To be determined.
To introduce the student to the study of the musculoskeletal system and its diseases. Acute and chronic orthopaedic management, all phases, with emphasis on fracture care. Weekly conference in Pathology, Radiology, Structural and Cellular Biology and Pediatric Orthopaedics are held.
To be prepared by the student in conjunction with the Course Director and approved by the Vice Dean before course can be added to schedule. This course is designed to offer students and faculty/clinical faculty an opportunity to develop electives which are not offered in the Elective Manual. Such an elective may be made permanent and printed in the next edition of the Elective Manual at the request of the Course Director and with the approval of the Curriculum Committee. At the discretion of the Vice Dean, this elective may count as the required "in-house" elective.
This is a 4-week orthopaedic surgery rotation during which the senior student will serve as a PGY1 orthopaedic surgery resident. The student will function side-by-side with orthopaedic surgery residents and assume similar responsibilities under the supervision of senior orthopaedic surgery resident and attending physician. Senior students will be assigned to spend one week on any of four subspecialty rotations they choose.
Acute and chronic orthopaedic management, all phases, with emphasis on fracture care. Weekly conferences in Pathology, Radiology, Structural and Cellular Biology and Pediatric Orthopaedics are held.