Martin Boyer

Carol B and Jerome T Loeb Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

    • 4090 Citations
    1992 …2020

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    Research interests

    Dr. Boyer’s research focuses on microvascular transplantation of epiphyseal plate allografts. The techniques currently employed in the treatment of children who have sustained damage to an epiphyseal plate involve autogenous vascularized transplants or non-vascularized bone grafts. He is currently investigating the viability of proximal tibial epiphyseal plates of rabbits that have been harvested and stored in cold transplant solution. He is interested in investigating the viability and growth of these epiphyseal plates after transplantation and short-term immunosuppression. Dr. Boyer is also involved in a clinical study that is examining the post-operative outcome of patients with cubital tunnel syndrome who have undergone in-situ decompression or anterior transposition.

    Areas of Clinical Interest

    Hand surgery, wrist surgery and microsurgery. Traumatic, degenerative and neuromuscular conditions of the hand and upper extremity in adults and children. Free tissue transplantation.

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  • Nerve transfers in the upper extremity following cervical spinal cord injury. Part 1: Systematic review of the literature

    Khalifeh, J. M., Dibble, C. F., Van Voorhis, A., Doering, M., Boyer, M. I., Mahan, M. A., Wilson, T. J., Midha, R., Yang, L. J. S. & Ray, W. Z., Jan 1 2019, In : Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine. 31, 5, p. 629-640 12 p.

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  • 4 Scopus citations

    Nerve transfers in the upper extremity following cervical spinal cord injury. Part 2: Preliminary results of a prospective clinical trial

    Khalifeh, J. M., Dibble, C. F., Van Voorhis, A., Doering, M., Boyer, M. I., Mahan, M. A., Wilson, T. J., Midha, R., Yang, L. J. S. & Ray, W. Z., Jan 1 2019, In : Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine. 31, 5, p. 641-653 13 p.

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  • 6 Scopus citations