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Thursday 17th October

Parallel Seminars & Plenary Sessions

08:00 - 10:00S1 - Dysplasia
Room: Hidalgo
Co-Chairs:
Richard Santore
Ru-Yu Pan
08.00 - 08.04Introduction
08.04 - 08.11ICLS1.1What do we really know about natural history and prognosis after surgery?Klaus Siebenrock
08.13 - 08.20ICLS1.2Can we treat mild and moderate dysplasia by muscle strengthening?Inger Mechlenburg
08.22 - 08.29 ICLS1.3Role of arthroscopy, alone or in combination with reorientationJit Balakumar
08.31 - 08.38ICLS1.4Reorientation surgery: How to do it now, and how could we make it betterOmer Mei-Dan
08.38 - 09.02ICL Paper Discussion
09.02 - 09.09FPS1.5Ottawa Classification for Symptomatic Acetabular Dysplasia:
Assessment of Interobserver and Intra-observer Reliability
Kamal Bali
09.11 -09.18FPS1.6Characterising the Acetabular Articular Cartilage/Cotyloid Fossa
Ratio in the Young Adult Hip: Differentiating between
Dysplasia and Impingement.
Pablo Slullitel
09.20 - 09.27FPS1.7What is the pelvic tilt in acetabular dysplasia, and does it change following peri-acetabular osteotomy?Mark Roussot
09.29 - 09.36FPS1.8Midterm Outcomes of Concurrent Hip Arthroscopy and Periacetabular
Osteotomy for the Treatment of Hip Dysplasia with
Associated Intra-Articular Pathology
John Clohisy
09.36 - 10.00FP Discussion and Wrap Up
08:00 - 10:00S2 - Inguinal and adductor-related groin pain
Room: Castilla
Co-Chairs:
Per Holmich
Chuck Cackic
08.00 - 08.04 Introduction
08.04 - 08.11ICLS2.1Making a diagnosis, and distinguishing from other causes of groin painSrino Bharam
08.13 - 08.20ICLS2.2Anatomy of a complex areaErnest Schilders
08.22 - 08.29ICLS2.3Is it linked to hip pathology? The limited ROM hypothesisStruan Coleman
08.31 - 08.38ICLS2.3Core muscle injuryWilliam Meyers
08.40 - 08.47ICLS2.5Minimal RepairUlrike Muschaweck
08.47 - 09.11ICL Paper Discussion
09.11 - 09.18FPS2.6The Cleft Sign of The Pubis Is Associated with Soccer Activity and Anterior Acetabular Over Coverage: A Cohort StudyHajime Utsunomiya
09.20 - 09.27FPS2.7Outcomes of reconstruction for acute avulsions of pyramidalis-anterior
pubic ligament-adductor longus complex (PLAC) in athletes
Alexandra Dimitrakopoulou
09.29 - 09.36FPS2.8Radiographic prevalence of symphysis pubis abnormalities and clinical
outcomes in patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome
Jonathan Rasio
09.36 - 10.00FP Discussion and Wrap Up
08.00 - 10.00S3 - Femoral Torsion
Room: Doblon
Co-Chairs:
Parminder Singh
Fredric Laude
08.00 - 08.04Introduction
08.04 - 08.11ICLS3.1Why is torsion important? How much does it contribute to FAI syndrome?Philip Noble
08.13 - 08.20ICLS3.2How can we measure torsion? Does the level matter?Martin Beck
08.22 - 08.29ICLS3.3When does arthroscopic treatment make sense (in combination or alone)?Richard Field
08.31 - 08.38ICLS3.4Pros and cons of different osteotomy techniquesCarlomango Cardenas
08.38 - 09.02ICL Paper Discussion
09.02 - 09.09FPS3.5Decreased femoral version is an independent cause of anterior intra- and
extraarticular sub spine FAI- 3D CT Impingement simulation study
Till Lerch
09.11 - 09.18FPS3.6Femoral Retroversion Does not Portend Inferior Mid-Term Outcomes
After Hip Arthroscopy: A Pair-Matched Controlled Cohort Analysis
Ajay Lall
09.20 - 09.27FPS3.7The Bipolar Hip: Combined Acetabular and Femoral
Pathomorphology Determine Hip Motion
Travis Maak
09.29 - 09.36FPS3.8Femoral Versus Acetabular Osteotomy for Treating Combined Version
Deformities Leading to Femoroacetabular Impingement
Paul Haggis
09.36 - 10.00FP Discussion and Wrap Up
08.00 - 10.00S4 - Lateral Hip Pain.
Hosted by the European Society of Sports, Traumatology and Knee Surgery (ESSKA)
Room: Auditorium
Co-Chairs:
Bent Lund
Vikas Khanduja
08.00 - 08.04Introduction
08.04 - 08.11ICLS4.1Conservative treatment for peritrochanteric space disordersAthanasios Papavasiliou
08.13 - 08.20ICLS4.2Biologic treatmentsAli Bajwa
08.22 - 08.29ICLS4.3Arthroscopic repair of Abductor TearsDror Lindner
08.31 - 08.38ICLS4.4Open Gluteal Tendon repair and reconstructionOlufemi Ayeni
08.38 - 09.02ICL Paper Discussion
09.02 - 09.09FPS4.5Arthroscopic Partial Release of the Gluteus Maximus Tendon
for External Snapping Hip Syndrome. Functional Outcome
and Strength Evaluation at Mid-Term Follow Up.
Benjamin Domb
09.11 - 09.18FPS4.6Leucocyte-rich Platelet-rich Plasma (LR-PRP) treatment of gluteal
tendinopathy : A double blind Randomised Controlled Trial with
2 year follow up.
John O'Donnell
09.20 - 09.27FPS4.7Abductor Cuff Tears Repair: twelve years’ experience with a minimal
invasive technique and midterm results
Manel Fernadez Ribas
09.29 - 09.36FPS4.8Endoscopic Abductor Tendon Repair with Two-Year Follow up:
Influence of Tear Type and Tendon Involvement
JW Thomas Byrd
09.36 - 10.00FP Discussion and Wrap Up
10.00 - 10.30Refreshment Break - Trade Exhibition and E-Posters
10.30 - 12.30PL1Opening Ceremony
10.30 - 10.40Welcome to ISHA 2019Marc Philippon
10.40 - 10.50Welcome to MadridLuis Pérez Carro
Oliver Marín- Peña
10.50 - 11.10This year's theme is 'The Hip Preservation Team'Damian Griffin
11.10 - 11.50Registries Chair: Damian Griffin
11.10 - 11.20PL1.1The UK RegistryVikas Khanduja
11.20 - 11.30PL1.2The Danish RegistryBent Lund
11.30 - 11.40 PL1.3The German Cartilage RegistryStefan Fickert
11.40 - 11.50Questions
11.50 - 12.30Hip preservation around the world Chair: Damian Griffin
11.50 - 12.00PL1.4International variation in hip preservationJohn Christoforetti
12.00 - 12.20PL1.5Keynote: The contribution of the Spanish-speaking world to hip preservationVictor Illizaturri
12.20 - 12.30Questions
12.30 - 14.00Lunch Break - Trade Exhibition and E-Posters
12.45 - 13.35/13.55Industry Sponsored Lunchtime Workshops x 3
14.00 - 15.00PL2Evidence in FAI syndromeChair: Martin Beck
14.00 - 14.04IntroductionMartin Beck
14.04 - 14.11PL2.1Natural history of FAI syndrome Moritz Tannast
14.11 - 14.18PL2.2US Army RCT of surgery vs. physiotherapyBrendan Higgins
14.18 - 14.25PL2.3UK FASHIoN RCT of surgery vs. physiotherapyDamian Griffin
14.25 - 14.32PL2.4OZ FASHIoN RCT of surgery vs. physiotherapyParminder Singh
14.32 - 14.39PL2.5FAIT RCT of surgery vs. physiotherapyTony Andrade
14.39 - 14.46PL2.6FIRST RCT of surgery vs. physiotherapy v's lavageOlufemi Ayeni
14.46 - 14.53PL2.7HIPARTI RCT of hip arthroscopy vs. sham surgeryKristian Marstrand Warholm
14.53 - 15.00PL2.8Studies of Physiotherapy in FAI syndromeRobRoy Martin
15.00 - 16.00DB1Debate 1: Should we treat patients with FAI syndrome with
arthroscopy or physiotherapy
Chair: Richard Mather
15.00 - 15.05IntroductionRichard Mather
15.05 - 15.10Arthroscopic surgeryJW Thomas Byrd
15.10 - 15.15PhysiotherapyJoanne Kemp
15.15 - 15.20Arthroscopic surgeryMat Brick
15.20 - 15.25PhysiotherapyJames Moore
15.25- 15.45Cross Examination
15.45 - 15.55Summing Up (4 mins for and 4 mins against)
15.55 - 16.00Voting and Wrap Up
16.00 - 16.30Refreshment Break - Trade Exhibition and E-Posters
16.30 - 18.30S5Hip Instability
Room: Castilla
Co-Chairs:
Stephen Aoki
Dominic Carriera
16.30 -16.04Introduction
16.34 - 16.41ICLS5.1Traumatic instability: management of subluxation and dislocation in sportDean Matsuda
16.43 - 16.50ICLS5.2Micro-instability: how can we define thisMarc Safran
16.52 - 16.59ICLS5.3How do physiotherapists assess instability of a hip, and
how do we treat it?
Keelan Enseki
17.01 - 17.08ICLS5.4Arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery for instabilityJason Brockwell
17.08 - 17.32ICL Paper Discussion
17.32 - 17.39FPS5.5Borderline Acetabular Dysplasia: Evaluating Preoperative Low-Dose
Computed Tomography Characteristics as a Predictor of
Symptomatic Instability
Jeffrey Nepple
17.41 - 17.48FPS5.6The Pull Test. A Dynamic Test to Confirm Hip MicroinstabilityKostas Economopoulos
17.50 - 17.57FPS5.7The femoro-epiphyseal acetabular roof (FEAR) index is a predictor
of worse outcome of hip arthroscopy in female patients
at two to four-year follow-up.
Jennifer Marland
17.59 - 18.06FPS5.8Arthroscopic iliofemoral ligament augmentation to treat
micro instability: between the capsular plicature and the PAO
in borderline dysplasia.
Nicolas Fiz
18.06 - 18.30FP Discussion and Wrap Up
16.30 -18.30S6Posterior hip pain
Auditorium
Co-Chairs:
Hal Martin
Christoph Gebhart
16.30 - 16.34Introduction
16.34 - 16.41ICLS6.1Assessment and diagnosis for posterior hip painEyal Amar
16.43 - 16.50ICLS6.2Endoscopic deep gluteal space exploration; technique and resultsLuis Pérez Carro
16.52 - 16.59ICLS6.3Ischiofemoral impingementJovan Laskovski
17.01 - 17.08ICLS6.4Endoscopic hamstring repairCarlos Guanche
17.08 - 17.32ICL Paper Discussion
17.32 - 17.39FPS6.5Anatomical Description of a Sciatic Ancillary Branch to the
Gluteus Maximus Muscle.
Andrés Campos Méndez
17.41 - 17.48FPS6.6Paradoxical function of Psoas muscle: The hidden root
of pain in pelvis?
Aleksandar Vojvodic
17.50 - 17.57FPS6.7Surgical outcomes of a novel surgical technique- arthroscopic
proximal hamstring repair
Amanda Fletcher
17.59 - 18.06FPS6.8Prevalence and Preoperative Risk Factors for Postoperative
Deep Gluteal Syndrome After Hip Arthroscopic Labral
Preservation Surgery
Soshi Uchida
18.06 - 18.30FP Discussion and Wrap Up
16.30 -18.30S7The Capsule
Hidalgo
Co-Chairs:
Victor Illizaturri
Claudio Mella
16.30 - 16.34Introduction
16.34 - 16.41ICLS7.1Developing ideas on anatomy and functionBrian Giordano
16.43 - 16.50ICLS7.2Approaches to capsulotomyDerek Ochiai
16.52 - 16.59ICLS7.2Techniques for capsular repair: when and how?Shane Nho
17.01 - 17.08ICLS7.4When do we need capsular shift or reconstruction? Does it work?Mat Brick
17.08 - 17.32ICL Paper Discussion
17.32 - 17.39FPS7.5Hip Mobility, Translations, and Microinstability Before
and After Cam FAI Surgery
Geoffrey Ng
17.41 - 17.48FPS7.6The importance of minimizing capsulotomy to maintain hip stability - A cadaveric studyHajime Utsunomiya
17.50 - 17.57FPS7.7Must we crash through the wall to enter a hip joint or can
we gently use a door instead? Capsular closure versus capsular
preservation in hip arthroscopy
Ali Bajwa
17.59 - 18.06FPS7.8Outcomes of Open Capsular Plication of the Hip at a Mean of
Six Years Postoperatively: Do Results Deteriorate with Time?
Jeffrey Nepple
18.06 - 18.30FP Discussion and Wrap Up
16.30 -18.30S8Planning, Navigation and Robotics
Room: Doblon
Co-Chairs:
David Morgenstern
John Witt
16.30 - 16.34Introduction
16.34 - 16.41ICL S8.1Advanced ImagingMoises Hernando Hernandez
16.43 - 16.50ICLS8.2Navigation and Planning for FAIVikas Khanduja
16.52 - 16.59ICLS8.3Robotic AssistanceJustin Cobb
16.59 - 17.23ICL Paper Discussion
17.23 - 17.30FPS8.4Novel Three-dimensional Measurements for Assessing Hip
Morphology
Floor Lambers
17.32 - 17.39FPS8.5Frequency of posterior femoroacetabular impact in patients with suspected anterior femoroacetabular impingement evaluated with a 3-Dimensional dynamic studyBernardo Aguilera
17.41 - 17.48FPS8.6Utility of 3D Printed Models in the Treatment of Femoroacetabular
Impingement: a Matched Cohort Study
Ivan Wong
17.50 - 17.57FPS8.7Validation of computer navigated arthroscopic osteoplasty of the
femoral head - experimental case control study on CT based
printed models
Klemen Strazar
17.59 - 18.06FPS8.8Dynamic Calculation and Volumetric Measurement in
Planning and Assessing Surgical Resection in Femoroacetabular
Hip Impingement
Alberto Frances
18.06 - 18.30FP Discussion and Wrap Up
18.30 - 20.00Welcome Reception - Patio Hall

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