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Jeffrey Neil Katz MD

Jeffrey Neil Katz MD

Jeffrey Neil Katz MDJeffrey Neil Katz MD

Dr. Katz is Professor of Rheumatology at Harvard Medical School and Co-Director of the Spine Clinic at Brigham & Women's Hospital

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(VIDEO) Another dictum from medical school gives way to medical research: Clicking, popping, and locking are not useful for diagnosis and prognosis of suspected meniscal tear in patients over 45. Harvard's Dr. Jeffrey Katz reveals signs that actually are informative in this age group.

(AUDIO) Orthopedic surgeon Jeffrey Katz describes a 7-center randomized study that tests the question of what to do when someone with knee arthritis tears a meniscus.

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