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An Innovative Approach to Sciatic Nerve Repair
Neurosurgeon Allan Belzberg, M.D., and orthopaedic trauma surgeon Greg Osgood, M.D., collaborated to offer a novel way to repair the sciatic nerve of a patient.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries
R. Jay Lee, M.D., discusses anterior cruciate ligament injuries (ACL) and explains how the injuries occur, the signs and symptoms, how they are treated and how to prevent an ACL injury.
Pediatric Knee Injuries Case Presentation with Dr. Jay Lee
R. Jay Lee, M.D., pediatric orthopaedic surgeon, gives a case presentation of a 10-year-old patient with torn ACL for pediatric providers and reviews the diagnosis and treatment.
Q&A on Pediatric Hip Dysplasia
Pediatric surgeon, John Edgard Tis, MD, answers commonly-asked questions on Pediatric Hip Dysplasia, looking at avascular necrosis and current research at Johns Hopkins.
Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Case Presentation for Orthopaedic Providers
Amit Jain, M.D., gives a case presentation for pediatric orthopaedic providers of a 13 year old patient with idiopathic scoliosis and reviews the diagnosis and treatment.
Q&A on Pediatric Cerebral Palsy
Dr. Ranjit Varghese, assistant professor in pediatric orthopaedics, explains the types of cerebral palsy conditions that can be treated by an orthopedic surgeon and the benefits of sending a patient to Johns Hopkins.
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Straightening the Curve
Growing up with only one lung and severe scoliosis, teen golfer Nicholas “Nick” Sheridan reveals an unbending spirit.
Innovations for Children with Steroid-Induced Osteoporosis
A Johns Hopkins clinician-researcher is studying how to maximize the benefit of steroids while minimizing damage to growing bone. Here, an image shows bone tissue affected by osteoporosis.
A Magnetic Approach for Scoliosis
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