Volume 6  Issue 4

Surgical Extraction of Orthopaedic Implants: 7 Clinical Tips for Avoiding Complications and Improving Outcomes

Azeez Olalekan Tella

Fracture fixation with various types of implants is one of the most common procedures in Orthopaedic practice. This is intended for osteosynthesis and improvement in function after musculoskeletal injury is diagnosed. Internal fixation of fractures is often regarded as a balance between the biology of the injured tissue and the mechanical properties of the device used for fixation [1]. [...] READ MORE

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Biomechanical Etiology of the So-Called Idiopathic Scoliosis (Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis [AIS]) - Observations in Years 1984 - 2022 and Points

Karski Tomasz

My research about etiology of idiopathic scoliosis started in 1984, but the etiology and the rules and principles of new therapy have been described in 1995 - 2007. In orthopedic literature, the term Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is used very often and I use it also in my article [1-69]. [...] READ MORE

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Second Hip Fracture Occurrences among Older Adults: 1970-2022

Ray Marks

Hip fractures, which remain an immense public health concern, have been subject to study and prevention efforts for many years, but with limited success in averting either incident, second or subsequent hip fractures. [...] READ MORE

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Revision Arthroscopy Assisted Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer for Failed Posterosuperior Massive Irreparable Rotator Cuff Repair: A Case Report

Miao Wang, Bin-Hui Lin, Wei-Bing Sun, Hong-Jie Wang, Yun-Peng Bai & Jian Sun*

Posterosuperior massive irreparable rotator cuff tear remains one of most challenging pathologies faced by clinical surgeons, typically affecting patients with re-tear after an attempted repair, and there is no expert consensus on the standard treatment method. [...] READ MORE

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Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors That Facilitate Learning in the Orthopedic Clinical Setting: A Case Study of an Exemplary Educator

Michael Jeanfavre

In recent decades’ American higher education has undergone a paradigm shift. Moving from an “instructional” paradigm to the “learning”-based paradigm (emphasizes the active process of learning on behalf to the students, while envisioning the institution itself as a learner). [...] READ MORE

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Interrater and Intrarater Reliability for Measuring the Length of the Flexor Digitorum Superficialis

John Connor Montemayor*, David Iodice, Michael Esposito, Lucas Ferreira & Jason Grimes

Measuring Flexor Digitorum Superficialis (FDS) length can provide information regarding functional gripping, forearm muscle power, and possibly risk of injury. To our knowledge, no study has previously investigated measuring FDS length. [...] READ MORE

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