Publications by authors named "Jadie E De Tolla"

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Imaging Evaluation of Medial and Lateral Elbow Pain: Acute and Chronic Tendon Injuries of the Humeral Epicondyles.

Semin Musculoskelet Radiol 2021 Aug 27;25(4):589-599. Epub 2021 Oct 27.

Department of Radiology, New York University Grossman School of Medicine, New York University, New York, New York.

Medial and lateral elbow pain are often due to degenerative tendinosis and less commonly due to trauma. The involved structures include the flexor-pronator tendon origin in medial-sided pain and the extensor tendon origin in lateral-sided pain. Multimodality imaging is often obtained to verify the clinically suspected diagnosis, evaluate the extent of injury, and guide treatment decisions. Image-guided procedures can provide symptom relief to support physical therapy and also induce tendon healing. Surgical debridement and repair are typically performed in refractory cases, resulting in good to excellent outcomes in most cases. In this article, we review and illustrate pertinent anatomical structures of the distal humerus, emphasizing the structure and contributions of the flexor-pronator and extensor tendon origins in acute and chronic tendon abnormalities. We also discuss approaches to image-guided treatment and surgical management of medial and lateral epicondylitis.
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August 2021

Necrotizing Infections of the Hand and Wrist: Diagnosis and Treatment Options.

J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2020 Jan;28(2):e55-e63

From the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

Necrotizing infections of the hand and wrist are important clinical entities because of their rapidly progressive and potentially lethal nature. These infections encompass a spectrum of diseases with overlapping signs and symptoms, which can be subtle and nonspecific. If the brief prodromal period of these infections goes unrecognized, a local area of devitalized tissue can evolve into fulminant infection, multiorgan failure, and potentially death. Early recognition and treatment including administration of broad-spectrum antibiotics and surgical d├ębridement are paramount to improving patient outcomes.
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January 2020
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