January 2004 AAOS Report

Evaluate your knowledge-and be prepared with three self-assessment exams

Three new special interest self-assessment examinations are now available. The Hip and Knee assessment exam covers key factors in adult reconstruction of the hip and knee and helps you manage complications following total hip and total knee replacement. Review key basic science factors in adult reconstruction of the hip and knee. Learn all this and more with a self-assessment exam, developed by the Hip, Knee and Adult Reconstruction Evaluation Subcommittee, chaired by William J. Hozack, MD.

The Pediatric Orthopaedic exam will help you diagnose pediatric disorders, select treatment and conduct clinical decision-making. This well-illustrated exam covers common and uncommon conditions, including pediatric fractures and trauma, spinal deformity and scoliosis, acquired limb deformity and genetic musculoskeletal disorders. This exam will help you avoid misdiagnosis and mismanagement of uncommon conditions. The Pediatric Evaluation Subcommittee, chaired by Kent A. Reinker, MD, developed the exam.

The Sports Medicine exam will improve your grasp of sports-related injuries and conditions. Strengthen your interpretive skills to determine appropriate treatments. The Sports Medicine Evaluation Subcommittee, chaired by Scott D. Gillogly, MD, prepared the exam.
To order an exam ($80 per exam for AAOS members; $55 for residents) phone (800) 626-6726; fax your order to (800) 823-8025; or order online at www.aaos.org under "Educational Resources Catalog."


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