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25.07.2017 | CORR Insights

CORR Insights®: High Interspecimen Variability in Engagement of the Anterolateral Ligament: An In Vitro Cadaveric Study

Although ACL reconstruction has been successfully performed for the last three decades, only about 60% of patients return to their preinjury levels of activity [ 9 ]. Young athletes who return to sports too early or have incorrectly placed graft …

21.07.2017 | Editor's Spotlight/Take 5

Editor’s Spotlight/Take 5: Do Surgeon Expectations Predict Clinically Important Improvements in WOMAC Scores After THA and TKA?

20.07.2017 | CORR Insights

CORR Insights®: Is the Clavicula Pro Humero Technique of Value for Reconstruction After Resection of the Proximal Humerus in Children?

Reconstruction after resection of proximal humerus bone sarcomas in children poses a unique challenge for orthopaedic surgeons. In most cases, the rotator cuff, axillary nerve, and portions of the deltoid must be removed. Instability, even with a …

19.07.2017 | Not the Last Word

Not the Last Word: Viscosupplementation, Opioid Overuse, and the Excesses of Empathy

19.07.2017 | CORR® ORS Richard A. Brand Award for Outstanding Orthopaedic Research

Immune Surveillance Plays a Role in Locally Aggressive Giant Cell Lesions of Bone

Giant cell lesions of bone are relatively rare tumors with low metastatic potential but they can be locally aggressive [ 2 , 3 , 29 ]. Giant cell lesions include central giant cell lesions of the maxillofacial skeleton and of the axial and …

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Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® is a leading peer-reviewed journal devoted to the dissemination of new and important orthopaedic knowledge.

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CORR® is an international, well-read, and well-cited journal: Last year, CORR® articles were downloaded 460,000 times; over 60% of those downloads came from readers outside North America. Citation metrics put CORR® at or near the top of the list of orthopaedic journals.

CORR® publishes content of value to both generalists and specialists on all aspects of musculoskeletal research, diagnoses, and treatment:

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  • Regular "Proceedings" issues containing the best research from the most important meetings in the speciality, including The Hip Society, The Knee Society, The Musculoskeletal Tumour Society and The Musculoskeletal Infection Society.
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