Members of the orthopaedic community worldwide turn to JBJS to stay informed of current evidence, techniques, and the latest research in musculoskeletal care. Of the numerous articles published across subspecialty areas at JBJS.org, which drew the most views in 2023? 

OrthoBuzz readers can use the links below to access the “top 10” articles of 2023. Or go to JBJS.org for the collection: Most Viewed Articles of 2023. The articles are freely accessible through 2024. 

On the list are several JBJS Scientific Articles across a range of subject areas and from countries including Chile, Canada, Sweden, and The Netherlands as well as the U.S. JBJS is a general orthopaedic journal focused on publishing clinical and basic research that has direct impact on treatment decision-making by all members of the musculoskeletal care delivery team and their patients. This focus crosses all subspecialities under the orthopaedic umbrella. 

Also on the list of most viewed articles: two Guest Editorials providing reviews of recent findings in osteoporosis management and sports medicine, a Current Concepts Review with insights on adolescent clavicular fracture care, and a video-based JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques article on revision amputation. Combined, the articles reflect the dedication of the orthopaedic community to advancing patient care. 

2023 Most Viewed Articles on JBJS.org

Deep Gluteal Pain Syndrome: Endoscopic Technique and Medium-Term Functional Outcomes (Parodi et al.)  

Comparative Effectiveness of Total Hip Arthroplasty and Hemiarthroplasty for Femoral Neck Fracture: A Propensity-Score-Matched Cohort Study (Tohidi et al.) 

Clavicular Fractures in the Adolescent (Patel et al.) 

What’s New in Osteoporosis and Fragility Fractures (Lane and Witayakom) 

Nonoperative Versus Operative Treatment for Displaced Finger Metacarpal Shaft Fractures: A Prospective, Noninferiority, Randomized Controlled Trial (Peyronson et al.) 

Association Between Radiographic and Clinical Outcomes Following Distal Radial Fractures: A Prospective Cohort Study with 1-Year Follow-up in 366 Patients (Schmidt et al.) 

Hemiarthroplasty Versus Total Hip Arthroplasty for Femoral Neck Fracture in Elderly Patients: Twelve-Month Risk of Revision and Dislocation in an Instrumental Variable Analysis of Medicare Data (Edelstein et al.) 

Radiographic Predictors of Conversion to Total Knee Arthroplasty After Tibial Plateau Fracture Surgery: Results in a Large Multicenter Cohort (Assink et al.) 

What’s New in Sports Medicine (McKeithan et al.) 

Revision Amputation with Press-Fit Osseointegration for Transfemoral Amputees (Hoellwarth et al.) 

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