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  1. Dr. Mario Zuccarello, Mayfield Brain & Spine reach settlement over non-compete dispute: 4 key points

    Dr. Mario Zuccarello, Mayfield Brain & Spine reach settlement over non-compete dispute: 4 key points By Laura Dyrda -
  2. 41 orthopedic devices receive FDA 510(k) clearance in March

    41 orthopedic devices receive FDA 510(k) clearance in March By Laura Dyrda -
  3. 6 things to know about full commercial launch of CoreLink's Foundation 3D Interbody Cage Systems

    Spinal implant systems manufacturer CoreLink fully launched its Foundation 3D Interbody Cage Systems for cervical and lumbar fusions. By Shayna Korol -

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  1. Spine surgeon Dr. Johnny Delashaw sues Seattle Times for 2017 report: 5 things to know

    Johnny B. Delashaw, MD, former Seattle-based Swedish Neuroscience Institute chair, is suing The Seattle Times for libel, according to TDN.com. By Megan Wood -
  2. Porter Adventist Hospital resumes surgeries after infection control breach: 4 insights

    Denver-based Porter Adventist Hospital will resume surgeries on a limited schedule April 12 after implementing changes recommended by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment following an orthopedic and spine surgery infection control breach. By Shayna Korol -
  3. Conventus Orthopaedics names Jonathan Isenburg CFO — 3 key notes

    Jonathan Isenburg will become CFO of Coventus, a medical device company focused on fracture repair surgery. By Angie Stewart -
  4. Healthcare's biggest changes over the next 10 years as spine surgeons see it

    Four spine surgeons discuss the key changes that they believe will take place within the next decade. By Anuja Vaidya -

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  1. Drs. Rick Wright, Matt Matava & Matt Smith operate on St. Louis Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko — 3 insights

    Rick Wright, MD, Matt Matava, MD, and Matt Smith, MD, performed reconstructive surgery on the left shoulder of St. Louis Blues leading scorer Vladimir Tarasenko. By Eric Oliver -
  2. Ulnar neuritis devastating ranks of youth baseball — 4 insights

    Physicians at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush in Chicago are treating more youth baseball players suffering from ulnar neuritis also known as cubital tunnel syndrome. By Eric Oliver -
  3. 100% of patients fused at 12-month follow up in Spineology clinical trial: 6 things to know

    John Chi, MD, presented 12-month outcomes data from Spineology's SCOUT clinical trial. By Megan Wood -
  4. 1st orthopedic surgeon comes to Bay Medical for patient visits: 3 insights

    Patients in Panama City, Fla., can now make appointments with an orthopedic surgeon for comprehensive conditions and treatments, according to My Pan Handle. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  1. Dr. Neal ElAttrache performs Tommy John surgery on A's top pitching prospect: 4 highlights

    Neal ElAttrache, MD, performed Tommy Johnson surgery on Los Angeles A's pitching prospect A.J. Puk, according to SF Gate. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  2. Augmedics, Johns Hopkins Hospital partner to study spine navigation system — 96.7% screw accuracy

    Augmedics and surgeons from Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Hospital and Israel teamed up to complete Augmedics' second cadaver study using the company's xvision-spine system. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  3. Orthopedics generates highest revenue per case in ASCs at $3.4k: 3 key statistics

    As reimbursement continues to fluctuate, ambulatory surgery centers continue to see a rise in orthopedic surgeries creating a steady stream of revenue for centers. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  4. 8 things for spine surgeons to know for Thursday — April 12, 2018

    Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for April 12, 2018. By Megan Wood -
  5. 5 key points on why outpatient spine surgery is here to stay from Dr. Kern Singh

    Kern Singh, MD, co-founder of the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute at Rush in Chicago, recently penned an article on the safety of outpatient spine surgery for Vertebral Columns, a publication of the International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery. By Laura Dyrda -
  6. Fujifilm makes MIS market debut with launch of 2 systems — 6 highlights

    Fujifilm's new Boston-based business launched two surgical visualization systems, marking the company's entrance into the U.S. minimally invasive surgery market. By Angie Stewart -
  7. Twin Cities Orthopedics opens new clinic beside Vikings HQ — 5 insights

    Golden Valley, Minn.-based Twin Cities Orthopedics opened the TCO Eagan (Minn.) – Viking Lakes orthopedic clinic April 11. By Angie Stewart -
  8. AAOS addresses use of biologics in orthopedic surgery — 5 major insights

    The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons collaborated with the National Institutes of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal, and Skin Diseases to hold a symposium Feb. 15 through Feb. 17 at Stanford (Calif.) University on optimizing the use of biologics in orthopedic surgery. By Shayna Korol -
  9. Drs. James Fitzgerald, Brian Mata join Great Lakes Physician Practice

    Jamestown, N.Y.-based Great Lakes Physician Practice welcomed orthopedic surgeons James Fitzgerald, MD, and Brian Mata, MD, according to the Observer Today. By Shayna Korol -

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