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  • New Study Suggests Osteochondral Autograft Transplantation is Superior to Microfracture Treatment for Talar Osteochondral Lesions

    A talar osteochondral lesion (OLT) can develop after ankle sprains or ankle trauma. An OLT is an injury to the cartilage and underlying bone of the talus within the joint, where it begins to soften and break off as a result of not healing properly.

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  • 10 things to know about Hospital for Special Surgery for 2020

    1. Founded in 1863, HSS is the oldest orthopedic hospital in the U.S. and performs more than 32,000 surgeries annually, according to its website. The hospital features more than 150 physicians in its department of orthopedics and has 17 orthopedic locations across New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Colorado and Florida.

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  • 7 big moves for Hospital for Special Surgery in 2019

    In October, the hospital appointed Harvinder Sandhu, MD, and Andrew Sama, MD, as the new co-chiefs of HSS Spine. The pair succeed Frank Schwab, MD, who will transitioned to a chief emeritus role and continue to practice at the hospital

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  • A Steady Hand

    Greenwich Magazine featured photos from the 36th Tribute Dinner which raised nearly $4.3 million for education, research and patient care. The Gala honored Steve Tisch and Jonathan T. Deland, MD, chief emeritus, Foot & Ankle Service at HSS.

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  • 30 of the most notable orthopedic surgeon achievements in 2019

    Becker’s Spine Review features 30 of the most notable orthopedic achievements in 2019, including the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement award to Jonathan T. Deland, MD, sports medicine surgeon at HSS, and Jack Davis, MSN, RN, ONC, manager of Patient Education and Research at HSS, being named the president of the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses (NAON).

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