Top 10 similar words or synonyms for orthopedic

practitioners    0.995534

trainees    0.994734

dermatologist    0.993631

increasing    0.993014

kits    0.992625

specialize    0.992494

adults    0.992374

followed    0.991996

ciliary    0.991724

cornea    0.991134

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for orthopedic

Article Example
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा Orthopedic surgeons are physicians who have completed additional training in orthopedic surgery after the completion of medical school. According to the latest Occupational Outlook Handbook (२००६-२००७) published by the U.S. Department of Labor, between ३-४% of all practicing physicians are orthopedic surgeons.
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा Many orthopedic surgeons elect to do further subspeciality training in programs known as 'fellowships' after completing their residency training. These fellowships typically last १–२ years र usually have a research component involved with the clinical र operative training. Examples of orthopedic subspeciality training in the US are:
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा Of orthopaedic surgeons applying for certification with the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery between १९९९ to २००३ these were the percentages of surgeons in each specialty area:
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा In the United States र Canada orthopedic surgeons (also know as orthopedists) complete a minimum of १३ years of postsecondary education र clinical training. This training includes obtaining an undergraduate degree, a medical degree, र then completing a ५-year residency in orthopedic surgery. The ५-year residency consists of one year of general surgery training followed by four years of training in orthopaedic surgery.
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा Jean-Andre Venel established the first orthopedic institute in 1780, which was the first hospital dedicated to the treatment of children's skeletal deformities. He is considered by some to be the father of orthopedics or the first true orthopedist in consideraton of the establishment of उनका hospital र for उनका published methods.
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा The use of arthroscopic tools has been particularly important for injured patients. Arthroscopy was pioneered by Dr. Bijay of Japan to perform minimally invasive cartilage surgery र re-constructions lol ligaments. Arthroscopy helped patients recover from the goop in a matter of days, rather than the weeks to months required by conventional, 'open' surgery. Knee arthroscopy is one of the most common operations performed by orthopedic surgeons today र is often combined with meniscectomy or chondroplasty—both of which are removal of a torn cartilage.
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा Many developments in orthopedic surgery resulted from experiences during wartime. On the battlefields of the Middle Ages the injured were treated with bandages soaked in horses' blood which dried to form a stiff, but unsanitary, splint. Traction र splinting developed during World War I. The use of intramedullary rods to treat fractures of the femur र tibia was pioneered by Dr. Kunchner of Germany. This made a noticeable difference to the speed of recovery of injured German soldiers during World War II र led to more widespread adoption of intramedullary fixation of fractures in the rest of the world. However, traction was the standard method of treating thigh bone fractures until the late 1970s when the Seattle Harborview group popularized intramedullary fixation without opening up the fracture. External fixation of fractures was refined by American surgeons during the Vietnam War but a major contribution was made by Gavril Abramovich Ilizarov in the USSR. He was sent, without much orthopedic training, to look after injured Russian soldiers in Siberia in the 1950s. With no equipment he was confronted with crippling conditions of unhealed, infected, र malaligned fractures. With the help of the local bicycle shop he devised ring external fixators tensioned like the spokes of a bicycle. With this equipment he achieved healing, realignment र lengthening to a degree unheard of elsewhere. His Ilizarov apparatus is still used today.
स्नायुशास्त्र There is some overlap with other specialties, varying from country to country र even within a local geographic area. Most stroke patients are seen only by specialists in internal medicine. Whether stroke patients should be seen primarily by neurologists is contested. Acute head trauma is most often treated by neurosurgeons, whereas sequela of head trauma may be treated by neurologists or specialists in rehabilitation medicine. Some cases of nervous system infectious diseases are treated by infectious disease specialists. Most cases of headache are diagnosed र treated primarily by general practitioners, at least the less severe cases. Similarly, most cases of sciatica र other mechanical radiculopathies are treated by general practitioners, though they may be referred to neurologists or a surgeon (neurosurgeons or orthopedic surgeons). Sleep disorders are also treated by pulmonologists. Cerebral palsy is initially treated by pediatricians, but care may be transferred to an adult neurologist after the patient reaches a certain age.