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Research interests

Paul Jutte (MD PhD) is orthopaedic surgeon since 2004. He completed a fellowship in orthopedic oncology in Bologna (Italy) (2003)  and Los Angeles (USA) (2005). His PhD was on spinal tuberculosis (2006). His present position is head of the department of orthopaedic surgery (A/Prof) at University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands. He founded a regional clinical network for orthopedic infections and holds several chair positions. His current work is aimed at minimizing tissue damage, improving safety and efficacy of surgical treatment of tumor and infection. He published over 150 peer reviewed papers (H-factor 26) and is co-program leader of MBM (Man Biomaterials Microbes), a research line at W.J. Kolff institute at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.




Assessment of pedicle size in patients with scoliosis using EOS 2D imaging: a validity and reliability study

Customized treatment for an oncologic lesion near a joint: case report of a custom-made 3D-printed prosthesis for a grade II chondrosarcoma of the proximal ulna

Effects of control temperature, ablation time, and background tissue in radiofrequency ablation of osteoid osteoma: A computer modeling study

Good results at 2-year follow-up of a custom-made triflange acetabular component for large acetabular defects and pelvic discontinuity: a prospective case series of 50 hips

Long-Term Halo Follow-Up Confirms Less Invasive Treatment of Low-Grade Cartilaginous Tumors with Radiofrequency Ablation to Be Safe and Effective

Should all hip and knee prosthetic joints be aspirated prior to revision surgery?

Time to positivity of acute and chronic periprosthetic joint infection cultures

Time to Reconsider Routine Percutaneous Biopsy in Spondylodiscitis?

A Second Surgical Debridement for Acute Periprosthetic Joint Infections Should Not Be Discarded

Accepting higher morbidity in exchange for sacrificing fewer animals in studies developing novel infection-control strategies

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