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Keith D.K. Luk

Head of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology

The University of Hong Kong

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The University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong,

China

Company Description

Founded in 1911, The University of Hong Kong is the oldest tertiary institution in Hong Kong and has developed into an institution with deep-rooted tradition, history and international outlook. As a comprehensive research-intensive institution, HKU's staff and... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

AOSpine


Affiliations

APSS

Council Member


HKOA

Treasurer


Kent Children's Hospital

Honorary Treasurer, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery


Web References(26 Total References)


Asia Pacific Spine Society | Spine Section of APOA | Spine Society

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Dr Keith DK Luk
Dr Keith DK Luk


www.9wsyr.com

They include Keith D.K. Luk, FRCS, a professor in the University of Hong Kong's department of orthopedics and traumatology.


Info - Workshop on Setting National Research Priorities in Scoliosis | Issue 73 | COA Bulletin - Canadian Orthopaedic Association - Association Canadienne d'Orthopedie

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The meeting coincided with the annual Glenrose Paediatric Orthopaedic days held on December 7 and 8 with Dr. Keith Luk, Head of the Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology at the University of Hong Kong and Dr. Christopher W. Reilly, paediatric orthopaedic surgeon at BC's Children's Hospital, attending as Visiting Professors.


www.cxvascular.com

Keith LukKeith LukThe research, published in March 24, 2007, issue of The Lancet (Ruan, D. vol 369: 993-999), was undertaken at Navy General Hospital, Beijing, China, and headed by Keith Luk, Chair Professor and Head of the Department of Orthopedics & Traumatology at the University of Hong Kong.However, Luk added that future research and development topics will necessitate improvements in the area of graft preservation, repopulation of the allograft with living cells and surgical techniques.


AO Foundation

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Keith Luk, Chairman of AOSpine Asia Pacific, is corresponding author of a report recently published in The Lancet.Keith Luk publishes paper in The LancetKeith LukKeith Luk, Chairman of the AOSpine Asia Pacific Board, is the lead author of an article on intervertebral disc transplantation in the treatment of degenerative spine disease published in the March 24 issue of TheLancet.Keith is Head of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology at the University of Hong Kong, China.For Keith the article is the result of 15 years of work that has turned a new idea into a clinical reality.Keith explains: "I think this is a feasible surgical alternative to spinal fusion or artificial disk replacement.The AO Foundation and AOSpine in particular congratulate Keith Luk and his co-authors on this ground-breaking study! Source: Dike Ruan and others.Intervertebral disc transplantation in the treatment of degenerative spine disease: a preliminary study.The Lancet 2007; 369: 993


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