Arthroplasty Today is calling for “Arthroplasty in Patients with Rare Conditions” submissions. This section of the AAHKS open-access journal is used to highlight joint replacement in patients with a rare underlying condition – usually one percent or less of joint replacement patients. This type of case report is a narrative that describes the unusual treatment challenge of performing an arthroplasty because of the underlying condition. An example would be the report of a total hip replacement in a patient with deformity secondary to SCFE.

We invite you to use the journal to share your tips on the care of difficult arthroplasty conditions with your colleagues. All submitted manuscripts will be subject to the journal’s standard review process. Submit now.

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