Dr. Norman Y Otsuka M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon301 East 17th Street Nyu Hospital For Joi New York NY, 10003
Dr. Norman Otsuka is an orthopaedic surgeon practicing in New York, NY. Dr. Otsuka specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, diseases and disorders of the bodys musculoskeletal system. As an orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Otsuka tends to bones, ligaments, muscles, joints, nerves and tendons. Orthopaedic surgeons can specialize in certain areas like the hand, spine, hip, foot and ankle, shoulder and elbow or the knee.
Education and Training
Mc Master Univ- Sch Of Med- Hamilton- Ont- Canada 1988
Orthopaedic SurgeryAmerican Board of Orthopaedic SurgeryABOS
- Fracture of the patella following total knee arthroplasty.
- Pediatric elbow dislocation associated with a milch type I lateral condyle fracture of the humerus.
- Magnetic resonance arthrography in children with developmental hip dysplasia.
- Utilization of a murine model to investigate the molecular process of transphyseal bone formation.
- Accessory soleus muscle as a cause of resistance to correction in congenital club foot: a case report.
- A 30 year functional follow-up of a neglected congenital clubfoot in an adult: a case report.
- Cellular contribution of bone graft to fusion.
- Osteolytic reaction to polylevolactic acid fracture fixation.
- Fungal osteomyelitis of the distal femoral epiphysis.
- [Biomechanical properties of bioabsorbable cannulated screws for surgical fixation of dislocated epiphysiolysis capitis femoris].
- Recurrence of varus deformity after proximal tibial osteotomy in Blount disease: long-term follow-up.
- Complications of tibial osteotomies in children with comorbidities.
- "Intramuscular psoas lengthening improves dynamic hip function in children with cerebral palsy" by Novacheck et al.
- A novel orthosis for the treatment of clubfoot.
- Growth rates in skeletally immature feet after triple arthrodesis.
- Midshaft clavicle fractures associated with atlantoaxial rotatory displacement: a report of two cases.
- Peripheral circulation in patients with myelodysplasia.
- Skeletal maturity in myelomeningocele.
- Splitting of the common peroneal nerve by an osteochondroma: two case reports.
- Scapular winging in young athletes.
- Osteochondromas of the talus presenting as intraarticular loose bodies: report of two cases.
- A metatarsal equivalent to the metacarpal index in Marfan syndrome.
- Calcaneocuboid fusion in children undergoing talectomy.
- Function and well-being in ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.
- Body mass index in patients with slipped capital femoral epiphysis.
- The assessment of acetabular index: is there still a place for plain radiography?
- The Ilizarov method for the treatment of resistant clubfoot: is it an effective solution?
- Body mass index and Blount disease.
- Case report: biceps tenosynovial rice bodies.
- Advanced skeletal maturity in ambulatory cerebral palsy patients.
- Wound complications from idiopathic clubfoot surgery: a comparison of the modified Turco and the Cincinnati treatment methods.
- Body mass index in ambulatory cerebral palsy patients.
- Health-related quality of life outcomes improve after multilevel surgery in ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.
- Gillette Gait Index as a gait analysis summary measure: comparison with qualitative visual assessments of overall gait.
- The influence of arterial flow on capillary refill in pediatric lower extremity.
- Relationship between parental PODCI questionnaire and School Function Assessment in measuring performance in children with CP.
- The association between capillary refill time and arterial flow in the pediatric upper extremity.
- Bimalleolar ankle fracture in an adolescent with tillaux fracture.
- Static and dynamic gait parameters before and after multilevel soft tissue surgery in ambulating children with cerebral palsy.
- The role of the first metarsocuneiform joint in juvenile hallux valgus.
- Increased medial tibial slope in teenage pediatric population with open physes and anterior cruciate ligament injuries.
- Use of radioisotope bone scans in children with obscure foot pain.
- Shoulder arthrodesis for treatment of flail shoulder in children with polio.
- Stress fractures of the lateral rays in the cavovarus foot: indication for surgical intervention.
- Hip flexion contracture and diminished functional outcomes in cerebral palsy.
- Posterior fusion for Scheuermann's kyphosis.
- What's new in pediatric orthopaedics.
- Does pediatric body mass index affect surgical outcomes of lower-extremity external fixation?
- A Predictive Risk Index for 30-day Readmissions Following Surgical Treatment of Pediatric Scoliosis.
- The Effect of Body Mass Index on Postoperative Morbidity After Orthopaedic Surgery in Children With Cerebral Palsy.
- Prognostic Value of the Radiologic Appearance of the Navicular Ossification Center in Congenital Talipes Equinovarus.
- Assessing the Rates, Predictors, and Complications of Blood Transfusion Volume in Posterior Arthrodesis for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
- The Etiology of Cam-type Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Cadaveric Study.
- What's New in the Orthopaedic Treatment of Cerebral Palsy.
- The Relationship between the School Function Assessment (SFA) and the Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) in Ambulatory Patients with Cerebral Palsy.
- Tarsal Coalitions--Calcaneonavicular Coalitions.
- Moral Dilemmas in Pediatric Orthopedics.
- Association between body mass index-for-age and slipped capital femoral epiphysis: the long-term risk for subsequent slip in patients followed until physeal closure.
- Septic shoulder presenting as a shoulder dislocation in the pediatric patient: a case report.
- In Children with Supracondylar Humeral Fractures, Crossed Pins Increased Fracture Stability Compared with Lateral Pins.
- The dopamine D1 receptor: partial purification of a digitonin-solubilized receptor-guanine nucleotide binding complex.
- Dopamine D1 receptors characterized with [3H]SCH 23390. Solubilization of a guanine nucleotide-sensitive form of the receptor.
- Extra-articular triplane fracture of the distal tibial epiphysis.
- A case of fracture of a ceramic head in total hip arthroplasty.
- Subcapital fracture of the hip after internal fixation of an intertrochanteric fracture. A case report.
- An arthroscopic technique for the reduction and fixation of tibial-eminence fractures.
- Intramedullary nailing versus plate fixation for unstable forearm fractures in children.
- Delayed diagnosis of a glenohumeral joint dislocation in a child with developmental delay.
- The effect of comorbidity and duration of nonunion on outcome after surgical treatment for nonunion of the humerus.
- Follow-up study of arthroscopic reduction and fixation of type III tibial-eminence fractures.
- Postlaminectomy and postirradiation kyphosis in children and adolescents.
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