Orthopaedics Today Europe


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ORTHOPAEDICS TODAY EUROPE is the official newspaper of EFORT.


Pain management should be as important to surgeons as it is to patients

Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen, MD

Investigators found patient dissatisfaction may decrease over time following TKA

NORE: New network of orthopaedic registries to further enhance treatment quality

Fusion offered no potential benefit in decompressive surgery for spinal stenosis

Casting for elderly patients with distal radius fractures found a viable treatment

Long, smooth taper with MoM hip bearing associated with less material loss

Medial quadriceps tendon-femoral ligament provides alternative for medial patellofemoral stabilization

John P. Fulkerson, MD

Endoscopic Achilles tendon rupture repair is safe with local anesthesia

Mahmut Nedim Doral, MD, PhD; Gazi Huri, MD; Egemen Turhan, MD; Gürhan Dönmez, MD; Mustafa Sargon, MD, PhD; Defne Kaya, MD

Metal implant shown effective at mid-term follow-up for osteochondral ankle defects

EFORT Open Reviews: Accurate, compact information

OTE200: Working time directive

Anterolateral deltoid-splitting ORIF may avoid AVN in proximal humerus fractures

PRP and placebo treatment may be equally effective for epicondylitis pain

EFORT Awards in Prague 2015

Cover Story

Revision may be inevitable after THA in children for tumors, fractures and necrosis

In the Journals

Crespine Gel may reduce pain in patients with knee OA

Study: Misuse of NSAIDs in European patients with chronic pain may be prevalent

Industry News

MedTech names Peplinski VP of sales in Asia, Middle East and Latin America

Invibio announces new trauma technology platform

Meeting News Coverage

Certain patients with AKIH prone to collagen loss after moderate running

Results equivalent for patients undergoing microfracture and autologous chondrocyte implantation

Osteochondral autograft transplantation may offer higher rate of return to pre-injury athletics

MACI, novel treatment clinically valid for femoroacetabular impingement

Autologous chondrocyte implantation on biphasic scaffold improved pain and function

Intra-articular corticosteroid injection comparable to placebo in patients with OA

Location of meniscal injury determines shift in weightbearing line

Higher risk of medial end-stage OA found in patients with constitutional varus

Habitual running not linked to knee OA progression

Framework useful to identify barriers, facilitators to exercise for patients with OA

Imaging techniques accurately diagnose cartilage defects