Patient outcomes ≥40 years after treatment for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, return-to-sport rates following periacetabular osteotomy, and other important findings are covered in the new JBJS
Hey, Fellow Residents, Leadership Opportunities Are Available at Your Institution If You Know Where to Look
This Resident Roundup post comes from Erik M. Hegeman, MD, an active duty PGY-3 resident with the Brooke Army Medical Center Orthopaedic Residency Program in
A new editorial by Dr. Kanu Okike, JBJS Deputy Editor for Health Disparities, and Dr. Marc Swiontkowski, JBJS Editor-in-Chief, appears in the February 15, 2023
Scoliosis Progression After Skeletal Maturity: What’s Likely for Curves of 40° to 50°?
Dr. Matt Schmitz, JBJS Deputy Editor for Social Media, discusses a new study evaluating curve progression after skeletal maturity in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
February 10, 2023 – Measurement of plasma D-dimer levels – a test more commonly used to detect blood-clotting disorders – can provide useful information when
This Resident Roundup post comes from Georgios I. Chalatsis MD, MSc, PhD(c). Dr. Chalatsis recently completed his national board exams and is now an orthopaedic
Video Summary: Functional Recovery in UKA vs. TKA by Performance-Based Tests
A video summary is available with the new Level-I study by Pongcharoen et al. in JBJS, “Comparison of Functional Recovery Between Unicompartmental and Total Knee
Dr. Marc Swiontkowski, JBJS Editor-in-Chief, offers his thoughts on a new randomized controlled trial comparing primary closure and secondary wound healing of pin sites after
This Resident Roundup post comes from Tamy Ron Translateur, a fourth-year resident in orthopedics and traumatology at the National University of Colombia in Bogotá, Colombia.
Announcing JBJS Media: Gold-Standard Video Content All in One Place at JBJS.org
JBJS gold-standard video content is now available—and easily searchable—in one location. Go to JBJS.org, where you’ll find an updated section called JBJS Media. This enhancement