Book chapters:

  1. Kurmis AP, Garbuz DS, Duncan CP & Masri BA. ‘Implant Removal in Revision Hip Arthroplasty’. In: Surgery of the Hip, 2nd edition [Berry and Lieberman]. [March 2019].

Publications:

  1. Hutcheson A & Kurmis AP. Gabapentoids in knee replacement surgery: contemporary, multi-modal, peri-operative analgesia. Accepted: J Orthopaedics. June 2019.
  2. Kurmis AP. Commentary & Perspective: Understanding the role of computer-navigation in primary total knee arthroplasty … JBJS (Am). 2019;101:e111(1-2).
  3. Kurmis AP. Short commentaryHallux Osteoid Osteoma: A case report and literature review. Open Orthop J Arthroplasty. 2019;34:2434-8.
  4. Kurmis AP, Herman A, McIntyre A, Masri BA & Garbuz DS. Pseudotumors and high grade ALVALs around total knee replacements identified at aseptic revision surgery: findings of a large-scale histologic review. J Arthroplasty. 2019;34:2434-8.
  5. Kurmis AP. CORR Insights: Statistical methods dictate the estimated impact of body mass index on major and minor complications after total joint arthroplasty. CORR. 2018;476:2430-1.
  6. Garbuz DS, Kurmis AP, Herman A & Masri BA. Pseudotumours and high grade ALVALs around total knee arthroplasties: a large-scale histopathologic review. Orthopaedic Proceedings. 2018;100-B(12):40-40.
  7. Kilb BKJ, Kurmis AP, Parry M, Sherwood K, Keown P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. Frank Stinchfield Award: Identification of the ‘at risk’ genotype for development of pseudotumours around metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasties. CORR. 2018; 476(2):230-41.
  8. Kurmis AP & Kurmis TP. Simplifying the upper limb peripheral motor screen: proposing the ‘K’ sign. J Postgrad Med. 2016; 62(1): 44-7.
  9. Kurmis AP, Kurmis TP, O’Brien JX & Dalen T. The effect of NSAID administration on acute phase fracture healing: a review. JBJS [Am]. 2012; 94(9):815-23.
  10. Smith LJ, Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Fazzalari NL. In vitro evaluation of a manganese chloride phantom-based MRI technique for quantitative determination of lumbar intervertebral disc composition and condition. European Spine Journal. 2011; 20(3):434-9.
  11. Kurmis AP, Kurmis TP, Slavotinek JP, Barber C & Fazzalari NL. A MnCl2-based phantom for IVD hydration status determination using MRI: pre-clinical reliability analyses. European Journal of Radiography. 2010; 1(4);173-9.
  12. Kurmis AP. Thromboprophylaxis after total hip replacement. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery (Hong Kong). 2010; 18(1):92-7.
  13. Kurmis TP & Kurmis AP. Self-citation rates among medical imaging journals and a possible association with impact factor. Radiography. 2010; 16(1): 21-5.
  14. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Barber C, Smith L & Fazzalari NL. An unusual MR signal reduction artefact in an incompletely thawed cadaver spine specimen. Radiography. 2009; 15(1): 86-90.
  15. Field JR, McGee M, Wildenauer C, Kurmis AP & Margerrison E. The utilization of a synthetic bone void filler (JAX) in the repair of a femoral segmental defect. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology. 2009; 22: 87-95.
  16. Kurmis AP. Diagnosing lower limb compartment syndrome in the geriatric population: a clinical conundrum. Clinical Geriatrics. 2008; 10: 29-36.
  17. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Barber C & Fazzalari NL. Determining disk hydration status with a MnCl2-based MR model. Radiologic Technology. 2008; 79(6): 507-13.
  18. Kurmis TP, Kurmis AP, Campbell D, Evans AR & Slavotinek JP. Pre-surgical radiologic identification of peri-prosthetic osteolytic lesions around TKRs: a pre-clinical investigation of diagnostic accuracy. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research. 2008; 3: 47-53.
  19. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Barber C & Fazzalari NL. A MnCl2-based MR signal intensity linear response phantom. Radiologic Technology.  2007; 79(2): 119-25.
  20. Kurmis AP & Apps SA. Occupationally-acquired noise-induced hearing loss: a senseless workplace hazard. International Journal of Occupational Medicine & Environmental Health. 2007; 20(2): 127-36.
  21. Apps SA, Rankin WA & Kurmis AP. Connexin 26 mutations in autosomal recessive deafness disorders: a review. International Journal of Audiology. 2007; 46(2): 75-81.
  22. Kurmis AP & Kurmis TP. Exploring the relationship between impact factor and rejection rates in radiological journals. Academic Radiology. 2006; 13(1): 77-83.
  23. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Reynolds KJ & Hearn TC. Advanced magnetic resonance-based computational modelling in medicine: technology contributing to improved clinical outcomes. Lecture Series on Computer and Computational Sciences. 2004; 1: 288-93.
  24. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Reynolds KJ. The influence of slice thickness on the volume measurement accuracy of 3-D MR reconstructions of acrylic phantoms: a precursor to knee imaging. Radiography. 2004; 10(4): 277-85.
  25. Kurmis AP, Hearn TC, Grimmer K & Reynolds KJ. Dimensional measurement of structural features of the ovine knee using three-dimensional reconstructed imaging: Intra- and Inter – observer repeatability. Radiography. 2004; 10(4): 269-76.
  26. Kurmis AP & Slavotinek JP. MR pulse sequence selection for optimal display of acrylic polymer phantoms. Radiography. 2004; 10(3): 177-82.
  27. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Reynolds KJ. Three-dimensional reconstructed MRI of an acrylic meniscal cartilage phantom: The effect of acquisition slice thickness upon accuracy of volume measurement. The Radiographer. 2004; 51(2): 77-80.
  28. Kurmis AP & Slavotinek JP. Reconstructed three-dimensional MR images: application to simulated tibial plateau depression fractures. Radiography. 2004; 10(2): 95-101.
  29. Kurmis AP. Participating in the advancement of pre-hospital care: understanding research. Response. 2004; 17(1): 51-3.
  30. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Hearn TC. The effect of scan acquisition plane on the perceived quality of T1 weighted three-dimensional MR reconstructions of bony knee anatomy. Radiography. 2004; 10(1): 53-9.
  31. Brinkworth GD, Buckley JD, Slavotinek JP & Kurmis AP. Effect of bovine colostrum supplementation on the composition of resistance trained and untrained limbs in healthy young men. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 2004; 91(1): 53-60.
  32. Kurmis AP. Understanding the limitations of the journal impact factor. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 2003; 85-A(12): 2449-54.
  33. Kurmis AP. Pre-clinical development and validation of a three-dimensional magnetic resonance based model of the knee joint. PhD thesis. Flinders University. 2003.
  34. Kurmis AP. Contributing to research: the basic elements of a scientific manuscript.  Radiography. 2003; 9(4): 277-282.
  35. Kurmis AP. Recognising realistic limitations to radiographer role extension. The Radiographer. 2003; 50(3): 106-7.
  36. Kurmis AP, Hearn TC & Reynolds KJ. The effect of base image window level alteration on the dimensional measurement accuracy of resultant three-dimensional image displays. Radiography. 2003; 9(3): 211-218.
  37. Kurmis AP. Time generation efficacy of three-dimensional image reconstructions of the human knee. The Radiographer. 2003; 50(3): 85-9.
  38. Kurmis AP. Elitism in our ranks ? Response. 2003; 16(2): 8-9.
  39. Kurmis AP. Publishing scholarly work: understanding the peer-review process. The Radiographer. 2003; 50(2): 19-22.
  40. Kurmis AP, Hearn TC, Field JR, Grimmer K & Reynolds KJ. The accuracy of three dimensional reconstructions of the ovine knee: dissectional validation. Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics. 2002; 26(3): 171-175.
  41. Kurmis AP. Orthopaedic utilisation of three-dimensional image displays reconstructed from magnetic resonance imaging. The Radiographer. 2002; 49(2): 67-71.
  42. Kurmis AP. The developing role of knee MRI in musculo-skeletal radiology: the progression to 3-D imaging. The Radiographer. 2001; 48(1): 21-28.
  43. Kurmis AP & Slavotinek JP. The effect of observer experience on the accuracy of knee MRI interpretations: A preliminary study. The Radiographer. 2000; 47(3): 145-149.
  44. Kurmis AP. The effect of observer experience on the accuracy of knee magnetic resonance imaging interpretation. Honours Thesis. University of South Australia.1998.

Conference presentations:

  1. Monk P, Kurmis AP, Liu D & Weinrauch P. Kurmis AP. Femoral Neck Resection Height Affects Femoral Stem Version. AAOS. March 24-28, 2020 – Orlando, FL, USA. (submitted).
  2. Kurmis AP, Herman A, Masri BA & Garbuz DS. Establishing the incidence of pseudotumors and high grade ALVALs around total knee replacements: a large-scale histopathologic review. Australian Knee Society. October 10-13, 2019 Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  3. Kurmis AP. The Present: When technology meets bone crunching (how I do it …). RACS Tristate ASM. Pt. Lincoln, SA, 6-7 September, 2019. (Invited).
  4. Kurmis AP. The future of bone crunching: when Siri controls the mallet … RACS Tristate ASM. Pt. Lincoln, SA, 6-7 September, 2019. (Invited).
  5. Kurmis AP, Kilb BKJ, Keown P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. Defining the HLA genotype responsible for metal-on-metal associated pseuodtumour formation around total hip replacements. Surgical Research Society meeting. (Nov 8, 2019. Melbourne, Vic.) (Invited).
  6. Kurmis AP. Imaging and Orthopaedics: pushing technology-assisted surgery to new heights … Dr. Jones & Partners Biennial Scientific Conference. Adelaide, 3 August, 2019. (Invited).
  7. Kurmis AP. Technology-assisted orthopaedic surgery: the imaging behind the robots … ASMIRT / AACRT. Adelaide, 28-31 March, 2019.
  8. Garbuz DS, Kurmis AP, Herman A & Masri BA. Pseudotumors and High Grade Aseptic Lymphocyte-Dominated Vasculitis-Associated Lesion around Total Knee Replacements: A Large-Scale Histopathologic Review. AAOS. March 12-16, 2019 – Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  9. Kurmis AP. Establishing the frequency of pseudotumors and high grade ALVALs around primary total knee replacements. New Zealand Orthopaedic Association – Annual Scientific Meeting. October 14 – 17, 2008 – Rotorua, NZ).
  10. Garbuz DS, Kurmis AP, Herman A & Masri BA. Pseudotumors and high grade ALVALs around total knee replacements: a large-scale histopathologic review. The Knee Society’s 2018 Members Meeting (September 20-22, 2018 – St. Louis, MO, USA).
  11. Kurmis AP, Kilb BKJ, Keown P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. The genetics responsible for pseudotumor development around metal-on-metal THRs. Australian Orthopaedic Association – combined SA/NT ASM.  Darwin, 20 July, 2018.
  12. Kurmis AP, O’Brien JX & Kurmis TP. The Lisfranc Joint: Correcting historical misconceptions … ASMR(SA) (June 6, 2018 – Adelaide, SA).
  13. Kurmis KF & Kurmis AP. The therapeutic effect of exercise therapy on negative psychological symptoms. ASMR(SA) (June 6, 2018 – Adelaide, SA).
  14. Kurmis KF & Kurmis AP. Participation in team sports: protective against depression among university students. ASMR(SA) (June 6, 2018 – Adelaide, SA).
  15. Kurmis AP. Identifying the ‘at risk’ genotype for pseudotumor development around metal-on-metal total hip replacements. RP Jepson & Justin Miller Prize Presentations, RACS. Adelaide, 18 October, 2017.
  16. Kurmis AP, Kilb BKJ, Keown P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. Pseudotumor development around primary metal-on-metal THRs: the ‘at risk’ genotype. ANZORS-RSA joint Annual Scientific Meeting. Adelaide, 6-8 October, 2017.
  17. Garbuz DS, Kurmis AP, Herman A, McIntyre A, Keown P, & Masri BA. The epidemiology and patient-reported outcome of adverse local tissue reaction after revision total knee replacement. BCOA Orthopaedic Update. Vancouver, CA, 10 May, 2017.
  18. Kurmis AP, Kilb BKJ, Parry M, Sherwood K, Keown P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. Identifying the ‘at risk’ genotype for pseudotumour development around metal-on-metal total hip replacements. BCOA Orthopaedic Update. Vancouver, CA, 10 May, 2017.
  19. Kilb BKJ, Kurmis AP, Parry M, Sherwood K, Keown P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. Identification of the ‘at risk’ genotype for development of pseudotumours around metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasties. The Hip Society. San Diego, USA, 18 March, 2017.
  20. Kilb BKJ, Kurmis AP, Parry M, Kweon P, Masri BA, Duncan CP & Garbuz DS. Identification of a novel genotype associated with the likelihood of adverse local tissue reactions (ALTRs) following metal-on-metal THA. AAOS. San Diego, USA, 14-17 March, 2017.
  21. Foster BK, Kurmis AP & Vasilunas NK. PVL positive MRSA Osteomyelitis – an aggressive, treatment refractory bacterial variant. Australian Paediatric Orthopaedic Society. Noosa, 29 August, 2014.
  22. Kurmis AP & Foster BK. Treatment of refractory PVL +ve MRSA osteomyelitis – an update. Australian Orthopaedic Association – SA Scientific Meeting. Adelaide, 8 August, 2014.
  23. Kurmis AP & Kurmis TP. Acute peripheral compartment syndrome: Institutional practice vs. the International literature. ANZORS – Annual Scientific Meeting. Adelaide, 8-10 October, 2009.
  24. Smith LJ, Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Fazzalari NL. Evaluation of a Manganese Chloride Phantom-Based Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technique as a Quantitative. Tool for Predicting Human Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Condition. Orthopaedic Research Society – Las Vegas, USA, 22-25 February, 2009.
  25. Kurmis AP. Sugammadex: Changing the face of contemporary anaesthetics ? AHMRC / ASMR – Annual Scientific Meeting. Brisbane, 16-21 November, 2008.
  26. Kurmis AP, Kurmis TP & O’Brien JX. Diagnosis and management of acute peripheral compartment syndrome: a difficult clinical proposition. AHMRC / ANZORS – Annual Scientific Meeting. Brisbane, 16-21 November, 2008.
  27. Kurmis TP & Kurmis AP. Identifying peri-prosthetic osteolytic lesions around total knee replacements: A pre-clinical investigation of diagnostic accuracy. Australian Orthopaedic Association – Annual Scientific Meeting. Hobart, 12-16 October, 2008.
  28. Kurmis AP, Kurmis TP & Nilsson KG. Non-invasive in vivo assessment of peri-prosthetic osteolytic lesions around TKRs: The diagnostic accuracy of CT versus plain film imaging. Swedish Orthopaedic Association – Annual Scientific Meeting. Halmstad, Sweden, 1-5 September, 2008.
  29. Kurmis TP & Kurmis AP. Acute lower limb compartment syndrome in the geriatric population: a challenging clinical condition. Australian Society for Medical Research – Scientific meeting. Adelaide, 4 June, 2008.
  30. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Barber C, Smith L & Fazzalari NL. An unusual MR core signal reduction artefact in an incompletely thawed cadaveric spine specimen. Australian and New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society – Annual Scientific Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand, 17-18 October, 2007.
  31. Field JR, McGee M, Kurmis AP, Wildenaur C, Margerrison E. Synthetic bone void filler in femoral segmental defects. Australian Orthopaedic Association – Annual Scientific Meeting. Gold Coast, 7-12 October, 2007.
  32. O’Brien JX & Kurmis AP. Musculoskeletal disorders in the practice of general dentistry: Ergonomic and postural considerations. Australian Society for Medical Research – Scientific meeting. Adelaide, 6 June, 2007.
  33. Calvert M, Curtin J, Dekker J, Johnk L, Kurmis AP, Lambert N, Moir D, O’Brien JX, Townsend D, Wakefield C, Winter M & Piller N. Childcare facilities in Murray Bridge: An assessment of regional community satisfaction and barriers to access. Australian Society for Medical Research – Scientific meeting. Adelaide, 6 June, 2007.
  34. Kurmis AP, Kurmis TP, Slavotinek JP, Barber C & Fazzalari NL. Magnetic resonance signal-to-noise measurement repeatability of manganese chloride phantoms: Intra- and inter-observer analyses. Australian Society for Medical Research – Scientific meeting. Adelaide, 6 June, 2007.
  35. Kurmis TP & Kurmis AP. Pre-surgical diagnosis and semi-quantitative description of peri-prosthetic osteolytic lesions around total knee replacements: a pre-clinical investigation comparing the efficacy of plain X-ray and spiral-CT. Australian and New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society – Annual Scientific Meeting. Canberra, 6-8 October, 2006.
  36. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Reynolds KJ. The effect of acquisition slice thickness on volume measurement accuracy using three-dimensional reconstructed MRI: evaluation in a novel acrylic meniscal cartilage phantom. Australian and New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society – Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth, 6-8 October, 2005.
  37. Kurmis AP. Orthopaedic utilization of 3-DMR imaging: An investigation in the South Australian clinical setting. Australian and New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society – Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth, 6-8 October, 2005.
  38. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, & Reynolds. The role of acquisition slice thickness in establishing 3D-MR volume measurement accuracy: determination in a novel pre-clinical meniscal cartilage model. Australian Society for Medical Research – Scientific meeting. Adelaide, 15 June, 2005.
  39. Field JR, McGee M, Kurmis AP, Wildenauer C, Carbone A & Margerrison E. Bone reconstitution in a femoral segmental defect repaired with internal fixation and use of a bone graft substitute: preliminary computed tomography and histological results. Australian Orthopaedic Association – SA Scientific Meeting. Adelaide, 15 April, 2005.
  40. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Reynolds KJ. 3-D reconstructed magnetic resonance-based meniscal imaging of the human knee: technique validation in an acrylic phantom model. The Australian Health and Medical Research Congress. Sydney, 21-26 November, 2004.
  41. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Reynolds KJ & Hearn TC. Advanced magnetic resonance –based computational modelling in medicine: technology contributing to improved clinical outcomes. International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering. Attica, Greece, 19-23 November, 2004.
  42. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP, Reynolds KJ & Hearn TC. Exploring orthopaedic use of 3-D reconstructed MRI applications: an overview of preliminary validation in a controlled preclinical model. Australian and New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society – Annual Scientific Meeting. Sydney, 21-23 October, 2004.
  43. Kurmis AP & Slavotinek JP. The efficacy of three-dimensional MR-based image reconstructions: evaluation in a simulated tibial plateau depression fracture model. Australian and New Zealand Bone & Mineral Society – Annual Scientific Meeting. Hunter Valley, 18-20 August, 2004.
  44. Kurmis AP & Slavotinek JP. Three-dimensional reconstructed MRI assessment of bony trauma: evaluating orthopaedic tibial plateau injury. Australian Orthopaedic Association – SA Scientific Meeting. Adelaide, 2 July, 2004.
  45. Kurmis AP, Barber C, Slavotinek JP, Kurmis TP & Fazzalari NL. Semi-quantitative in vivo ranking of intervertebral disc hydration state: the development of a manganese chloride-based magnetic resonance phantom. Australian Society for Medical Research – Scientific meeting. Adelaide, 4 June, 2004.
  46. Kurmis AP, Slavotinek JP & Reynolds KJ. The effect of acquisition slice thickness on volumetric measurement accuracy using three-dimensional reconstructed MRI: assessment using an acrylic meniscal cartilage phantom. Australian Institute of Radiography – Annual Scientific Meeting of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy. Cairns, 12-16 May, 2004.
  47. Kurmis AP, Barber C, Slavotinek JP, Zarrinkalam K & Fazzalari NL. Ranking intervertebral disc hydration state: A magnetic resonance imaging phantom-based study. International Society for Fracture Repair – Bone Meeting. Clare Valley, 21-25 March, 2004.
  48. Kurmis AP. The clinical efficacy of three-dimensional computer visualisations of the knee joint reconstructed from routine MR images. ACPSEM, SMBE and IEAust – Post-graduate Student Conference. Adelaide, 25 September, 2001.
  49. Kurmis AP, Herman A, Masri BA & Garbuz DS. Establishing the incidence of pseudotumors and high grade ALVALs around total knee replacements: a large-scale histopathologic review. October 10-13, 2019 – Canberra, ACT, Australia.

  50. Kurmis AP, Herman A, Masri BA & Garbuz DS. Establishing the incidence of pseudotumors and high grade ALVALs around total knee replacements: a large-scale histopathologic review. Australian Knee Society. October 10-13, 2019 Canberra, ACT, Australia.

International journals Associate Professor Kurmis has reviewed for:

  • Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery*. (2018 – current).    * Elite Reviewer (2019 – current).
  • The Journal of Arthroplasty. (2018 – current).
  • Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research. (2018 – current).
  • Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma. (2007 – current).
  • The Open Orthopaedics Journal. (2014 – current).
  • Acta Orthopaedica. (2010).
  • Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management. (2015).
  • Bone. (2008 – 2010).
  • Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. (2004).
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging. (2007 – 2009).
  • British Medical Journal (BMJ). (2010).
  • Canadian Medical Association Journal. (2004 – 2006).
  • Radiography. (2004 – 2011).
  • Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. (2009).
  • Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health. (2009).
  • American Journal of Medical Genetics: Part A. (2008).
  • Noise and Health. (2007 – 2008).
  • Indian Journal of Medical Research. (2010).
  • Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine. (2007).
  • RETINA: The Journal of Retinal and Vitreous Diseases. (2009).