May 24, 2013. Dr Dellon presents his work on Microsurgical Treatment of RSD (CRPS) in Upper and Lower Extremity to the European Association of Plastic Surgeons

The meeting is in the city of Antalya, in Turkey.

Abstract of this research:

J Brachial Plex Peripher Nerve Inj. 2009 Feb 20;4:1. doi: 10.1186/1749-7221-4-1.

CRPS of the upper or lower extremity: surgical treatment outcomes.

Dellon AL, Andonian E, Rosson GD.

Division of Plastic Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland 21218, USA. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. /del

Abstract

The hypothesis is explored that CRPS I (the "new" RSD) persists due to undiagnosed injured joint afferents, and/or cutaneous neuromas, and/or nerve compressions, and is, therefore, a misdiagnosed form of CRPS II (the "new" causalgia). An IRB-approved, retrospective chart review on a series of 100 consecutive patients with "RSD" identified 40 upper and 30 lower extremity patients for surgery based upon their history, physical examination, neurosensory testing, and nerve blocks. Based upon decreased pain medication usage and recovery of function, outcome in the upper extremity, at a mean of 27.9 months follow-up (range of 9 to 81 months), gave results that were excellent in 40% (16 of 40 patients), good in 40% (16 of 40 patients) and failure 20% (8 of 40 patients). In the lower extremity, at a mean of 23.0 months follow-up (range of 9 to 69 months) the results were excellent in 47% (14 of 30 patients), good in 33% (10 of 30 patients) and failure 20% (6 of 30 patients). It is concluded that most patients referred with a diagnosis of CRPS I have continuing pain input from injured joint or cutaneous afferents, and/or nerve compressions, and, therefore, similar to a patient with CRPS II, they can be treated successfully with an appropriate peripheral nerve surgical strategy.

A. Lee Dellon, MD, PhD gave a lecture on Peripheral Nerve Surgery at Fujairah Hospital

A. Lee Dellon, MD, PhD gave a lecture on Peripheral Nerve Surgery at Fujairah Hospital in the United Arab Emirates on April 29, 2013. Dr Dellon is shown with Subash C. Gautam, MD, Chief of Surgery at Fuairah Hospital at the conclusion of the lecture. Also in the photo is Dr. Gautam's wife, The Chief of Obstretrics and Gynecology at Fujairah Hospitla, and their two sons, who are Internal Medicine Specialist in the United Kingdom. Attending were the Surgical staff as well as Neurologists, and Rehabilitation Specialists.

Dr Dellon is seen here after his lecture with Dr Subash C. Guatam, Chief of Surgery and his wife, Gursrup, Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology,both at Fujairah Hospital, with their sons Siddarth and Vikrant, both Internal Medicine Specialist in the United Kingdom.

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The Classic "Dellon Triple"

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The Plastic Surgery Educational Network filmed Doctor Dellon doing his classic "Dellon Triple" nerve decompression for restoration of sensation and relief of pain in a patient with neuropathy and superimposed nerve compressions. After editing, this movie will be available on the national PSEN website for other surgeons' educational viewing, to further the spread of this technical knowledge to help more people suffering with this problem.

Dr Dellon Lectures at the 2nd International Conference in Sapporo Japan

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Dr Dellon lectures at the 2nd International Conference on Musculoskeletal Pain in Sapporo, Japan.

 

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Wearing traditional Japanese robes at the opening ceremony, Dr Dellon and other invited guests drink a rice wine from a wooden box.

Lecture on Neurosensory Evaluation

Dr Dellon presents a lecture on Neurosensory Evaluation to the Hand Fellows at the Raymond Curtis Hand Center at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore; 7AM on August 1, 2012. This lecture will help these 6 new Hand Surgeons understand the value of testing sensibility, the techniques for doing these evaluations, and the interpretation of this testing in the diagnosis and management of nerve compression and nerve recovery.

Dr Dellon's Lecture in Sapporo Japan

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From the program book at the lecture that Dr Dellon gave in Sapporo.

Dr Dellon Operates in China

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In the operating room, Dr Dellon draws upon the glove on his hand the surgery he proposes to do on this patient. In this way, he passes down the teaching from his teacher, Dr Raymond Curtis, who used similar teaching techniques.

Dr Dellon and Patients in China

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Dr Dellon is seen examining new patients with peripheral nerve problems in the Hand Surgery Clinic. The young girl suffered a brachial plexus injury at birth, was not previously operated on, and now has her scapula in the wrong position with a dislocated humeral head, as demonstrated by Dr Dellon, which can be corrected by shoulder surgery. The second patient is seen after a motor cycle accident with a new brachial plexus paralysis and a broken wrist.

Book Signing in China

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PAIN SOLUTIONS, the book of hope for people in pain, written by Dr Dellon in 2007, was translated into Chinese and appears for the first time in July, 2012. Dr Dellon is shown at the "book signing", here giving a copy to Professor, Major, Rui Cong, Chief of Hand Surgery.

Dr Dellon and the the Chief of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery

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Dr. Pei, the Chief of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, who translated Dr Dellon's book into Chinese, is given gifts that celebrate Dr Pei's farovite American sports team, the Miami Heat, winning the National Basketball Association championship the month before Dr. Dellon's visit to Xi'an, the city most famous for its "Terra Cotta Soldiers"

Dr Dellon is Welcomed in China

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The Hand Surgery staff of the 4th People's Military University and Zixiang Hospital In Xi'an welcome Doctor Dellon upon his arrival at the hospital, July 16, 2012

Dr Dellon's Lecture at Peking Union Medical College

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On Friday, July 13, after traveling from Shanghai to Beijing, Dr Dellon spoke at Peking Union Medical College. Dr Dellon presented his work on his basic science and clinical experience with restoring sensation and relieving pain in diabetics with neuropathy and nerve compression. Here he is with the Department of Endocrinology, the leading group in all of China, after his presentation. To Dr Dellon's right is Yong Yao, MD, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery who was the first to do the Dellon Procedure in China. To Dr. Dellon's left is the Chief of Endocrinology, Xiaoping Xing.

Dr Dellon's Lecture at Fudan University

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Dr Dellon stands between Dr Feng Zhang (to Dr Dellon's right), the new Chief of Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and Doctor Gao Xin (to Dr Dellon's left), the Chief of the Department of Endocrinology at Fudan University following Dr Dellon's lecture on Preventing Ulceration & Amputation in Diabetics by Decompression of Lower Extremity Nerves. This will mark the initiation of these two Departments to introduce Dr Dellon's translational research into clinical practice at Fudan University in the future.

Chinese Translated Edition Preview of Pain Solutions

PAIN SOLUTIONS will have its Chinese translated edition preview in Xi'an, China on July 12, 2012. Dr Dellon will be there for a "book signing" ceremony, and then give a lecture on Partial Joint Denervation in the Upper and Lower Extremities. Following which he will be teaching surgery in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, whose Chairman, Dr Pei, was the primary translator of Dr Dellon's book. Dr Dellon will be given an Honorary Professorship in Orthopedic Surgery at the 4th Military Hospital in Xi'an.

Before going to Xi'an, Dr Dellon will be in Shanghai and then in Beijing (Peking). In Shanghai, he will be Visiting Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Fudan University in Shanghai, where he will speak on his work with neurolysis for diabetics with neuropathy and nerve compression. He has trained surgeons from this University and they will begin peripheral nerve surgery at their hospital. Dr Dellon will receive an Honorary Professorship in Orthopedic Surgery at Fudan University, where Dr Professor Feng Zhang is Chairman of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr Zhang is also the Editor of the journal, Microsurgery.

In Beijing, Dr Dellon will lecture at Peking Medical Union College, where he will be hosted by Dr Wang, the Chairman of Neurosurgery, and Yong Yao, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery. Dr Yao has trained previously with Dr Dellon and has published in the Chinese Medical Journal his results with Dr Dellon's technique for lower extremity nerve decompressions in people with diabetes.

Prevention of Ulceration, Amputation, and Reduction of Hospitalization: Outcomes of a Prospective Multicenter Trial of Tibial Neurolysis in Patients with Diabetic Neuropathy

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A Positive Tinel Sign as Predictor of Pain Relief or Sensory Recovery after Decompression of Chronic Tibial Nerve Compression in Patients with Diabetic Neuropathy

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Dr Dellon to speak on PARTIAL JOINT DENERVATION in Japan

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Dr Dellon on Radio-Blog for Pelvic Pain

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Interview by Elisabeth Oas, 2PM Thursday, June 6, 2012

Benjamin Alcock and the Pudendal Canal Colebunders Dellon

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3D of Pudendal Nerve

This is the Master's Degree Project of Courtney McKenna from the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine at Johns Hopkins University

A. Lee Dellon, MD, PhD thesis advisor

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Published in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery October 2011

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