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The Reliability of 3-T Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Identify Arthroscopic Features of Meniscal Tears and Its Utility to Predict Meniscal Tear Reparability. The purpose of the study was to determine if the higher resolution offered by 3-T MRI improves the accuracy of predicting reparability compared with previous investigations using 1.5-T MRI. Authors: Jason C Strawbridge, Grant G Schroeder, Ignacio Garcia-Mansilla, Amit Singla, Benjamin D Levine, Kambiz Motamedi, Kristofer J Jones, Thomas J Kremen Jr
Current Perceptions of Diversity Among Head Team Physicians and Head Athletic Trainers: Results Across US Professional Sports Leagues. Discrepancies in race, ethnicity, and sex among health care providers and their patients have been shown to affect the patient-provider relationship as well as the quality of care. Currently, minority and female representation among orthopaedic surgeons remains low. Given the large proportion of minority athletes and their degree of public visibility, professional sports serve as an important arena within which to analyze the diversity of health care providers. Authors: Anthony J Wiggins , Obiajulu Agha , Agustin Diaz , Kristofer J Jones, Brian T Feeley , Nirav K Pandya.