Matthew Dobbs, MD

Matthew Dobbs, MD

Selected Publications
Luhmann SJ, Schootman M, Schoenecker PL, Dobbs MB, Gordon JE: Complications and Outcomes of Open Pediatric Forearm Fractures. J Pediatr Orthop. 2004 Jan-Feb; 24 (1): 1-6.

Dobbs MB, Lenke LG, Walton T, Peelle M, Rocca GD, Steger-May K, Bridwell KH: Can We Predict the Ultimate Lumbar Curve in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Patients Undergoing a Selective Fusion with Undercorrection of the Thoracic Curve? Spine, 2004 Feb 1; 29(3): 277-85.

Dobbs MB, Gordon JE, Schoenecker PL: Absent Posterior Tibial Artery Associated with Idiopathic Clubfoot. A Report of Two Cases. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 2004 Mar; 86-A(3): 599-602.

Bashiardes S, Veile R, Allen M, Wise CA, Dobbs MB, et al: SNTG1, the Gene Encoding Gammal-Syntrophin: A Candidate Gene for Idiopathic Scoliosis. Human Genetics, 2004 Jun; 115(1): 81-9. Epub 2004 April.

Gordon JE, Osland JD, Dobbs MB, Szymanski DA, Schoenecker PL, Luhmann SJ: Smoking and Socioeconomic Status in the Etiology of Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics-British, 2004.

Dobbs MB, Rich MM, Gordon JE, Szymanski DA, Schoenecker PL: Use of an Intramedullary Rod for Treatment of Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia. A Long-Term Follow-up Study. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 2004 Jun; 86(6): 1186-1197.

Dobbs MB, Gordon JE, Walton T, Schoenecker PL: Bleeding Complications Following Percutaneous Tendoachilles Tenotomy in the Treatment of Clubfoot Deformity. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, 2004 Jul-Aug; 24(4): 353-357.

Gordon JE, Khanna N, Luhmann SJ, Dobbs MB, Ortman MR, Schoenecker PL: Intramedullary Nailing of Femoral Fractures in Children Through the Lateral Aspect of the Greater Trochanter Preliminary Results of a New Technique in 15 Children. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, 2004 August; 18(7): 416-422.

Dobbs MB, Walton T: Autosomal dominant transmission of accessory navicular. Iowa Orthopaedic Journal, 2004; 24:84-5

Dietz FR, Albanese SA, Katz DA, Dobbs MB, Salamon PB, Schoenecker PL, Sussman MD: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis in Down Syndrome. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, 2004 Sept – Oct; 24(5): 508-513.

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Dr. Dobbs’ Office Locations

St. Louis Children's Hospital

4S60, Suite 1B

One Children's Place

St Louis, MO 63110

St. Louis Children's Specialty Care Center

13001 N Outer Forty Rd., Suite 1C

Town and Country, MO 63017

(Appointments available until 6pm on Thursdays)


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