Trauma
1. Longer Length of Stay Increases 1-year Readmission Rate in Patients Undergoing Hip Fracture Surgery

Tom J. Crijns; Tyler Caton; Teun Teunis; Jacob T. Davis; Kindra McWilliam-Ross; David Ring; Hugo B. Sanchez

Volume 6, Issue 6 , November 2018, , Pages 492-500

Abstract
  Background: Proximal femur fractures are prevalent among the elderly and associated with substantial morbidity,mortality, and early readmission. Early readmission is gaining popularity as a measure of quality of hospital care and canlower reimbursement. A better understanding of the patient and treatment ...  Read More

2. A Slightly Dorsally Tilted Lunate on MRI can be Considered Normal

Anne-Carolin Doring; Celeste L. Overbeek; Teun Teunis; Stéphanie J.E. Becker; David Ring

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 348-352

Abstract
    Background: Abnormal angulation of the lunate can be an indication of intercarpal pathology. On magnetic resonance images (MRIs) the lunate often looks dorsally angulated, even in healthy wrists. The tilt on individual slices can also be different and might be misinterpreted as pathological, contributing ...  Read More

3. Soluble Mediators in Posttraumatic Wrist and Primary Knee Osteoarthritis

Teun Teunis; Michiel Beekhuizen; Gerjo V.M. Van Osch; Arnold H. Schuurman; Laura B. Creemers; L. Paul van Minnen

Volume 2, Issue 3 , September 2014, , Pages 146-150

Abstract
  Background:  New discoveries about the pathophysiology changed the concept that all forms of osteoarthritis are alike; this lead to the delineation of different phenotypes such as age, trauma or obese related forms. We aim to compare soluble mediator profiles in primary knee and posttraumatic ...  Read More