JBJS

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JBJSJournal of Bone and Joint Surgery
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Moving to a twice-monthly publication format allows JBJS to create a print edition that is easier to read and increases our interaction with the orthopaedic community.
Along with this change in frequency, JBJS will introduce an online-first publication tool called "JBJS Express.
Additionally, JBJS will begin publishing certain articles primarily online-only.
The analysis in JBJS adds to a growing body of evidence that NeoCart has the potential to be a longer-term, effective solution for cartilage injury--which is especially encouraging for young, active adults who are eager to return to their pre-injury activities and want to avoid more invasive, bridge-burning treatments during these prime years of their lives.
In the JBJS paper, three, six, twelve, and twenty-four month data were reported with a mean of 26 months for all patients (21 NeoCart; 9 microfracture).
We are delighted that these important clinical data have been published by JBJS, a prestigious peer-reviewed professional journal, and we congratulate the authors," commented Gerald E.
JBJS, Increase in Total Knee Replacement Surgeries, especially in younger adults, linked to obesity.
About the JBJS American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ More information about the AAOS
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About JBJS American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ More information about the AAOS