Bryan Nestor, M.D. Publications

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Extramural Professional Responsibilities:

  1. ASEAN Orthopaedic Association / AAPS Instructional Course Program
    (Association of Southeast Asian Nations and American Academy of Orthopaedic
    Surgeons) October 2006.
  2.  Journal Reviewer: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2005 to Present.
  3. Orthopaedic Research Society Abstract Reviewer for 2007 Meeting
  4.  Journal Reviewer: Journal of Arthroplasty 2009.

Presentations:

  1.  American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. Fourth Annual Summer Meeting.
    July 21-24, 1988. “Radiologic Anatomy of the Painful Bunionette”.
  2. Mid-America Orthopaedic Association. Seventh Annual Meeting. April 24-29, 1989.
    “Radiologic Anatomy of the Painful Bunionette”.
  3. Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Ninth Annual Meeting. April 24-28, 1991.
    Un cemented Staged Reconstruction Following Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty”.
  4. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Fifty-Ninth Annual Meeting February
    20-25, 1992. “Surgical Stabilization for Posterolateral Instability of the Elbow”.
    Washington, D.C.
  5. The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Eighth Open Meeting February 23, 1992.
    “Surgical Stabilization for Posterolateral Instability of the Elbow”. Washington, D.C.
  6. The Second Annual African Congress of Rheumatology. October 16, 1995. “Shoulder
    and Elbow Surgery in Rheumatoid Arthritis”. Tunis, Tunisia.
  7. The Hospital for Special Surgery Grand Rounds. December 1, 1985. “Osteolysis:
    The Silent Epidemic”. New York, N.Y.
  8.  Co-Chairman, “Surgical Arthritis Update” CME Course. Cornell University Medical
    College and The Hospital for Special Surgery. October 19,1996. New York, N.Y.
  9. North American Traveling Fellows at The Hospital for Special Surgery. October 9,
    1996. “Quantitative Analysis of Monocyte Response to Particulate Debris: A
    Question of Synergy”. Charlotte, North Carolina.
  10.  National Orthopaedic Surgery Fellows Foundation Research Grant Awards Workshop.
    November 3-4, 1996. “Quantitative Analysis of Monocyte Response to Particulate
    Debris: A Question of Synergy”. Charlotte, North Carolina.
  11. Hospital for Special Surgery Alumni Association 78th Annual Meeting. A Quantitative
    Analysis of Monocyte Response to Particulate Debris: A Question of Synergy”. New
    York, N.Y. November 7-8, 1996.
  12. ASG Travelling Fellows Lecture Series. “Murine Macrophage Uptake of Total Joint
    Arthroplasty Particulates: A Flow Cytometric Assay”. The Hospital for Special
    Surgery. New York, N.Y. March 12, 1997.
  13.  Cornell University College of Medicine. Lecture to Medical School.
    “Musculoskeletal Physical Diagnosis”. New York, N.Y. March 13, 1997.
  14. Update in Musculoskeletal Medicine for the Health Care Provider in Asian American
    Communities. “Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Degenerative Joint
    Diseases”. The Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, N.Y. May 21, 1997.
  15.  Advances in Total Knee Arthroplasty Mini-Course. “Total Knee Arthroplasty in
    Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis “. The Hospital for Special Surgery. New York, N.Y.
    June 6, 1997.
  16. III Congreso de la Asociacion Centroamericana Caribe Andina de Rheumatologia.
    August 30- September 1, 1997. “Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in Rheumatoid
    Arthritis”. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  17. Orthopaedic Research Society. 44th Annual Meeting. March 16-19, 1998. A
    Quantitative Flow Cytometric Assay of Murine Macrophage Uptake of Particulate
    Debris”. New Orleans, LA.
  18. Orthopaedic Research Society. 44th Annual Meeting. March 16-19,1998. “The Role
    of Cell Surface Receptors in Particulate Debris Uptake by Murine Macrophages”.
    New Orleans, LA.
  19.  ASG Traveling Fellows Lecture Series. “The Role of Cell Surface Receptors in Particulate
    Debris Uptake by Murine Macrophages”. The Hospital for Special Surgery.
    New York, N.Y. April 17, 1997.
  20.  Total Knee Replacement Conference. Baptist Center for Medical Education, Baptist
    Hospital. Nashville, TN. May 1-2, 1998.
  21. Amil International Congress of Visiting Surgeons. The Hospital for Special Surgery.
    New York, N.Y. May 6, 1998.
  22. Contemporary Issues Related to Blood Loss in Orthopaedics. “HSS Experience with
    Blood Loss in Total Hip and Total Knee Replacements: Current Management”. Santa
    Barbara, CA, May.
  23. HSS Rheumatology Network Symposium Series. Osteoarthritis: The Most Common
    Musculoskeletal Disorder. “The Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Patients with
    Osteoarthritis”. New York, N.Y. June 18, 1998.
  24. Contemporary Management Techniques in Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty. “Is
    There a Role for Hinged Total Knee Replacement?” The Sagamore, Lake George,
    NY. October 103, 1998.
  25. The New York Rheumatism Association Rheumatology Board Review Course.
    “Surgical Treatment of Arthritis.” New York, N.Y. October 4, 1998.
  26. HSS Rheumatology Network Symposium Series. “The Role of Surgery in the
    treatment of patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis: New York, N.Y. October 28, 1998.
  27. Hospital for Special Surgery Alumni Association so” Annual Meeting. “Particulate
    Debris and Cellular Response.” New York, N.Y. November 5-6, 1998.
  28.  Hospital for Special Surgery Grand Rounds. “Total Knee Replacement in Juvenile
    Rheumatoid Arthritis”. New York, N.Y. November 13,1998.
  29. Rotating Grand Rounds at Coney Island Hospital. “Update in Total Joint
    Replacement”. Brooklyn, New York. March 10,1999.
  30. Total Knee Replacement Course – Primary and Revision. Sao Paulo, Brazil. April 30
    – May 2, 1999.
  31. Update Your Medicine. Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. “Adult
    Orthopaedic Exam”. New York, N.Y. June 1999.
  32. The New York Rheumatism Association Rheumatology Board Review Course.
    “Surgical Treatment of Arthritis”. New York, N.Y. October 8 -10, 1999.
  33.  Hospital for Special Surgery Alumni Association 81 st Annual Meeting. Symposium:
    Prosthetic Wear 1999 “The Biological Problem”. New York, N.Y. November 4 – 5,
    1999.
  34. Hospital for Special Surgery Grand Rounds “Cell Particle Interaction in Osteolysis:
    The Ying and the Yang.” December 10,1999.
  35. Update Your Medicine. Weill Medical College of Cornell University. “Adult
    Orthopaedic Exam”. New York, N.Y. June 2000.
  36. The New York Rheumatism Association Rheumatology Board Review Course.
    “Surgical Treatment of Arthritis.” New York, N. Y. September 2000.
  37. Hospital for Special Surgery Rheumatology Grand Rounds. “Update on Surgery in
    Arthritic Disorders. ” New York, N. Y . January 31, 2001.
  38. Orthopaedic Research Society 47th Annual Meeting. “The Role ofTNF
    Polymorphisms in Osteolysis. San Francisco, CA. February 25-28,2001.
  39. European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology.
    “Inhibition of Cytokines: A Novel Mechanism in Wear Debris Induced Osteolysis.”
    Rhodes, Greece. June 1-7,2001.
  40. The New York Rheumatism Association Rheumatology Board Review Course.
    “Surgical Treatment of Arthritis and Management of Ambulatory Conditions.” New
    York, NY. September 2001.
  41. The Comprehensive Approach to Total Joint Arthroplasty 3rd Annual Symposium.
    “Total Knee Arthroplasty Surgical Review.” Hospital for Special Surgery. New York,
    N.Y. Apri16, 2002.
  42. Update Your Medicine. Weill Medical College of Com ell University. “Adult
    Orthopaedic Exam.” New York, N.Y. June 2002.
  43. The New York Rheumatism Association Rheumatology Board Review Course.
    “Surgical Treatment of Arthritis and Management of Ambulator Conditions.” New
    York, N.Y. October 4-6,2002.
  44. Insall Traveling Fellowship. “Is There Still a Role for Osteotomy About the Knee?”
    Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, N.Y. October 15, 2002.
  45. Hospital for Special Surgery Alumni Association 84th Annual Meeting Symposium:
    New Directions in Knee Arthroplasty. “Biological Issues with Wear.” New York,
    N.Y. November 7,2002.
  46. Surgical Treatment of Arthritis. The New York Rheumatism Association
    Rheumatology Board Review Course. New York, N.Y. September 13,2003.
  47. Surgical Treatment of Osteoarthritis. What’s New in 2003?” Charles Christian
    Symposium: Today’s Options for Osteoarthritis Management, New York, N.Y.
    November 22,2003.
  48. Surgical Treatment of Osteoarthritis. What’s New in 2003?” Osteoarthritis Update:
    The Most Common Musculoskeletal Disease. Hospital for Special Surgery, New
    York, N.Y. November 19,2003.
  49. Total Elbow Replacement. Lenox Hill Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds.
    June 5, 2003.
  50. Ryan M, Nestor B, Padgett D, Pellicci P, Salvati EA: Cemented Femoral Revision of
    Failed, Uncemented Femoral Components. Poster AAOS. San Francisco, CA 2004.
  51. Posterior Mini Incision in THR. Current Concepts in Adult Reconstruction: Steve
    Harwin, M.D. Course Chairman. Beth Israel North, New York, N.Y. May 2004.
  52. Total Elbow Replacement. Lennox Hill Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds.
    New York, N.Y. June 2004.
  53. Surgical Treatment of Arthritis. The New York Rheumatism Association
    Rheumatology Board Review Course. New York, N.Y. September 2004.
  54. Arthrodesis of the Hip Remains the treatment of Choice in the Adolescent with A VN
    after SCFE: No Other Options are Better. Hospital for Special Surgery Alumni
    Association 86th Annual Meeting, New York, N.Y. November 4-5, 2004.
  55. 16th Annual Holiday Total Knee & Hip Course. Richard S. Laskin, M.D., Course
    Chairman and Charles R. Clark, M.D. Co-Chairmen. “Implant Considerations to
    Maximize Motion During THR.” New York, N.Y. December 1,2004.
  56. 16th Annual Holiday Total Knee & Hip Course. Richard S. Laskin, M.D., Course
    Chairman and Charles R. Clark, M.D., Co-Chairmen. “The Synovial Fluid as a marker
    for Poly Wear.” New York, N.Y. December 1, 2004.
  57. 16th Annual Holiday Total Knee & Hip Course. Richard S. Laskin, M.D., Course
    Chairman and Charles R. Clark, M.D., Co-Chairmen. “Exchange Surgery for the hip:
    one versus two stages.” New York, N.Y. December 2,2004.
  58. 16th Annual Holiday Total Knee & Hip Course. Richard S. Laskin, M.D., Course
    Chairman and Charles R. Clark, M.D., Co-Chairmen. Moderator: Minimally Invasive
    Hip Replacement, New York, N.Y. December 1, 2004.
  59. Beth Israel South Grand Rounds. Posterior Mini-Incision Approach to Total Hip
    Replacement. New York, N.Y. December 16, 2004.
  60. 3rd Annual Orthopaedic Basic Science Review Course. Prosthetic Failure Mechanisms
    & Osteolysis. Weill Medical College of Com ell University. New York, N.Y. May 6-
    7,2005.
  61. Surgical Treatment of Arthritis. The New York Rheumatism Association.
    Rheumatology Board Review Course. New York, N.Y. September 9-11, 2005.
  62. Advances in Joint Replacement, Less is Better: Less WeariLess Invasive. Arthritis
    Foundation New York Chapter. New York, N.Y. October 26, 2005.
  63. Advances in Surgical Technology. James A. D’ Antonio, M.D. and Steve F. Harwin,
    M.D., Co-Chairmen. “Exchange Surgery for the Hip: One Versus Two Stages.” New
    York, N.Y. December 1-3,2005.
  64. Advances in Surgical Technology. James A. D’ Antonio, M.D. and Steve F. Harwin,
    M.D., Co-Chairmen. “Management of the Severe Varus Knee.” New York, N.Y.
    December 1-3, 2005.
  65. 1 ih Annual Holiday Total Knee Course. Richard S. Laskin, M.D., Course Chairman
    and Charles R. Clark, M.D., Co-Chairmen. “Is Osteolysis the Sleeping Giant of Knee
    Replacement?” New York, N.Y. December 7-9, 2005.
  66. 1 ih Annual Holiday Total Knee Course. Richard S. Laskin, M.D., Course Chairman
    and Charles R. Clark, M.D., Co-Chairmen. “Spacers during Two Stage Exchange:
    Fixed versus Mobile versus Prosthetic.” New York, N.Y. December 7-9,2005.
  67.  American College of Rheumatology: 2006 State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium.
    Clifton o. Bingham, M.D. and Robert Spiera, M.D., Course Chairmen. “Orthopaedics
    Year in Review.” Chicago, IL. April 8-9-2006.
  68. Advances in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Surgery and Recovery: An Interdisciplinary
    Approach. Edwin P. Su, M.D., Course Co-Chair. “Minimally Invasive THA.” New
    York, N.Y. April 28-29, 2006.
  69. 4th Annual Orthopaedic Basic Science Review Course. “Prosthetic Failure
    Mechanisms & Osteolysis.” Weill Medical College of Cornell University. New York,
    N.Y. May 506,2006.
  70. Surgical Treatment of Arthritis. The New York Rheumatism Association
    Rheumatology Board Review Course. New York, N.Y. September 8-10, 2005.
  71. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting of the 28th
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand.
    “Uncemented Total Hip Replacement.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23, 2006.
  72. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting ofthe zs”
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand.
    Symposia: “Femoral Osteotomy.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23,2006.
  73. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting of the zs”
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand. “One
    Stage versus Two Stages for Infected THR.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23,2006.
  74. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting of the 28th
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand. “Femoral
    Revision with Fully Porous Coated Implants.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23,
    2006.
  75. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting of the 28th
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand. “The
    Biology of Osteolysis.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23,2006.
  76. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting of the 28th
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand.
    “Alternative Bearings: Ceramic on Ceramic.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23,
    2006.
  77. 3rd Annual ASEAN/AAOS Instructional Course and Combined Meeting of the 28th
    Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand.
    “Posterior Mini-Incision in THR.” Pattaya, Thailand. October 20-23,2006.
  78. New York Hospital Presbyterian Health and Wellness Seminar; Arthritis Revisited:
    New Concepts for an Old Disease. “MIS Surgery in Total Hip and Knee Replacement:
    Current Perspective.” NYHP and Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New
    York, N.Y. October 31,2006.
  79. 5th Annual Symposium Orthopaedic Basic Science Review Course. “Prosthetic Failure
    Mechanisms and Osteolysis.” Weill Medical College of Cornell University. New
    York, N.Y. Mary 4-5, 2007.
  80. AAOS-SCCOT Internationals Education Program: “: Primary TKR Surgical
    Approaches Including MIS Techniques, Soft Tissue Balancing and Results.”
    Cartagena, Columbia. August 16, 2007.
  81. AAOS-SCCOT Internationals Education Program: “Infection in Total Joint
    Replacement – Implant Removal and Spacers.” Cartagena, Columbia. August 16,
    2007.
  82. AAOS-SCCOT Internationals Education Program: Osteolysis Update – Biology of
    Osteolysis.” Cartagena, Columbia. August 17,2007.
  83. AAOS-SCCOT Internationals Education Program: “Bearings in Total Joint
    Replacement – Ceramics.” Cartagena, Columbia. August 17,2007.
  84. AAOS-SCCOT Internationals Education Program: “Revision Total Knee Replacement
    – Exposure – Implant Removal.” Cartagena, Columbia. August 17,2007.
  85.  AAOS-SCCOT Internationals Education Program: “Challenges in Total Hip
    Replacement – Length of Stay/Clinical Pathways.” Cartagena, Columbia. August 18,
    2007.
  86. New York Rheumatism Association: “Surgical Treatment of Arthritis and Ambulatory
    Management. September 8,2007.
  87. Toulson C, Nestor B J, Lyman S, Backus S, Foote K, Hilstrom H, Windsor R,: MIS
    Midvastus vs. Standard Approach in TKR: A Prospective Randomized Double
    Blinded Comparison of Postoperative Strength and Functional Recovery in Patients
    undergoing Bilateral TKR. Podium Presentation. AAOS 75th Annual Meeting. San
    Francisco, CA. March 5-9, 2008.
  88. 6th Annual Orthopaedic Basic Science Review Course. Prosthetic Failure Mechanisms
    & Osteolysis. Weill Medical College of Com ell University. New York, N.Y. Oct.
    31-Nov.l, 2008.
  89. AAHKS: MIS Vs. Standard TKR: A Prospective Randomized Double Blinded Study
    Comparing Postoperative Strength and Functional Recovery. Nestor, Bryan J. M.D.,
    Foote, Kristin, Med, Backus, Sherry I, PT, DPT, MA, Lyman, Stephen, Ph.D.,
    Toulson, Charles E., M.D., Hillstrom, Howard, Ph.D., Windsor, Russell E., M.D.
    Dallas, Texas, Nov. i\ 2009.
  90. AAHKS: MRI in THA: A Prospective Blinded Comparison ofMRI with
    Histopathology of Tissues Retrieved at Revision. Manuel, Jacob B., M.D., Nestor,
    Bryan J., M.D., Perino, Giorgio, M.D., Purdue, Ed, Ph.D., Padgett, Douglas E., M.D.,
    Potter, Hollis, M.D., Dallas, Texas, Nov. 2010. Poster Presentation.
  91. 26th Annual Holiday Knee & Hip Course: Douglas Padgett, M.D. & Steven Haas,
    M.D., Co-Chairmen. Constraint in Primary THR: Needed to Ensure Mobility: “It’s
    All about Alignment.” New York, N.Y., Friday, Dec. 5,2014.
  92. 26th Annual Holiday Knee & Hip Course: Douglas Padgett, M.D. & Steven Haas,
    M.D. Co-Chairmen. The Femoral Side: “Role of Cylindrical Stems.” New York,
    N.Y., Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014.
  93. Controversies and State-of-the-Art Management of Knee Osteoarthritis: “Total Joint
    Replacement: Minimally Invasive or Standard?” New York, N.Y., Friday,
    March 28, 2014.
  94. AAHKS: Carli, A., Warth, L., de Mesy Bentley, K.L., Nestor, B.J.: Tritanium
    Primary Acetabular Components: Multiple Radiolucencies & Inferior Clinical Scores
    at Mid-Term Follow-Up. Dallas, Texas. Nov. 5-8,2015. Poster Presentation.
  95. EFORT: Carli, A., Warth, L., de Mesy Bentley, K.L., Nestor, BJ.: Short to Mid-term
    Follow-up ofTritanium Primary Acetabular Components: Multiple Radiolucencies and
    Inferior Clinical Scores. Geneva, Switzerland. June 1-3,2016. Podium Presentation

Abstracts:

  1. Rakshit, D., Nestor, B.J., Telford, W., Salmon, J., Sculco, T.P., (1998) The Role of
    Cell Surfaces Receptors in Particulate Debris Uptake by Murine Macrophages. Trans
    ORS 23(1):121.
  2. Rakshit, D., Nestor, BJ., Telford, W., Salmon, J., Sculco, T.P., (1998) A Quantitative
    Flow Cytometric Assay of Murine Macrophage Uptake of Particulate Debris. Trans.
    ORS 23(1):73.
  3.  Rakshit, D., Nestor, BJ., Telford, W., Salmon, J., Sculco, T.P., (2000) The Effect of
    Polymethylmethacrylate and Titanium on Trance Gene Expression. Trans ORS
    25(1):73.
  4. Sengupta, T., Rakshit, D., Nestor, B.J., Sculco T.P.(2000) Inhibition ofInterferon
    Signaling by Titanium Wear Debris. Trans. ORS 25(1): 597.
  5. Nestor, BJ., Redecca, P., Chol, J., Rakshit, D., Sengupta, T., Sculco, T.P., Kimberly,
    R.: (2001) TNF Promoter Region Polymorphisms and Their Relationship to
    Osteolysis. Trans ORS 26:957.
  6. Sengupta, T., Rakshit, D., Marzan, c., Sculco, T.P., (2001) The Effect of Titanium
    and Polymethylmethacrylate on Interferon Induced FC RI Expression. Trans ORS
    26:961.
  7. Rakshit, D., Nestor, BJ., Marzan, C., Sculco, T.P., Sengupta, T. (2001) The Effect of
    Titanium and Polymethylmethacrylate on Interferon Induced FC RI Expression.
    Trans ORS 26:961.
  8.  Rakshit, D., Nestor, B.J., Marzan, c., Sculco, T.P., Sengupta, T. (2001) Role ofp38
    MAP Kinase in Inhibition ofIL-6 Signaling by PMMA Particles. Trans ORS 26:4.
  9. Peersman, G., Nestor, B.J., Marzan, C., Rakshit, D., Sculco, T.P., Sengupta, T. (2001)
    Activation of JAKISTAT Signal Transduction Pathway by Alendronate: Novel
    Mechanism of Action. Trans ORS 26:42.
  10. Sengupta, T.K., Rakshit, D.S., Peersman, G., Nestor, BJ., Sculco, T.P., Laighold, S.
    (2001) Inhibition ofCytokines: Mechanism of Action of Implant Wear Debris. J.
    Bone and Joint Surg. Suppl II (Effort Orthopaedic Proceedings) 83B:161, 2001.
  11. Sengupta, T.K, Peersman, G., Nestor, B.J., Sculco, T.P., Rakshit, D.S., Marzan, C.
    Activation of JAK-STAT Signaling by Bisphosphonate. J Bone and Joint Surg.
    Suppl II (EFFORT Orthopaedic Proceedings) 83B:161, 2001.
  12. Rakshit, D.S., Marzan, C., Jacob-El, J., Nestor, BJ., Sculco, T.P., Sengupta, T.K
    (2002) Effect of MAP Kinase Inhibitors ofPMMA Mediated TNF-Alpha Gene
    Transcription. Trans ORS 27.
  13. Rakshit, D.S., Marzan, C., Jacob-El, J., Nestor, B.J., Sculco, T.P., Sengupta, T.K
    (2002) Inhibitory Effect ofInterleukin-6 on PMMA Mediated TNF-Alfa Gene
    Transcription. Trans ORS 27:
  14. Kwon, E., Sengupta, T.K., Rakshit, D.S., Nestor, B.J., Marzan, C., Sculco, T.P.,
    Greenspan, D. (2002) Activation of STAT Transcription Factors in Human PBMC’s
    by Particulate Bioglass 45S5. Trans ORS 27:
  15. Pearle, A., Scanzello, C., Wohlgemuth, J., Chan, A., Ly, N., Sculco, T.P., Crow, M.,
    Rakshit, D., Nestor, B.J. (2003) DNA Microarray Analysis ofInflammatory Pathway
    Activation in Mononuclear Cells Stimulated by Particles. Trans ORS 28:
  16. Pearle, A., Scanzello, C., Wohlgemuth, J., Chan, A., Woodward, R., Sculco, T.P,
    Crow, M., Rakshit, D., Nestor, BJ. (2003) Expression Patterns ofInflammatory
    Cytokines and Chemokines by Mononuclear Cells in Response to
    Methylmethacrylate. Trans ORS 28:
  17. Rakshit, D., Ly, K., Nestor, B.I., Shi, Y., Sculco, T.P. (2003) Inhibitory Effect of
    Titanium on IIL-I0 Mediated IAKISTAT Signal Transduction Pathway. Trans ORS
    28:
  18. Rakshit, D., Ly, K., Shi, Y., Nestor, B.I., Sculco, T.P. (2003) Inhibitory Effect of
    Interleukin 6 on PMMA Mediated COX-2 Gene Expression. Trans ORS 28:
  19. Cooksey, R., Campbell, D., Nestor, BJ., Bartel, D., Wright, T. (2003) Total Elbow
    Replacement: A Biochemical Analysis of the Anterior Flange. Trans ORS 28:
  20. Rakshit, D., Ly, K., Shi, Y., Nestor, BJ., Sculco, T.P.: Inhibitory Effect of
    Interleukin 6 on PMMA Mediated COX-2 Gene Expression. Transactions Orth Res.
    Society 49th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Feb. 2-5, 2003.
  21. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Nestor, BJ., Sculco, T.P. Inhibitory Effect of Titanium on IL-
    10 Mediated IAKISTAT Signal Transduction Pathway. Transactions Orth. Res.
    Society 49th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Feb. 205, 2003.
  22. Pearle, A., Scanzello, C., Wohlgemuth, I., Chan, A., Ly, N., Sculco, T.P., Crow, M.,
    Rakshit, D., Nestor, B.I. DNA Microarray Analysis ofInflammatory Pathway
    Activation in Mononuclear Cells Stimulated by Particles. Transactions Orth. Res.
    Society 49th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Feb. 2-5, 2003.
  23. Pearle, A., Scanzello, C., Wohlgemuth, I., Chan, A., Woodward, R., Sculco, T.P.,
    Crow, M., Rakshit, D., Nestor, B.I.: Expression Patterns ofInflammatory Cytokines
    and Chemokines by Mononuclear Cells in Response to Polymethylmethacrylate.
    Transactions Orth. Res. Society 49th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Feb. 2-5,
    2003.
  24. Closkey, R., Campbell, D., Nestor, B.I., Bartel, D., Wright, T.: Total Elbow
    Replacement: A Biomechanical Analysis ofthe Anterior Flange. Transactions Orth.
    Res. Society 49th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Feb. 2-5,2003.
  25. Yun, A., Nestor, B.I., Scott, R.N.: The Significance ofIntercondylar Notch
    Resection on Future Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty. Poster AAOS, New Orleans,
    LA. Feb. 5-8,2003.
  26. The Role of Interleukins in Periprosthetic Osteolysis. 85th Annual Alumni Meeting,
    Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, N.Y. November 6-7,2003.
  27. Yang, x., Shi, Y., Nestor, B.I., Bostrom, MPG: The Role ofIl-6 in Bone Repair in
    A Mouse Model. Transactions Orth. Res. Society 50th Annual Meeting. San
    Francisco, CA. 2004.
  28. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Shi, Y., Nestor, B.I., Sculco, T.P.: IFN Inhibits Rankl and
    Polymethylmethacrylate Mediated Osteoclastogenesis in Murine Macrophages.
    Transactions Orth. Res. Society so” Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 2004
  29. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Shi, Y., Nestor, B.l., Sculco, T.P: Inhibition of Titanium and
    Polymethylmethacrylate Mediated Tumor Necrosis Factor Gene Expression by
    Interleukin10: Involvement of Stat-Dependent and Independent Pathways.
    Transactions Orth. Res. Society 50th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 2004.
  30. Shi, Y., Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Nestor, B.l., Sculco, T.P.: The Effect of Titanium
    Particles on Apoptosis of Osteoblast-like Cells. Transactions Orth. Res. Society 50th
    Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 2004.
  31. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Shi, Y., Purdue, E., Nestor, B.1., Sculco, T.P.: Regulation of
    Receptor Activator of Nf-kB Ligand and Polymethylmethacrylate Induced Signaling
    by Interferon in Human Monocytes/Macrophages. Transactions Orth. Res. Society
    50th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 2004.
  32. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Shi, Y., Purdue, E., Nestor, B.l., Sculco, T.P.: Inhibition of 11-
    6 Signaling and Stat Activation by Polymethylmethacrylate and Its Implication in
    Periprosthetic Osteolysis. Transactions Orth. Res. Society 51 st Annual Meeting.
    Washington, D.C., 2005.
  33. Liu, G., Nestor, B.l., Bostrom, M., Camacho, N.P. Infrared Fiber Optic Probe (Ifop)
    Evaluation of Cartilage Degeneration Correlates with Visual and Histological
    Grading of Cartilage. Transactions Orth. Res. Society 51 st Annual Meeting.
    Washington, D.C. 2005
  34. Della-Valle, A.M., Beksac, B., Anderson, 1.A., Nestor, B.1., Pellicci, P.M., Salvati,
    E.A.: Fatigue Fracture of a Modem Forged Cobalt Chrome Stem for Total Hip
    Arthroplasty. AAOS 72nd Annual Meeting Proceedings. Washington, D.C., 2005.
  35. Shi, Y., Yang, X., Nestor, B.1., Bostrom, MPG., Rakshit, D.S., Purdue, E., Sculco,
    T.P.: PMMA Increased Bone Destruction in Interleukin-6 Deficient Mice.
    Transactions Orth. Res. Society 52nd Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. March 19-22,
    2006.
  36. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Nestor, B.1., Sculco, T.P., Ivashkiv, L.B., Purdue, E.: Role of
    Syk Kinase in Titanium Mediated Inhibition ofIFN-y Signaling. Transactions Orth.
    Res. Society 52nd Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. March 19-22, 2006.
  37. Rakshit, D.S., Ly, K., Nestor, B.l., Sculco, T.P., Ivashkiv, L.B. and Purdue, E: Effect
    ofPMMA and Titanium on SOCS} and SOCS3 Expression in Osteoclast precursor
    cells. Transactions Orthopaedic Research Society 52nd Annual Meeting. Chicago,
    IL. March 19-22, 2006.
  38. Shi, Y., Daluski, A., Rakshit, D.S., Yang, X., Ly, K., Nestor, B.1., and Sculco, T.P.:
    The Cyclo-oxygenase-2 Inhibitor Celecoxib Inhibited Cell Proliferation and Induced
    Cell Apoptosis in Human Osteoblast-like Cell Lines. Transactions Orthopaedic
    Research Society 52nd Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. March 19-22, 2006.
  39. Grose, A.W., Nestor, BJ., Kahn, B.A., Figgie, M.P.: Outcome of a non-cemented
    Hip Stem in IRA Patients who Underwent Total Hip Arthroplasty. AAOS 73rd
    Annual Proceedings. Chicago,IL 2006.
  40. Shi, Y., Yang, X., Nestor, BJ., Bostrom, M., Camacho, N., Guiyangg, Li., Purdue,
    E., Sculco, T.P.: The Long-Term Histologic and FTIR Study on PMMA Particle
    Induced Osteolysis in Murine Intramedullary Implant Model. Ortho. Res. Society
    53rd Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. Feb. 11-14,2007.
  41. Hernandez-Soria, A., Xu, Y., Shi, Y., Ricciardi, B.B., Spevak, Nestor, B.l., Bostrom,
    M.: Fourier Transform Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy Detects The Role ofIL-6 in
    Bone Repair in a Mouse Model. Ortho. Res. Society 53rd Annual Meeting. San
    Diego, CA. Feb. 11-14,2007.
  42. Koulouvaris, P., Rakshit, D.S., Khan, L., Bostrom, M., Nestor, B.l., Sculco, T.P.:
    Expression Profiling Reveals Alternative Macrophage Activation and Impaired
    Osteogenesis in Periprosthetic Osteolysis. Ortho. Res. Society 53rd Annual Meeting.
    San Diego, CA. Feb. 11-14,2007.
  43. Miller, A., Su, E., Bostrom, M., Nestor, B.J., Padgett, D.: Ceramic Liner Malseating
    in Total Hip Arthroplasty. AAOS 74th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. Feb. 14-18,
    2007.
  44. Farrell, C.M., Gonzalez-Della Valle, A., Lyman, S., Foote, K., Nestor, B.J.:
    Cephalization of the Center of Rotation in Total Hip Replacement: A Role for
    Preoperative Templating. AAOS 74th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. Feb. 14-18,
    2007.
  45. Gulotta, L., Foote, K., Sculco, T.P., Lyman, S., Nestor, B.J.: Fast-Track THR: Two
    Day Length of Stay Protocol for Total Hip Replacement. AAOS 74th Annual
    Meeting. San Diego, CA. Feb. 14-18,2007.
  46. Evans, P., Lipman, J., Gortner, M., Nestor, B.J.: Examining the Effect ofImplant
    Design and Position on Hip Flexion of a Contemporary Hip Replacement.
    Orthopaedic Research Society 54th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. March 2-8,
    2008.
  47. Lee, S.S., Purdue, E., Rakshit, D.S., Shi, Y., Ly, K., Nestor, B.J., Sculco, T.P.,
    Salvati, E.A.: Involvement ofWNTIb-catenin signalin~ by Titanium Particles in
    Murine Osteoblasts. Orthopaedic Research Society 54t Annual Meeting. San
    Francisco, CA. March 2-8,2008.
  48. Toulson, C., Nestor, B.J., Lyman, S., Backus, S., Foote, K., Hilstrom, H., Windsor, R.
    MIS Midvastus vs. Standard Approach in TKR: A Prospective Randomized, DoubleBlinded
    Comparison of Postoperative Strength and Functional Recovery on Patients
    Undergoing Bilateral TKR. AAOS 75th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
    Mar. 5-9, 2008.
  49. AAHKS: MIS vs. Standard TKR: A Prospective Randomized Double Blinded
    Study Comparing Postoperative Strength and Functional Recovery. Nestor, Bryan J.,
    M.D., Foote, Kristin Med., Bakus, Sherry I., PT, DPT, MA, Lyman, Stephen, Pd.D.,
    Toulson, Chalres E., M.D., Hillstrom, Howard, Ph.D., Windsor, Russell, E., M.D.,
    Dallas Texas, Nov. 7th, 2009.
  50. AAHKS: MRI in THA: A Prospective Blinded Comparison ofMRI with
    Histopathology of Tissues Retrieved at Revision. Manuel, Jacob B., M.D., Nestor,
    Bryan J., M.D., Perino, Giorgio, M.D., Purdue, Ed., Ph.D., Padgett, Douglas E.,
    M.D., Potter, Hollis, M.D., Dallas, Texas 2010.
  51. International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty (lSTA) Annual Meeting:
    Tritanium Acetabular Components are Associated with a High Prevalence of
    Radiolucencies Which Compromise Clinical Function at Short Term Follow-Up.
    Vienna, Austria, Oct. 1,2015.
  52. AAHKS: Carli, A., Warth, L., de Mesy Bentley, K.L., Nestor, B.J.: Tritanium
    Primary Acetabular Components: Multiple Radiolucencies & Inferior Clinical Scores
    at Mid-Term Follow-Up. Dallas, Texas. Nov. 5-8,2015.
  53. EFORT: Carli, A., Warth, L., de Mesy Bentley, K.L., Nestor, B.J.: Short to Midterm
    Follow-up of Tritanium Primary Acetabular Components: Multiple
    Radiolucencies and Inferior Clinical Scores. Geneva, Switzerland. June 1-3, 2016.

Publications:

  1. Nestor, B.J.; Kitaoka, H.B.; Illstrup, D.; Berquist, T.; and Bergman, A.: Radiographic
    Anatomy of the Painful Bunionette. FOOT & ANKLE, 11 :6-11, 1990.
  2. Nestor, B.J.; O’Driscoll, S.; and Morrey, B.: Ligamentous Reconstruction for
    Posterolateral Rotatory Instability of the Elbow. J. Bone and Joint Surg., 74-A:1235-
    1241, September 1992.
  3. Nestor, B.J.; Hanssen, A.D.; Ferrer-Gonzalez, R.; and Fitzgerald, Jr., R.H.: The Use
    of Porous Prostheses in Delayed Reconstruction of Total Hip Replacements That
    Have Failed Because oflnfection. J. Bone and Joint Surg., 76-A:349-359, March
    1994.
  4. Sawayer, A.; Nestor, B.1.; and Friedman, S.: Closed Posteromedial Dislocation of the
    Tibiotalar Joint Without Fracture or Diastasis: A Case Report. FOOT & ANKLE,
    15:623, November 1994.
  5. Nestor, B.1.: Surgical Treatment of the Rheumatoid Elbow: An Overview.
    Rheumatic Disease Clinic of North America: Trends in Orthopaedic Surgery for
    Rheumatoid Arthritis, 24:83-99, 1998.
  6. Nestor, RJ.: Surgical Exposure in Revision Hip Arthroplasty. Seminars in
    Arthroplasty, 12:2, January 2001.
  7. Gonzalez Della-Valle, A.; Doty, S.; Gradl, G.; Labissiere, A.; and Nestor, B.J.: Wear
    of a Highly Cross Linked Polyethylene Liner Associated with Metallic Disposition on
    a Ceramic Femoral Head. J. Arthroplasty 19:523-536, June 2004.
  8. Potter, H.G.; Nestor, RJ.; Sofka, C.; Ho, S.T.; Peter, L.E.; Salvati, E.A.: Magnetic
    Resonance Imaging after Total Hip Arthroplasty: Evaluation of Peri prosthetic Soft
    Tissue. J. Bone and Joint Surg. Am. 2004 Sep;86-A(9):1947-54.
  9. Li, G.; Thomson, M.; DiCarlo, E.; Yang, X.; Nestor, B.1.; Bostrom, M.P.G.;
    Camacho, N.P.: A Chemometric Analysis for Evaluation of Early-Stage Cartilage
    Degradation by Infrared Fiber-Optic Probe Spectroscopy. Applied Spectroscopy.
    59(12):1527-1533, December 2005.
  10. Gonzalez Della-Valle, A.; Rana, A.; Nestor, RJ.; Bostrom, M.P.G.; Westrich, G.;
    Salvati, E.A.: Metallic Shedding Surface Finish Changes and Extensive Femoral
    Osteolysis in the loose Spectron EF Stern. Clin Ortho Relat Res. 442: 165-170, 2006.
  11. Gonzalez Della-Valle, A.; Becksac, B.; Anderson, J.; Wright, T.; Nestor, RJ.;
    Pellicci, P.M.; and Salvati, E.A.: Late Fatigue Fracture of a Modem Cemented
    Forged Cobalt Chrome Stern for Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Report of 10 cases.
    J. Arthroplasty 20:1084-1088,2005.
  12. Rakshit, D.S.; Ly, K.; Sengupta, T.K.; Nestor, RJ.; Sculco, T.P.; Ivashkiv, L.R;
    Purdue, P.E.: Wear Debris Inhibition of Anti-Osteoclastogenic Signaling by IL-6 and
    IFN-y: Mechanistic Insights and Implications for Periprosthetic Osteolysis. J. Bone
    and Joint Surg. Am. 2006 Apr; 88-A(4):788-799.
  13. Daluski, A.; Ramsey, KE.; Shi,Y.; Bostrom, M.P.G.; Nestor, B.J.; Martin, G.;
    Hotchkiss, R.; Stephan, D.A.: Cyclooxygenase-2 Inhibitors in Human Skeletal
    Fracture Healing. Orthopaedics 2006; 29-259-262.
  14. Padgett, D.E.; Lipman, J.; Robie, R; Nestor, B.1.: Influence of Total Hip Design on
    Dislocation. A compute Model and Clinical Analysis. Clin Orth ReI Res. 447:48-
    52,2006.
  15. Potter, H.G.; Foo, L.F.; Nestor, B.J.: What is the Role of Magnetic Resonance
    Imaging in the Evaluation of Total Hip Arthroplasty? HSS Journal. 2005; 1 :89-93.
  16. Boettner, F.; Su, E.; Nestor, B.J.; Azzis, B.; Sculco, T.P.; Bostrom, M.P.G.:
    Radiostereometric Analysis: The Hip. HSS Journal. 2005; 1 :94-99.
  17. Rakshit, D.S.; Lim, J.T.E.; Ly, K.; Ivashkiv, L.B.; Nestor, B.J.; Sculco, T.P.; Purdue
    E.: Involvement of Compliment Receptor 3 (CR3) and Scavenger Receptor in
    Macrophage Responses to Wear Debris. Journal of Orthopaedic Research. 2006;
    24:2036-2044.
  18. Bostrom, M.P.G.; Lehman, A.; Buly, R.L.; Lyman, S.; Nestor, B.J.: Acetabular
    Revision with the Contour Anti-Protrusio Cage: 2 to 5 year Follow-up. Proceedings
    of the Hip Society. Clin Ortho Relat Res. 453:188-194, 2006.
  19. Pearle, A.D.; Crow, M.K.; Rakshit, D.S.; Wohlgemuth, J.; Nestor, B.J.: Microarray
    Analysis of Inflammatory Genes Induced by Particles: Particle-Induced
    Inflammatory Pathways. Clin Ortho Relat Res. 458: 194-201,2007.
  20. Purdue, E.; Koulouvaris, P.; Potter, H.G.; Nestor, B.J.; Sculco, T.P.: The Cellular and
    Molecular Biology of Peri prosthetic Osteolysis. Clin Ortho ReI Res. 454:251-261,
    Jan. 2007.
  21. Scanzell, C.R.; Figgie, M.P.; Nestor, B.J.; and Goodman, S.: Perioperative
    Management of Medications Used in the Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis. HSS
    Journal 2006; Vol. 2:2:141-147.
  22. Purdue, E.; Koulouvaris, P.; Nestor, B.J.; and Sculco, T.P.: The Central Role of Wear
    Debris in Periprosthetic Osteolysis. HSS Journal 2006; Vol. 2:2:102-113.
  23. Koulouvaris, P.; Ly, K.; Ivashkiv, L.B.; Bostrom, M.P.G.; Sculco, T.P.; Purdue, E.:
    Expression Profiling Reveals Alternative Macrophage Activation and Impaired
    Osteogenesis in Periprosthetic Osteolysis. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 26(1):
    106-116; January 2008.
  24. Mayman, D.J.; Gonzalez Della-Valle, A.; Lambert, E.; Anderson, J.; Wright, T.;
    Nestor, B.J.; Sculco, T.P.; Salvati, E.A.: Late Fiber Metal Shedding of the First and
    Second-Generation Harris Galante Acetabular Component. A Report of 5 Cases. J.
    Arthroplasty Vol. 22:4624-626,2007.
  25. Gulotta, L.V.; Baldini, A.; Foote, K.; Lyman, S.; Nestor, B.J.: Femoral Revision with
    an Extensively hydroxyapatite-Coated Femoral Component. HSS Journal 2008; Vol.
    4:1:55-61.
  26. Miller, A.N.; Su, E.P.; Bostrom, M.P.G.; Nestor, B.J.; Padgett, D.E.: Incidence of
    Ceramic Liner Malseating in Trident Acetabular Shell. Clin Ortho Rel Res.
    467:1552-6,2009.
  27. Nestor, B.J.; Toulson, C.E.; Backus, S.L; Lyman, S.; Foote K.; Windsor, R.E.: Minimidvastus
    vs. Standard Medial Parapatellar Approach. A Prospective Randomized,
    Double Blinded Study in Patients Undergoing Bilateral Total Knee Arthroplasty. J.
    Arthroplasty. 2010 Sep;25(6 Supp):5-11.
  28. James, D.E.; Nestor, B.J.; Sculco, T.P.; Ivashkiv, L.B.; Ross, F.P.; Goldring, S.R.;
    Purdue, E.: The Relative Timing of Exposure to Pahgocystosable Particulates to
    Osteoclastogenic Cytokines is Critically Important in Determination of Myeloid Cell
    Fate. J. Immunol2010 Jul. 15;lS5(I2):1265-73.
  29. Schroeder, D.; Bomstein, L.; Bostrom, M.P.G.; Nestor, B.J.; Padgett, D.E.; Westrich,
    G.: Ceramic-on-Ceramic Total Hip Arthroplasty: Incidence ofInstability and Noise.
    Clin Ortho ReI Res. 2011 Feb;469(2):437-42.
  30. Gulotta, L.V.; Padgett, D.E.; Sculco, T.P.; Urban, M.; Lyman, S.; Nestor, BJ.: Fast
    Track THR: One Hospital’s Experience with a 2-Day Length of Stay Protocol for
    Total Hip Replacement. HSS Journal 2011 Oct;7(3):322-S.
  31. Burton, L.; Padgett, D.E.; Binder, N.B.; Bohnert, K.; Nestor, B.J.; Sculco, T.P.;
    Satambrogio, L.; Ross, F.P.; Golding, S.R.; Purdue, E.: Orthopaedic Wear Debris
    Mediated Inflammatory Osteolysis in Part by NALP3 Inflammasome Activation. J.
    Ortho Res. 2013 Jan;31(1):73-S0.
  32. Murakami, A.m.; Hash, T.W.; Hepinstall, M.S.; Lyman, S.; Nestor, B.J.; Potter, H.G.:
    MRI Evaluation of Rotational Alignment and Synovitis in Patients with Pain After
    Total Knee Replacement. J. Bone and Joint Surg. Bf. 2012 Sep;(94)9:1209-15.
  33. Robinson, M.; Bomstein, L.; Mennear, B.; Bostrom, M.P.G.; Nestor, B.J.; Padgett,
    D.E.; Westrich, G.: Effect of Restoration of Combined Offset on Stability of Large
    Head THR. Hip Int. 2012 May-June;22(3):24S-53.
  34. Burton, L.; Padgett, D.; Binder, NB,; Bohnert, K.;, Nestor, BJ.; Sculco, TP.;
    Santambrogio, L.; Ross, FP.; Goldring, SR.; Purdue, PE.: Orthopaedic Wear Debris
    mediated inflammatory osteolysis is mediated in part by NALP3 Inflammasome
    Activation. J. Orth. Res. 2013 Jan;31(1):73-S0.
  35. Wang, J. ;DiPietro,J. ;Bostrom,M.;N estor,B. ;Padgett,D., Westrich, G.: Clinical and
    Radiographic Outcomes with a Hydroxyapatite and Porous Coated Cup Design.
    Advances in Orthopaedic Surgery. Vol. 2014, Article ID 302969, 5 pages.
  36. Carli, A., Warth, L., de Mesy Bentley, K.L., Nestor, B.J.: Short-to-Midterm Followup
    of the Tritanium Primary Acetabular Component: A Cause for Concern. Journal of
    Arthroplasty. Publication Pending.

Book Chapters:

  1. Manning-Kloos, S., Nestor, B.I., and Figgie, M.P. (1999) Elbow Surgery and
    Rehabilitation. In: Rheumatologic Rehabilitation Series, Volume 5. Melvin & V.
    Gall (Eds.) The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. Bethesda,
    Maryland.
  2. Nestor, B.I., and Figgie, M.P. (1999) The Surgical Treatment of Elbow Arthritis. In:
    Textbook of Orthopaedics, E.V. Craig (Ed.), Williams and Wilkins, Media,
    Pennsylvania.
  3. Nestor, B.I., and Buly, R. (1999) Uncemented Total Hip Arthroplasty. In: Textbook
    of Orthopaedics, E.V. Craig (Ed.), Williams and Wilkins, Media, Pennsylvania.
  4. Nestor, BJ., and Figgie, M.P. (1999) Surgical Treatment of Iuvenile Rheumatoid
    Arthritis. In: Rheumatologic Rehabilitation Series. Volume 3. I. Melvin and V. Gail
    (Eds.) The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. Bethesda, Maryland.
  5. Buly, R. and Nestor, B.I. (1999) Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty. In: Textbook 0/
    Orthopaedics, E.V. Craig (Ed.), Williams and Wilkins, Media, Pennsylvania.
  6. Nestor, B.I. (2012) Cemented Femoral Revision in Total Hip Arthroplasty: A View in
    the 21 st Century. In: Surgery of the Hip (Ed. By) Daniel I. Berry, Prof. & lay
    Lieberman, M.D.: Elsevier Health Sciences

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