New title as of 2009 (Volume 23): Orthopaedics and Trauma
Current Orthopaedicsis now called Orthopaedics and Trauma, please click on the link above for up to date details. Current Orthopaedics presents a unique collection of International review articles summarizing the current state of knowledge and research in orthopaedics. Each issue focuses on a specific topic, discussed in depth in a mini-symposium; other articles cover the areas of basic science, medicine, children/adults, trauma, imaging and historical review. There is also an annotation, self-assessment questions and a 'second opinion' section. In this way the entire postgraduate syllabus will be covered in a 4-year cycle.