Coronavirus (COVID-19): Guidelines for Triage of Orthopaedic Patients

The outbreak of the coronavirus disease, which now has become a pandemic, continues to challenge the world. According to expert projections, it is estimated that despite social distancing and other measures being practiced, the full impact of coronavirus is yet to be experienced. The growing pandemic might demand for local preparations for the potential increase…

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Medial Meniscus Repair for 17-yr-old Patient

History: 17-yr-old boy suffered from a bucket handle tear of the Medial Meniscus, complex tear of Lateral Meniscus and ACL Tear. Case: A medial meniscus Repair of the bucket handle with all inside, Inside out and Outside in technique was performed. I repaired the lateral meniscus by all inside side-to-side sutures and reconstructed the ACL.…

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All you need to know about Partial Knee Replacement

Would you replace all four tyres for only one deflated tyre? Then why do that to your knee?  In Osteoarthritis most of the wear and tear happens on the inner side of the Knee and with a Partial Knee Replacement, you can save the other compartments of your knee along with the ligaments and the…

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Life after Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Total Knee Replacement was first performed in the year 1968 and is considered as one of the most important orthopaedic surgical advances of this century. This surgery is also known as total knee arthroplasty and can relieve you from your prolonged knee pain struggles and restore the lost joint function. Although your new knee will…

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