Jason L. Koh, M.D.

Jason L. Koh, M.D.

Jason L. Koh, M.D.

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Conditions & Procedures

Conditions

Elbow Injury, Hip Injury, Knee Injury, Shoulder Injury, Sports Medicine

Procedures

Cartilage Transplantation

General Information

Gender

Male

Affiliation

NorthShore Medical Group

Expertise

Shoulder & Knee Injuries, Hip Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine

Academic Rank

Clinical Professor

Languages

English

Board Certified

Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine

Clinical Service

Sports Medicine

Education, Training & Fellowships

Medical School

Johns Hopkins University Schl of Med, 1994

Internship

Harvard Medical School - Massachusetts General Hospital, 1995

Residency

New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Med Ctr, 1999

Fellowship

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2000

Locations

A

NorthShore Medical Group

9650 Gross Point Rd.
Suite 2900
Skokie, IL 60076
847.866.7846 224.251.2905 fax Get Directions This location is wheelchair accessible.
B

NorthShore Medical Group

2180 Pfingsten Rd.
Suite 3100
Glenview, IL 60026
847.866.7846 866.954.5787 fax Get Directions This location is wheelchair accessible.

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For behavioral health services, please confirm participation with your insurance company or provider.

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  • Retropatellar Accessory Portals for Improved Access to the Patella: Anatomic Description and Evaluation of Safety.

    Orthopaedic journal of sports medicine 2016 Nov

    Authors: Koh JL, Logli AL
    Abstract
    Standard knee arthroscopy portals are frequently used to address retropatellar chondral pathology. Alternative portals may offer a safe and simple substitute, particularly when reaching the base of deep lesions is required.
    To describe and assess the safety of accessory retropatellar portals.
    Descriptive laboratory study.
    An anatomic study was performed on 10 fresh-frozen cadaveric knees. Medial and lateral retropatellar portals were created, and the distance to adjacent neurovascular structures (common peroneal nerve [CPN] and infrapatellar branch of the saphenous nerve [IPBSN]) and bony landmarks (medial and lateral epicondyles and margins of the midpatella) was recorded. A clinical account of portal use is provided through a retrospective chart review.
    The medial and lateral retropatellar portals were a mean 15.8 ± 15.5 mm and 53.8 ± 7.2 mm from the IPBSN and CPN, respectively. No nerves were contacted in any specimens. Clinically, the portals have been used in 109 cases over a 7-year period without complication.
    The high level of IPBSN variability poses some risk to medial portal use; however, there is little to no risk laterally. Clinical experience with portals suggests that they can be used safely. We recommend careful blunt dissection to minimize chance of iatrogenic nerve injury.
    Retropatellar portals may offer improved access to chondral lesions of the patella, thereby safely allowing one to maintain an arthroscopic approach.
    PMID: 27900340 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • Tibiofemoral Contact Mechanics with Horizontal Cleavage Tear and Resection of the Medial Meniscus in the Human Knee.

    The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume 2016 Nov 02

    Authors: Koh JL, Yi SJ, Ren Y, Zimmerman TA, Zhang LQ
    Abstract
    The meniscus is known to increase the contact area and decrease contact pressure in the tibiofemoral compartments of the knee. Radial tears of the meniscal root attachment along with partial resections of the torn meniscal tissue decrease the contact area and increase pressure; however, there is a lack of information on the effects of a horizontal cleavage tear (HCT) and partial leaf meniscectomy of such tears on tibiofemoral contact pressure and contact area.
    Twelve fresh-frozen human cadaveric knees were tested under 10 conditions: 5 serial conditions of posterior medial meniscectomy (intact meniscus, HCT, repaired HCT, inferior leaf resection, and resection of both inferior and superior leaves), each at 2 knee flexion angles (0° and 60°) under an 800-N axial load. Tekscan sensors (model 4000) were used to measure the contact pressure and contact area.
    HCT and HCT repair resulted in small changes in the contact area and an increase in contact pressure compared with the intact condition. Resection of the inferior leaf resulted in significantly decreased contact area (to a mean 82.3% of the intact condition at 0° of flexion and 81.8% at 60° of flexion; p < 0.05) and increased peak contact pressure (a mean 36.3% increase at 0° flexion and 43.2% increase at 60° flexion; p < 0.05) in the medial compartment. Further resection of the remaining superior leaf resulted in additional significant decreases in contact area (to a mean 60.1% of the intact condition at 0° of flexion and 49.7% at 60° of flexion; p < 0.05) and increases in peak contact pressure (a mean 79.2% increase at 0° of flexion and 74.9% increase at 60° of flexion; p < 0.05).
    Resection of meniscal tissue forming the inferior leaf of an HCT resulted in substantially decreased contact area and increased contact pressure. Additional resection of the superior leaf resulted in a further significant decrease in contact area and increase in contact pressure in the medial compartment.
    Repair or minimal resection of meniscal tissue of an HCT may be preferred to complete leaf resection to maintain knee tibiofemoral contact mechanics.
    PMID: 27807116 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • AAOS Research Symposium Updates and Consensus: Biologic Treatment of Orthopaedic Injuries.

    The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2016 Jul

    Authors: LaPrade RF, Dragoo JL, Koh JL, Murray IR, Geeslin AG, Chu CR
    Abstract
    Strategies that seek to enhance musculoskeletal tissue regeneration and repair by modulating the biologic microenvironment at the site of injury have considerable therapeutic potential. Current and emerging biologic approaches include the use of growth factors, platelet-rich plasma, stem cell therapy, and scaffolds. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons hosted a research symposium in November 2015 to review the current state-of-the-art biologic treatments of articular cartilage, muscle, tendon, and bone injuries and identify knowledge gaps related to these emerging treatments. This review outlines the findings of the symposium and summarizes the consensus reached on how best to advance research on biologic treatment of orthopaedic injuries.
    PMID: 27227987 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • Defect type, localization and marker gene expression determines early adverse events of matrix-associated autologous chondrocyte implantation.

    Injury 2015 Oct

    Authors: Angele P, Fritz J, Albrecht D, Koh J, Zellner J
    Abstract
    Since the first description of autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) in 1994 different methods and improvements were established for this regenerative treatment option of large chondral defects. This study analyzes safety and short-term clinical results from characterized ACI using a collagen based biphasic scaffold and evaluates prognostic factors.
    433 patients with a mean age of 33.4 years and localized grade III to IV cartilage defects (ICRS classification) in the knee or ankle were included. Mean defect size was 5.9 cm(2). Prior seeding of the scaffold, expanded chondrocytes were characterized by RT-PCR on 6 different marker genes (type I and II collagen, aggrecan, interleukin-1 β (IL-1β), vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 1 (FLT-1) and bone sialoprotein-2 (BSP-2)). Clinical outcome was evaluated using a questionnaire for defect history, basic demographics, time elapsed from surgery, 10-point outcome assessments of pain, function and swelling. Moreover, adverse events (AEs) or subsequent treatments were recorded and analysed.
    Patients improved significantly over baseline (p < 0.0001) in pain, function and swelling. Subjects with later than 12 months follow-up reported nominally greater mean changes. Graft failure incidence was 6% for patients with greater than one year follow-up. Graft-related complications were significantly higher for patellar (p < 0.0001) and degenerative defects (p = 0.005). Elevated expression of FLT-1 (p = 0.02) or IL-1 β mRNA (p = 0.03) was associated with graft-related AEs. A borderline association was found for low collagen type II expression (p = 0.08).
    Early graft-related AEs after ACI with a biphasic collagen scaffold are related to defect type, location and marker gene expression. The levels of significance observed for gene expression with respect to graft-related AEs were subordinate to those identified in the analysis of lesion history and location.
    PMID: 26542862 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • Obesity is Not Associated with Increased Short-term Complications After Primary Total Shoulder Arthroplasty.

    Clinical orthopaedics and related research 2016 Mar

    Authors: Jiang JJ, Somogyi JR, Patel PB, Koh JL
    Abstract
    Few studies have analyzed the association between elevated BMI and complications after total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA). Previous studies have not consistently arrived at the same conclusion regarding whether obesity is associated with a greater number of postoperative complications. We used a national surgical database to compare the 30-day complication profile and hospitalization outcomes after primary TSA among patients in different BMI categories.
    We asked: (1) Is obesity associated with an increased risk of complications within 30 days of primary TSA? (2) Is obesity associated with increased operative time?
    The American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program(®) database for 2006 to 2012 was queried to identify all patients who underwent a primary TSA for osteoarthritis of the shoulder. The ACS-NSQIP(®) database was selected for this study as it is a nationally representative database that provides prospectively collected perioperative data and a comprehensive patient medical profile. Exclusion criteria included revision TSA, infection, tumor, or fracture. We analyzed 4796 patients who underwent a primary TSA for osteoarthritis of the shoulder. Patients who underwent a TSA were divided in four BMI categories: normal (18.5-25 kg/m(2)), overweight (25-30 kg/m(2)), obesity Class 1 (30-35 kg/m(2)), and obesity Class 2 or greater (> 35 kg/m(2)). Perioperative hospitalization data and 30-day postoperative complications were compared among different BMI classes. Differences in patient demographics, preoperative laboratory values, and preexisting patient comorbidities also were analyzed among different BMI groups, and multivariate analysis was used to adjust for any potential confounding variables.
    There was no association between BMI and 30-day complications after surgery (normal as reference, overweight group relative risk: 0.57 [95% CI, 0.30-1.06], p = 0.076; obesity Class 1 relative risk: 0.52 [95% CI, 0.26-1.03], p = 0.061; obesity Class 2 or greater relative risk: 0.54 [95% CI, 0.25-1.17], p = 0.117). However, greater BMI was associated with longer surgical times (for normal BMI control group: 110 minutes, SD, 42 minutes; overweight group: 115 minutes, SD, 46 minutes, mean difference to control: 5 minutes [95% CI, -1 to 10 minutes], p = 0.096; obesity Class 1: 120 minutes, SD, 43 minutes, mean difference: 10 minutes [95% CI, 5-15 minutes], p < 0.001; obesity Class 2 or greater: 122 minutes, SD, 45 minutes, mean difference: 12 minutes [95% CI, 6-18 minutes], p < 0.001).
    Although the surgical time increased for patients with greater BMI, the 30-day complications and perioperative hospitalization data after TSA were not different in patients with increased BMI levels. Obesity alone should not be a contraindication for TSA, and obese patients can expect similar incidences of postoperative complications. The preoperative medical optimization plan should be consistent with that of patients who are not obese who undergo TSA.
    Level III, therapeutic study.
    PMID: 26452748 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • Different roles of the medial and lateral hamstrings in unloading the anterior cruciate ligament.

    The Knee 2016 Jan

    Authors: Guelich DR, Xu D, Koh JL, Nuber GW, Zhang LQ
    Abstract
    Anterior cruciate ligament injuries are closely associated with excessive loading and motion about the off axes of the knee, i.e. tibial rotation and knee varus/valgus. However, it is not clear about the 3-D mechanical actions of the lateral and medial hamstring muscles and their differences in loading the ACL. The purpose of this study was to investigate the change in anterior cruciate ligament strain induced by loading the lateral and medial hamstrings individually.
    Seven cadaveric knees were investigated using a custom testing apparatus allowing for six degree-of-freedom tibiofemoral motion induced by individual muscle loading. With major muscles crossing the knee loaded moderately, the medial and lateral hamstrings were loaded independently to 200N along their lines of actions at 0°, 30°, 60° and 90° of knee flexion. The induced strain of the anterior cruciate ligament was measured using a differential variable reluctance transducer. Tibiofemoral kinematics was monitored using a six degrees-of-freedom knee goniometer.
    Loading the lateral hamstrings induced significantly more anterior cruciate ligament strain reduction (mean 0.764 [SD 0.63] %) than loading the medial hamstrings (mean 0.007 [0.2] %), (P=0.001 and effect size=0.837) across the knee flexion angles.
    The lateral and medial hamstrings have significantly different effects on anterior cruciate ligament loadings. More effective rehabilitation and training strategies may be developed to strengthen the lateral and medial hamstrings selectively and differentially to reduce anterior cruciate ligament injury and improve post-injury rehabilitation.
    The lateral and medial hamstrings can potentially be strengthened selectively and differentially as a more focused rehabilitation approach to reduce ACL injury and improve post-injury rehabilitation. Different ACL reconstruction procedures with some of them involving the medial hamstrings can be compared to each other for their effect on ACL loading.
    PMID: 26256427 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • A review of surgical and nonsurgical outcomes of medial knee injuries.

    Sports medicine and arthroscopy review 2015 Jun

    Authors: Smyth MP, Koh JL
    Abstract
    Medial-sided knee injuries can result in pain, instability, and loss of function. Many clinical studies have been written on the treatment of medial-sided knee injuries; however, the vast majority are isolated case series of surgical or nonoperative treatment regimens, and only a few randomized prospective clinical trials can be found in the literature that compare different treatment modalities. Comparison of these treatments is challenging due to the variety of medial-sided structures that can be involved, the multiple different approaches to treatment, and the variability of how objective and subjective clinical outcomes are reported. In this paper we report on the injuries by extent and type of anatomic structures damaged including partial medial-sided injuries, completed isolated medial-sided knee injuries, and combined injuries. In general, most authors concur that isolated partial or complete medial collateral ligament (MCL) injuries can be treated nonoperatively with a brace and early motion with good clinical outcomes. Prospective, randomized trials support nonoperative treatment of the MCL in combined anterior cruciate ligament-MCL injuries. Knee dislocations and posterior medial corner injuries appear to have better results with surgical management including reconstruction. Multiple reconstructive techniques have been described for chronic injuries but it is difficult to compare their results.
    PMID: 25932882 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • Patellar instability.

    The Orthopedic clinics of North America 2015 Jan

    Authors: Koh JL, Stewart C
    Abstract
    Patellar instability is a common injury that can result in significant limitations of activity and long-term arthritis. There is a high risk of recurrence in patients and operative management is often indicated. Advances in the understanding of patellofemoral anatomy, such as knowledge about the medial patellofemoral ligament, tibial tubercle-trochlear groove distance, and trochlear dysplasia may allow improved surgical management of patellar instability. However, techniques such as MPFL reconstruction are technically demanding and may result in significant complication. The role of trochleoplasty remains unclear.
    PMID: 25435044 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • A biodegradable tri-component graft for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

    Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 2014 Nov 21

    Authors: Chung EJ, Sugimoto MJ, Koh JL, Ameer GA
    Abstract
    Bone-patellar tendon-bone (BPTB) autografts are the gold standard for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction because the bony ends allow for superior healing and anchoring through bone-to-bone regeneration. However, the disadvantages of BPTB grafts include donor site morbidity and patellar rupture. In order to incorporate bone-to-bone healing without the risks associated with harvesting autogenous tissue, a biodegradable and synthetic tri-component graft was fabricated, consisting of porous poly(1,8-octanediol-co-citric acid)-hydroxyapatite nanocomposites (POC-HA) and poly(l-lactide) (PLL) braids. All regions of the tri-component graft were porous and the tensile properties were in the range of the native ACL. When these novel grafts were used to reconstruct the ACL of rabbits, all animals after 6 weeks were weight-bearing and showed good functionality. Histological assessment confirmed tissue infiltration throughout the entire scaffold and tissue ingrowth and interlocking within the bone tunnels, which is favourable for graft fixation. In conclusion, this pilot study suggests that a tri-component, biodegradable graft is a promising strategy to regenerate tissue types necessary for ACL tissue engineering, and provides a basis for developing an off-the-shelf graft for ACL repair. Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
    PMID: 25414080 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
  • Effect of diabetes mellitus on perioperative complications and hospital outcomes after ankle arthrodesis and total ankle arthroplasty.

    Foot & ankle international 2015 Mar

    Authors: Schipper ON, Jiang JJ, Chen L, Koh J, Toolan BC
    Abstract
    The aim of this investigation was to analyze a nationally representative admissions database to evaluate the effect of diabetes mellitus on the rate of perioperative complications and hospitalization outcomes after ankle arthrodesis (AAD) and total ankle arthroplasty (TAA).
    Using the Nationwide Inpatient Sample database, 12 122 patients who underwent AAD and 2973 patients who underwent TAA were identified from 2002 to 2011 based on ICD-9 procedure codes. The perioperative complications and hospitalization outcomes were compared between diabetic and nondiabetic patients for each surgery during the index hospital stay.
    The overall complication rate in the AAD group was 16.4% in diabetic patients and 7.0% in nondiabetic patients (P < .001). Multivariate analysis demonstrated that diabetes mellitus was independently associated with an increased risk of myocardial infarction (relative risk [RR] = 3.2, P = .008), urinary tract infection (RR = 4.6, P < .001), blood transfusion (RR = 3.0, P < .001), irrigation and debridement (RR = 1.9, P = .001), and overall complication rate (RR = 2.7, P < .001). Diabetes was also independently associated with a statistically significant increase in length of hospital stay (difference = 0.35 days, P < .001), more frequent nonhome discharge (RR = 1.69, P < .001), and higher hospitalization charges (difference = $1908, P = .04). The overall complication rate in the TAA group was 7.8% in diabetic patients and 4.7% in nondiabetic patients. Multivariate analysis demonstrated that diabetes was independently associated with increased risk of blood transfusion (RR = 9.8, P = .03) and overall complication rate (RR = 4.1, P = .02). Diabetes was also independently associated with a statistically significant increase in length of stay (difference = 0.41 days, P < .001) and more frequent nonhome discharge (RR = 1.88, P < .001), but there was no significant difference in hospitalization charges (P = .64).
    After both AAD and TAA, diabetes mellitus was independently associated with a significantly increased risk of perioperative complications, nonhome discharge, and length of hospital stay during the index hospitalization.
    PMID: 25413307 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]

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