International Journal of Orthopaedics Research

International Journal of Orthopaedics Research


International Journal of Orthopaedics Research
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Posterior malleolus fixation in trimalleolar fracture with ankle dislocation
Pages: 01-03  
A comparative study of reduction of blood loss after use of tranexamic acid intravenous versus topical in unilateral total hip replacement: A prospective study
Pages: 04-07  
Diagnostic efficacy of dynamic ultrasound VS MRI in clinically suspected rotator cuff tears
Pages: 08-11  
Comparison of ORIF and percutaneous fixation of scaphoid fractures in Telangana population: Retrospective study
Pages: 12-16  
Minimally invasive flat foot Alingment short term results
Pages: 17-21  
Health outcomes in elderly individuals with acute severely painful osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures
Pages: 22-27  
Fate of Undisplaced fracture neck of femur-managed by osteosynthesis using multiple cannulated cancellous screws (A 6 yr multicentre follow-up)
Pages: 28-30  
Comparison between plating and titanium elastic nailing system in mid-clavicular fractures in Telangana population-retrospective study
Pages: 36-40  
Fragility fractures in renal disease: Case report
Pages: 41-43  
Comparitive evaluation of various treatment modalities of fracture distal end radius
Pages: 44-48  
Study of negative pressure wound therapy in open tibial fractures in Telangana population a retrospective study
Pages: 49-51  
Covid19 and neck/back pain: Are electronic devices becoming necessary evils?
Pages: 52-56  
Is intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) a reliable tool for scoliosis correction in patients with friedreich’s ataxia?
Pages: 57-61  
Bilateral elbow dislocation in a young male: A case report
Pages: 62-63  
Efficacy of intraoperative periarticular injection versus post-operative epidural analgesia in total hip arthroplasty: A randomised control study
Pages: 64-67