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Age, sex, race among top risk factors for revision knee surgery News

Age, sex, race among top risk factors for revision knee surgery

UTSW researchers say information may help advise patients on expectations after initial procedure
E-scooter injuries can come at a cost to the public News

E-scooter injuries can come at a cost to the public

Electric scooters carry a significant risk of orthopedic injuries and associated costs for medical care, which can create a financial burden for the public, according to a study by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers.
Congratulations to Nathan Boes, M.D., for receiving the Mark Frankle, M.D., Health Care Policy Award issued by the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon (ASES) Foundation News

Congratulations to Nathan Boes, M.D., for receiving the Mark Frankle, M.D., Health Care Policy Award issued by the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon (ASES) Foundation

The award acknowledges a new generation of orthopaedic advocacy leaders who foster innovation and optimization in shoulder and elbow care.
Surgical skills month training leads to higher intern scores and performance, study shows News

Surgical skills month training leads to higher intern scores and performance, study shows

A single-institution retrospective cohort study, published in the July/August issue of Current Orthopaedic Practice, compared orthopedic surgery interns who took the orthopedic in-training examination before and after the introduction of a surgical skills month.
HIV patients can safely undergo hip replacement, study finds News

HIV patients can safely undergo hip replacement, study finds

UTSW researchers see no increased risk of complications following total hip arthroplasty
Ortho-oncology: Improving care for patients with metastatic bone disease News

Ortho-oncology: Improving care for patients with metastatic bone disease

Advancements in medical oncology over the last decade have created a paradigm shift in MBD care, transitioning toward a more hopeful model focused on managing metastatic cancer by keeping patients active and mobile.
UT Southwestern’s Raspovic spoke at ISDF Rising Star Minisymposium News

UT Southwestern’s Raspovic spoke at ISDF Rising Star Minisymposium

As only American to present, researcher talked about her work on the Charcot foot at global conference
Ask the Expert: What is Tommy John Surgery? News

Ask the Expert: What is Tommy John Surgery?

The two-time Cy Young award winner will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair an ligament tear in his elbow.
Elbow Arthritis: Surgical Treatment Options for a Challenging Condition News

Elbow Arthritis: Surgical Treatment Options for a Challenging Condition

In a study published in the Journal of Hand Surgery, Michael A. Del Core, M.D., and I reviewed the principles of diagnosis and treatment of elbow arthritis, a relatively uncommon condition, reaffirming that options for surgery versus conservative therapy must be carefully selected based on the patient’s symptoms, physiologic age, and functional demands.
Novel T-bar technique for tibia fractures reduces infection risk and promotes bone healing News

Novel T-bar technique for tibia fractures reduces infection risk and promotes bone healing

High-energy periarticular or metadiaphyseal tibia fractures almost always involve severe soft tissue injuries. Open lacerations, poor skin quality, and deep muscle damage can make internal fixation undesirable, or even unsafe.
Male, female knee cartilage disparities may explain differences in rates of degeneration News

Male, female knee cartilage disparities may explain differences in rates of degeneration

Researchers have long known there are sex disparities when it comes to the prevalence and severity of knee osteoarthritis, a disease that causes cartilage degeneration.
Sickle cell patients face higher risks in joint reconstruction surgeries News

Sickle cell patients face higher risks in joint reconstruction surgeries

Patients with sickle cell disease (SCD) who undergo total knee replacement are at higher risk for complications than non-SCD patients, according to a large-scale, retrospective study by researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center and the University of Calgary.

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