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The revenue cycle: An open letter for young surgeons

Surgery - 14 September, 2017

A physician’s refund is connected directly to either productivity or collections – and it can be influenced indirectly by the overall financial sustainability of the…

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Current thoughts on Foot and Ankle endoscopies

Current thoughts on Foot and Ankle endoscopies

Surgery - 3 March, 2017

The future of foot and ankle analysis might reside in the development of promising new endoscopic techniques for tendinopathies – even though studies of a…

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New procedures for rotator-cuff repair

New procedures for rotator-cuff repair

Surgery - 9 February, 2017

Repairing a rotator-cuff is not always an easy task. It can be tricky, especially for those who have failed prior treatment. So, patients who have…

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DO SPORTS INJURIES ALWAYS LEAD TO SURGERY?

Do sports injuries always lead to surgery?

Preoperative planning - 7 October, 2016

As a surgeon, your diagnosis on a patient’s injury must be always a high focus procedure. When it comes to sports, this procedure needs to…

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MRI for ACL tear diagnosis

ACL reconstruction surgery: all the basics

Surgery - 6 July, 2016

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of the four major ligaments of the human knee. Its name is indicative of its characteristic passage with the posterior…

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