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The 5 most popular items of July

August 4, 2015

Orthopedics Today has put together a compilation of the five news stories and videos most viewed from July 2015 to keep you abreast of the current hot topics in orthopedics.

 

In the Journals

Both transtendon, tear completion arthroscopic repair significantly improve function

August 3, 2015
Use of either the transtendon technique or tear completion for the arthroscopic repair of partial-thickness subscapularis tears associated with full-thickness…
In the Journals

C7 slope may be a useful marker of overall sagittal balance

August 3, 2015
A significant correlation between the upper and lower cervical spine exists, demonstrating inherent compensatory mechanisms to maintain overall balance, according to the…

Globus Medical announces second-quarter financial results

August 3, 2015
Globus Medical recently announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2015.Among the highlights of the report were an increase of 17.6% (19.1% on a constant…
In the Journals

Preoperative mental health not linked with postoperative QoL after MIS for lumbar spine

August 3, 2015
According to the results of this retrospective analysis of prospectively collected data, preoperative mental health scores may not significantly correlate with quality…
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Feature Article

In-hospital Mortality Risk for Femoral Neck Fractures Among Patients Receiving Medicare

Orthopedics, July 2015, Volume 38 Issue 7
Increased risk of mortality with time has been established in association with femoral neck fractures. However, little…
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CME
Timing of Tourniquet Release in Total Knee Arthroplasty: July 2015

Timing of Tourniquet Release in Total Knee Arthroplasty: July 2015

The authors conducted a meta-analysis to determine the optimal tourniquet application strategy in total knee…
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Meeting News Coverage Video

VIDEO: A look at techniques in repair of deep osteochondral defects and MIC

July 27, 2015
CHICAGO — At the International Cartilage Repair Society Annual Meeting, Lars Peterson, MD, PhD, examined a study…
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