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CORR Insights®: A Modeling Study of a Patient-specific Safe Zone for THA: Calculation, Validation, and Key Factors Based on Standing and Sitting Sagittal Pelvic Tilt
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CORR Insights®: No Difference in Functional, Radiographic, and Survivorship Outcomes Between Direct Anterior or Posterior Approach THA: 5-Year Results of a Randomized Trial
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CORR Insights®: Does the Risk of Death Within 48 Hours of Hip Hemiarthroplasty Differ Between Patients Treated with Cemented and Cementless Implants? A Meta-analysis of Large, National Registries
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A Modeling Study of a Patient-specific Safe Zone for THA: Calculation, Validation, and Key Factors Based on Standing and Sitting Sagittal Pelvic Tilt
CONCLUSION: The patient-specific safe zone algorithm can be an accurate method for determining the optimal orientation for acetabular cups and femoral stems in THA. The patient-specific safe zone is sensitive to changes in standing and sitting pelvic tilt, stem version, ROM criteria, and the femoral head diameter. A narrow zone of 10° to 20° for stem anteversion is recommended to maximize the size of the patient-specific safe zone.
Is Shared Decision-making Associated with Better Patient-reported Outcomes? A Longitudinal Study of Patients Undergoing Total Joint Arthroplasty
CONCLUSION: The association between preoperative collaboRATE scores and Oxford hip or knee scores suggests that SDM could be one tool to encourage better outcomes. Although previous studies have shown that SDM can improve patient experience, the lack of a strong correlation in our study suggests that PROMs and experience measures are separate domains, at least partly. Improving preoperative SDM between the surgeon and patient might help improve surgical outcomes for patients undergoing TKA and...
Are Knotted or Knotless Techniques Better for Reconstruction of Full-Thickness Tears of the Superior Portion of the Subscapularis Tendon? A Study in Cadavers
CONCLUSION: With the numbers available, we found no differences between single-anchor knotless and knotted reconstruction techniques used to repair full-thickness tears of the upper portion of subscapularis tendon.
Do Adhesive Drapes Have an Effect on Infection Rates in Orthopaedic Surgery? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
CONCLUSION: The findings of this review suggest that adhesive drapes, including those with antimicrobial properties, decrease the risk of wound contamination during orthopaedic procedures. In circumstances where drape adhesion is compromised and peel back occurs at the wound edge, there is an increased risk of wound contamination with the use of adhesive drapes. The best currently available evidence is indeterminate as to the effect of adhesive drapes on the risk of surgical site infections;...
CORR Insights®: A Dynamic Interbody Cage Improves Bone Formation in Anterior Cervical Surgery: A Porcine Biomechanical Study
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Does the Risk of Death Within 48 Hours of Hip Hemiarthroplasty Differ Between Patients Treated with Cemented and Cementless Implants? A Meta-analysis of Large, National Registries
CONCLUSION: Bone cement is associated with a higher risk of fatalities within 48 hours of surgery compared with cementless prostheses. However, numerous prior studies have found a higher risk of serious complications resulting in additional surgical procedures associated with cementless devices in this population; those complications, as well, may result in death. Based on our study alone, we cannot recommend cementless implants in this setting. Large, national registries should evaluate...
International Validation of the SORG Machine-learning Algorithm for Predicting the Survival of Patients with Extremity Metastases Undergoing Surgical Treatment
CONCLUSION: SORG-MLAs retained good discriminatory ability in Taiwanese patients with long-bone metastases, although their actual survival time was slightly underestimated. More international validation and incremental value studies that address factors such as the ECOG score are warranted to refine the algorithms, which can be freely accessed online at https://sorg-apps.shinyapps.io/extremitymetssurvival/.
Whole Exome Sequencing in Individuals with Idiopathic Clubfoot Reveals a Recurrent Filamin B (FLNB) Deletion
CONCLUSION: A recurrent FLNB E1792 deletion was identified in 0.43% of 1157 isolated patients with clubfoot. Given the absence of any recurrent variants in our discovery phase (n = 183) for any of the known genes causing clubfoot, our findings support that novel and rare missense variants in FLNB in patients with clubfoot, although rare, may be among the most commonly known genetic causes of clubfoot. Patients with FLNB variants often have isolated clubfoot, but they and their family members may...
CORR Insights®: Is Shared Decision-making Associated with Better Patient-reported Outcomes? A Longitudinal Study of Patients Undergoing Total Joint Arthroplasty
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Deep-Freezing Temperatures During Irradiation Preserves the Compressive Strength of Human Cortical Bone Allografts: A Cadaver Study
CONCLUSION: In this study, maintenance of a deep-freezing temperature below -40°C, using dry ice as a cooling agent, consistently mitigated the adverse effects of irradiation on the monotonic-compression mechanical properties of human cortical bone tissue. Preserving the mechanical properties of a cortical allograft, when irradiated in a deep-freezing temperature, may have resulted from attenuation of the deleterious, indirect effects of gamma radiation on its collagen architecture in a frozen...
CORR Insights®: What Are the Long-term Outcomes of Mortality, Quality of Life, and Hip Function after Prosthetic Joint Infection of the Hip? A 10-year Follow-up from Sweden
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Editor's Spotlight/Take 5: What Is the Best Evidence to Guide Management of Acute Achilles Tendon Ruptures? A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
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CORR Insights®: What is the Trend in Representation of Women and Under-represented Minorities in Orthopaedic Surgery Residency?
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On Patient Safety: How Can We Get More Nonphysicians on Medical Boards?
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Does Operative Management of Epidural Abscesses Increase Healthcare Expenditures up to 1 Year After Treatment?
CONCLUSION: Multidisciplinary teams caring for patients with spinal epidural abscesses should understand that the decreased charges associated with selecting nonoperative management during the index admission persist at 1 year with no difference in 30-day readmission rates, 1-year reoperation rates, or 2-year mortality. On the other hand, patients with active intravenous drug use have higher index admission charges that do not persist at 1 year, with no difference in 30-day readmission rates,...
CORR Insights®: Ninety-Day Follow-up Is Inadequate for Diagnosis of Fracture-related Infections in Patients with Open Fractures
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Not the Last Word: 500 Words of Solitude
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Editorial: Is Telemedicine Safe? It's Unlikely We'll Ever Know
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CORR Insights®: Intraosseous Regional Prophylactic Antibiotics Decrease the Risk of Prosthetic Joint Infection in Primary TKA: A Multicenter Study
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CORR Insights®: Rotational Thromboelastometry Findings Are Associated with Symptomatic Venous Thromboembolic Complications after Hip Fracture Surgery
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CORR® Curriculum-Orthopaedic Education: How Can We Bridge the Chasm Between Podiatrists and Orthopaedic Surgeons?
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CORR Insights®: Does a Prescription-based Comorbidity Index Correlate with the American Society of Anesthesiologists Physical Status Score and Mortality After Joint Arthroplasty? A Registry Study
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Radiographic Severity May Not be Associated with Pain and Function in Glenohumeral Arthritis
CONCLUSION: In patients with glenohumeral arthritis, no consistent clinically important differences in pain or function were discovered with respect to radiographic or demographic factors. Surgeons should understand that the pain levels of patients with glenohumeral arthritis may not parallel radiographic severity. Future studies can build on these findings by examining other non-radiographic or demographic factors that affect pain in patients with shoulder arthritis, such as psychological...
Editorial Comment: Selected Papers from the 9th International Congress of Arthroplasty Registries
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Cochrane in CORR®: Internal Fixation Implants for Intracapsular Hip Fractures in Older Adults
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3D-printed Handheld Models Do Not Improve Recognition of Specific Characteristics and Patterns of Three-part and Four-part Proximal Humerus Fractures
CONCLUSION: Using 3D-printed handheld fracture models in addition to conventional onscreen imaging of three-part and four-part proximal humerus fractures does not improve agreement among residents and attending surgeons on specific fracture characteristics and patterns. Therefore, we do not recommend that clinicians expend the time and costs needed to create these models if the goal is to classify or describe patients' fracture characteristics or pattern, since doing so is unlikely to improve...
How Does Implant Survivorship Vary with Different Corail Femoral Stem Variants? Results of 51,212 Cases with Up to 30 Years Of Follow-up from the Norwegian Arthroplasty Register
CONCLUSION: When using the uncemented Corail stem, surgeons can expect good results with up to 30 years of follow-up. Our results should be generalizable to the typical surgeon at the average hospital in a comparable setting. From our results, using a collared variant would be preferable to a collarless one. Due to an increased risk of periprosthetic fracture, caution with the use of the uncemented Corail stem in patients older than 70 years, especially in women, is warranted. Poorer stem...
What Factors Are Associated with Symptomatic Rotator Cuff Tears: A Meta-analysis
CONCLUSION: This study identified several factors associated with symptomatic rotator cuff tears, including blood glucose, blood pressure, weight, and smoking. Clinicians may seek to modify these factors, possibly in patients with symptomatic rotator cuff tears, but also in symptomatic patients who have not yet been diagnosed with rotator cuff tears because there would be no harm or risk associated with modifying any of the factors we identified. Future research should further study whether...
Your Best Life: Preventing Physician Suicide
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Classifications in Brief: The International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Classification of Meniscal Tears
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CORR Insights®: What Are Practical Surgical Anatomic Landmarks and Distances from Relevant Neurologic Landmarks in Cadavers for the Posterior Approach in Shoulder Arthroplasty?
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CORR Insights®: Good Outcome Scores and Low Conversion Rate to THA 10 Years After Hip Arthroscopy for the Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement
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A Day at the Office: Call and the Private Practice Orthopaedic Surgeon
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Behind the Mask: Should Residents Stick to the Script When Managing Patient Pain?
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Letter to the Editor: Editorial: In Musculoskeletal Research, Too Many Animals are Being Harmed for Too Small a Return
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CORR Insights(R): A Comparison of Revision Rates for Osteoarthritis of Primary Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty to Primary Anatomic Shoulder Arthroplasty with a Cemented All- polyethylene Glenoid: Analysis from the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry
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CORR Insights®: Which Bone-Modifying Agent is Associated with Better Outcomes in Patients with Metastatic Bone Disease from Lung Cancer? A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis
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CORR Insights(R): Collection and Reporting of Patient-reported Outcome Measures in Arthroplasty Registries: Multinational Survey and Recommendations
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Reply to the Letter to the Editor: Is the Survivorship of Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Better Than Selected Conventional Hip Arthroplasties in Men Younger Than 65 Years of Age? A Study from the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry
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A Remembrance of Wilton H. Bunch MD, PhD, MBA (1935-2021)
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A Personal Remembrance: Berton Roy Moed MD (1950-2020)
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CORR Insights®: Military Service Members with Major Lower Extremity Fractures Return to Running with a Passive-dynamic Ankle-foot Orthosis: Comparison with a Normative Population
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The Masquelet Technique: Can Disposable Polypropylene Syringes be an Alternative to Standard PMMA Spacers? A Rat Bone Defect Model
CONCLUSION: Using a critical-sized femoral defect model in rats, we demonstrated that polypropylene spacers could induce membrane encapsulation with histologic characteristics and bone regenerative capacities that seem like those of PMMA spacers.
Does Local Zoledronate Applied to Pasteurized Bone Autografts Improve the Likelihood of Union of Graft-host Junctions after Limb-sparing Surgery?
CONCLUSION: The application of local zoledronate to pasteurized bone autografts for limb-sparing surgery improved the likelihood of graft union compared with untreated grafts, especially when the osteotomy junctions were fixed using plate osteosynthesis, but it did not appear to alter the proportion of patients who experience metaphyseal fracture of the grafts because of graft resorption. Although this is a small study, it suggests that the treatment of pasteurized bone autografts and perhaps...
Medicolegal Sidebar: A Fast Route To A Criminal Indictment-Violating Fraud And Abuse Laws
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Reply to the Letter to the Editor: Medical School Experiences Shape Women Students' Interest in Orthopaedic Surgery
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CORR Insights®: Does Medical Students' Sense of Belonging Affect Their Interest in Orthopaedic Surgery Careers? A Qualitative Investigation
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