Oral Presentations

Oral presentations at peer reviewed meetings and invited lectureships and laboratory courses

2012

    1. Computer-Assisted Surgery vs. Custom Cutting Guides for Component Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty. M. Lembach, M. L. Swank. 12th Annual Meeting of CAOS International in South Korea. June 13-16, 2012.

2010

    1. Can Transverse Acetabular Ligament be used for Optimal Cup Placement using Imageless Navigation in Total Hip Arthroplasty? V. Perumal, M. L. Swank. 10th Annual Meeting of CAOS International in Paris, France. June 16- 19, 2010.
    2. Assess the Reliability of a Distal Pinless Array System to Determine Limb Length during Total Hip Arthroplasty using Computer-Assisted Navigation. V. Perumal, M. L. Swank. 10th Annual Meeting of CAOS International in Paris, France. June 16-19, 2010.

2009

    1. Posterior Cruciate Ligament Sparing, Cruciate Substituting, Cruciate Sacrificing and Bicruciate Implants in Computer Navigated Knees: Does Technique or Implant Design Determine Patient Outcome? M. Alkire, M. L. Swank. 9th Annual Meeting of CAOS International in Boston, Massachusetts. June 17-20, 2009.
    2. Computer-Assisted Surgery in Total Knee Arthroplasty. T. C. Kelley, M. L. Swank. Mid-America Orthopaedic Association, 2009 Annual Meeting. April 23, 2009.

2008

    1. Computer-Assisted Surgery in Total Knee Arthroplasty: Experience with the VectorVision® and Ci™ Navigation System for Mobile Bearing TKA. T. C. Kelley, M. L. Swank. ISTA 2008 Meeting, Seoul, South Korea. October 1-4, 2008.
    2. Computer-Assisted Surgery in Total Knee Arthroplasty. T. C. Kelley, M. L. Swank. D.J. Frank Senior Thesis Day. University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. May 10, 2008.
    3. Imageless Navigation in Hip Resurfacing: Avoiding Component Malposition during the Surgeon Learning Curve. J. R. Romanowski, M. L. Swank. 2008.
    4. Pinless Array Fixation in Determining Leg Length in Imageless Navigation. V. Perumal, M. L. Swank. 2008.

2004

    1. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer-Assisted Surgery.” Minimally Invasive Hip Arthroplasty Techniques Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC). Rosemont, Illinois. February 2, 2004.
    2. “The Whys and How’s of Image Based Navigation.” Instructional Course, American Academy of Orthopaedics. 2004 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. March 12, 2004.
    3. “Image Based vs. Image Free Navigation in THR and TKR Surgery: Pros and Cons.” Instructional Course, American Academy of Orthopaedics 2004 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. March 12, 2004.
    4. “Computer-Assisted Total Joint Surgery” Make a Difference: Updates in Orthopaedic Surgery and Musculoskeletal Therapeutics. Marco Island, Florida. March 26, 2004
    5. “Clinical Results of DePuy LCS Knees Navigated with CAS.” Innovations in CAS. Frankfurt, Germany. April 1, 2004.
    6. “CT vs. CT Free CAOS for TKR/THR” and “CAOS/MI Hip Video Vignettes.” MIS Meets CAOS, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. April 16, 2004.
    7. “Intra-operative Navigation in THA.” Update in Hip Surgery, Seoul, Korea. June 5, 2005.

2003

    1. “Lumbar Fusion is Inadequate For The Treatment of Recurrent Lumbar Disc Herniation: New Alternatives Need To Be Found.” The 7th International ARGOS Symposium, January 30-31, 2003. Paris, France.
    2. “Physical Therapy after Instrumented Lumbar Fusion Surgery: One Visit vs. Eight Visit Protocol.” The 70th Annual AAOS Meeting, February 4-9, 2003. New Orleans, Louisiana.
    3. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer-Assisted Surgery.” The Presbyterian Institute for Minimally Invasive Technology. February 20-21, 2003. Dallas, Texas.
    4. “Minimal Access Spinal Technologies.” A Laboratory Course at The Medtronic Satellite Training Center. March 27-28, 2003. Cleveland, Ohio.
    5. “Image Guided Surgery.” The Masters Series Revision Course, Orthopaedic Learning. April 13-14, 2003. Chicago, Illinois.
    6. “Fundamental Principles and Techniques in Spinal Surgery.” Medical Education and Research Institute. May 8-10, 2003. Memphis, Tennessee.
    7. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer Assisted Surgery.” Grand Rounds at The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. May 21, 2003. Chicago, Illinois.
    8. “CT Based Navigation for Knees and MIS Hips.” The MIS Meets CAOS Symposium. May 30-June 1, 2003. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
    9. Participant: “MITKR Meeting,” Orthopaedic Learning Center. June 3-4, 2003. Chicago, Illinois.
    10. “CT Based Image Guided Surgery vs. Conventional Intramedullary Instrumentation in Total Knee Arthroplasty.” The 3rd Annual Meeting of The International Society of Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery. June 18-21, 2003. Marbella, Spain.
    11. “Titanium Surgical Mesh and Local Bone Graft Eliminates the Need for Iliac Crest Autograft or Allograft in Anterior /Posterior Cervical Reconstructions.” The 10th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST). July 10-12, 2003. Rome, Italy.
    12. “Equation System Focus Group - Philosophical Indications.” Equation Focus Group Meeting. July 18, 2003. Chicago, Illinois.
    13. “2003 Minimally Invasive Hip Arthroplasty Techniques”, Presbyterian Institute for Minimally Invasive Technology. July 31-August 1, 2003. Dallas, Texas.
    14. ”Basics of Computer-Assisted Navigation for Hip and Knee Replacements” and “CT Based Image Guided Surgery vs. Conventional Instrumentation in Total Knee Arthroplasty”. Engh Society Reunion. September 4-5, 2003. Alexandria, Virginia.
    15. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer-Assisted Surgery.” September 11-12 2003. Norfolk, Virginia.
    16. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer-Assisted Surgery.” Orthopaedic Learning Center, Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Course. September 14-15, 2003. Chicago, Illinois.
    17. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer-Assisted Surgery” and “Polyethylene Wear of Mobile Bearing Knees.” Oktoberfest Orthopaedic Meeting. September 19, 2003. Cincinnati, Ohio.
    18. “CT Based Image Guided Surgery vs. Conventional Intramedullary Instrumentation in Total Knee Arthroplasty: Alignment Study and Clinical Outcome Study” and “CT Based vs. CT Free Total Knee Arthroplasty: Early Experience.” ISTA, September 24-27, 2003. San Francisco, California.
    19. “CAS-TKR Navigation.” CI™ Asia-Pacific Launch. October 9-12, 2003. Adelaide, Australia.
    20. “CT Based Navigation for Knees and MIS Hips.” MIS Meets CAOS Fall Symposium. October 16-18, 2003. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
    21. “MAST Instrumentation Satellite Lab.” Medtronic Sofamor Danek. November 4, 2003. Detroit, Michigan.

2002

    1. “Fundamental Principles and Techniques in Spinal Surgery.” Sponsored by Medtronic Sofamor Danek. January 3-5, 2002. Memphis, Tennessee.
    2. “Contemporary Techniques & Issues in Orthopaedics.” Sponsored by DePuy. March 6-10, 2005. Whistler, British Columbia.
    3. “Image Guided Surgery for Total Joint Replacement.” Sponsored by DePuy. May 6, 2002. Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
    4. “Early Experience With a CT Based Image Guided System for Total Knee Arthroplasty.” CAOS Meeting. June 19-23, 2002. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    5. “The Promises and Challenges of Computer-Assisted Surgery.” DePuy VIP Course. June 21, 2002. Whistler, Alberta Canada.
    6. Micro TLIF Surgeon Visitation Program and Research Opportunities, DePuy AcroMed. August 16, 2002. Raynham, Massachusetts.
    7. “Advanced Course in Anterior Spinal Instrumentation: Open and Minimally Invasive Techniques.” Sponsored by DePuy AcroMed. August 23-25, 2002. San Diego, California.
    8. “Image Guided Total Joint Arthroplasty.” The Engh Society. September 14-15, 2002. Alexandria, Virginia.
    9. “Adjacent Segment Failure.” The Scoliosis Research Society. September 19-22, 2002, Seattle, Washington.
    10. “Current Use of Intra-operative Navigation.” The Harvard Hip and Knee Course. October 1-6, 2002. Boston, Massachusetts.
    11. “Adjacent Segment Failure.” The North American Spine Society. October 30-November 2, 2002. Montreal, Canada.
    12. “The Future of Technology.” The New Jersey Orthopaedic Society. November 8, 2002. Galloway, New Jersey.
    13. “The Future of Technology,” for DePuy. November 14, 2002. Dallas, Texas.
    14. “Computer Aided Surgery Evaluators Meeting.” Sponsored by DePuy. November 19-24, 2002. Paris, France.

2001

    1. “Multilevel Decompression And Reconstruction Of The Cervical Spine: A Review Of The Clinical Efficacy and Complications Of 50 Consecutive Cases Treated With Anterior And Posterior Internal Fixation.” 29th Annual Meeting Cervical Spine Research Society. December, 2001. Monterey, California. 16th Annual Meeting North American Spine Society. Seattle, Washington. November, 2001.
    2. “Post Operative Transfusion Requirements in Primary Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: A Prospective Assessment of a Novel Perioperative Salvage System (Orthopat, ™) and Post Operative Transfusion Requirements in Primary Hip Arthroplasty: A Prospective Assessment of Autologous Blood Donation vs. a Novel Perioperative Salvage System.” Orthopat Mid-America Orthopaedic Association 2001 Annual Meeting. Amelia Island, Florida. April, 2001.

Prior Years

“Prospective Evaluation of an Intra-operative Computer Enhanced System for Placement of Vertebral Body Screws into the Spine with the Aid of a Computer Assisted Device.” Third Annual North American Program on Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. June, 1999.

“Anterior Cervical Allograft Arthrodesis and Instrumentation: Multilevel Inter-body Grafting and Strut Graft Reconstruction.” G. Lowery, M. L. Swank, R. McDonough, A. Allen.

  • 64th Annual AAOS, San Francisco, California. February, 1997.
  • 12th Annual Meeting Cervical Spine Research Society - European Section. Nice, France. June, 1996. (Lowery)
  • 10th Annual North American Spine Society, Washington, D.C. October, 1995.
  • Third Annual Symposium and Call for Papers: Critical Decisions in Spinal Surgery, New York, New York. December, 1994. (Lowery)
  • 2nd Annual Cervical Spine Research Society, Baltimore, Maryland. November, 1994. (Lowery)

“Salvage Reconstruction for Failed Anterior Cervical Fusion: Articular Pillar Plating or Anterior Revision?” M. L. Swank, G. Lowery, J. Vega, R. McDonough, A. Allen. 10th Annual North American Spine Society, Washington, D.C. October, 1995.

“Anterior Cervical Inter-body Fusion: Locked vs. Non-Locked Plating Systems.” G. Lowery, M. L. Swank, R. McDonough, A. Allen.

  • 10th Annual North American Spine Society. October, 1995. Washington, D.C.
  • 11th Annual Meeting Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves. February, 1995. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. (Lowery)

“Salvage Reconstruction of Failed Anterior Cervical Surgeries by Posterior Procedures.” M. L. Swank, G. Lowery, J. Vega, R. McDonough, A. Allen.

  • 62nd Annual AAOS, February, 1995. Orlando, Florida.
  • Cervical Spine Research Society 22nd Annual Meeting. December, 1994. Baltimore, Maryland.

“Hip Arthroplasty in the Young Patient: Social and Economic Impact.” M. L. Swank, G. Macalino. 61st Annual AAOS, February, 1994. New Orleans, Louisiana.

“The Natural History of Unicompartmental Arthroplasty: An Eight-Year Follow-Up Study with Survivorship Analysis.” M. L. Swank, S.D. Stulberg, J. Jiganti, S. Machairas.

  • 59th Annual AAOS, February, 1992. Washington, D.C.
  • 7th Open Scientific Meeting of The Knee Society. February, 1992. Washington, D.C.

“The Natural History of the Spina Bifida Child: The First Ten Years.” M. L. Swank, L. Dias.

  • 56th Annual AAOS, February, 1989. Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, September, 1987. Boston, Massachusetts.

Oral presentations at peer reviewed meetings (Given By Others)

    1. “Prospective Evaluation of an Intra-operative Computer Enhanced System for Placement of Vertebral Body Screws into the Spine with the Aid of a Computer-Assisted Device.” M. L. Swank, C. Willison, P.R. Schwetschenau.
      • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association 2001 Annual Meeting, Amelia Island, Florida. April, 2001.
    2. A Two-Year Prospective, Randomized Study of Pedicle Screw Fixation.” C Sutterlin, R. Wisneski, F.T. Wetzel, C. Michelsen, C. Dickman, P. Barrett, E. Field, M. L. Swank, M. Reed, P. McAfee.
      15th Annual Meeting, Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and Congress of Neurological Surgeons. Lake Buena Vista, Florida. February 10-13, 1999.
    3. “Titanium Mesh in Cervical Spine Reconstruction: The North American Experience.” G. Lowery, M. L. Swank, R. McDonough.
      • 64th Annual AAOS, San Francisco, CA, February 1997
      • Eurospine '96, Zurich, Switzerland, October 1996 (Lowery)
      • 11th Annual Meeting. of Joint Section on Disorders of Spine and Peripheral Nerves. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. February, 1995. (Lowery)
      • CSRS-European Section Fourth Common Meeting. June, 1994. Rome, Italy. (McDonough)
    4. “Polyethylene Failure in Metal-Backed Unicompartmental Tibial Components.” M. L. Swank, G. Engh, N. Parks.
      • 62nd Annual AAOS, Orlando, FL, February 1995
    5. “Anterior Cervical Osteosynthesis with the Divergent ORION Fixation System: Early Results.” G. Lowery, M. L. Swank, R. McDonough.
      • 90th Annual Scientific Assembly of Southern Medical Association, Baltimore, MD. November, 1996. (McDonough)
      • 10th Annual North American Spine Society. Washington, D.C. October, 1995. (Lowery)
      • CSRS-European Section Fourth Common Meeting. Rome, Italy. June, 1994. (McDonough)
    6. “Posterior Cervical Arthrodesis with Lateral Mass Plating for Multilevel Cervical Disease.” M. L. Swank, B. Dials, C. Sutterlin, III.
      • Southern Medical Association. Orlando, Florida. November, 1994.
      • Third International Congress on Spinal Surgery. Antalya, Turkey. October, 1994.
    7. “Posterior Cervical Arthrodesis and Stabilization with a Lateral Mass Plate, Clinical and CT Evaluation of Lateral Mass, Screw Placement and Associated Complications.” A. Graham, M. L. Swank, C. Sutterlin III, R. Kinard, G. Lowery.
      • Southern Medical Association, Orlando, FL, November 1994
      • Third International Congress on Spinal Surgery, Antalya, Turkey, October, 1994
    8. “Medial Compartment Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty: A Clinical and Radiographic Outcome Study with Cost Analysis.” M. L. Swank, G. Engh, N. Parks.
      • 61st Annual AAOS, New Orleans, LA., February, 1994
    9. "Structural Autogenous Bone Grafting of Tibial Defects in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty."M. Swank, M.D., G. Engh, M.D., N. Parks, M.S.
      • 61st Annual AAOS, New Orleans, LA., February, 1994
    10. Adults with Spina Bifida: A Review of 71 Patients.”L. Dias, A. Hernandez, M. L. Swank.
      • Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, Toronto, Canada. May, 1987.

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