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American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

Advocacy, Education, Research

Teams Can Learn from Arthroplasty Today

The online, open-access journal Arthroplasty Today can serve as an educational tool for total joint replacement team members. In an editorial in the current issue of Arthroplasty Today, authors Brian J. McGrory, MD and Craig J. Della Valle, MD stated, “Our new reality in joint replacement care is one of a high level of accountability for excellent outcomes. More than ever before, outcomes depend on a dedicated, specialized, and engaged team from multiple disciplines in the care model.” Full text of case-based articles, surgical tips and office tips are available for free. Orthopaedic team members can create a new account and sign up for quarterly e-mail issues at www.ArthroplastyToday.org by selecting “New Content Alerts” in the Journal Info menu.

Articles in the Current Issue

Primary total knee arthroplasty in a patient with a chronic extensor mechanism deficiency by Daniel L. Levy, J. Ryan Martin, Tyler S. Watters, Jason M. Jennings and Todd M. Miner

Incarcerated fracture fragments of Longevity polyethylene liners after total hip arthroplasty by Michael A. Yee, Thomas J. O’Keefe and Suzanne Winter

Failure of Emperion modular femoral stem with implant analysis by Benjamin M. Stronach, Michael D. Roach and Kenneth R. St. John

Rapidly destructive osteoarthritis can mimic infection by Gavin Hart and Thomas Fehring

 

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