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.
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.
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.
Amstutz R, Smith R, THR following failed femoral Hemiarthroplasty JBJS 1979 61A: 1161-1166.
Randomized Controlled Trial by Alexia Karantana, FRCS (Orth) 2013 JBJS.
Kozin SH et al: Early soft tissue complication after fractures of the distal part of the radius JBJS [AM] 1993:75:144-153.
Dendrinos GK, Kontos S, Katsenis D Dalas K; Treatment of high energy tibial plateau fractures by Ilizarov external fixator JBJS 78B: 710-771, 1996.
S B Naique, Management of severe open tibial fractures, JBJS Vol 88-B, No 3 March 2006.