A 43 year old man presented to the Avascular Necrosis program at The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk with right hip pain that increases with physical activity. He had no history that put him at risk for osteonecrosis but MRI revealed a Ficat Stage II lesion of his femoral head.
This young woman presented to the osteonecrosis program at The Denver Clinic with severe knee pain. She had a previous history of osteochondritis dissecans and previous episodes of knee pain that eventually resolved with prolonged rest. When she presented to the osteonecrosis program her knee pain had not resolved with rest, as it had before. Her MRI showed an area of osteonecrosis on her femoral condyle.
|Vascularized Bone Graft|
|Stem Cell Injection|
|David B. Hahn, MD|
Dr. David Hahn is an orthopedic surgeon with specialty training in foot and ankle surgery. His clinical interest is in talar osteonecrosis (AVN) and osteochondral allografts for treatment of talar AVN.