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Orthopaedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgery or orthopedics (sometimes spelled orthopaedic surgery and orthopaedics) is the branch of surgery concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic surgeons use both surgical and nonsurgical means to treat musculoskeletal trauma, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, infections, tumors, and congenital disorders.
Hand surgery is the field of medicine that deals with problems of the hand, wrist, and forearm. Hand surgeons care for these problems with and without surgery. They are specially trained to operate when necessary. Many hand surgeons are also experts in diagnosing and caring for shoulder and elbow problems.

Hand Surgery.

Our hands serve many purposes. Hands help us eat, dress, write, earn a living, create art, and do many other activities. To function, our hands require sensation and movement in the joints, tendons and muscles. . When a problem takes place in the hand, care must be given to all the different types of tissues that make function of the hand possible.When a problem takes place in the hand, care must be given to all the different types of tissues that make function of the hand possible.

Trauma Reconstruction with different flaps.

Fellowships in urologic trauma and reconstruction emphasize management of acute injuries as well as surgical reconstruction of complex anatomic problems which may or may not be injury-related. While typical acute surgical cases include cystorrhaphies, renorrhaphies, nephrectomies, ureteral repairs, pus surgery, there is also a large amount of non-urgent reconstruction such as urethroplasties, fistula repairs, peyronies surgery, urethral sphincters, and penile prostheses. .

Microsurgical reconstruction/ operation such as Brachial Plexus surgery, Peripheral nerve surgery, Tendon surgery.

General urologic cases such as stone surgery and some cancer surgery may comprise a portion of the surgical load as well. These fellowships are at major trauma centers where there is a tremendous amount of ER volume. There is often an emphasis on the multidisciplinary/team approach to trauma management, typically including general surgery, orthopedics, plastic surgery, intensivists, etc. . . Additionally, there may be a significant general urology component with an under-served patient base and there may be some training in spinal cord injury patient care. The design of these fellowships is the apprentice model: i.e. McAninch, Santucci, Wessells, Jordan. Fellows are likely to have a large amount of responsibility in patient management and resident education.

Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery.

There is often an emphasis on the multidisciplinary/team approach to trauma management, typically including general surgery, orthopedics, plastic surgery, intensivists, etc. . . Additionally, there may be a significant general urology component with an under-served patient base and there may be some training in spinal cord injury patient care. The design of these fellowships is the apprentice model: i.e. McAninch, Santucci, Wessells, Jordan. Fellows are likely to have a large amount of responsibility in patient management and resident education.

Joint Replacement surgery.

Fellowships in urologic trauma and reconstruction emphasize management of acute injuries as well as surgical reconstruction of complex anatomic problems which may or may not be injury-related. While typical acute surgical cases include cystorrhaphies, renorrhaphies, nephrectomies, ureteral repairs, pus surgery, there is also a large amount of non-urgent reconstruction such as urethroplasties, fistula repairs, peyronies surgery, urethral sphincters, and penile prostheses. General urologic cases such as stone surgery and some cancer surgery may comprise a portion of the surgical load as well. These fellowships are at major trauma centers where there is a tremendous amount of ER volume. There is often an emphasis on the multidisciplinary/team approach to trauma management, typically including general surgery, orthopedics, plastic surgery, intensivists, etc. . . Additionally, there may be a significant general urology component with an under-served patient base and there may be some training in spinal cord injury patient care. The design of these fellowships is the apprentice model: i.e. McAninch, Santucci, Wessells, Jordan. Fellows are likely to have a large amount of responsibility in patient management and resident education.