The latest medical news on Adult Reconstructive Orthopaedics

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Medscape Ortho

We can control much about our quality of life, our length of life, and parameters of dying, by our volitional actions. Here's my advice.

Medscape Ortho

Neurologist Allan Block notes that politicians currently favor a strategy of "kicking the can down the road" when it comes to Medicare concerns. "B...

Ortho Principles

MCQs for the FRCS Orth 1

Medscape Ortho

If the state's governor signs the bill, the Medical Board of California will be empowered to take disciplinary action against doctors who spread di...

Medscape Ortho

This case explores different treatment approaches for osteoid osteoma in an adolescent male.

Ortho Principles

FemoroAcetabular Impingement: Advancing the Arthroscope

Disability I Wheels

Julia Prendergast was 6 when she became a peer buddy for Tyme Fiedorczyk, who has cerebral palsy. Now adults, the two are best friends and Prenderg...

Disability I Wheels

A program that uses lanyards, pins and bracelets to discreetly indicate that travelers may need special assistance is starting to become available ...

Disability I Wheels

Netflix is backing a new effort to train writers, animators and creative executives who have disabilities to work on television shows aimed at pres...

Medscape Ortho

Doctors have long known music and sound can help soothe physical pain, but they didn't know why. New research offers insight -- and a surprise abou...

Medscape Ortho

Former NIH director and PLOS founder Harold Varmus is among those backing Biden's move, while a publishers' trade group raises quick objections.

Medscape Ortho

Many people believe we reserve our most inappropriate behavior for social media. But physicians say other doctors actually act badly more often in ...