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Morteza Meftah, MD
Hip & Knee Reconstruction,
Orthopedic Surgery
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    Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Teaching Award
    July 2020
    ‘Orthopedics’ Best Clinical Artical Award 2015
    March/April 2016
    Eastern Orthopaedic Association Resident/Fellow Award
    October 2011
    Harley and Betty Baxter Resident / Fellow Award
    June 2010
    Locations and Appointments
    Preston Robert Tisch Center for Men's Health
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    555 Madison Ave, 3rd floor
    New York, NY 10022
    NYU Langone Madison Avenue Orthopedics
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    145 East 32nd St, 4th floor
    New York, NY 10016
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    As the director of the NYU Langone Center for Orthopedic Innovation, Dr. Meftah is heavily involved in global innovation, transferring creative ideas in the Musculoskeletal field into breakthrough solutions to improve and extend patients lives.
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    Director of the NYU Innovation Center
    Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at NYU Grossman School of Medicine
    Early Corrosion-Related Failure of the Rejuvenate Modular Total Hip Replacement
    The Rejuvenate modular-neck stem implant (Stryker Orthopaedics, Mahwah, New Jersey) was recently recalled due to corrosion at the femoral neck-stem junction. The purpose of this study was to investigate...
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    Correcting Fixed Varus Deformity with Flexion Contracture During Total Knee Arthroplasty: The “Inside-Out” Technique
    Traditional methods for correcting a severe varus and flexion deformity of the knee during total knee arthroplasty can often lead to excessive release of the medial collateral ligament, hematoma formation,...
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