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The following articles appeared in the print edition of ORTHOPEDICS TODAY.

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Commentary

Put new technology into practice, but understand true outcomes

Anthony A. Romeo, MD

Care redesign will aid in success of medical device companies in CJR model

Similar risk of failure after meniscus repair found in patients with high vs normal BMI

Treatment should be tailored to each patient

Cover Story

Orthopedists should advise patients who are obese about high risk of complications with TJR

FDA News

FDA reclassifies pedicle screw systems from class III to class II devices

In the Journals

Study finds step-cut ulnar shortening osteotomy effective for treatment of ulnar impaction syndrome

Meeting News

VIDEO: Presenter addresses concerns about the use of spacers during arthroplasty

VIDEO: Lombardi discusses total joint replacement in an outpatient setting

Presenter highlights benefits of tapered titanium stems for hip replacement

VIDEO: Bert discusses the importance of relationships between private practices, hospitals

VIDEO: CCJR course director highlights hot topics from this year’s meeting

Consider reverse shoulder arthroplasty for treatment of proximal humerus fractures in elderly patients

Speaker: Health care systems need to be aware of obesity, TJA link

Patient-reported metal allergy potentially linked with decreased function, mental outcomes after TJR

Presenter: Direct-anterior approach for THA yielded greater risk, limited benefit vs anterior approach

VIDEO: Presenter addresses concerns about the use of spacers during arthroplasty

Clinical results matter most in single-row vs double-row rotator cuff repair, speaker says

Opening-wedge osteotomy can offer precise correction before TKA

Clinical results matter most in single-row vs double-row rotator cuff repair, speaker says

Highly porous metal acetabular augments may provide structural support in complex revision THA

Orthopedics Today Grand Rounds

A 7-year-old girl with right elbow pain

Bryan M. Saltzman, MD; Matthew W. Tetreault, MD; Jeffrey D. Ackman, MD

Point/Counter

Do you think patients who are morbidly obese are able to undergo TJR with limited complications? How do you address these patients?

Round Tables

Orthopedists discuss management of athletic hip injuries, part 2

Surgical Technique

Tibial tubercle transfer with MPFL reconstruction addresses patellar instability

Berkay Unal, MD; Christian Lattermann, MD

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