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Current Issue

July-September 2019| Vol 3| Issue 3

Editorial

Research education: Is it an option or necessity?

Our goals as physicians are to prevent diseases, treat health problems, reduce suffering, and improve patients' quality of life. Some patients undergoing surgery or any other form of intervention ...


Review Article

Dystrophin-associated muscular dystrophies: Learning from genetics to guide therapeutics

Dystrophin-associated muscular dystrophies represent an X-linked group of disorders, with spectrum of clinical phenotypes caused by mutations in the Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) gene. Based on th...


Review Article

Genetics of developmental dysplasia of the hip: Recent progress and future perspectives

Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is the most common congenital orthopedic disorder in infants. DDH is a heterogeneous disorder, and the exact pathophysiology is incompletely understood; howeve...


Original Article

Can we use creatine kinase muscle type as a potential marker for muscle viability in mangled extremities? A preliminary evaluation of its applicability and a literature review

Objectives: Increased expression of serum creatine kinase muscle type (CK-MM) in muscle overuse or injury has been documented in many situations. However, the expression of CK-MM and its correl...


Original Article

Non-technical training in orthopedic surgery: An unrecognized need

Objectives: Surgical safety has become a raising concern over the past few decades. Many studies have shown that it is correlated to nontechnical performance rather than clinical expertise, and...


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Journal of Musculoskeletal Surgery and Research

Journal of Musculoskeletal Surgery and Research, a publication of Saudi Orthopaedic Association, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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