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2013 - Summer

Graduate School (GR)

Clinical Orthopaedics (MCO)


MCO 6142
Genetics I, II, DDH, SCFE
6142   Genetics I and II, Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH), Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease and Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)
   This course provides the basic knowledge and skills that the DScPAS-CO resident will require throughout training and in clinic practice regarding genetic disorders and musculoskeletal conditions.
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01Closed1-1N/A19713----- 1Independent Study
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William Cranston
Susan G. Fisher
Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6145
Benign Bone Tumors
6145   Benign Bone Tumors
   This course addresses the incidence, clinical and radiographic features, and management of benign bone tumors. Benign bone tumors are four to five times more common than malignant bone tumors, making familiarity with benign bone tumors essential for the DScPAS-CO resident.
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01Closed1-1N/A19718----- 1Independent Study
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William Cranston
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Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6147
Ligamentous Injury Foot/Ankle
6147   Ligamentous Injuries of the Foot and Ankle
   This course discusses common injuries of the foot and ankle. The DScPAS-CO resident will become familiar with and be able to differentiate surgical versus non-surgical ankle injuries and use well-established treatment options for non-surgical injuries.
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01Closed1-1N/A19715----- 1Independent Study
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William Cranston
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Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6152
Pathophysiology Bone Tumors
6152   Pathophysiology of Bone Tumors
   This course is an overview of the pathophysiology of bone tumors. Understanding the pathophysiology of bone tumors will help the DScPAS-CO resident when evaluating a patient with an osseous lesion with regards to the expected natural course and the presenting symptoms.
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01Closed1-1N/A19719----- 1Independent Study
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William Cranston
Susan G. Fisher
Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6154
Spinal Pain
6154   Spinal Pain
   This course covers the role of the spine in pathologic pain processes. Spinal pain is frequently non-specific and provides little insight into its source. The spine may be affected by a myriad of pathological disorders--traumatic, neoplastic, inflammatory, metabolic, or degenerative.
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01Closed1-1N/A19716----- 1Independent Study
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William Cranston
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Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6201
Fracture Fixation & Fractures
6201   Biomechanics of Fracture Fixation and Classification of Fractures
   This course will provide the DScPAS-CO resident with a basic introduction to the classification of fractures as well as the biomechanics of fractures, the biomechanics of implants used to fix fractures, and problems associated with implants and specific fracture patterns.
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01Closed60N/A19682TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Kenneth P. Rivera
Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6202
Multiply Injured Patient
6202   The Multiply Injured Patient with Musculoskeletal Injuries and Anesthetic Care of the Trauma Patient
   This course will provide the orthopaedic PA resident familiarity with trauma team organization and responsibilities, ATLS guidelines, anesthetic care, DVT prophylaxis and orthopaedic management of the multiply injured patient.
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01Closed60N/A19683TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6203
Non-Operative Fracture Treatmt
6203   Non-Operative Fracture Treatment
   This course will provide the DScPAS-CO resident familiarity with the history of the evolution of fracture treatment and the effect of today's treatments on the natural skeletal repair process. The resident will also gain familiarity with identifying fractures of the upper and lower extremities, which are commonly treated non-operatively with and without manipulative reduction.
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01Closed60N/A19684TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6204
Internal/External Fixation
6204   Principles of Internal and External Fixation
   This course discusses the principles of internal and external fixation. Being familiar with the principles of internal and external fixation is essential for the DScPAS-CO resident while developing a treatment plan, assisting during operative procedures, and providing post-operative care and rehabilitation.
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01Closed60N/A19685TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6205
Healing/Injury/Compart Syndrom
6205   Musculoskeletal Healing, Vascular Injuries and Compartment Syndromes
   This course provides the basic knowledge and skills that the orthopaedic PA resident will require throughout training and in clinic practice regarding bone and soft tissue healing, open fractures, vascular injuries, and compartment syndrome.
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01Closed60N/A19686TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Kenneth P. Rivera
Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6206
Trauma/Bone/Tissue Reconstruct
6206   Penetrating Trauma/Bone and Soft Tissue Reconstruction
   This course focuses on penetrating trauma caused by ballistic projectiles. Emphasis is on ballistic behavior and the resulting orthopaedic injuries. Initial management principles are explained with differentiation between the management of upper and lower extremity injuries.
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01Closed60N/A19687TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6207
War Wounds/Amputation/Fract
6207   War Wounds, Limb Salvage Traumatic Amputations, and Periprosthetic Fractures
   This course covers explosive devices such as mortars, bombs, land mines and improvised explosive devices causing multiple torso, abdominal and extremity trauma. Initial management should focus on saving life and limb but also wound debridement and functional limb salvage for long-term functional and prosthesis use and the classification of common causes of pathologic and periprosthetic fractures.
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01Closed60N/A19688TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6208
Injury Musculoskeletal System
6208   Complications of Injury to the Musculoskeletal System
   This course will give the OPA resident knowledge about the incidence, pathophysiology, examination, diagnostic testing and imaging, classification, and management of select common complications of traumatic, nontraumatic, and surgical (iatrogenic) injury to the musculoskeletal system.
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01Closed60N/A19689TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6216
Head/Neck Fract & Hip Dislocat
6216   Femoral Head, Neck, and Intertrochanteric Fractures and Hip Dislocations
   This course will give the DScPAS-CO resident knowledge of the general anatomy, biomechanical pathology, signs and symptoms, examination, diagnostic imaging, and classification of hip dislocations and fractures of the head, neck and intertrochanteric regions of the femur.
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01Closed60N/A19690TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6217
Subtrochanteric Fractures
6217   Subtrochanteric Fractures and Fractures of the Shaft of the Femur
   This course will give the DScPAS-CO resident knowledge about the general anatomy, biomechanical pathology, signs and symptoms, examination, diagnostic imaging, and classification of subtrochanteric and femoral shaft fractures.
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01Closed60N/A19691TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Kenneth P. Rivera
Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6218
Proximal Tibia/Fibula/Patella
6218   Fractures of the Proximal Tibia, Fibula and Patella
   This course will give the DScPAS-CO resident knowledge about the general anatomy, biomechanical pathology, signs and symptoms, examination, diagnostic imaging, and classification of select common fractures of the proximal tibia, fibula and the patella.
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01Closed60N/A19692TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Independent Study
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Kenneth P. Rivera
Jerome J. Wenninger
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6301
Foot/Ankle Practical Rotation
6301   Foot and Ankle Practical Rotation
   This is a one-month clinical and surgical rotation on service with a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon and a team of surgical residents.
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
01Closed1-1N/A19714----- 3Independent Study
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William Cranston
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Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6302
Orthopaedic Spine Rotation
6302   Orthopaedic Spine Rotation
   This is a one-month clinical and surgical rotation on service with a fellowship-trained orthopaedic spine surgeon and a team of surgical residents.
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
01Closed1-1N/A19717----- 3Independent Study
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William Cranston
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Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013


MCO 6303
Pediatric Orthoped Surgery Rot
6303   Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Rotation
   This is a one-month clinical and surgical rotation on service with a fellowship-trained pediatric orthopaedic surgeon and a team of surgical residents.
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
01Closed1-1N/A19712----- 3Independent Study
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William Cranston
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Nathan T. Boykin
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Start Date: 07/01/2013; End Date: 09/23/2013
Summer at Baylor