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Current Controversies in Hip Arthroscopy (AANA19)
  • $40 for AANA-Members
  • $80 for Non-Members
ICL Description

This rapid fire ICL covers a broad spectrum of new and/or unresolved controversies involving the growing use of arthroscopy in and around the hip. World-renown faculty present the pros and cons of top controversies while exposing registrants to evidence-based literature and emerging techniques. Topics include but are not limited to the role of hip arthroscopy in dysplasia, osteoarthritis, global pincer femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and an expanding list of posterior hip conditions. Other controversial topics include which hips need capsular closure, simultaneous bilateral hip arthroscopy versus staged procedures, segmental versus complete reconstruction versus labral augmentation, is hip arthroscopy synonymous with hip preservation, and the emerging role of orthobiologics. Whether newbie or experienced, this ICL aims to expose the registrant to evolving advances in hip arthroscopy and hip preservation.

Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this educational activity participants will be able to:
  1. Know the top controversies in the growing field of hip arthroscopy (e.g., dysplasia, osteoarthrosis, bilateral hip arthroscopy, orthobiologics, labral reconsruction, etc)
  2. Critically understand emerging evidence for pro and con positions on each controversial topic
  3. Learn evolving techniques used to address some hip arthroscopic controversies
Dean K. Matsuda, M.D. | Marc J. Philippon, M.D. | Thomas G. Sampson, M.D. | Omer Y. Mei-Dan, M.D.
Technical Requirements
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Availability: On-Demand
Available Jun 24, 2019 to Jun 23, 2022
Cost : Member: $40.00
Non-Member: $80.00
ASES Member: $80.00
Credit Offered:
3 CME Credits

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