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September-December 2022| Vol 37| Issue 3

Editorial

Changing trends: Evolving subspecialties

Long ago, orthopedics evolved as an offshoot of general surgery. In India, it happened almost 70 years ago. Before that general surgeons used to perform orthopedic trauma surgery. Since long, one ha...


Original Article

Evaluation of the result of total knee replacement in various arthritic condition of knee

Introduction: Osteoarthritis is the most common form of the arthritis and is a leading cause of disability in older adults. The management of knee arthritis depends upon severity of arthritis. ...


Original Article

Comparison between functional outcomes of close reduction versus K-wire fixation in fracture distal end radius

Background: Fracture of distal radius usually occurs as a result of high energy trauma in younger individual with good bone density and is associated with substantial articular and periarticula...


Original Article

Vitamin D status among patients with chronic low back pain attending a tertiary care hospital: A cross-sectional study

Introduction: Low lower back pain (LBP) is one of the maximum commonplace health troubles related to economic losses in the society. Chronic LBP (CLBP, pain for more than 3 months) is not an un...


Original Article

To elucidate the difference in diagnostic accuracy of radiological and histological modalities of bone tumors: A tertiary care experience

Introduction: The objective of this study was to retrospectively compare the difference in diagnostic accuracy of radiological and histological modalities of bone tumors. Materials and Metho...


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ISSN - Print:Print: 0971-7986, Online: 2772-8730

Journal of Bone and Joint Diseases, a publication of Uttar Pradesh Orthopedic Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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