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Evidence-based beliefs increase as students progress through their course
We speak to Professor Ian Harris in the wake of new Choosing Wisely recommendations.
First placebo-controlled trial suggests negligible difference in pain relief.
MBS Review found 'high levels of inappropriate requests'.
'Short-term relief but at a cost.'
A sixfold increase in a decade.
It seems to be working in Queensland
They would use robots if it reduced the risks
Australia has an exceptionally high rate of ACL reconstruction at 52 per 100,000 population.
Orthopaedic surgeons say they won’t book elective surgery for patients on potent analgesics such as oxycodone until...
This update highlights the importance of differences between paediatric and adult anatomy.
Recently published research raises questions about the metal-on-metal implant.
They're often painful and uncomfortable, and are common presentations in general practice.
Is there objective data? Dr Michael Tam investigates.
They remain ignorant of their increased risk, physiotherapists say.
Results from a new study suggest the need for a national strategy to raise awareness among Australian GPs.
Mounting evidence against knee arthroscopy should not be ignored, researchers say.
Dr Tony Marshall finds a use for them as makeshift tubular bandages.
This update discusses conditions that occur more commonly in teenagers.
The Sport Report: It is important to determine anatomical location before planning treatment.
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