When discussing patient outcomes of hip fractures, we often are speaking of fractures of the proximal part of the femur. But what about the other side of the hip joint, the acetabulum? Among fragility-related injuries, we’re seeing a rise in the incidence of acetabular fractures. And
The risk of radiation exposure in the operating room (OR) is of increasing interest to orthopaedic surgeons, and the advent of lead vests and aprons,
Approximately 18% of JBJS scientific studies published in 2020 were Level I or II investigations. The number of high-level studies has continued to grow slowly year over year.
After nearly 2 decades, the orthopaedic community has made a good start on assuming our responsibility in the diagnosis of osteoporosis after a patient’s initial low-energy fracture. We are seeing a positive impact from programs such as the American Orthopaedic Association’s “Own the Bone” initiative as well