Residents and Fellows Research Night Conference
First place: Anatomic Evaluation of the Obturator Branch to the Gracilis Muscle to Optimize its use as a Free Functional Muscle Transfer for Elbow Flexion Reanimation. Bilal Mahmood MD; Danielle Marshall BA; Scott Wolfe MD; Steve Lee MD; Duretti Fufa MD.Hospital for Special Surgery.
Second Place:Mapping the Proximal Scaphoid and Proximal Hamate for Goodness of Fit. Anastassia Newbury MD; Alex McIntyre BS; Dawn-Marie Swahn RT; Kimberly Orozco BA; Anthony Sapienza MD.NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases.
Third Place: The Prevalence of a Septated First Dorsal Compartment Among Patients with and without DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis: An In Vivo Anatomical Study. Bryan Beutel MD; Matthew Doscher MD; Charles Melone MD.Mount Sinai Beth Israel.
First place: Success of Scaphoid Nonunion is independent of proximal pole vascularity. MorganSwanstrom, MD, Rancy SK, Edward DiCarlo, MD, Daryl Sneag, MD, Hollis Potter, MD, Steve K. Lee MD, Scott W. Wolfe, MD. Hospital for Special Surgery.
Second Place: Use of the Skin Pie-Crusting Technique in Upper and Lower Extremity Trauma: A Biomechanical Study and Case Series. John T. Capo, MD, Frank Liporace, MD, Sergio A. Glait MD, John Yingling DO, Ferris M. Pfeiffer, PhD, Tyler A. Dailey, MD, Brett D. Crist, MD, David A. Volgas, MD, Gregory J. Della Rocca, MD. Jersey City Medical Center.
Third Place: Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendon Anatomy May Mimic Tears. John Erickson, MD, Ariel Kwart, BA, Eitan Melamed, MD, S. Steven Yang, MD. NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases.