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Research

At the Kaiser San Francisco Bay Area Foot and Ankle Residency Program, residents are expected to complete at least one quality manuscript during their three years of residency training. Additional manuscripts are strongly encouraged. With the guidance of knowledgeable and experienced attendings and the assistance of Kaiser Division of Research, research can be a very educational and rewarding experience.

Residency Publications, Presentations, and Research

SF Bay Area Podiatry Research Publications

2017-18 Highlights

Published Articles

Three-Year morbidity and mortality rates after nontraumatic transmetatarsal amputation. Adams BE, Edlinger JP, Ritterman Weintraub ML, and Pollard JD. J Foot Ankle Surg 2018 online Jul 10.

Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis for treatment of ankle fractures in high-risk patients. Irina Bazarov, Jason Kim, Johanna Richey, Joseph Dickinson, and Graham A. Hamilton. J Foot Ankle Surg 2018, May-Jun;57(3):494-500.

Arthroscopic-assisted open reduction internal fixation. Clinic in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Graham A. Hamilton, Matthew D. Doyle, Francesca M. Castellucci-Garza. April 2018 Volume 35, Issue 2, Pages 199–221.

Melanoma of the foot is associated with advanced disease and poorer survival. Barbara E. Adams, Peter D. Peng, Mitzi L. Williams. J Foot Ankle Surg 2018. January–February, 57(1): 52–55.

Manuscript Presentations

Third Screw Fixation Versus Suture Endobutton for Transverse Plane Instability in the Modified Lapidus Arthrodesis: A Retrospective Comparative Study. – Matthew Doyle, ACFAS 2018

Poster Presentations

Early protected weight bearing in patients who underwent open reduction and internal fixation with syndesmotic screw fixation: A retrospective case review. Francesca Castellucci-Garza and Matthew Doyle, ACFAS 2018 and East Bay Medical Educations Research and Scholarship Symposium

Metatarsal Fracture among Postmenopausal Women after Initiation of Bisphosphonate Therapy – Tenaya West, East Bay Medical Educations Research and Scholarship Symposium

Short term effect of percutaneous tendo-achilles tenotomy on radiographic changes in patients with midfoot charcot neuroarthropathy. Francesca Castellucci-Garza East Bay Medical Educations Research and Scholarship Symposium

Microorganisms associated with osteomyelitis of the foot and ankle. King, Doyle, Castellucci-Garza, Williams. East Bay Medical Educations Research and Scholarship Symposium

Three-year Morbidity and Mortality rates after a non-traumatic transmetatarsal amputation. Adams, Edlinger, Pollard, East Bay Medical Educations Research and Scholarship Symposium

Awards

Early protected weight bearing in patients who underwent open reduction and internal fixation with syndesmotic screw fixation: A retrospective case review. – Francesca Castellucci-Garza and Matthew Doyle
3rd place Poster Competition, ACFAS 2018

Melanoma of the foot is associated with advanced disease and poorer survival – Yaseer Parupia
1st place, Kaiser Foot & Ankle Summit

Osseous and soft tissue complications associated with foot and ankle surgery in patients with rheumatoid arthritis taking a variety of anti-rheumatic medications – Colten Dougherty
2nd place, Kaiser Foot & Ankle Summit

Revision total ankle arthroplasty: Success and survivorship – Francesca Castellucci-Garza
3rd place, Kaiser Foot & Ankle Summit

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