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2ND POST SHARING SURGERY LINK DR. Dr. Raj, Dr.Bolognesi,
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OJOJ64; posted:
Dr. Raj, Dr.Bolognesi,
Would it be ok to post a link where those that are going to have, or have had hip or knee replacement can actually see a video on how it is done? My doctors surgery is available for anyone to view that would like to see how it is done.
Thanks, Jo-Anna
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_swank_ responded:
I don't think Dr. Raj makes the rules in WebMD so it's not really his decision. He also doesn't come in that often so it may be a while before he answers you.

At any rate, there are all kinds of videos out there that show actual surgery. All one has to do is do a Google search. Many doctors post videos of both real surgery and animated surgery.
 
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Andie_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Ojoj,

Sorry for the late reply. I had to check with Best Practices to see if posting a link such as yours would be allowable.

If the material is copyrighted it has to have been published online by your doctor or medical office for general use.

From our standpoint, if your doctor has made the video available online himself, then you can link to it from your post. Where it becomes sticky is if you've uploaded a copy of your doctor's video without his permission.

So, please be sure you of these things before posting. Other than that, I think viewing a taped surgery might be something members would like.

~Andie

 
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OJOJ64; replied to Andie_WebMD_Staff's response:
Sorry Andie.. meant to thank you for getting back to me in ,my post..I appreciate it, and yes I do have my doctors permission to share the site. In fact, he said that the more people knew about joint replacement the better it is all the way around and in their decision making about having it done. I have gotten so much good information not only from the forums, but from all the things on this site. Jo-Anna


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