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Mohammed Khalid, MD

Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Hand and Wrist



Clinical Interests

Hand and wrist surgery


Contact Information

Mohamed Khalid
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Missouri
Orthopaedic Surgery
573-882-3105

khalidm@health.missouri.edu



Education


  • MB BS, 1992 - Mysore Medical College, University of Mysore, India.
  • DNB-1, 1994 - NATIONAL BOARD OF MEDICAL, EXAMINERS, DELHI, INDIA
  • PLAB, 1993 - GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL, LONDON,UK
  • FMGEMS, 1991 - EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION FOR FOREIGN MEDICAL GRADUATES, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA
  • ATLS (Provider), 1994 - AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, CHICAGO, IL, USA
  • FRCS, 1997 - ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS OF GLASGOW,UK




Honors & Awards


  • NHS Innovations award for SMART (swelling management after recent trauma) device 2007 – patent pending
  • Medical Futures Innovation Award conferred by the Royal Institution of Great Britain for FRIEND (fracture repair implant embedded navigation device) – patent pending
  • Eighth Rank in Final MB BS
  • Highest Marks in Pathology, Pharmacology,& Medicine.
  • Student Editor of Mysore Medical College Magazine"Lifeline"(1989) and Photography Section Editor of theWall Magazine "REVERBERATIONS"(1988).
  • Represented Mysore Medical College in Technieks – 1987. (Inter-University cultural Competition and won two awards in the Photography Section (Portrait & Landscape)




Ongoing Research


Fiber optics sensors for monitoring bone quality and fracture healing. These are very small diameter (40-80 microns) fibers that can be embedded in the fracture fixation implants or attached to the surface of the bone. They have multiple etchings or mirrors called gratings that reflect a portion of the light that is passing through them. The wavelength of the reflected light changes with the changing physical parameters such as stress, temperature, vibration etc. By measuring the change in wavelength, the physical environment around the fibers could be deduced accurately.

Tracking three-dimensional motion of the carpal bones with particular reference to scaphoid, lunate and triquetrium in normal wrists as well in injured wrists with various types of instability patterns. Hitherto, we have been relying on X-rays, which are two-dimensional representation of what is actually a three-dimensional, inter-related and complex motion between bones that are of irregular shape and interconnected by means of several ligaments. It is anticipated that this research will lead to a better understanding of the various instability patterns and would allow us to treat them in a better way.

Selected Publications

  1. Biomechanical comparison of pull-out force of unicortical versus bicortical screws in proximal phalanges of the hand: A human cadaveric study Mohamed Khalid, Kanthan Theivendran, , Mubashir Cheema, Vaikunthan Rajaratnam and Subodh C. Deshmukh. Clinical Bio-mechanics Volume 23, Issue 9, Pages 1136 – 1140.
  2. The mend of the bend-Flexor pollicis longus tendon has an additional pulley distal to its point of angulation Kuen Foo Chin, Mohamed Khalid, Nitish Gogi, Jonathan Fussey, Donal Shanahan, Subodh Deshmukh. Clinical Anatomy; 21(5):427-432.June 2008. (published online. Will be published in the print journal shortly)
  3. ROLE OF MRI IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CLINICALLY SUSPECTED SCAPHOID FRACTURE. An analysis of 611 consecutive cases and literature review. Accepted for publication by Emergency Medical Journal Ref: EMERMED/2008/058750
  4. Does the Crack Silently Break the Back?: Long-Term Follow-Up and Assessment of Risk Factors for Regional Osteoporosis Following Tibial Shaft Fractures. Khalid, Mohamed; Heffernan, Gregory; Brannigan, Ann; Burke, Thomas; Grace, Pierce; Lyons, Declan Journal of clinical densitometry, Volume 8, Number 4, December 2005 , pp. 467-471(5)
  5. Persistant calf muscle wasting following tibial shaft fractures in young athletes. Mohamed Khalid, Ann Brannigan, Thomas Burke. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2006;40:552-553






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