Boyd W. Haynes III, MD In this article, I’m going to put on my chef’s hat and take you inside the kitchen for a brief cooking lesson. No, I’m not giving up my day job as an Orthopaedic surgeon, but I want to use a culinary illustration to describe a process that occurs in the… Read more »
Category: Joint Aspiration
Bursa Aspiration and Analysis – Why was this Ordered for Me?
Robert J. Snyder, MD Did you know that there are more than 150 bursae in the human body? Almost every joint has at least one of these slippery, cushiony, synovial fluid-filled sacs that provide padding, reduce friction and add lubrication between the points of bones, muscles and tendons near the joints. These little marvels usually… Read more »