Goniometer Records: Most Successful Mobile App from Orthopaedic Research Group

Click Here to Visit Page on Instructions on How to Use the App [Demo Video Included]

Click Here to Download Android Version

Click Here to Download iPhone Version

 


KNEE   REGISTRY

World’s First Mobile Knee Registry!!

The First Mobile Application from Indian Orthopaedic Research Group

Click Here for Details and Free Limited Edition Download

 

Free download offer for limited period (First 1000 downloads only)


 

Asian Journal of Arthroplasty & Arthroscopy

AAA Cover

The Team of Asian Journal of Arthroplasty is Proud to present the First Announcement of the Asian Journal of Arthroplasty & Arthroscopy (AAA).


 

 Journal of Orthopaedic Complications

This is a new Journal from IORG which will focus on complications and complicated cases.

JOC cover

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IORG Online Surveys

Orthopaedic Journals: Need to Change?

Dear IORG Members,

We thank all members for your continued support and participation in developing IORG into what it is now. This has encouraged us to strive to further improve our services to you and to meet our principle goal of promoting quality research. However, we would like to do much better and in this direction want to conduct an online survey for all IORG members. The idea is to help you members to co-create and co-design our various services especially our flagship journals so as to improve their scientific content and make them more reader friendly. We request you spend a few minutes and complete this survey and help us give our best.

IORG Team

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The Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG) is dedicated to promoting evidence based clinical orthopaedic research in India. IORG advocates for garnering more resources for research, and increasing awareness in the Indian orthopaedic community of the impact of orthopaedic research. The specialty of Orthopaedic Surgery has developed in the recent past in leaps and bounds because of new challenges and avenues opened by active research. India in particular and Indian sub-continent as a whole has lagged behind in this field of basic and evidence based clinical orthopaedic research. IORG is a humble atempt to further the cause and promote orthopaedic research inour country.

Indian Orthopaedic Research Group is registered organisation with Govt of India.  IORG currently runs on financial support by its members and from Donations and Sponsorships. Our services like ALFA, ASAP, CAP, REQA are all available free of charge to all IORG members. Support provided by the members is used to maintain the infrastructure, website and also to develop new services and resources. In due course with further development and expansion of IORG we should be able to provide better service and to hold conferences and workshops to promote Orthopaedic Academic Research in India.

Indian Orthopaedic Research Group is first of its kind organisation that is purely initiated, developed and expanded by independent Orthopaedic surgeons with a common passion for Indian Orthopaedics and an intense wish to increase quantity and quality of Publications from country. What started as few sprinkles has now grown into a stream and eventually with help of our well wishers IORG will grow into a huge force.

As respect to all individuals. seniors and colleagues, who have supported us by there words, deeds and encouragements, we solemnly pledge to do our best to achieve the common goal of elevating further that stature of Indian Orthopaedics on the stage of World Orthopaedic Literature.

IORG Core Committee


 


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Access Links to Free Article (ALFA)

Dear Colleagues,

Access Links to Free Articles (ALFA) is another Unique service Offered by Indian Orthopaedic Research Group. A list of free article is generated related to particular topic from Pubmed. All the articles in the list are available full text and are absolutely free. These are provided through the open access policy of the Publisher of the Journals.
A customized list will be provided to the IORG members on request.

Further details of ALFA is available below in FAQ format

What is ALFA (Access Links to Free Articles)?

A. This is a service provided by Indian Orthopaedic Research group where a list of free full text articles from pubmed is provided on a particular topic.

Who can access ALFA?

All IORG members can access ALFA. IORG members can also request for new topics on which they require the list, links to which will be provided online

This service is available  for all members and its free of charge.

For more Information CLICK HERE


 

Random Exam Questions & Answers

Random Exam Questions-Answers (REQA) is compiled by interviewing a lot of Students who have attempted Practical Exams of MS, DNB or DOrth. Senior Examiners and Consultants have also contributed to REQA Bank. We thank all these contributors and also invite other who wish to include their exam questions in this section. The contributors name will be put up in a bracket at the end of the question as shown below. Members who wish to submit a question can send us the question by email to indian.ort[email protected]

What is the differential of Bubbly lesion in a bone on radiograph?

The classic mnemonic “fog machines” makes it easy to remember this difficult and long list.

Fibrous dysplasia,
Osteoblastoma,
Giant cell tumor,
Enchondroma,
Myeloma,
Metastases,
Eosinophilic granuloma,
Chondroblastoma,
Hyperparathyroidism (brown tumor),
Aneursymal bone cyst,
Nonossifying fibroma,
Infection,
Chondromyxoid fibroma,
Simple bone cyst

The entities in the  list account for more than 95% of the conditions that produce bubbly lesions of bone  (-Dr Surendra Patil)

For Further details of this service CLICK HERE 

 

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