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2019 Annual Meeting ePosters

 


 
1. REASONS PEDIATRIC ATHLETES CONTINUE TO PLAY AFTER CONCUSSION
Aaron J. Zynda, BS, CCRP; Meagan J. Sabatino, BA; Jane Chung, MD; Munro Cullum, PhD; Shane M. Miller, MD

 
2. HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE FOLLOWING ADOLESCENT SPORTS-RELATED CONCUSSION OR FRACTURE: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
Kelly F. Russell, PhD; Erin Selci, BSc; Brian Black, MD; Michael Ellis, MD

 
3. THE RELATIONSHIP OF ACETABULAR AND FEMORAL VERSION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERIACETABULAR OSTEOTOMY
Andrea M. Spiker, M.D.; Kara G. Fields; Alexandra Wong, BS; Ernest L. Sink, MD

 
4. FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT INSURANCE COVERAGE TRENDS IN RECENT YEARS: A COHORT BASED ANALYSIS
Jeffrey J. Nepple, MD; Arya Minaie, BS; James Ross; Ljiljana Bogunovic, MD; John Clohisy

 
5. PREVENTING INJURY IN YOUTH ATHLETES (PRIYA)
Neeru Jayanthi, MD

 
6. TUCK JUMP ASSESSMENT AS AN INDICATOR OF PREVIOUS UPPER EXTREMITY INJURY
Jeff W. Barfield, MS, CSCS; Gretchen D. Oliver, PhD, FACSM, ATC

 
7. THE UTILITY OF STABILITY AND TEAR LOCATION IN A CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR DISCOID MENISCUS SURGICAL PLANNING
Brian W. Yang, BA; Catherine Logan; Kathryn Williams, MS; Frances Tepolt, MD; Nikolaos Paschos, MD, PhD; Mininder S. Kocher, MD MPH

 
8. MENISCUS REPAIR VERSUS DEBRIDEMENT FOR MENISCAL TEARS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS – PREDICTORS FOR TREATMENT BASED ON DEMOGRAPHICS
Lauren Agatstein, BA, MA; Alton W. Skaggs, BS; Matthew J. Brown, MD; Nicole Friel, MD MS; Brian Haus, MD

 
9. DEFINING A SAFE ZONE FOR ALL INSIDE LATERAL MENISCUS REPAIRS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS: A MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING STUDY
Jennifer Beck, MD; Kendall Shifflett, BS; Danielle Greg, MD; Edward Ebramzadeh, PhD; Richard E. Bowen, MD

 
10. THE RATE OF MENISCUS TEARS IN ASSOCIATION WITH ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURIES INCREASES WITH AGE
Melissa Christino, MD; S. Clifton Willimon, MD; Crystal Perkins, MD; Belinda Schaafsma, BS; Michael Busch, MD

 
11. OUTCOMES OF BIOABSORBABLE FIXATION OF OSTEOCHONDRAL INJURIES IN THE PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT KNEE
Shawn Nguyen, Do; Katie L. Fletcher, BS; John A. Schlechter, DO

 
12. OCD-LIKE DISTAL FEMORAL LESIONS IN CHILDREN WITH BLOUNT DISEASE: WHAT IS THE CLINICAL RELEVANCE?
Flo Edobor-Osula, MD, MPH; Tamir Bloom; Ciaxia Zhao, MD; Cornelia Wenokor, MD; Sanjeev Sabharwal, MD, MPH

 
13. FLEXOR HALLUCIS LONGUS TENOLYSIS/TENOSYNOVECTOMY IN DANCERS
Elizabeth I. Barchi, MD; Donald Rose, MD; Stephanie Swensen, MD; Tracy Espiritu-McKay, DO

 
14. SINGLE-LEG HOP PERFORMANCE IS A PREDICTOR FOR PATIENT-REPORTED OUTCOMES FOLLOWING A LOWER EXTREMITY INJURY
Janet E. Simon, PhD, AT; Jae Yom; Dustin R. Grooms, PhD

 
15. PATELLAR HEIGHT: COMPARISON OF MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES AND CORRELATION WITH OTHER PATHOANATOMIC MEASURES OF PATELLAR INSTABILITY
Sheeba M. Joseph, MD, MS; Christopher Cheng, BS; Matthew J. Solomito, PhD; J. Lee Pace, MD

 
16. DEVELOPMENT OF A CONCISE LOWER EXTREMITY PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE TEST SET FOR A RETURN TO SPORT DECISION MAKING IN PEDIATRIC POPULATIONS
 

 
17. BMI INCREASES AFTER ACL-RECONSTRUCTION IN ADOLESCENTS
Regina Hanstein, PhD; Noah Kirschner; Christine Moloney, PA; Eric Fornari, MD

 
18. OUTCOMES OF ARTHROSCOPIC BANKART REPAIR IN THE PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT POPULATION: HIGH RATES OF FAILURE
Nirav K. Pandya, MD; Jonathan Kramer, MD

 
19. CONTINUED CLAVICULAR GROWTH DURING ADOLESCENCE AND EARLY ADULTHOOD
Jessica Hughes, MD; Peter Newton, MD; Tracey Bastrom, MA; Andrew Pennock, MD

 
20. THE DISCRIMINATE ABILITY OF THE PEDIATRIC ADOLESCENT SHOULDER SURVEY (PASS)
Tracey Bastrom, MA; Andrew Pennock, MD; Eric W. Edmonds, MD, FAOA

 
21. EXPLORING COACH PERCEPTIONS OF YOUTH SPORT SPECIALIZATION: A COMPARISON OF THE HIGH SCHOOL AND CLUB SPORT CONTEXTS
Justin S. DiSanti, M.S.; Eric G. Post, PhD, ATC; David Bell, PhD, ATC; Dan Schaefer, MS; M. Alison Brooks, MS; Timothy A. McGuine, PhD ATC; Karl T. Erickson, Ph.D.

 
22. SESAMOID INJURIES IN PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT ATHLETES PRESENTING TO SPORTS MEDICINE CLINIC
Andrea Stracciolini, MD, Marina G. Gearhart, BA, Greggory P. Kobelski, BS; Bridget W. Dahlberg, MPH, Cynthia J. Stein MD, MPH, Dai Sugimoto PhD, ATC

 
23. USE OF A WASHER DOES NOT AFFECT THE RATE OF IMPLANT REMOVAL OR ELBOW MOTION AFTER FIXATION OF MEDIAL EPICONDYLE FRACTURES
Neeraj M. Patel, MD, MPH, MBS; Christopher R. Gajewski, BA; Anthony M. Ascoli, BS; J. Todd Lawrence, MD

 
24. COMPARISON OF POSTOPERATIVE PAIN SCORES AND MEDICATION USAGE BETWEEN THREE PAIN CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR PEDIATRIC ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) SURGERY
John F. Lovejoy III, MD; Lisgelia Santana, MD; Alfred Atanda Jr., MD; David Mandel, MD; Jason Day, BS; Gary M. Kiebzak, PhD

 
25. TIBIAL TUBERCLE FRACTURES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Daniel B. Haber, MD; Frances Tepolt, MD; Michael McClincy, MD; Leslie Kalish, Sc.D; Mininder S. Kocher, MD MPH

 
26. RE-TEAR AND RE-OPERATION RATES FOR PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION
Nirav K. Pandya, MD

 
27. ARTICULAR CARTILAGE THICKNESS OF THE PEDIATRIC KNEE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CARTILAGE IMPLANTATIONS
Audrey Rustad, BS; Nicolas G. Anchustegui; Stockton Troyer; Cooper Shea, Bs; Aleksei Dingel, Bs; Kevin Shea, MD

 
28. PEDIATRIC ACL RECONSTRUCTION: DOES THE FEMORAL PEEK IMPLANT CAUSE TUNNEL WIDENING?
Lydia Saad; Guy Grimard; Marie-Lyne Nault, MD

 
29. DISTAL ULNA PHYSEAL ARREST FOLLOWING DISTAL FOREARM FRACTURES IN CHILDREN
Trevor J. Shelton, MD, MS; J. Ryan Taylor, MD, MPH; Lauren Agatstein, BA, MA; Andrea Bauer, MD, MPH; Brian Haus, MD