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Orthopedic Innovation

Two-Stage Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Cannulated Allograft Bone Dowels Soaked in Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate

Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) is one of the most common orthopedic procedures performed each year. The majority of patients undergoing these reconstructions will experience long-term stability and symptomatic relief; however, some will require a revision ACLR procedure. more

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Trochlear Osteochondral Shell Allograft Technique to Treat Trochlear Dysplasia in the Setting of Chondral Damage and Chronic Patellar Instability

The patellofemoral joint is a complex portion of knee anatomy that is composed of the end of the thigh bone and kneecap. Patients who have structural abnormalities in the surrounding ligaments and bony anatomy as well as functional more

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Three-Dimensional Patient Specific Instrumentation and Cutting Guide for Medial Closing Wedge High Tibial Osteotomy to Correct Valgus Malalignment

Achievement of correct knee alignment is crucial to ensure the best outcomes following a procedure to re-align the knee. The use of customized surgical instrumentation for individual patients to assist in preoperative planning and intraoperative realignment has gained more

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Social Media and Orthopedics: An Evolving Relationship

Growing technological advances and accessibility has led to drastic increases in connectivity and overall internet usage across the globe. Social media is a very powerful tool to connect a large number of people, who may have otherwise been more

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Women in Orthopaedics

There is a well-documented disparity of women applying for and training in orthopaedic residencies. Women comprise approximately 50% of medical students; however, only 14% of current orthopaedic residents are women. There are many factors that contribute to the more

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Opioid Sparring Surgery

By Scott Sigman, MD Opioids during my medical training were described as inexpensive and minimally addictive. That could not be any further from the truth. The reality is that Opioids are highly addictive and are incredibly expensive to more