Orthopedics Today

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

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Commentary

Future of out-of-network care in orthopedics is uncertain

Anthony A. Romeo, MD

Outpatient, inpatient TSA yielded similar complication profiles at 1-year follow-up

MLB players likely to return to usual play after thumb UCL repair

Results at 20-year follow-up support nonoperative ACL rupture treatment

At Issue

At Issue: Chronic low back pain

Dil V. Patel, BS; Benjamin Khechen, BA; Kern Singh, MD; Dennis E. Enix, DC, MBA; Nickul Jain, MD; John C. Liu, MD; Heidi Prather, DO

Cover Story

Suspicion is of the essence with taper corrosion diagnosis

In the Journals

Conservative treatment improves outcomes of ulnar impaction syndrome at short-term follow-up

Meeting News

Similar opioid use seen after surgical treatment of ankle fractures vs closed care of fibula fractures

Megaprostheses for TKA yielded significant complications among septic patients

Study suggests PROMIS scores of elite athletes and average patients differ

After irrigation and debridement, patients with acute hematogenous PJI yielded high failure rate

Delegates seek better care of patients with orthopedic infections through discussion, consensus

Movers and Shakers

Sarcoma surgeon named chair of department of orthopedic surgery at UC Davis Health

Orthopedics Today Grand Rounds

A 15-year-old patient with right ankle pain, difficulty walking uphill

Edward S. Hur, MD; Daniel D. Bohl, MD, MPH; Rajeev D. Puri, MD; Simon Lee, MD

Point/Counter

Is switching from cobalt-chrome to non-cobalt-chrome femoral heads the best way to mitigate taper corrosion problems?

Practice Management Improvement Strategies

Protect your practice against payer audits with these preparedness strategies

Cheryl Toth, MBA

Surgical Technique

Cartilage lesions can be treated with HA-based scaffold with BMAC

Alberto Gobbi, MD; Graeme P. Whyte, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Katarzyna Herman, MD; Bogusaw Sadlik, MD, PhD