JBJS

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JBJSJournal of Bone and Joint Surgery
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"The JBJS study is important in that it indicates that the volume of synovitis is similar in both symptomatic and asymptomatic hips," says co-author Hollis Potter, MD, Chief, Magnetic Resonance Imaging at HSS and Professor of Radiology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
It is important to note that blood clot risk doesn't disappear once a patient leaves the hospital; in the JBJS study, half of the patients developed their blood clots over 15 days after surgery.
"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.
"In the appropriate setting, and for the right patient, LESI provides effective symptomatic relief and improved level of function, said Shlomo Mandel, M.D., M.P.H., lead author of the JBJS study and orthopedic surgeon at Henry Ford Health System.
The study appears in Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS).
Al-Rashid and colleagues reported extensor tendon injuries, which included EIP and EDC injury, in JBJS British in 2006.
Pederson and Rolf Hagen; Spondylosis and Spondylolisthesis treatment by internal fixation and bone grafting of the defect; JBJS 1988; 70A, 16-24.
(5.) Amstutz R, Smith R, THR following failed femoral Hemiarthroplasty JBJS 1979 61A: 1161-1166.
F.--Clubfoot its incidence, cause & treatment, an anatomical--physiological study JBJS: 33A, 577, 1951.
(12.) Irani R.N., and Sherman M.S.--The pathological anatomy of clubfoot JBJS: 45A, 45, 1963.
Randomized Controlled Trial by Alexia Karantana, FRCS (Orth) 2013 JBJS. (16)
(5.) Kozin SH et al: Early soft tissue complication after fractures of the distal part of the radius JBJS [AM] 1993:75:144-153.