Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy


Leading articles of our October 2014 issue

Hello, The leading article of our special October issue "Rediscovering the patellofemoral joint“ is “Patellofemoral pain syndrome“ by Wolf Petersen, Andree Ellermann, Andreas Gösele-Koppenburg, Raymond Best, Ingo...[more]


Leading articles of our September 2014 issue

Dear readers, Three article of this issue were chosen as leading articles because of their important messages. Here they are. Enjoy! Individualized ACL reconstruction by Paulo H. Araujo, Mauricio Kfuri Junior, Bruno...[more]


In memoriam Pau Golanó (1965–2014)—anatomist, scientist, artist, teacher and friend

It was a Saturday in April 2004. At 4.00 a.m., at the Luz de Gas discotheque, we were celebrating our successful two-day dissection course for my residents. We talked about life. “I will not get old”, he said. And he...[more]



Hello: The Impact Factors for 2013 have just been released and KSSTA continues to go from strength to strength. ·      Our Impact Factor increased to 2.837 from 2.676 in...[more]


Editor's Choice Paper Awards 2012-13

3rd Award - presented this year during the ESSKA congress in Amsterdam

The posterior cruciate ligament: a study on its bony and soft tissue anatomy using novel 3D CT technology by T. van Hoof, M. Cromheecke, T.Tampere, K. D’herde, J. Victor, P.C.M. Verdonk   Tom Van Hoof, PhD...[more]


Leading article of our July issue 2014

Dear Readers of KSSTA, Dr. Kellie K. Middleton and Dr. Freddie H. Fu of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery would like to introduce their leading article of the July 2014...[more]


Michael Hirschmann - New Associate Editor and Johan Bellemans Goodbye

Dear readers, Michael T. Hirschmann, MD, has been appointed an Associate Editor of the Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology and Arthroscopy Journal commencing and will replace Johan Bellemans. At the same time we would...[more]

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