neurovascular structures. The purpose of this study was to assess the efficacy and safety of percutaneous release of the A1 pulley in a cadaveric model using a commonly available instrument, a #15 scalpel blade.
METHODS: Fourteen fresh frozen ...
|Known for Percutaneous Release | Trigger Finger | Orthopedic Procedures | Longitudinal Scoring | Disorder Adult|
Change in the Distance From the Axillary Nerve to the Glenohumeral Joint With Shoulder External Rotation or Abduction Position
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BACKGROUND: This study investigated whether axillary nerve (AN) distance to the inferior border of the humeral head and inferior glenoid would change while placing the glenohumeral joint in different degrees of external rotation and abduction.
METHODS: A standard deltopectoral approach was performed on 10 fresh-frozen cadaveric specimens. The distance between AN and the inferior border of the humeral head and inferior glenoid while placing the shoulder in 0°, 45°, and 90° of external ...
|Known for Axillary Nerve | External Rotation | Inferior Glenoid | Shoulder Joint | ° Abduction|
Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Capitellum: A Review of the Literature and a Distal Ulnar Portal
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Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) of the humeral capitellum most commonly affects young athletes engaged in sports that repetitively stress the elbow. It is characterized by localized injury of subchondral bone of the humeral capitellum. To determine the best treatment option for OCD in young athletes, it is important to differentiate between stable and unstable OCD lesions. Stable lesions can be treated with rest, whereas unstable lesions, as well stable lesions that do not respond to ...
|Known for Osteochondritis Dissecans | Stable Lesions | Humeral Capitellum | Distal Ulnar | Young Athletes|
First carpometacarpal joint arthritis is a common condition encountered by hand surgeons. Traditionally, surgical approaches have included arthrodesis, trapeziectomy or reconstructive arthroplasty techniques. Previously, we described a technique for arthroscopic debridement and interposition arthroplasty of the first carpometacarpal joint. Patients with Eaton stages II and III symptomatic first carpometacarpal joint arthritis recalcitrant to >6 months of non-operative therapy underwent ...
|Known for Carpometacarpal Joint | Interposition Arthroplasty | Arthroscopic Debridement | Patients Eaton | Hand Surgeons|
Osteoarthritis of the elbow: Results of arthroscopic osteophyte resection and capsulectomy
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Primary osteoarthritis of the elbow involves formation of bony spurs, loose bodies, and capsular contracture. This article presents the results of an arthroscopic technique for treatment of elbow arthritis in a series of patients. A retrospective chart review identified 41 patients with primary osteoarthritis in 42 elbows who underwent arthroscopic osteophyte resection and capsulectomy and who had more than 2 years of follow-up. Preoperative motion, pain, and Mayo Elbow Performance Index ...
|Known for Primary Osteoarthritis | Mayo Elbow | Osteophyte Resection | Heterotopic Ossification | Loose Bodies|
The Essex-Lopresti lesion, or radioulnar longitudinal dissociation, results from an axial load to the forearm with injury to the radial head and disruption of the interosseous membrane and the distal radioulnar joint. Unfortunately, an appreciation of the true extent of injury is not always realized in the acute setting, and patients present later with persistent or new reports of forearm discomfort and wrist and elbow pain. Reconstruction of the central band of the interosseous membrane ...
|Known for Interosseous Membrane | Lopresti Injury | Joint Dislocations | Radial Head | Central Band|
A series of 103 acute fractures of the coronoid process of the ulna in 101 patients was reviewed to determine their frequency. The Regan-Morrey classification, treatment, associated injuries, course and outcomes were evaluated. Of the 103 fractures, 34 were type IA, 17 type IB, ten type IIA, 19 type IIB, ten type IIIA and 13 type IIIB. A total of 44 type-I fractures (86%) were treated conservatively, while 22 type-II (76%) and all type-III fractures were managed by operation. At ...
|Known for Coronoid Process | Ulna Fractures | Internal Humans Motion | Radial Head | Treatment Injuries|
Shoulder arthroplasty in Olmsted County, Minnesota, 1976-2000: A population-based study
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Because little information is currently available on the epidemiology of shoulder arthroplasty, this study was designed to evaluate the characteristics of patients undergoing this procedure and changes in practice patterns. Residents of Olmsted County, Minnesota, who underwent shoulder arthroplasty between 1976 and 2000 were identified (98 residents, 112 procedures). A relatively lower initial rate of shoulder arthroplasty was followed by a statistically significant steady increase (P < ...
|Known for Shoulder Arthroplasty | Olmsted County | 98 Residents | Aged Minnesota | Replacement Female|
Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament Injuries: A Retrospective Review of Treatment and Outcomes in 82 Wrists
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PURPOSE: To compare outcomes of treatment for scapholunate instability between acute (< 6 wk from injury) and chronic (> 6 wk) injuries, between complete and partial tears, and among surgical techniques; identify risk factors for surgical failure; and compare ligament reconstruction with repair with or without capsulodesis in the chronic period.
METHODS: We performed a retrospective chart review of 82 primary scapholunate interosseous ligament surgeries, with median follow-up of 150 ...
|Known for Ligament Injuries | Retrospective Review | Scapholunate Interosseous | Outcomes Treatment | Surgical Techniques|
Scaphoid fractures and nonunions: diagnosis and treatment
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BACKGROUND: Scaphoid fractures are commonly seen in orthopedic practice. An organized and thoughtful approach to diagnosis and treatment can facilitate good outcomes. However, despite optimal treatment, complications may ensue. In the setting of nonunion or an avascular proximal pole, vascularized bone grafting may be needed.
METHODS AND RESULTS: In this article we review the literature regarding these injuries and describe an approach to diagnosis, treatment, and management of scaphoid ...
|Known for Scaphoid Fractures | Ununited Humans | Treatment Management | Vascularized Bone Grafting | Sensitivity Specificity|
Most studies on shoulder arthroplasty include a diverse group of patients presenting to a tertiary care center. Little information is available regarding outcomes in a community setting. We reviewed 98 residents (110 shoulders) of Olmsted County, Minnesota who had shoulder arthroplasties from 1976 to 2000. There were 65 total shoulder arthroplasties and 45 humeral head replacements. The most common indications were osteoarthritis for total shoulder arthroplasties (48/65) and acute ...
|Known for Shoulder Arthroplasty | Humeral Head | 10year Survival Rate | Neer Ratings | External Rotation|
First dorsal interosseous muscle contraction results in radiographic reduction of healthy thumb carpometacarpal joint
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INTRODUCTION: Hand therapists selectively strengthen the first dorsal interosseus (FDI) to stabilize arthritic joints yet the role of the FDI has not yet been radiographically validated.
PURPOSE: To determine if FDI contraction reduces radial subluxation (RS) of the thumb metacarpal (MC).
METHODS: Fluoroscopy was used to obtain true anterior-posterior radiographs of non-arthritic CMC joints: 1) at rest, 2) while stressed and 3) while stressed with maximal FDI contraction. Maximal FDI ...
|Known for Radiographic Reduction | Thumb Carpometacarpal | Muscle Contraction | Fdi Subluxation | Cmc Joint|
Forearm longitudinal instability results from an axial load to the forearm with fracture or dislocation of the radial head and disruption of the interosseous membrane and that of the distal radioulnar joint. Patients may present in the acute or chronic setting with radioulnar instability as manifested by persistent or new forearm discomfort and wrist and elbow pain. Reconstruction of the interosseous membrane has been described to restore longitudinal forearm stability. We describe ...
|Known for Interosseous Membrane | Longitudinal Instability | Radial Head | Reconstruction Forearm | Wrist Pain|
HYPOTHESIS/BACKGROUND: Coronoid fractures have traditionally been described by the Regan-Morrey classification system, based upon lateral plain film radiographs. However, use of computer tomography (CT) scans to determine fracture morphology, define associated injuries, and make treatment plans is now commonplace. In addition, it is increasingly recognized that classification systems based upon plain film imaging studies may not be adequate to describe complex fracture patterns. The ...
|Known for Coronoid Fractures | Elbow Trauma | Fracture Patterns | Tomography Scans | Humans Imaging|
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Julie E Adams:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichJulie E Adamshas direct influence:Interposition arthroplasty, Elbow arthritis, Elbow arthroscopy, Interosseous membrane, Shoulder arthroplasty, Coronoid fractures, Percutaneous release, Carpometacarpal joint.
Julie E Adams:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Julie E Adams has influence:Elbow arthroscopy, Rotator cuff, Shoulder arthroplasty, Radial head, Scaphoid fractures, Porous tantalum, Interosseous membrane.
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