A computer-simulation study finds that patellar dislocation is more likely to recur if the knee has a flat trochlea, patella alta or poor rotational alignment.Read More
Missed Peritalar Injuries of the Foot and Ankle
While more patients than ever are surviving motor vehicle accidents, undiagnosed peritalar injuries are exceedingly common. Discover why proper recognition of these injuries is critical.
Introducing the National Orthopaedic & Spine Alliance
Cleveland Clinic has joined with other leading orthopaedic providers to launch an unprecedented physician-managed specialty alliance for direct-to-employer contracting. Is your provider group a potential member?
How Care Paths Can Foster Consistent, Evidence-Based Practice in Total Joint Arthroplasty
Learn why our orthopaedic surgeons have embraced care paths for total hip arthroplasty and total knee arthroplasty. Read about the clinical and economic impacts.
New Computer-Assisted 3D Templating Adds Precision to the Correction of Distal Radial and Ulnar Deformities
Cleveland Clinic Upper Extremity Center surgeons are using new technology that minimizes intraoperative guesswork, eliminates the need for freehand osteotomy and correction, and adds precision to the restoration of anatomy.
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New Insights and Tissue Engineering Advances May Transform Repair of Pediatric Growth Plate Injuries
Most growth-plate injuries heal uneventfully, but certain cases may cause growth arrest with subsequent leg length inequality and progressive deformity. Find out the latest Cleveland Clinic research that may one day help.
Converting an Intraoperative MRI Suite for Select Musculoskeletal Tumor Resections
Intraoperative MRI is becoming a useful tool for select musculoskeletal tumors that cannot be easily localized during resection. Read how Cleveland Clinic musculoskeletal oncologists are utilizing this intriguing option.
Post-Concussion Return to Play in Student Athletes: Guidance to Avoid Cumulative Injuries
Concussed athletes who return to play too soon and sustain a repeat concussion may suffer cumulative effects that prolong recovery and compromise school performance. Here’s advice for avoiding that scenario.
Biomechanics of Brain Injury in Boxing: New Study Takes Deepest Look to Date
No research until now has combined imaging, behavioral assessment and impact-dynamic studies to begin to pinpoint the dose of head impact needed to produce acute brain changes linked to neurodegenerative disease.