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Current Issue

January-April 2020| Vol 3| Issue 1

Editorial

Insights in current orthopaedic practice

I feel privileged to write on Insights in current orthopaedic practice for the Journal of Orthopedic diseases and Traumatology. In this issue, there are 6 articles which are on orthopedic problems w...


Original Article

Is Vertebral artery compression a cause of cervicogenic vertigo in cervical spondylosis patients? A color doppler ultrasound correlation study

Introduction: Pathophysiology of vertigo in patients having neck pain is not well understood, and many theories have been postulated. Cervical spondylitis is one of the most common causes of ...


Original Article

Pinhole effect and manual bowel gas displacement: Simple two tricks for better fluoroscopy imaging in iliosacral screw fixation

Introduction: Presently written abstract. Material and Methods: Total 50 out of 75 patients with pelvic fractures were managed with ilio-sacral screws. Results: At mean followup...


Original Article

Incidence of lumbosacral tuberculosis: A pilot study in a tertiary center

Introduction: Spinal tuberculosis is a destructive form of tuberculosis. It accounts for approximately half of all musculoskeletal tuberculosis, affecting mostly the young population in their...


Case Report

Luxatio erecta of the hip- A report of five cases and the literature review

Hip dislocation is a serious injury which most commonly presents as posterior dislocation. Inferior dislocation is a rare event with a few anecdotal case reports or series described in the literatur...


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Journal of Orthopaedic Diseases and Traumatology, a publication of Bihar Orthopaedic Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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