Orthopaedics in Motion – Winter 2012 is now available online

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Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 1, Number 4 – Winter 2012 is now available online.

Orthopaedics in Motion is a quarterly newsletter containing sections on disaster preparedness and trauma care. The newsletter also includes overviews of the latest aspects of clinic care, continuing education, research and innovation pertinent to the practicing orthopaedic surgeon.

For Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 1, Number 3 – Fall 2011 please visit The Disaster Preparedness Toolbox and click the Newsletter link.

For Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 1, Number 2 – Summer 2011 please visit The Disaster Preparedness Toolbox and click the Newsletter link.

For Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 1, Number 1 – Spring 2011 please visit The Disaster Preparedness Toolbox and click the Newsletter link.

Displaced Femoral Neck Fracture – Part 2 Now Live

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After creating a hand made blade plate, the surgeons treated Haamid T. with open reduction and internal fixation. They used a 3.5 mm limited contact dynamic compression plate (LC-DCP) that was sized and bent to fit.

Due to the possibility that Haamid T. might not return to the hospital for hardware removal, the surgeons stopped short of the physis. They also used tension band augmentation of the trochanteric apophysis.

Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 3 – Fall 2011 is now available online

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Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 3 – Fall 2011 is now available online.

Orthopaedics in Motion is a quarterly newsletter containing sections on disaster preparedness and trauma care. The newsletter also includes overviews of the latest aspects of clinic care, continuing education, research and innovation pertinent to the practicing orthopaedic surgeon.

For Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 2 – Summer 2011 please visit The Disaster Preparedness Toolbox and click the Newsletter link.

For Orthopaedics in Motion – Volume 1 – Spring 2011 please visit The Disaster Preparedness Toolbox and click the Newsletter link.