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Jason  Nascone
 

Jason Nascone M.D.

Academic Title: Associate Professor
Primary Appointment: Orthopaedics
jnascone@umoa.umm.edu
Location: R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
Phone: 410-328-8340
Fax: 410-328-2893
 

Personal History:

Dr. Nascone earned his MD at Georgetown University School of medicine. He completed an internship in general surgery at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He also completed two residency programs in orthopaedic surgery, at Georgetown University Medical Center and at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He went on to complete a fellowship in orthopaedic traumatology at the University of Maryland Medical System.

Dr. Nascone is board certified in orthopaedic surgery. In the field of orthopaedic traumatology, his special interests include problem fractures (nonunions and malunions), limb deformity, osteomyelitis, pelvis and acetabulum surgery, posttraumatic reconstruction, and hip preservation.


Clinical Specialty:

Dr. Nascone specializes in orthopaedic surgery and orthopaedic traumatology.


Publications:

Dr. Nascone's recent publications include the following articles:

Hagen J, Weatherford B, Nascone JW, Sciadini MF. The anterior intrapelvic modification to the ilioinguinal approach. J Orthop Trauma 2015;29[suppl 2]:S10-S13.

Strebe S, Kim H, Russell JP, Hsieh AH, Nascone J, O'Toole RV. Analysis of strategies to increase external fixator stiffness: Is double stacking worth the cost? Injury 2014;45(7):1049-1053.

O'Toole RV, Hui E, Chandra A, Nascone JW. How often does open reduction and internal fixation of geriatric acetabular fractures lead to hip arthroplasty? J Orthop Trauma 2014;28(3):148-153.

Whitney A, O'Toole RV, Hui E, Sciadini MF, Pollak AN, Manson TT, Eglseder WA, Andersen RC, LeBrun C, Doro C, Nascone JW. Do one-time intracompartmental pressure measurements have a high false-positive rate in diagnosing compartment syndrome? J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2014;76(2):479-483.