This blog post is an update to my earlier Twitter thread in which I presented trends of knee arthroscopy procedures in different countries. Full thread about arthroscopic partial meniscectomy (APM) can be found here. Finally, how has the orthopaedic community responded to this bulk of evidence? Not as would be expected. Further studies are urgently… Read More »
Both knee arthroscopy for partial meniscectomy and shoulder arthroscopy for acromioplasty were very common procedures few years back in orthopaedic surgery. During the first two decades of this millennium extensive amount of research has been published showing that the effect of these procedures to treat knee and shoulder pain and function is quite weak. Despite… Read More »
This is a tweetorial about arthroscopic partial meniscectomy I posted on Twitter.
Our study about increasing incidence of surgically treated quadriceps tendon ruptures was just published in the Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. At this moment it is in Open Access format so full-text is freely available. Below is the grabstract, ie. graphical abstract, of our study. In our study we write “There is no evidence of… Read More »
There are no studies reporting incidences of specific or serious causes of acute low back pain. Below is our grabstract on a study establishing these incidences. Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00264-018-3983-y