Orthopaedics Today Europe

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ORTHOPAEDICS TODAY EUROPE is the official newspaper of EFORT.

Commentary

Periprosthetic joint infection continues to be a hot topic in orthopaedics

Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen, MD

Be part of something bigger at the 18th EFORT Congress in Vienna

SORBCOT grew from small circle of friends to a key Belgian orthopaedic organization

BLOG: Model proposed to predict recurrent instability after first-time patellar dislocation

BMA cancels industrial action for junior doctors for 12-16 September

EFORT Open Reviews: A round-up of recently published articles

Physicians from 20 countries attended first European orthopaedic summer school

João Vide, MD

Results show good long-term prognosis of osteotomy for Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease

OTE Poll: Sarcoma treatment proficiency

TKA in patients with young age, rheumatoid arthritis requires special attention

Study: Soccer players’ training, competition workload may help predict injuries

Study results support timely nonoperative management of grade 3 AC joint injuries

Cover Story

Future of cartilage repair may involve cell-based, gene-based therapies

In the Journals

Maintaining full range of elbow, wrist motion a key outcome of radial nerve palsy treatment

In the Journals Plus

ACTIVE: Abaloparatide reduces fracture risk in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis

Meeting News Coverage

VIDEO: Wilton talks Wikipaedics, impact of Brexit

Researchers find pivot apprehension test effective in cases with ACL deficiency

Strong, antibacterial surface may solve problems with external fixator pins

VIDEO: A look at the NJR’s annual report on THR, TKR

Mini-incision THA not recommended based on 10-year outcomes

Include musculoskeletal system, especially spine, in S. aureus septicemia workup

Speaker: Adjuvants may help resolve nonunions after failed bone grafting

Calcium, vitamin D may positively impact adolescent idiopathic scoliosis curve progression

British Orthopaedic Association awards Honorary Fellowships to four members

Lecturer: Nailing periprosthetic distal femur fractures is effective, challenging

Shoulder function improved 2 years after balloon arthroplasty for massive cuff tears