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- Health care professionals at this year’s AAOS discussed research findings, novel treatment approaches and innovations on the podium and in the hallways
- These conversations generated press across trade publications
- Highlights include results on studies regarding vitamin C in polyethylene, surgical decision making for desmoid fibromatosis and innovative approaches in spinal reconstruction
Health care professionals at last month’s AAOS Annual Meeting discussed late-breaking research and innovative treatment approaches across a spectrum of orthopedic specialties. The conversations carried over from the podium and conference halls into trade articles and videos.
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Here is a list of some noteworthy AAOS 2019 coverage.
Innovation in Spine
Improving the Management of Spine Fractures Through AI and Machine Learning
Innovation in Spinal Deformity Surgery
Innovation in Oncology
Weighing the Benefits of Surgery for Desmoid Fibromatosis
Innovation in Arthroplasty
Comparing Capsular Reconstruction to Tendon Transfers
Polyethylene Wear is Not a Function of Time
Charles Bragdon, PhD, principal investigator and associate director of Clinical Studies in the Harris Orthopaedics Laboratory, talks with Orthopedics Today about a seven-year evaluation of wear and tear on vitamin E-diffused highly crosslinked polyethylene.
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