HSS Journal®, The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery, was founded in 2005. It contains original, peer-reviewed research and review articles on the spectrum of musculoskeletal diseases and conditions, as well as their diagnosis and treatment. The journal welcomes submissions from around the world in orthopaedics, musculoskeletal anesthesia, peri-operative medicine, basic science of bone and mineral musculoskeletal medicine, radiology, imaging, musculoskeletal pathology, rheumatology, musculoskeletal medicine, neurology, physiatry and rehabilitation. The goal of the Journal is to present articles describing cutting edge research, clinical pathways, treatment, and state-of-the-art techniques that educate the orthopaedic and musculoskeletal communities.
The Quality of Open-Access Video-Based Orthopaedic Instructional Content for the Shoulder Physical Exam is Inconsistent
Ekaterina Urch, Samuel A. Taylor, Elizabeth Cody, Peter D. Fabricant, Jayme C. Burket, Stephen J. O’Brien, David M. Dines, Joshua S. Dines
Philip D. Wilson, Jr., MD: A Life Fulfilled
Charles N. Cornell
A Potential Crack in our Experience with Bisphosphonate Therapy
Charles N. Cornell
Bisphosphonate Treatment in Osteoporosis: Optimal Duration of Therapy and the Incorporation of a Drug Holiday
Jordan C. Villa, Arianna Gianakos, Joseph M. Lane
The Efficacy of Bisphosphonates with Core Decompression and Mesenchymal Stem Cells Compared with Bisphosphonates Alone in the Treatment of Osteonecrosis of the Hip: a Retrospective Study
Arianna L. Gianakos, Joaquin Moya-Angeler, Shivi Duggal, Lester Zambrana, Kara G. Fields, Douglas N. Mintz, Charles N. Cornell, Joseph M. Lane
Well-written manuscripts are more likely to be accepted, become published articles, and be read and cited by peers. This course provides techniques for clear and efficient communication of ideas in manuscripts prepared for submission to scientific and medical journals.
A free article-based CME activity is now available from HSS Journal:
Low Vitamin D Levels in Children with Fractures: A Comparative Cohort Study.