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PEOC Consultant - Mr Peter J. Schranz

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Mr Peter J. Schranz

 

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Directorate:

Orthopaedic

 

Specialty:

Trauma and Orthopaedics

 

Sub-Specialty and conditions treated:

Knee surgery

Arthroscopic knee surgery including meniscal repair

Microfracture

Chondrocyte implantation

Patellar instability

Patellar pain

Knee arthritis in the young adult

Knee ligament instability

Anterior cruciate ligament injuries

Posterior cruciate ligament injuries

Multiple ligament injuries

Corrective osteotomy of the femur and tibia

 

Special Clinical Interests:

Knee ligament instability, multiple ligament instability, sports knee surgery

 

Research interests

Knee reconstruction, painful knee replacements, computer navigation

 

Base Ward(s) worked on / with or department:

Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre

 

Year of first medical qualification:

1981

 

Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies:

British Orthopaedic Association

British Association for Surgery of the Knee

Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine

Combined Services Orthopaedic Society

Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburghl

 

Secretary's name:

Rosie Bricknell

 

Contact details - phone number and / or secretary phone no.:

01392 403576

 

Contact details - email address and / or secretary email address:

rosemary.bricknell@nhs.net

 

Recent publications:

The measurement of patellar height
C.L. Phillips, D.A.T. Silver, P.J Schranz, V. Mandalia
J.B.J.S. 92-B, 1045-1054, 2010

Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction using a longitudinal patellar tunnel
J Matthews, P Schranz
Int Orthop. 2009 Dec 8

Torpedo grafting in tibial non-union
J Kosy, P Schranz, K Eyres
Annals Royal College of Surgeons, 2009

Evaluation of patients with a painful total knee replacement        
V Mandalia, K Eyres, P Schranz, AD Toms
J.B.J.S. 90-B, 265-271, 2008

Acl reconstruction: a metanalysis of functional scores
DJM Biau, C Tournoux, S Katsahian, P J Schranz, R S Nizard
Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2007 May; 458:180-7

Bone patellar tendon bone versus hamstring graft for acl reconstruction: A metanalysis
DJM Biau, C Tournoux, S Katsahian, P J Schranz, R S Nizard
BMJ 332, 995-1001, 2006

The risk of anterior cruciate ligament rupture with generalized joint laxity
R Ramesh, O Von Arx, T Azzopardi, PJ Schranz
J.B.J.S. 87-B 800-803, 2005

Transvers hoffa’s or deep osteochondral fracture? An unusual fracture of the lateral femoral condyle in a child
DJM Biau and PJ Schranz
INJURY 36, (7), 862-865, 2005

An air-fluid medium for arthrocopic acl reconstruction
P J Schranz, W B Farrington
Arthroscopy,  (2002) (web publication)

Ultrasound guided aspiration for posterior cruciate ligament ganglion cysts
D.E.DeFriend, P.J. Schranz, D.A.T. Silver
Skeletal Radiol, (2001) 30:411-414

Acute fractures of the scaphoid
J.E.Hambidge, V V Desai, P J Schranz, J P Compson, TRC Davies, N J Barton
J.B.J.S. 81-B, 91-92. 1999

Removal of a broken intramedullar nail using a hand reamer
M.Khan, P J Schranz, M W Ward. INJURY 28,(9),693-695, 1997
Trauma Care – after the rescuscitation room
Book Review – BMJ 1997

Surgical training in the Armed Forces (invited article)
P. Schranz. SURGERY Vol 14:9, Sep 1996

The Sauve Kapandji procedure following trauma to the distal radio-ulnar joint
M. Waizenegger,P.Schranz,N.J.Barton. INJURY 24,(10),662-666,1993.

Stress fracture of the scapula
K.M.T. Ho, P. Schranz and W.A. Wallace. INJURY 24,(7),498, 1993

Juvenile fractures of the distal radius
P. Schranz, P.S. Fagg. INJURY 23,(3),165-167, 1992.

External fixation of childrens fractures
P. Schranz, C. Gultekin, C.L. Colton. INJURY 23,(2),80-82, 1992.

Trans-scaphoid perilunte dislocation
P. Schranz and P.S. Fagg. J. RAMC 1991;137:146-148

Management of war wounds
T. Spalding, M. Stewart, P. Schranz. Annals R Coll Surg Jul 1991. (letter)

Stress Fractures of the patella
P. Schranz. Brit J Sports Med Dec 1988.

 

Book chapters

2-3 PART PROXIMAL HUMERAL FRACTURES
P. Schranz CLINICAL CHALLENGES IN ORTHOPAEDICS: The Shoulder (eds
Bunker and Schranz) 1998

THE 4 PART HUMERAL FRACTURE – REPLACE OR REBUILD
P. Schranz CLINICAL CHALLENGES IN ORTHOPAEDICS: The Shoulder (eds
Bunker and Schranz) 1998

FRACTURES OF THE CLAVICLE – NEGLECTED OR ABUSED?
P. Schranz CLINICAL CHALLENGES IN ORTHOPAEDICS: The Shoulder (eds
Bunker and Schranz) 1998

THE FRACTURED SCAPULA
P. Schranz CLINICAL CHALLENGES IN ORTHOPAEDICS: The Shoulder (eds
Bunker and Schranz) 1998

PELVIC TRAUMA GUIDELINES
P. Schranz EXETER MAJOR TRAUMA HANDBOOK 2001

COMPARTMENT SYNDROME
P. Schranz OXFORD TEXTBOOK OF ANAESTHESIA 2002

PELVIC TRAUMA

P. Schranz OXFORD TEXTBOOK OF ANAESTHESIA 2002

 

Professional Profile:

Co-ordinator Fast Track Knee Service
Student Lead Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry
Joint Clinical Module Lead MSc in Sports Medicine
Honorary Fellow University of Exeter School of Sport and Health Sciences

Honorary Clinical Fellow Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

 

Services profile:

Exeter Knee Reconstruction Unit

Sports Knee Clinic

Fast track knee clinic

Complex knee clinic

Fracture clinic

Call 111 when its less than urgent