Modified anteromedial and anterolateral elbow arthroscopy portals show superiority to standard portals
Modified portals in elbow arthroscopy might help obtaining a better implant positioning with biomechanically superior fixation. New research shows a distal anteromedial and anterolateral portal placement would permit to obtain a more flattened trajectory of the screw placement, which should correlate with a superior biomechanical performance of fixation.Read More
Hip range of motion in adolescent elite alpine skiers with and without cam morphologyRead More
Treatment of hypermobile lateral meniscus in soccer players
Please check out the recently published featured article on hypermobile lateral meniscus in soccer players from Barcelona, Spain. If you want to read more about this rare topic, please see our March issue: https://link.springer.com/journal/167/27/2Read More
Best reviewers of 2019
We happily present the KSSTA Best Reviewers for 2019 and thank them for their excellent contribution and great work: Riccardo Compagnoni (Italy), Daniel Guenther (Germany) and Kanto Nagai (Japan)Read More
Official Instagram page is now online
The official Instagram account is now open and can be reached here. Stay tuned for future updates and posts!Read More
We thank our cherished reviewers!
We thank all our reviewers for their valuable contribution and support. Have a happy and lovely new year!Read More
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Section Rank in Orthopedics10 of 77
Section Rank in Surgery36 of 200
Abstracted/Indexed in: PubMed/Medline, Science Citation Index/Journal Citation Report
ISSN 0942-2056 Print
ISSN 1433-7347 Online
Published Ahead of Print
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