Dr. Charles Glueck’s Clinical Papers

I know these papers can be intimidating to read because they are written for the medical community and, therefore, contain a lot of words and medical terminology that most people won’t understand. I am working with Dr. Glueck to write simple summaries of the abstracts so please check back in the next week or so and I hope to have something up by then.

In the meantime if you want to ask me something about one of the papers please feel free to do so. I also highly recommend printing them out and taking them to your orthopedic specialist, hematologist, rheumatologist, whomever you are working with.

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5 thoughts on “Dr. Charles Glueck’s Clinical Papers

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  2. Good afternoon,

    I’m coming to your blog from a google search, as I was recently diagnosed with Osteonecrosis and have come across Dr. Gleuck’s work. I’m hoping to learn that both or at least one of my hips hasn’t progressed past FICAT stage II and that perhaps his findings may allow me to avoid hip replacement on at least one hip.

    I see the last comment was back in 2013, but was curious if there are any further developments since your blog post?

  3. Dr Glueck,
    I am a 37 year old female. ive had bilateral hip replacements and have AVN in my dominant shoulder as well. So far the cause of my AVN is still a mystery. Is there any way you could give me lab orders that I can have my PCP order and see if I find any answers via that route? I live in Idaho and have seen multiple Dr’s, endocrinologist, surgeons, etc. But no one with your expertise.
    My work e-mail is
    rayti@slhs.org
    Thank you

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