Pediatric Orthopaedics

Latest in Pediatric Orthopaedics

Child having spine checked for scoliosis

Evidence for Earlier Timing in Scoliosis Intervention

New study compares outcomes from adolescent and adult surgeries.
Toddler being buckled into car seat

Spine Score Predictive of Intra-abdominal Injuries

New study enables clinicians to connect severity of pediatric thoracolumbar spine injury with internal damage using TLICS scores.

Novel Target for Rhabdomyosarcoma Found

Study provides mechanistic insight into the function of a critical oncogene in an aggressive pediatric tumor.

Data Backs ‘Non-accidental’ Referral for Fractures in Infants

New data suggests which suspicious elbow-fracture cases should be investigated.

Advanced Techniques Give Children with Scoliosis More Room to Grow

Mastery of newer procedures helps surgeons minimize fusion in complex early-onset scoliosis.

Pediatric Bone and Joint Repairs Take a Growth-Sensitive Approach

Practice evolves in treatment of sports injuries, now rising again as the pandemic wanes.

Discordant Findings Emerge Across Sarcoma Registry Studies

Investigators advise caution when interpreting studies from large sarcoma databases.

On-site Outpatient Pharmacy Offers Prescription for Easier Discharge

Pilot program for expanding pharmacy hours increases prescription accuracy and patient compliance.

Study Examines Outcomes for Pediatric Non-Complex Elbow Fracture

Pediatric and adult surgeons repair supracondylar humerus fracture with similar results.