*These publications are for personal use only. Otherwise contact the publisher for copyright release.

Bone Adaptation and Comparative Morphology

Peer-Reviewed Publications

69. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Cooper DML, Bloebaum RD (2014) Histocompositional organization and toughening mechanisms in antler. Journal of Structural Biology, 187: 129-148.
– View PDF

67. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Clark GC, Crowder CM, Dominguez VM, Qui S, Mulhern DM, Donahue SW, Busse B, Hulsey BI, Zedda M, Sorenson SM (2013) Scaling of haversian canal surface area to secondary osteon bone volume in ribs and limb bones. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 151:230-244
– View PDF

66. Sinclair KD, Farnsworth RW, Pham TX, Knight AN, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG (2013) The artiodactyl calcaneus as a potential ‘control bone’ cautions against simple interpretations of trabecular bone adaptation in the anthropoid femoral neck. Journal of Human Evolution, 64:366-379
– View PDF

64. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Williams TJ, Kiser KJ (2013) Secondary osteon size and collagen/lamellar organization (“osteon morphotypes”) are not coupled, but potentially adapt independently for local strain mode or magnitude. Journal of Structural Biology, 181:95-107
– View PDF

61. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Farnsworth RW, Bloebaum RD (2012) Do regional modifications in tissue mineral content and microscopic mineralization heterogeneity adapt trabecular bone tracts for habitual bending? Analysis in the context of trabecular architecture of deer calcanei. Journal of Anatomy, 220:242-255
– View PDF

57. Skedros JG, Clark GC, Sorenson SM, Taylor KW, Qiu S (2011) Analysis of the effect of osteon diameter on the potential relationship of osteocyte lacuna density and osteon wall thickness. The Anatomical Record, 294:1472-1485
– View PDF

56. Skedros JG, Sybrowsky CL, Anderson WE, Chow F (2011) Relationships between in vivo microdamage and the remarkable regional material and strain heterogeneity of cortical bone of adult deer, elk, sheep and horse calcanei. Journal of Anatomy, 219:722-733
– View PDF

55. Skedros JG, Brand RA (2011) Biographical Sketch: Georg Hermann von Meyer, 1815-1892. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 469:3072-3076
– View PDF

53. Skedros JG, Kiser CJ, Mendenhall SD (2011) A weighted osteon morphotype score outperforms regional osteon percent prevalence calculations for interpreting cortical bone adaptation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 144:41-50
– View PDF

52. Skedros JG, Kiser CJ, Keenan KE, Thomas SC (2011) Analysis of osteon morphotype scoring schemes for interpreting load history: Evaluation in the chimpanzee femur. Journal of Anatomy, 218:480-499
– View PDF

49. Skedros JG, Mendenhall SD, Kiser CJ, Winet H. (2009) Interpreting cortical bone adaptation and load history by quantifying osteon morphotypes in circularly polarized light images. Bone, 44:392-403
– View PDF

46. Skedros JG, Sorenson SM, Hunt KJ, Holyoak JD (2007) Ontogenetic structural and material variations in ovine calcanei: A model for interpreting bone adaptation. The Anatomical Record, 290:284-300
– View PDF

45. Skedros JG, Sorenson SM, Jenson NH (2007) Are distributions of secondary osteon variants useful for interpreting load history in mammalian bones? Cells Tissues Organs, 185:285-307
– View PDF

41. Skedros JG, Baucom SL (2007) Mathematical analysis of trabecular ‘trajectories’ in apparent trajectorial structures: The unfortunate historical emphasis on the human proximal femur. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 244:15-45
– View PDF

40. Hamrick MW, Skedros JG, Pennington C, McNeil PL (2006) Increased osteogenic response to exercise in metaphyseal versus diaphyseal cortical bone. Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions, 6:258-263
– View PDF

37. Skedros JG, Dayton MR, Sybrowsky CL, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (2006) The influence of collagen fiber orientation and other histocompositional characteristics on the mechanical properties of equine cortical bone. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 209:3025-3042
– View PDF

35. Skedros JG, Grunander TR, Hamrick MW (2005) Spatial distribution of osteocyte lacunae in equine radii and third metacarpals: Considerations for cellular communication, microdamage detection and metabolism. Cells Tissues Organs, 180:215-236
– View PDF

34. Skedros JG (2005) Osteocyte lacuna population densities in sheep, elk and horse calcanei. Cells Tissues Organs, 181:23-37
– View PDF

33. Skedros JG, Holmes J, Vajda EG, Bloebaum RD. (2005) Cement lines of secondary osteons in human bone are not mineral deficient: New data in a historical perspective. The Anatomical Record, 286:781-803
– View PDF

31. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Bloebaum RD (2004) Relationships of loading history and structural and material characteristics of bone: The development of the mule deer calcaneus. Journal of Morphology, 259:281-307
– View PDF

30. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ (2004) Does the degree of laminarity correlate with site-specific differences in collagen fiber orientation in primary bone? An evaluation in the turkey ulna diaphysis. Journal of Anatomy, 205:121-134
– View PDF

28. Kuo TY, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (2003) Measurement of femoral anteversion by biplane radiography and computed tomography imaging: Comparison with an anatomic reference. Investigative Radiology, 38:221-229
– View PDF

27. Skedros JG, Dayton MR, Sybrowsky CL, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (2003) Are uniform regional safety factors and objective of adaptive modeling/remodeling in cortical bone? The Journal of Experimental Biology 206:2431-2439
– View PDF

26. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Hughes PE, Winet H (2003) Ontogenetic and regional morphologic variations in the turkey ulna diaphysis: Implications for functional adaptation of cortical bone. The Anatomical Record, 273:609-629
– View PDF

25. Skedros JG, Sybrowsky CL, Parry TR, Bloebaum RD (2003) Regional differences in cortical bone organization and microdamage prevalence in Rocky Mountain mule deer. The Anatomical Record, 274:837-850
– View PDF

24. Skedros JG, Mason MW, Bloebaum RD (2001) Modeling and remodeling in a developing artiodactyl calcaneus: A model for evaluating Frost’s Mechanostat hypothesis and its corollaries. The Anatomical Record, 263:167-185
– View PDF

19. Su SC, Skedros JG, Bachus KN, Bloebaum RD (1999) Loading conditions and cortical bone construction of an artiodactyl calcaneus. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 202:3239-3254
– View PDF

17. Kuo T, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1998) Comparison of human, primate and canine femora: Implications for biomaterials testing in total hip replacement. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 40:475-489
– View PDF

13. Skedros JG, Su SC, Bloebaum RD (1997) Biomechanical implications of mineral content and microstructural variations in cortical bone of horse, elk, and sheep calcanei. The Anatomical Record, 249:297-316
– View PDF

12. Skedros JG, Mason MW, Nelson MC, Bloebaum RD (1996) Evidence of structural and material adaptation to specific strain features in cortical bone. The Anatomical Record, 246:47-63
– View PDF

10. Mason MW, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1995) Evidence of strain-mode-related cortical adaptation in the diaphysis of the horse radius. Bone, 17:229-237
– View PDF

8. Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD, Mason MW, Bramble DM (1994) Analysis of a tension/compression skeletal system: Possible strain-specific differences in the hierarchical organization of bone. The Anatomical Record, 239:396-404
– View PDF

7. Skedros JG, Mason MW, Bloebaum RD (1994) Differences in osteonal micromorphology between tensile and compressive cortices of a bending skeletal system: Indications of potential strain-specific differences in bone microstructure. The Anatomical Record, 239:405-413
– View PDF

5. Bloebaum RD, Ota DT, Skedros JG, Mantas JP (1993) Comparison of human and canine external femoral morphologies in the context of total hip replacement. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 27:1149-1159
– View PDF

Backscattered Electron Imaging and Bone

Peer-Reviewed Publications

69. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Cooper DML, Bloebaum RD (2014) Histocompositional organization and toughening mechanisms in antler. Journal of Structural Biology, 187: 129-148.
– View PDF

36. Bloebaum RD, Holmes JL, Skedros JG (2005) Mineral content changes in bone associated with damage induced by the electron beam. Scanning, 27:240-248
– View PDF

20. Vajda EG, Skedros JG (1999) Primary difficulties in quantitative backscattered electron (BSE) imaging. Bone, 24:619-621
– View PDF

18. Vajda EG, Humphrey S, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1999) Influence of topography and specimen preparation on backscattered electron images of bone. Scanning, 21:379-387
– View PDF

15. Vajda EG, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1998) Errors in quantitative backscattered electron analysis of bone standardized by energy-dispersive X-ray spectrometry. Scanning, 20:527-535
– View PDF

14. Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG, Vajda EG, Bachus KN, Constantz BR (1997) Determining mineral content variations in bone using backscattered electron imaging. Bone, 20:485-490
– View PDF

11. Vajda EG, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG (1996) Validation of energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry as a method to standardize backscattered electron images of bone. Cells and Materials, 6:79-92
– View PDF

9. Vajda EG, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1995) Consistency in calibrated backscattered electron images of calcified tissues and mineral analyzed in multiple imaging sessions. Scanning Microscopy, 9: 741-755
– View PDF

4. Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD, Bachus, KN, Boyce TM (1993) The meaning of graylevels in backscattered electron images of bone. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 27:47-56
– View PDF

3. Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN, Boyce TM, Constantz B (1993) Influence of mineral content and composition on graylevels in backscattered electron images of bone. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 27:57-64
– View PDF

1. Boyce TM, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN, Skedros JG (1990) Reproducible method for calibrating the backscattered electron signal for quantitative assessment of mineral content in bone. Scanning Microscopy, 4:591-600
– View PDF

Clinical – Shoulder and Elbow

Peer-Reviewed Publications

74. Skedros JG, Henrie TR, Mears CS (2014) Delaying shoulder motion and strengthening and increasing Achilles allograft thickness for glenoid resurfacing did not improve the outcome for a 30-year-old patient with post-arthroscopy glenohumeral chondrolysis. Case Reports in Orthopedics, 2014, Article ID:517801
– View PDF

73. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Updike WS, Oliver MR (2014) Failed reverse total shoulder arthroplasty caused by recurrent Candida glabrata infection with prior Serratia marcescens co-infection. Case Reports in Infectious Diseases, 2014, Article ID:142428
– View PDF

72. Skedros JG, Mears CS, Langston TD, Van Boerum DH, White TW (2014) Medial scapular winging associated with rib fractures and plating corrected with pectoralis major transfer. International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, 5:750-753
– View PDF

71. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Pitts TC, Burkhead WZ (2014) Reusing cadaveric humeri for fracture testing after testing simulated rotator cuff repairs. BioResearch Open Access, 3:250-254
– View PDF

70. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Mears CS, Langston TD (2014) Temporary sternoclavicular plating for an unusual double clavicle fracture (medial nonunion, lateral acute) complicated by an intra-operative pneumothorax. Case Reports in Orthopedics, 2014, Article ID: 206125
– View PDF

67. Skedros JG, Mears CS, Phippen CM (2014) Glenohumeral instability and coracoid fracture nonunion corrected without coracoid transfer or nonunion takedown. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 23: e166-169
– View PDF

65. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Trachtenberg JD (2013) Candida glabrata olecranon bursitis treated with bursectomy and intravenous caspofungin. Journal of Surgical Orthopaedic Advances, 22:179-182
– View PDF

63. Skedros JG, Knight AN (2012) Treatment of scapular winging with modified Eden-Lange procedure in patient with pre-existing glenohumeral instability. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 21:e10-13
– View PDF

62. Keenan KE, Skedros JG (2012) A patient with clavicle fracture and recurrent scapular winging with spontaneous resolutions. Case Reports in Orthopedics, 2012 Article ID:603726
– View PDF

60. Pitts TC, Kiser CJ, Skedros JG (2012) Inadvisable treatment of recalcitrant olecranon bursitis: An unusual case of prolonged oral antibiotic treatment. Journal of Medical Cases, 3:100-105
– View PDF

59. Skedros JG, Knight KN (2012) Massive acromioclavicular ganglionic cyst treated with excision and allograft patch of acromioclavicular region: A case report. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 21(3):e1-e5
– View PDF

58. Skedros JG, Kiser CJ (2012) Modified Eden-Lange procedure for trapezius paralysis with ipsilateral rotator cuff-tear arthropathy: A case report. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 93(22):e131(1-5)
– View PDF

54. Skedros JG, Mendenhall SD, Kiser CJ (2011) Prolonged dyspnea after interscalene block: Attributed to undiagnosed Addison’s disease and myasthenia gravis. Case Reports in Medicine, 2011:968181
– View PDF

51. Skedros JG, Pitts TC, Hill BB (2010) Iatrogenic thoracic outlet syndrome caused by revision surgery for multiple subacute fixation failures of a clavicle fracture: A case report. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 19:e18-e23
– View PDF

50. Skedros JG, Taylor KW, Pitts TC (2009) Use of a myocutaneous latissimus dorsi flap in managing a deep infection of a shoulder arthrodesis after hardware removal: A case report. Current Orthopaedic Practice, 20:582-586
– View PDF

44. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, and Pitts TC (2007) Variations in corticosteroid/anesthetic injections for painful shoulder conditions: Comparisons among orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, and physical medicine and primary-care physicians. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. 8:63
– View PDF

43. Skedros JG and Pitts TC (2007) Temporal variations in a modified Neer impingement test can confound clinical interpretation. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 460:130-136
– View PDF

42. Burkhead WZ, Skedros JG, O’Rourke PJ, Pierce WA, Pitts, TC (2007) A novel double-row rotator cuff repair exceeds strengths of conventional repairs. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 461:106-113
– View PDF

29. Burkhead WZ, Skedros JG, Arcand MA, Krishnan SG, O’Rourke PJ, Pierce WA (2004) Transosseous anchor double knot (TOAK) technique for rotator cuff repair. Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 5:200-207
– View PDF

16. Zeman CA, Arcand MA, Cantrell JS, Skedros JG, Burkhead WZ Jr (1998) The rotator cuff-deficient arthritic shoulder: Diagnosis and surgical management. Journal of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 6:337-348
– View PDF

Clinical – Osteoporosis

Peer-Reviewed Publications

47.   Skedros JG, Sybrowsky CL, Stoddard GJ (2007) The osteoporosis self-assessment screening tool: A useful tool for the orthopaedic surgeon. Journal of Bone Joint Surgery, 89-A:765-772
– View PDF

46. Skedros JG, Bertin KC, Holyoak JD, Milleson NM, Halley AJ (2007) The orthopedist as clinical densitometrist: Cost- and time-effectiveness. American Journal of Orthopedics, 36:15-22
– View PDF

38. Skedros JG, Holyoak JD, and Pitts TC (2006) Knowledge and opinions of orthopaedic surgeons concerning medical evaluation and treatment of patients with osteoporotic fracture. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 88:18-24
– View PDF

31. Skedros JG (2004) The orthopaedic surgeon’s role in diagnosing and treating osteoporosis: Standing discharge orders may be the solution for timely medical care. Osteoporosis International, 15:405-410
– View PDF

Knee Studies

Peer-Reviewed Publications

68. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Thomas SC, Paluso AM, Bertin KC (2014) Dilemma of high conversion rate from knee Arthroscopy to TKR. American Journal of Orthopedics, 43: E153-E158.
– View PDF

22. Jones RE, Skedros JG, Chan AJ, Beauchamp DH, Harkins PC (2001) Total knee arthroplasty Using the S-ROMâ Mobile-Bearing Hinge Prosthesis. Journal of Arthroplasty, 16:279-287
– View PDF

21. Jones RE, Barrack RL, Skedros JG (2001) Modular, mobile-bearing hinge total knee arthroplasty. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 392:306-314
– View PDF

2. Mantas JP, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG, Hofmann AA (1992) Implications of reference axes used for rotational alignment of the femoral component in primary and revision knee arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty, 7:531-535
– View PDF

Other Clinical Studies

Peer-Reviewed Publications

68. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Thomas SC, Paluso AM, Bertin KC (2014) Dilemma of high conversion rate from knee Arthroscopy to TKR. American Journal of Orthopedics, 43: E153-E158.
– View PDF

55. Skedros JG, Brand RA (2011) Biographical Sketch: Georg Hermann von Meyer, 1815-1892. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 469:3072-3076
– View PDF

28. Kuo TY, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (2003) Measurement of femoral anteversion by biplane radiography and computed tomography imaging: Comparison with an anatomic reference. Investigative Radiology, 38:221-229
– View PDF

22. Jones RE, Skedros JG, Chan AJ, Beauchamp DH, Harkins PC (2001) Total knee arthroplasty Using the S-ROMâ Mobile-Bearing Hinge Prosthesis. Journal of Arthroplasty, 16:279-287
– View PDF

21. Jones RE, Barrack RL, Skedros JG (2001) Modular, mobile-bearing hinge total knee arthroplasty. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 392:306-314
– View PDF

17.   Kuo T, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1998) Comparison of human, primate and canine femora: Implications for biomaterials testing in total hip replacement. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 40:475-489
– View PDF

6. Bloebaum RD, Lauritzen RS, Skedros JG, Smith EF, Thomas KA, Bennett JT, Hofmann AA (1993) Roentgenographic procedure for selecting proximal femur allograft for use in revision arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty, 8:347-360
– View PDF

5. Bloebaum RD, Ota DT, Skedros JG, Mantas JP (1993) Comparison of human and canine external femoral morphologies in the context of total hip replacement. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 27:1149-1159
– View PDF

2. Mantas JP, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG, Hofmann AA (1992) Implications of reference axes used for rotational alignment of the femoral component in primary and revision knee arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty, 7:531-535
– View PDF

Abstracts

115. Keenan KE, Mears CS, Langston TD, Phippen CM, Litton SM, Brady TS, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG (2015) Age-related changes in the microstructural organization of the femoral neck suggest degradation in bone quality independent of cortical thinning and increased porosity. Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, poster no. ; ORS 2015 eBook, pgs.
– View PDF

114. Mears CS, Keenan KE, Langston TD, Phippen CM, Litton SM, Brady TS, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG (2015) Age-related emergence of deleterious buckling ratio in the femoral neck fails to maintain the coupling with predominant collagen fiber orientation and osteon morphotypes seen in younger bones. Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, poster no. ; ORS 2015 eBook, pgs.
– View PDF

113. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Mears CS, Langston TD (2015) The “shear resistance-priority hypothesis”: a means for enhancing understanding of material adaptations in bones that habitually experience complex loading. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 154 (Suppl. 60):290
– View PDF

112. Mears CS, Litton SM, Phippen CM, Langston TD, Skedros JG (2015) Improving accuracy, precision, and efficiency in analysis of osteon cross-sectional shape. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 154 (Suppl. 60):223
– View PDF

111. Skedros JG (2014) Load Complexity Categories: An important consideration in bone adaptation studies. 7th World Congress of Biomechanics; July 11, 2014; Boston, Massachusetts
– View PDF

110. Skedros JG, Mears CS, Epperson RT, Bloebaum RD (2014) Trabecular bone has the capacity for hemiosteonal collagen/lamellar “morphotype” adaptation: Implications for advancing understanding of the emergence of skeletal fragility in the elderly. 60th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, poster no. 622, ORS 2014 eBook, pgs. 1145-1146
– View PDF

109. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Mears CS, Pitts TC, Burkhead WZ (2014) Mechanical testing data favor modification of humerus fracture treatment algorithms. 60th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, poster no. 1888, ORS 2014 eBook, pgs. 2489-2493
– View PDF

108. Skedros JG, Mears CS, Skedros GA, Henrie TR, Litton SM, Keenan KE (2014) The mechanical relevance of secondary osteon “morphotypes”: Implications for accommodating non-uniform strains and the etiology of stress fractures. 60th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, poster no. 1513, ORS 2014 eBook, pgs. 1293-1295
– View PDF

107. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Litton SM, Skedros GA, Mears CS (2014) Current exclusion criteria for selecting osteons for circularity analysis are potentially problematic. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 153 (Suppl. 58): 241
– View PDF

106. Mears CS, Keenan KE, Skedros JG (2014) Recognizing and resolving inconsistencies and inaccuracies in determining osteon circularity: Can methods be standardized? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 153 (Suppl. 58): 183
– View PDF

105. Keenan KE, Litton SM, Skedros GA, Skedros JG (2014) Use of osteon circularity to determine species affiliations can be confounded by habitual load complexity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 153 (Suppl. 58): 156
– View PDF

104. Henrie TR, Dalton M, Skedros JG (2014) Sealed osteons: A pathological consequence or natural circumstance of extensive remodeling? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 153 (Suppl. 58): 140
– View PDF

103. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Halley JA (2013) Reduced loading of the femoral neck with aging is correlated with regional changes in collagen fiber orientation but not osteon morphotypes or population densities. 59th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Antonio, Texas, Vol. 38: 1419
– View PDF

102. Keenan KE, Egbert J, Mears C, Skedros G, Reynolds J, Skedros JG (2013) Antler has inherent collagen fiber orientation heterogeneity (CFO-Het): Implications for investigating bisphosphonate- and age-related degradation in human bone quality. 59th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Antonio, Texas, Vol. 38: 1420
– View PDF

101. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Mears C, Pitts T, Burkhead WZ (2013) Ultimate fracture load of cadaveric proximal humeri correlates more strongly with mean combined cortical thickness than cortical index, DEXA density, or CC ratio. 59th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Antonio, Texas, Vol. 38: 63
– View PDF

100. Sinclair KD, Farnsworth RW, Pham TX, Knight AN, Bloebaum RD, Skedros JG (2012) Micro-computed tomography characterization of the trabecular bone architecture of the deer calcaneus: A potential “control bone” for interpreting femoral neck adaptation and loading. 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 37: 1515
– View PDF

99. Keenan KE, Skedros JG (2012) Collagen fiber orientation (CFO) and CFO heterogeneity (CFO-Het) in the human femoral neck cortex: Do these characteristics demonstrate age-related changes in load-history? 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 37: 525
– View PDF

98. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Halley JA, Knight AN, Bloebaum RD (2012) Osteon morphotypes and predominant collagen fiber orientation are adaptations for habitual medial-lateral bending in the human proximal diaphysis: Implications for understanding the etiology of atypical fractures. 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 37: 1512
– View PDF

97. Skedros JG, Knight AN, Drew AJ, Millet AM, Bachus KN, Bloebaum RD (2012) Fast Fourier transform analysis of lamellations within trabecular bone packets: Relationships with animal maturity, strain mode, and mean tissue age. 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 37: 1510
– View PDF

95. Knight AN, Skedros JG, Farnsworth RW, Kawaguchi BS, Bloebaum RD (2012) Does trabecular bone have the capacity to adapt at the material/compositional level? 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 37: 524
– View PDF

94. Skedros JG (2012) When artiodactyls lead anthropologists astray: Important considerations, strengths, and limitations of comparing limb bone adaptation between artiodactyls and primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 147 (Suppl. 54): 270-271
– View PDF

93. Keenan KE, Millet AM, Skedros JG (2012) Unexpected regional differences in collagen fiber orientation heterogeneity (CFO-Het) between chimpanzee and human proximal femoral shafts: Is CFO-Het still a useful characteristic for corroborating load history data? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 147 (Suppl. 54): 178-179
– View PDF

92. Knight AN, Keenan KE, Halley JA, Skedros JG (2012) Drifting osteons seem unlikely to be a mechanical adaptation in view of inconsistent regional distributions and overall low prevalence in adult chimpanzee and human femora. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 147 (Suppl. 54): 184
– View PDF

91. Skedros JG, Ogden BW, Paluso AM, Thomas SC, Knight AN, Bertin KC (2011) An orthopaedic surgeon double-triage system failed to reduce the conversion rate from index knee arthroscopy to total knee replacement. 57th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Long Beach, California, Vol. 36: 2006
– View PDF

90. Williams TJ, Horn JB, Oakes AE, Mendenhall SD, Skedros JG (2011) Estrogen deficiency produces strain-mode-specific differences in bone resorption and microdamage in the rat ulna: Implications for the etiology of stress fractures in the female athlete triad. 57th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Long Beach, California, Vol. 36: 1490
– View PDF

89. Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Dakoulas LL, Bloebaum RD (2011) What can antler microstructure teach us about human bone toughening? 57th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Long Beach, California, Vol. 36: 2236
– View PDF

88. Skedros JG (2011) Collagen fiber orientation (CFO) variations in the hominid femoral neck are likely invalid for deciphering load history when cortical robusticity is low. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 52: 275-276
– View PDF

87. Dakoulas LL, Keenan KE, Skedros JG (2011) Collagen fiber orientation heterogeneity (CFO-Het): Evaluation of this new characteristic in antler, primate, and non-primate bones shows that it does not correlate well with load history. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 52: 120
– View PDF

86. Keenan KE, Skedros JG (2011) Collagen fiber orientation heterogeneity (CFO-Het): Does this new characteristic reflect habitual load history in the chimpanzee femur and does it corroborate CFO based on image gray levels? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 52: 183
– View PDF

85. Williams TJ, Jardine CN, Keenan KE, Skedros JG, Kiser CJ (2010) Secondary osteon cross-sectional size and morphotype score are independent in limb bones subject to habitual bending or torsion. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 50: 245
– View PDF

84. Keenan KE, Knight AN, Tingey SD, Kiser CJ, Thomas SC, Skedros JG (2010) Drifting osteons occur in higher concentrations in habitual tension environments: A microstructural toughening mechanism? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 50: 140
– View PDF

83. Beckstrom AB, Skedros JG, Kiser CJ, Keenan KE, (2010) Predominant collagen fiber orientation data support the multi-domain load hypothesis in the chimpanzee femur. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 50: 63
– View PDF

82. Skedros JG, Kiser CJ, Keenan KE (2010) Trabecular eccentricity: This new characteristic reveals relative influences of tension and compression stress in adapting metaphyses/epiphyses for habitual bending. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 50: 218
– View PDF

81. Kiser CJ, Skedros JG, Keenan KE, Thomas SC, Beckstrom AB (2010) Twelve-point osteon morphotype scoring schemes are not better than a six-point scoring scheme for interpreting habitual bending: Evaluation in chimpanzee femora. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 50: 143
– View PDF

80. Horn JB, Williams TJ, Mendenhall SD, Skedros JG (2010) Microdamage morphology and distribution in the OVX fatigue-loaded rat ulna: Effects of absolute estrogen status and strain mode on microdamage accumulation and repair. 56th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, Vol. 35: 173
– View PDF

79. Clark GC, Skedros JG, Taylor KW, Sorenson SM, Qiu S (2009) Do osteocyte densities control osteon wall thickness? The hypothesis is supported in non-human appendicular bones but not in male human ribs. 55th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, Vol. 34: 856
– View PDF

78. Skedros JG (2009) Microscopic hypermineralized interfaces enhance toughness in antler and bone. 8th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology. Vancouver, BC, Canada, pg. 163
– View PDF

77. Skedros JG, Beckstrom AB, Kiser CJ, Bloebaum RD (2008) The importance of bipedality/bending in mediating morphological adaptation in the chimpanzee femoral neck might be overstated. Annual Meeting of American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Columbus, Ohio; American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 46: 195
– View PDF

76. Kopp DV, Skedros JG (2007) A control bone for trabecular architecture variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 44, pg. 146
– View PDF

75. Skedros JG, Clark GC, Qiu S (2007) Bone surface/volume relationships in stimulated vs. actual osteons: The confounding influences of ultrastructural complexity. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, California, Vol. 32: 1323
– View PDF

74. Mendenhall SD, Kitterman RT, Skedros JG (2007) Microdamage morphology and distribution in the fatigue-loaded rat ulna: Effects of age and strain mode on osteon-related repair 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, California, Vol. 32: 1404
– View PDF

73. Mendenhall SD, Jones JB, Kitterman RT, Skedros JG (2007) The periosteal and endosteal modeling process is affected by estrogen differently in response to fatigue loading than during development. J. Bone Miner. Res., Vol. 22(Suppl. 1): S217
– View PDF

72. Jones JB, Kitterman RT, Mendenhall SD, Skedros JG (2007) Do periosteal and intracortical response to ulnar fatigue loading differ between old and young rats? J. Bone Miner. Res., Vol. 22(Suppl. 1): S218
– View PDF

71. Skedros JG, Sorenson SM, Clark GC, Taylor KW, Anderson WE, Hoopes JV (2006) The influence of osteocytes on surface area/volume relationships in secondary osteons: Challenging paradigms based on human rib data. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Chicago, Illinois, Vol. 31: 1601
– View PDF

70. Skedros JG, Mendenhall SD, Anderson WE, Gubler KE, Hoopes JV, Sorenson SM (2006) Osteon phenotypic morphotypes: A new characteristic for interpreting bone quality in cortical bone. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Chicago, Illinois, Vol. 31: 1600
– View PDF

69. Skedros JG, Sybrowsky CL, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN, Wang X (2006) The relative influence of collagen crosslinks on the mechanical properties of equine cortical bone. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Chicago, Illinois, Vol. 31: 1581
– View PDF

68. Clark GC, Sorenson SM, Taylor KW, Hoopes J, Skedros JG (2005) Histomorphometric comparison of human rib data to mammalian appendicular bones. 35th Int. Sun Valley Hard Tissue Workshop, J. Musculoskeletal & Neuronal Interactions. 5(4): 370-371
– View PDF

67. Sorenson SM, Clark G, Hoopes J, Anderson WE, Taylor K, Skedros JG (2005) Surface area/volume relationships of secondary osteons in equine radii: Implications for regional variations in convective nutrient delivery. J. Bone Miner. Res., 20(Suppl. 1): S150-S151
– View PDF

66. Anderson WE, Skedros JG (2005) Comparative analysis of confocal and light microscopy for detecting in vivo microdamage in wild and domesticated animals. J. Bone Miner. Res., 20(Suppl. 1): S324
– View PDF

65. Skedros JG, Baucom SL (2004) Regional trabecular anisotropies suggest a two-domain loading regime in the proximal femur. 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 29: 1232
– View PDF

64. Sybrowsky CL, Skedros JG (2004) Comparison of the OST versus a typical risk-factor questionnaire for evaluating osteoporosis in men. J. Bone Miner. Res., 19(Suppl. 1): S164
– View PDF

63. Sorenson SM, Jenson NH, Skedros JG (2004) Prevalence of atypical osteon characteristics may reflect adaptations in bending environments and during growth. J. Bone Miner. Res., 19(Suppl. 1): S223
– View PDF

62. Skedros JG (2003) Knowledge and opinions of orthopaedic surgeons concerning initiation of treatment for patients with osteoporotic fractures. 49th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, Vol. 28: 1058
– View PDF

61. Skedros JG, Sybrowsky CL, Dayton MR, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (2003) The role of osteocyte lacuna population density on the mechanical properties of cortical bone. 49th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, Vol. 28: 414
– View PDF

60. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Dayton MR, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (2003) The influence of collagen fiber orientation on mechanical properties of cortical bone of an artiodactyl calcaneus: Implications for broad applications in bone adaptation. 49th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, Vol. 28: 411
– View PDF

59. Skedros JG, Demes B, Judex S (2003) Limitations in the use of predominant collagen fiber orientation for inferring loading history in cortical bone. American J. Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 35: 193
– View PDF

58. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ (2003) Does laminarity mediate site-specific differences in collagen fiber orientation in primary bone? An evaluation in the turkey ulna. J. Bone Miner. Res., 18 (Suppl. 1): S307
– View PDF

57. Skedros JG (2003) Regional trabecular anisotropies suggest a ‘two-domain’ loading regime in the proximal femur. J. Bone Miner. Res., 18(Suppl. 1): S255
– View PDF

56. Skedros JG, Brady JH, Sybrowsky CL (2002) Mathematical analysis of trabecular trajectories in apparent trajectorial structures: The unfortunate historical emphasis on the human proximal femur. American J. Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 34: 142-143
– View PDF

55. Skedros JG, Milleson NM, Henderson GL (2002) The orthopaedic surgeon’s role in diagnosing and treating osteoporosis: Standing discharge orders may be the solution for timely medical care. Osteoporosis International, 13 (Suppl. 1): S36
– View PDF

54. Skedros JG, Milleson NM (2002) The orthopaedic surgeon as a clinical densitometrist: Evaluation of cost and time effectiveness. Osteoporosis International, 13 (Suppl. 1): S128
– View PDF

53. Skedros JG (2002) Use of predominant collagen fiber orientation for interpreting cortical bone loading history: Bending vs. torsion. J. Bone Miner. Res., 17 (Suppl. 1): S307
– View PDF

52. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Sybrowsky CL (2002) Ontogenetic development of the ovine calcaneus: A model for examining the relative contributions of genetic, epigenetic, and extra-genetic stimuli. J. Bone Miner. Res., 17 (Suppl. 1): S330
– View PDF

51. Skedros JG (2002) Osteoporosis fracture tracking study: Medical care is often delayed for patients of orthopaedic surgeons. J. Bone Miner. Res., 17 (Suppl. 1): S427
– View PDF

50. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Bloebaum RD (2001) Expanding Wolff’s law: Variant and invariant strain stimuli in bone adaptation and maintenance. 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 26: 548
– View PDF

49. Skedros JG, Dayton MR, Bachus KN (2001) Strain-Mode-Specific loading of cortical bone reveals an important role for collagen fiber orientation in energy absorption. 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 26: 519
– View PDF

48. Vajda E, Gingell D, Miller S, Bachus K, Skedros JG (2001) Fatigue-loading increases intracortical resorption in rat ulnae independent of load-bearing strains. 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, Vol. 26: 540
– View PDF

47. Skedros JG, Kuo TY, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (2001) The role of cross-sectional cortical morphologies in interpreting habitual bending across the anthropoid hip: A comparative analysis. American J. Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 32: 138
– View PDF

46. Hunt KJ, Skedros JG (2001) The role of osteocyte lacunae populations in interpreting loading history of bone. American J. Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 32: 83
– View PDF

45. Skedros JG (2001) Collagen fiber orientation: A characteristic of strain-mode-related regional adaptation in cortical bone. Bone, 28 (Suppl.): S110-S111
– View PDF

44. Skedros JG (2001) Do osteon population densities reflect differences in fatigue history between limb bones of cursorial mammals? Bone, 28(Suppl.): S200
– View PDF

43. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Dayton MT, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (2001) Relative contributions of material characteristics to failure properties of cortical bone in strain-mode-specific loading: Implications for fragility in osteoporosis and aging. Conference Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics (25th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA), pg. 215
– View PDF

42. Hunt KJ, Skedros JG (2001) Implications for understanding fluid flow dynamics during functional loading: Application of regional microstructural heterogeneity in the turkey ulna. 31st Int. Sun Valley Hard Tissue Workshop, J. Musculoskeletal & Neuronal Interactions. 2: 98
– View PDF

41. Skedros JG, Brady JH (2001) Ontogeny of cancellous bone anisotropy in a natural “trajectorial structure: Genetics or epigenetics? J. Bone Miner. Res., 16 (Suppl. 1): S331
– View PDF

40. Hunt KJ, Skedros JG (2001) Regional microstructural heterogeneity in the turkey ulna: Implications for understanding fluid flow dynamics during functional loading. J. Bone Miner. Res., 16 (Suppl. 1): S330
– View PDF

39. Skedros JG, Sorenson SM, Takano Y, Turner CH (2006) Dissociation of mineral and collagen orientations may differentially adapt compact bone for regional loading environments: Results from acoustic velocity measurements in deer calcanei. Bone, 39:143-151
– View PDF

38. Skedros JG (2000) Do BMUs adapt osteon cross-sectional shape for habitual tension vs. compression loading? J. Bone Miner. Res., 15(Suppl. 1): S347
– View PDF

37. Skedros JG, Takano Y, Turner CH (2000) Mechanical loading patterns determine collagen and mineral orientation. J. Bone Miner. Res., 15(Suppl. 1): S348
– View PDF

36. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Attaya EN, Zirovich MD (2000) Uniform osteocyte lacuna population densities in a limb bone with highly non-uniform strain milieu. J. Bone Miner. Res., 15(Suppl. 1): S347
– View PDF

35. Skedros JG, Hunt KJ, Gingell D (2000) Changes in osteocyte densities during skeletal organogenesis. J. Bone Miner. Res., 15(Suppl. 1): S459
– View PDF

34. Vajda EG, Gingell D, Miller SC, Bachus KN, Skedros JG (2000) Repair of fatigue damage occurs independent of load-induced strain in rats. J. Bone Miner. Res., 15(Suppl. 1): S445
– View PDF

33. Skedros JG, Holmes JL, Vajda EG, Durand P (1999) Quantitative microprobe analyses suggest that cement lines of secondary osteonal bone are not mineral deficient. Transactions of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Anaheim, California, pg. 775
– View PDF

32. Skedros JG, Kuo, TY (1999) Ontogenetic changes in regional collagen fiber orientation suggest a role for variant strain stimuli in cortical bone construction. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri) 14(Suppl. 1): S441
– View PDF

31. Skedros JG, Hughes PE, Nelson K, Winet H (1999) Collagen fiber orientation in the proximal femur: Challenging Wolff’s tension/compression interpretation. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri) 14(Suppl. 1): S441
– View PDF

30. Kuo TY, Skedros JG, Lundeen, GA, Bloebaum RD (1998) Direct and indirect measurement of femoral anteversion. Western Orthopaedic Association, Aspen, Colorado.
– View PDF

29. Jones RE, Skedros JG, Chan AJ, Beauchamp DH, Harkins PC (1998) Total knee arthroplasty using the S-ROM mobile-bearing hinge total knee system. Western Orthopaedic Association, Aspen, Colorado.
– View PDF

28. Burkhead WZ, Skedros JG, O’Rourke PJ, Arcand MA, Pierce WA (1998) Comparison of failure strengths of conventional rotator cuff repairs to a technique using a combination of trans-osseous sutures and suture anchors. Western Orthopaedic Association, Aspen, Colorado.
– View PDF

27. Skedros JG, Hughes PE, Zirovich MD (1998) Collagen fiber orientation in the turkey ulna supports a role for variant strain stimuli in cortical bone construction. ASBMR-IBMS Second Joint Meeting, San Francisco. Bone 23(5, Suppl.): S437
– View PDF

26. Kuo TY, Skedros JG, Lundeen, GA, Bloebaum RD (1998) Direct and indirect measurement of femoral anteversion. Transactions of the 44th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, pg. 835.
– View PDF

25. Dayton MR, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN (1997) Investigation of the objectives of adaptation of a cortical tension/compression system through mechanical testing. Transactions of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California, pg. 817.
– View PDF

24. Dayton MR, Nelson MC, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1996) Safety factors as the objective of cortical bone adaptation. Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Atlanta, Georgia. pg. 131
– View PDF

23. Kuo T, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1996) Comparison of human, primate, and canine proximal femoral morphologies in the context of total hip replacement. Western Orthopaedic Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

-no PDF available

22. Skedros JG, Deitch KC, Zirovich MD, Mason MW (1996) Uniform Osteocyte lacuna population densities in a limb bone with non-uniform customary strain milieu and heterogeneous material organization. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington) 11(Suppl. 1): S268
– View PDF

21. Nelson MC, Skedros JG, Mason MW, Bloebaum RD (1995) Potential evidence of microstructural, mineral, and cross-sectional adaptation to specific strain features in bone. Transactions of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Orlando, Florida, 20(2), pg. 551.
– View PDF

20. Skedros JG, Nelson MC, Dayton M (1995) Safety factors as the objective of cortical bone adaptation and maintenance. The American Orthopaedic Association 28th Annual Residents’ Conference. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
– View PDF

19. Skedros JG, Chow F, Patzakis MJ (1995) The artiodactyl calcaneus as a model for examining mechanisms governing regional differences in remodeling activities in cortical bone. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland) 10(Suppl. 1): S441
– View PDF

18. Skedros JG, Parry TR, Durand P, Bloebaum RD (1995) Potential evidence of fatigue-related material adaptation between limb bones of a cursorial mammal. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland) 10(Suppl. 1): S441
– View PDF

17. Skedros JG, Durand P, Bloebaum RD (1995) Hypermineralized peripheral lamellae in primary osteons of deer antler: Potential functional analogues of cement lines in mammalian secondary bone. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland) 10(Suppl. 1): S441
– View PDF

16. Skedros JG (1995) Examination of trabecular bone for material adaptation to habitual differences in physiologic strain modes. Journal for Bone and Mineral Research (Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland) 10(Suppl. 1): S442
– View PDF

15. Skedros JG, Dirksmeier P (1995) Evidence of strain-mode-related ultrastructural adaptation in cortical bone – Detected using circularly polarized light in thin sections. Transactions of the 2nd annual meeting of the International Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, pg. 129
– View PDF

14. Mason MW, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1994) Evidence of microstructural adaptation to compression loading: The optimal cortical structure. Transactions of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 40th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, pg. 562
– View PDF

13. Skedros JG (1994) Collagen fiber orientation in skeletal tension/compression systems: A potential role of variant strain stimuli in the maintenance of cortical bone organization. Trans. of the American Soc. for Bone and Mineral Research, Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Vol. 9, abstract B84, pg. S251
– View PDF

12. Skedros JG, Ota D, Bloebaum RD (1993) Mineral content analysis of tension/compression skeletal systems: Indications of potential strain-specific differences. Transactions of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, 8(Suppl. 1), pg. 789.
– View PDF

11. Skedros JG, Ghiassi A, Schmotzer H (1993) Quantification of in vivo microdamage in bone – Implications for the role of structural microdamage in mediating bone remodeling. Southern Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

-no PDF available

10. Skedros JG, Mason MW, Bloebaum RD (1993) Evidence of potential strain-mode-specific differences in cortical bone microstructure in a tension/compression system. Transactions of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 39th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, pg. 533
– View PDF

9. Skedros JG, Mills BG (1993) Presence of bioactive molecules (osteopontin and osteocalcin) in osteon cement lines: Implications for bone remodeling theory and stress fracture biology. University of Southern California Graduate Orthopaedic Society, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles.

-no PDF available

8. Zou L , Skedros JG (1993) Determining the mineralized volume fraction of cancellous bone. Transactions of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 39th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, pg. 543
– View PDF

7. Skedros JG, Ota D, Mason MW, Nelson MC, Bloebaum RD (1992) Influence of strain magnitudes on the structural/material organization of bone – Implications for osteoporosis research. Western Orthopaedic Association, Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington.
– View PDF

6. Gunasekaran S, Constantz BR, Monjazeb M, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1991) An effective way of assessing crosslinks of collagenous proteins in biomaterials and tissues. Transactions of the Society for Biomaterials, 17th Annual Meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona, pg. 139
– View PDF

5. Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1991) Geometric analysis of a tension/compression system: Implications for femoral neck modeling. Transactions of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 37th Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, pg. 421
– View PDF

4. Boyce TM, Bloebaum RD, Bachus KN, Skedros JG (1990) Calibration of the backscattered electron signal for bone, biomaterial, and implant research. Transactions of the Society for Biomaterials, 16th Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, pg. 188
– View PDF

3. Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD, Boyce TM (1990) Relationship of graylevels in backscattered electron images of simulated bone tissue to atomic number, density, and mineral content. Transactions of the Society for Biomaterials, 16th Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, pg. 53
– View PDF

2. Gunasekaran S, Constantz BR, Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1990) Collagen cross-link differences between superior and inferior portions of deer calcaneus bone. Gordon Research Conference on Bioengineering and Orthopaedic Sciences.

-no PDF available

1. Skedros JG, Bloebaum RD (1988) Challenging conventional modeling of the human femoral neck: Implications for osteoporosis-related femoral neck fractures. American Federation of Clinical Research, Annual Meeting, Carmel, California.

-no PDF available