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Mark S. Butler, MD - Traumatology and Foot & Ankle Surgery

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Assistant: Marisa Malone
Phone: 732-537-0909, ext. 1103
Email: MarisaM@uognj.com

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Somerset
Princeton

About Dr. Butler

Dr. Butler is board certified in orthopaedic surgery. He obtained his medical degree from UMDNJ-Rutgers Medical School after earning his undergraduate degree and master’s degree from Lafayette College and Lehigh University. He completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Butler completed a fellowship at the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Board specializing in traumatology and foot and ankle surgery.

Accomplishments

  • Academic appointment as a Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Elected by his peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America®
  • Voted Top Doctor
  • New Jersey Task Force One volunteer 

Hospital Affiliations

  • University Center for Ambulatory Surgery (UCAS)
  • Center for Ambulatory Resources (CARES)
  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
  • Saint Peter’s University Hospital

Recent Publications

  • Fried, B and M.S. Butler, “Histochemical and thin layer chromatographic analyses of the neutral lipids in metacercarial and adult Cotylurus (Trematoda: Strigeidae)”. Journal of Parasitology, 63: 831-834, 1977.
  • Fried, B. and M.S. Butler, “Histochemical and thin layer chromatographic analyses of neutral lipids in Echinostoma revolutum metacercariae cultures in vitro.” Journal of Parasitology, 64: 1041-45, 1977.
  • Fried, B. and M.S. Butler, “Infectivity, excystation and development on the chick chorioallantois of the metacercariae of Echinostoma revolutum (Trematoda)”. Journal of Parasitology, 64: 175-177, 1978.
  • Fried, B. L.W. Barber and M.S. Butler, “Growth and development of the tetracotyle of Cotylurus strigeodes (Trematoda) in the chick, on the chorioallantois and in vitro”. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 45: 162-166, 1978.
  • Cheng, T.C., M.S. Butler, V.G. Guida and P.L. Gerhart, “ A Scanning Electron Microscope Study of the Pseudopodia of Biomphalaria glabrata (Mollusca)”. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 33: 118-120, 1979.
  • Cheng, T.C., M.S. Butler, “Experimentally Induced Elevations in Acid Phosphatase Activity in Hemolymph of Biomphalaria glabrata (Mollusca)”. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 34: 119-124, 1979.
  • Kung, P.C., M.A. Talle, M. DeMaria, M.S. Butler, J. Lifter and G. Golstein, “Strategies of Generating Monoclonal Antibodies Defining Human T Lymphocyte Differentiation Antigens.” Transplantation Proceedings XXI 21: 141-146, 1980.
  • Butler, M.S., W.W. Robertson, G.J. D’Angio, W. Rate, D.S. Drummond, “Skeletal Sequelae of Radiation Therapy for Childhood Tumors.” Clinical Orthopaedics 240-251, 1990.
  • Rate, W.R., M.S. Butler, W.W. Robertson, G.J. D’Angio “Late Effects in Children with Wilms’ Tumor Treated with Abdominal Irradiation.” Medical Pediatric Oncology 19: 265-268, 1991.
  • Robertson, W.W., M.S. Butler, G.J. D’ Angio, W.R. Rate, “Leg Length Discrepancy Following Irradiation for Childhood Tumors.” Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 11: 282-287, 1991.
  • Butler, M.S., R.J. Brumback, T.S. Ellison, A. Pika, G.H. Bathon, A.R. Burgess, “The Treatment of Ipsilateral Fractures of the Shaft and Distal Femur with Interlocking Nailing.” Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 732” 1492-1502, 1991.
  • Grimes, J.P., Gregory P.S., Noveck, H., Butler, M.S., Carson, J.L., “The Effects of Time-to-Surgery on Mortality and Morbidity in Patients following Hip Fracture” The American Journal of Medicine 702-709, 2002.
Trauma & Fracture Care
Foot & Ankle

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