Database Proof Substratum: Neurocognitive Impairment Linked to Worse Outcomes After Total Joint Replacement

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Research led by orthopedic surgeon James D. Slover, MD of NYU Langone Health, reveals that people with undiagnosed neurocognitive deficits are undergoing hip and knee replacements at high rates and are more likely to have poorer short-term outcomes after surgery.