Orthopaedics Today Europe

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ORTHOPAEDICS TODAY EUROPE is the official newspaper of EFORT.

Commentary

International metal-on-metal hip arthroplasty guidelines needed to guide patient care

Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen, MD

Technology can make a difference in outcomes for most arthroplasty Luddites

Justin P. Cobb, MD

Limited use of computer-assisted surgery begs the question: Quo vadis navigation?

René Verdonk, MD, PhD

Dupuytren’s contracture recurs less often with MP joint collagenase injection

New femoroacetabular impingement seen in ballet dancers raises some questions

European Hip Society unites hip specialists across the continent

FDA panel seeks to answer agency's questions about MoM hip systems

High rate of mechanical failure seen with locking plates for femoral neck fractures

Combined shoulder techniques effective for glenoid bone loss, complex instability

Low reliability of Knee Society Score suggests need for alternative assessment methods

OTE200: Road trauma prevention

Study: Antibiotic cement use for TKR does not impact 2-year revision rates

Researchers set safe upper limit metal ion levels for metal-on-metal hip resurfacings

Significant foot, ankle lesion healing seen with combination of cartilage treatments

Stryker initiates voluntary recall of modular-neck stems

Study links history of back pain to poorer results after hip arthroscopy for FAI

Cover Story

Complications, surgeon experience limit greater adoption of total ankle arthroplasty

In the Journals

Pelvic binding an effective, safe treatment for patients presenting with shock and high-energy pelvic fractures

Accelerated approach to postoperative weightbearing safe, effective for patients who receive MACI

Industry News

Wright Medical launches foot and ankle surgery system

Meeting News Coverage

Cervical intervertebral disc allografting helped preserve spine motion, stability

Patients with lumbar stenosis more active after prostaglandin E1 derivative treatment

Comparable patient satisfaction after decompression or fusion for lumbar degenerative scoliosis