October 10, 2023

myAO Trauma Clinical Case Roundup on Limb salvage after extensive bone and soft tissue loss

AO expert webinars on thoracolumbar trauma
September 29, 2023

Recon Editor’s Pick: THA in complicated DDH case

THA in complicated DDH case For this month’s Editor’s Pick, our editorial team has selected a case posted by Yossef Elhelw in the World Surgery Tour: Recon group as […]
April 26, 2023

myAO Trauma clinical case roundup on hand crush injuries

April 2023

Crush injuries of the hand can present with wide variety of patterns and generally involve multiple tissues. Patients with severe crush injury can develop compartment syndrome.
March 29, 2023

myAO CMF clinical case roundup on conservative treatment of OKC

March 2023

Odontogenic keratocysts (OKC), previously known as keratocystic odontogenic tumors (KCOT or KOT), are rare benign cystic lesions involving the mandible or maxilla and are believed to arise from dental lamina. Treatment is often with marsupialization/enucleation/excision +/- aggressive curettage. However, they can have a very high recurrence rate (30-60%), and follow-up is essential.
February 3, 2023

myAO Trauma clinical case roundup on die-punch fractures

February 2023

A die-punch fracture is a depression fracture of the lunate fossa of the distal radius that is caused by a vertical load through the lunate. In some cases, the die-punch fracture is in a state that is difficult to reset, such as when it is not limited to the lunate fossa.
January 31, 2023

myAO VET clinical case roundup on shoulder instability in dogs

January 2023

Shoulder instability (SI) is one of the most common causes of front leg lameness in dogs. SI describes a wide range of soft tissue injuries to the ligaments, tendons and muscles of the shoulder. It affects all sizes and breeds of dogs.
January 30, 2023

myAO Recon clinical case roundup on primary THA with acetabular dysplasia

January 2023

Total hip arthroplasty with acetabular dysplasia presents many challenges to the reconstructive surgeon. The complex femoral and acetabular anatomy makes standard reconstruction technically challenging.
January 18, 2023

myAO CMF clinical case roundup on RFFF reconstruction of the Upper Lip

January 2023

The radial forearm free flap (RFFF) is a flap with ideal characteristics for lip reconstruction because it is thin and can be folded to restore both the skin and the inner lining.
myAO CMF clinical case roundup on RFFF reconstruction of the Upper Lip
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