A new JBJS study by Fontalis et al. compares the inflammatory response in robotic-arm-assisted total knee arthroplasty (TKA) vs. conventional jig-based TKA. The investigators also
Expanding Our Understanding of Pain Catastrophizing and Its Impact on Outcomes
In this OrthoBuzz post, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Marc Swiontkowski reflects on a new JBJS study that examines pain catastrophizing among patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS).
As JBJS media offerings continue to grow, Your Case Is On Hold is now the featured podcast for insights into each issue of JBJS. Co-hosted
Am I a Bad Resident? Facing Self-Doubt in Orthopaedic Training
This Resident Roundup post comes from Sean Pirkle, MD. He offers his candid perspective on a question that other residents may also find themselves pondering.
Now Available: JBJS Supplement on Large Database and Registry Research in Joint Arthroplasty and Orthopaedics
JBJS is pleased to announce the publication of the JBJS Supplement on Large Database and Registry Research in Joint Arthroplasty and Orthopaedics. The supplement was
A number of measures have been suggested for reducing perioperative blood loss (PBL) in total hip arthroplasty (THA). A new randomized clinical trial in JBJS
In severe musculoskeletal trauma, studies suggest that patients may have better long-term outcomes when interventions in the early recovery period support psychosocial health needs. A
Rotator cuff repair, shoulder arthroplasty, shoulder instability, and the treatment of elbow injuries are among the topics of recent studies reviewed in the new JBJS
A new JBJS study reviews costs associated with nonoperative management of osteoarthritis in the 1-year period leading up to total knee arthroplasty (TKA). JBJS Deputy
A recent article spotlights what appears to be a high rate of “honorary authorship” in scientific publishing. The term refers to the controversial practice of