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Page: About COA
Mission Statement Achieve excellence in orthopaedic care for Canadians through excellence in education and research and through advocacy on behalf of patients and orthopaedic surgeons across Canada. V…
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Page: Acetabular Labral Repair - Current Concepts
Repair of the acetabular labrum is a technically demanding procedure, with controversial indications and mixed results. Nevertheless, it is clear that the labrum in the hip is an important structure, …
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Page: Acute Osteochondral Injuries - Strategies for Management
Acute osteochondral fractures or lesions in the ankle can occur as isolated injuries. More commonly, they are associated with sprains or fractures of the ankle. Arthroscopic studies show that cartilag…
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Page: Adjusting to Kandahar - The Civilian's Top 10 List
I was fortunate to spend 1 month (March-April 2007) as a volunteer civilian trauma surgeon in the Canadian-run hospital (MMU-3) at Kandahar Air Field (KAF). I suggest the following must read "Top 10" …
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Page: Adult Reconstruction - Hip Arthroscopy A Procedure for the 21st Century
{use-layout:ORTHOSEC} Subspecialty Theme of the Month, July 2011 Hip arthroscopy is a rapidly evolving surgical field in orthopaedic surgery with a definite role in the treatment of pre-arthritic hip …
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Page: Adult Reconstruction - Unicompartmental Knee Arthritis
{use-layout:ORTHOSEC} Subspecialty Theme of the Month, October 2011 Total knee arthroplasty is considered to be the gold standard for tricompartmental knee arthritis. By contrast, unicompartmental kne…
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Page: Adult Scoliosis
Epidemiology Adult scoliosis can be defined as a spinal coronal plane deformity of greater than 10° that presents in a skeletally mature individual. A number of studies have reported the prevalence of…
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Page: Ankle Fracture Complications - Salvaging a Failed ORIF
Patients may present after an open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) with ongoing ankle pain. Cartilage defects are the most common cause in our practice. However, osteotomies, debridement, and fusio…
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Page: Anteromedial Facet Fractures of the Coronoid
Elbow dislocations occur in approximately 6 out of every 100,000 people during their lifetime. The elbow is the second most commonly dislocated joint in the adult upper limb.1 Dislocations constitute …
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Page: Applications of Bone Graft Substitutes in Sports Medicine, Trauma and Spine Surgery
Bone graft substitutes are now commonly used in orthopaedic surgery as an alternative to autogenous bone graft. This short review will focus on applications of bone graft substitutes in sports medicin…
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