International Journal of Orthopaedics

ISSN- Online: 2313-1462; Frequency: Bimonthly; The first Issue: June, 2014; Full Open Access; Publishing fee

SCOPE: The journal publishes research papers in areas of research include, but are not limited to, the following: arthroscopy, evidence-based medicine, epidemiology, nursing, sports medicine, therapy of bone and spinal diseases, bone trauma, osteoarthropathy, bone tumors and osteoporosis, minimally invasive therapy, diagnostic imaging. Clinical diagnosis, laboratory diagnosis, differential diagnosis, imaging tests, pathological diagnosis, molecular biological diagnosis, immunological diagnosis, genetic diagnosis, functional diagnostics, and physical diagnosis; and comprehensive therapy, drug therapy, surgical therapy, interventional treatment, minimally invasive therapy, and robot-assisted therapy.

MISSION: The mission of the journal is the rapid exchange of scientific information between clinicians and scientists worldwide.

The journal seeks to publish original clinical practice and research in the extensive field of orthopaedics, traumatology and arthroscopy.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Gregory Alan Day, PhD FRACS (ORTH) FAOrthA,Surgery of the Spine,Level 6 Professor, Specialist Medical Centre, Pacific Private Hospital, Southport, His research and medical corporate architecture have been partly funded by the University of Queensland, Australian Orthopaedic Association and More
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Figure 2 X- ray during the course of treatment. ABSTRACT: Background: Internal bone transport using Ilizarov external fixator for management of post traumatic femoral bone loss is a technically demanding procedure that entails many surgical difficulties. More
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  • Figure 1 AP view X ray of a patient with massive rotator cuff tear and os acromiale (A), axillary view X ray of a patient with massive rotator cuff tear and os acromiale (B).
    AIM: Os acromiale is a rare shoulder condition, which may be symptomatic. The rate of rotator cuff disease in the presence of os acromiale is unknown. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of os acromiale in patients with massive rotator cuff tears and in those with cuff tear arthropathy. METHODS: Prospective data collection was performed on all patients who were treated for massive rotator cuff tear and\or cuff arthropathy in our unit in period of one year. In particular presence or absence of os acromiale, size of rotator cuff tear and signs of arthritic changes were noted. These were detected by various ways including plain radiograph, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging or arthroscopy. More
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EDITORIAL

Direct Anterior Approaches in Hip Arthroplasty. An ephemeral trend or the forthcoming ‘gold standard’? PDF HTML
Nikolaos Platon Sachinis, P Konstantinou, P Athanasiadou, T Apostolou, P Givissis 708-713

ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Comparison of outcome between obese and non-obese patients after primary lumbar discectomy PDF HTML
Awaiz Ahmed, Muralidharan Venkatesan, Martyn Newey 714-718
Difference in the changings of blood coagulation fibrinolysis markers before and after spinal surgery in adolescent and elderly patients PDF HTML
Hideaki Watanabe, Hirokazu Inoue, Yasuyuki Shiraishi, Ryo Sugawara, Shinya Hayasaka, Ichiro Kikkawa, Katsushi Takeshita 719-723
LOCALIZED GIGANTISM: A CLINICAL STUDY OF 20 CASES PDF HTML
dr mohammed khaja nizamoddin khateeb 724-729

CASE REPORT

Posterior shoulder dislocation as a post-operative complication of carotid endarterectomy: case report and review of literature. PDF HTML
Idit Melnik, EHUD ATOUN, Ronen Debi, Yafim Harach, Ofer Levy, Ornit Cohen, Boris Yoffe 730-732


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