orthopaedics

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orthopaedics

(US), orthopedics
1. the branch of surgery concerned with disorders of the spine and joints and the repair of deformities of these parts
2. dental orthopaedics another name for orthodontics
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The report also offers a few surprises such as the fact that six out of ten respondents think radiologists should provide 3D visualization with the reports and that seven out of ten respondents think the images sent to orthopaedists should be taken with a calibration marker.
CAOS goals are to educate practicing orthopaedic surgeons on these new, enabling technologies that have the potential to improve clinical practice and patient outcomes; identify new tools and technologies that will enhance patient care by making procedures more accurate as well as less and minimally invasive; and, most importantly, foster interdisciplinary clinical research through the use of technologies not traditionally used by orthopaedists.
They surveyed nearly 1,400 neurologist and orthopaedist offices in five states that have adopted Medicare RBRVS-based physician fee schedules for workers' compensation treatment, and in California.