In a systematic review in the August issue of Arthroscopy, the authors looked to identify the 50 most influential studies in knee arthroscopy. Dr. Noyes and his team made the list twice, ranking at 27 and 33 with 184 and 175 citations respectively:
Rubman MH, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD. Arthroscopic repair of meniscal tears that extend into the avascular zone. Am J Sports Med 1998;26:87-95.
Noyes FR, Mangine RE, Barber S. Early knee motion after open and arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 1987;15:149-160.
In 2014, Dr. Noyes was also recognized in The Hundred Most Cited Publications in Orthopaedic Knee Research from the Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery with six of his publications ranking from 14th to 61st most cited. Congratulation to Dr. Noyes and his research team once again for being recognized for their contribution to orthopaedic knee research.