LAS VEGAS — In this video from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Michael Brandon Gottschalk, MD, FAAOS, discussed the use of dynamic digital radiography to assess upper extremity injuries.
“For us, this is a novel use. Now when you look at patients, you can do this preoperatively as well as within the clinic, and you can see their motion and you diagnose them quickly,” Gottschalk said. “Prior to [dynamic digital radiography]It was not possible to determine adhesive capsulitis by using a standard. Our hope is [that] Use this