The Premier Resource for Orthopaedic Learning

Frederick M. Azar, MD

Think about it. In a typical day, we seek orthopaedic information either because we “need” it or because we “want” it. We “need” information for a patient with a complicated diagnosis in clinic, for the next patient in surgery, for the Orthopaedic In-Training Exam, for our Boards, or for Maintenance of Certification. We “want” information for lifelong learning, which is a fundamental tenant of our profession.

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