IMMEDIATE ACCESS PUBLICATIONS
The publications below can be accessed by clicking each link. These articles are published on external sites and are listed here for the purpose of creating a library of work related to the research Napa Medical Research Foundation is conducting.
Bodor M, Journal of Orthopedic Research 2002; 20/5: 1131-1132.
Bodor M, Journal of Applied Physiology, 2001; 91/1: 528-9.
Bodor M, Journal of Orthopedic Research 2001; 19/4: 629-633.
Bodor M, Journal of Orthopedic Research 2001; 19/2: 152.
INTRAMUSCULAR METABOLIC RESPONSES TO VOLUNTARY ISOMETRIC EXERCISE IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS ARE CONSISTENT WITH CENTRAL NEURONAL FATIGUE
Bodor M, Journal of Applied Physiology 2000; 89/5: 2105-2106.
Bodor M, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1999; 80:607.
FULL TEXT PUBLICATIONS & ABSTRACTS
The publications below can be accessed by clicking each link. These articles are published on external sites and are available through purchase, subscription, or as free PDF download; each site may vary.
Dregalla, RC, Uribe, Y, Bodor, M. Accepted for publication, April 2021 in The Journal of Orthopaedic Research.
HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS RESPOND DIFFERENTIALLY TO PLATELET PREPARATIONS AND SYNTHESIZE HYALURONIC ACID IN NUCLEUS PULPOSUS EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX
Dregalla RC, Uribe Y, Bodor M, Accepted for publication, June 2020 in The Spine Journal.
Natanzi N, Hebroni F, Bodor M, Accepted for publication, March 2020 in Radiology Case Reports.
Bodor M, Dregalla R, Uribe Y, November 2017 in BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine .
Bodor M, Jarosz R, Accepted for publication, August 2014 in Medicine Science Sports and Exercise.
Bodor M, Williams K, Muscle Nerve. 2014 Dec;50(6):1025-6.
Bodor M, McDonald CM, Muscle Nerve. 2013 Sep;48(3):336-42.
INTRODUCTION: Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is caused by a genetic defect resulting in absent dystrophin, yet children are able to walk when small and young but lose this ability as they grow. The mdx mouse has absent dystrophin yet does not exhibit significant disability.
METHODS: Allometric modeling of linearly increasing load per muscle fiber and stress on the sarcolemma with growth and exponential decline associated with loss of muscle fibers correlated with case studies and animal models of DMD.
RESULTS: Smaller species or breeds are predictably less affected than large as follows: mdx mice < small golden retriever muscular dystrophy (GRMD) dogs < large GRMD dogs < humans. Case reports of combined growth hormone and dystrophin deficiency show a relatively benign course of disease.
CONCLUSIONS: Future therapeutic trials in DMD might include specific growth inhibitors in combination with standard of care treatments to delay the clinical onset and reduce the severity of disease and disability.
Buncke G, McCormack B, Bodor M, Microsurgery. 2013 Feb 18.
PURPOSE: Ultrasound (US) has been used in the management of carpal tunnel syndrome since the 1980s. The first report of US-guided carpal tunnel release (CTR) was published in 1997, with cadaver and clinical reports confirming the safe navigation of surgical tools with US for division of the transverse carpal ligament. The MANOS CTR device was recently reported as a minimally invasive tool for CTR, and may be well suited for use with US guidance.
PATIENTS AND METHODS: The authors report three cases of US-guided CTR using the MANOS CTR device. The MANOS device was inserted in a blunt configuration into the safe zone, and the cutting surface was deployed with a thumb-activated trigger that simultaneously ejected a sharp through the palm. The transverse carpal ligament was divided safely and confirmed with US. RESULTS: US allowed for clear identification of the median nerve, safe zones, transverse carpal ligament, and the MANOS CTR device in relation to all pertinent structures of the carpal tunnel. Complete division of the transverse carpal ligament was confirmed in all three cases. There were no median nerve, vessel, tendon injuries, or chronic regional pain syndrome in any of the three cases.
CONCLUSIONS: US-guided CTR with the MANOS CTR device appears to be a safe technique and successful in confirming complete release.
Goldberg G, Bodor M, PMR. 2012 Jan;4(1):50-1
Bodor M and Fullerton B, Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 2010 Aug; 21(3):509-531.
High-frequency diagnostic ultrasonography of the hand, wrist and elbow has significant potential to improve the quality of diagnosis and care provided by neuromuscular and musculoskeletal specialists. In patients referred for weakness, pain and numbness of the hand, wrist or elbow, diagnostic ultrasonography can be an adjunct to electrodiagnosis and help in identifying ruptured tendons and treating conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome or trigger finger. Use of a small high-frequency (>10-15 MHz) transducer, an instrument with a blunt pointed tip to enhance sonopalpation and a model of the hand, wrist and elbow is advised to enhance visualization of small anatomical structures and complex bony contours. A range of conditions, including tendon and ligament ruptures, trigger finger, de Quervain tenosynovitis, intersection syndrome, lateral epicondylitis, and osteoarthritis, is described along with detailed ultrasonography-guided injection techniques for carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger.
Bodor M, Martin CR, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 2010 Feb; 42(2):409.
Bodor M, Montalvo E, Vaccine 2007 Jan 8; 25(4):585-7.
We present two cases of shoulder pain and weakness following influenza and pneumococcal vaccine injections provided high into the deltoid muscle. Based on ultrasound measurements, we hypothesize that vaccine injected into the subdeltoid bursa caused a periarticular inflammatory response, subacromial bursitis, bicipital tendonitis and adhesive capsulitis. Resolution of symptoms followed corticosteroid injections to the subacromial space, bicipital tendon sheath and glenohumeral joint, followed by physical therapy. We conclude that the upper third of the deltoid muscle should not be used for vaccine injections, and the diagnosis of vaccination-related shoulder dysfunction should be considered in patients presenting with shoulder pain following a vaccination.
Bodor M, Muscle & Nerve 2002; 6:923-924.
Bodor M, Muscle & Nerve 1999; 5:649-650.
ACOUSTIC AND ELECTRICAL ACTIVITIES DURING VOLUNTARY ISOMETRIC CONTRACTION OF BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLES IN PATIENTS WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Bodor M, Muscle & Nerve 1997; 6:764.