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Os acetabuli-a new arthroscopic treatment option for the acetabular rim fracture.

Bent Lund,

Os acetabuli (Os) or acetabular rimfractures are often seen in femoroacetabular impingement patients and can result in groin pain. When seen in symptomatic patients, the question is whether to remove them or to fixate the loose fragment to the acetabular rim. This depends on acetabular coverage and the extent of ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i46-i50]

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Bilateral femoral head reshaping and mosaicplasty in Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease residual deformity.

Ángel Palazón-Quevedo, María Galán-Olleros, Rosa M Egea-Gámez,

Residual hip deformity secondary to Perthes disease may lead to early symptomatic joint degeneration. The altered anatomy results in biomechanical and biological problems that can be surgically addressed in adolescents or young adults with hip preservation procedures. This case report aims to demonstrate a customized surgical treatment performed on a ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i9-i15]

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Ligamentum teres reconstruction with labrum and capsule repair after posterior acetabular wall fracture: a case report.

Jacek Mazek, Maciej Gnatowski, Antonio Porthos Salas, Marcin Domżalski, Rafał Wójcicki, Jacek Skowronek, Paweł Skowronek,

The aim of this case study is to present arthroscopic treatment of recurrent hip instability after acute post-traumatic posterior hip dislocation with a fracture of the posterior acetabular wall. A male patient aged 35 suffered a dislocation of the right hip joint with a fracture of the posterior acetabular wall ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i41-i45]

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Simultaneous Morscher's osteotomy and arthroscopic debridement in the management of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease: a case report and literature review.

Batool Bosakhar, Hassan Baldawi, Kathy Liu, Olufemi R Ayeni, Waleed Kishta,

There is a lack of consensus around optimal surgical management for Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease (LCPD). This case report discusses the benefits of combining arthroscopic femoral neck osteochondroplasty and labral repair with Morscher's Osteotomy (MO) for LCPD. S.A. is a 17-year-old female diagnosed with LCPD at the age of 6 years and has ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i4-i8]

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Labral reconstruction with polyurethane implant.

Marc Tey-Pons, Bruno Capurro, Raúl Torres-Eguia, Fernando Marqués-López, Alfonso Leon-García, Oliver Marín-Peña,

Surgical treatment of labral injuries has shifted from debridement to preservation over the past decades. Primary repair and secondary augmentation or reconstruction techniques are aimed at restoring the labral seal and preserving or improving contact mechanics. Currently, the standard of care for non-repairable tears favours the use of auto- or ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i34-i40]

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Editorial (ESSKA-SHPS supplement).

Filippo Randelli, Nicolas Bonin, Athanasios Papavasiliou,

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i2-i3]

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Unusual apical femoral head deformity treated by hip arthroscopy and tunnel drilling through femoral head: a case report.

Boris Morattel, Nicolas Bonin,

Femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI), is the result of an abnormal morphology of the hip joint. On the femoral side, asphericity of the head can be highlighted by an alpha angle measurement >50° on computed tomography or MRI. However, some particular cephalic asphericities can make it difficult to measure the alpha angle, ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i25-i33]

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The case of 'A Rhino Horn': case report and proposal for modification to the Hetsroni and Kelly classification.

Oliver Marín-Pena, Olufemi R Ayeni, Marc Tey-Pons, Jesús Mas-Martinez, Pedro Dantas, Vikas Khanduja,

Subspine impingement syndrome by definition involves a prominent antero-inferior iliac spine (AIIS) which can lead to impingement on the femoral neck thereby causing symptoms. We present the case of a 22-year-old semi-professional athlete who presented with a Type III AIIS morphology leading to subspine impingement syndrome and was managed via ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i51-i59]

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Femoral head necrosis and progressive osteoarthritis of a healed intracapital osteotomy in a severe sequelae of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease with aplasia of tensor fasciae latae.

Filippo Randelli, Athanasios Papavasiliou, Manuel G Mazzoleni, Alberto Fioruzzi, Giuseppe Basile, Reinhold Ganz,

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i16-i24]

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Editorial.

Richard Ricky Villar,

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2021, 8(Suppl 1):i1]

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What the papers say.

Ali Bajwa,

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):789-791]

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What is the pelvic tilt in acetabular dysplasia and does it change following peri-acetabular osteotomy?

Mark A Roussot, Saif Salih, George Grammatopoulos, Johan D Witt,

To quantify the pelvic tilt (PT) in patients with symptomatic acetabular dysplasia and determine if it represents a compensatory mechanism to improve femoral head coverage, we studied a cohort of 16 patients undergoing 32 bilateral staged PAOs for acetabular dysplasia and compared this to a matched cohort of 32 patients ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):777-785]

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Implementing video visits into an orthopedic hip arthroscopy practice: a case study.

John Wickman, Colleen Ferlotti, Justin Ferrell, Carolyn Hutyra, Donna Phinney, Megan Wahl, Richard C Mather,

Telehealth videoconferencing has been shown to be feasible, cost-effective and safe in numerous fields of medicine. In an effort to increase access and improve the quality of care offered to patients we implemented a telehealth initiative allowing for remote orthopedic clinic visits at a major academic medical center. Here we ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):655-659]

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Consensus-based classification system for intra-operative management of labral tears during hip arthroscopy-aggregate recommendations from high-volume hip preservation surgeons.

Ajay C Lall, Shawn Annin, Jeff W Chen, Samantha Diulus, Hari K Ankem, Philip J Rosinsky, Jacob Shapira, Mitchell B Meghpara, David R Maldonado, David E Hartigan, Aaron J Krych, Bruce A Levy, Benjamin G Domb,

The purpose of this study was to survey high-volume hip preservation surgeons regarding their perspectives on intra-operative management of labral tears to improve decision-making and produce an effective classification system. A cross-sectional survey of high-volume hip preservation surgeons was conducted in person and anonymously, using a questionnaire that is repeated ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):644-654]

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Arthroscopic acetabular labral reconstruction: a review.

David R Maldonado, Rachel M Glein, Benjamin G Domb,

The function and importance of the acetabular labrum in hip biomechanics have been determined. A labral tear is one of the most common findings in the hip preservation field, commonly associated with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome. It has been established that the restoration of labral anatomy and function are key ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):611-620]

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Erratum to: The 2019 International Society of Hip Preservation (ISHA) physiotherapy agreement on assessment and treatment of femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAIS): an international consensus statement.

Amir Takla, John O'Donnell, Michael Voight, Thomas Byrd, Michael Dienst, Rob Roy Martin, Marc J Philippon, Keelan Enseki, Tony Andrade, Marc Safran, John Joseph Christoforetti, Hal Martin, Louise Grant, Ashley Campbell, Mark Ryan, Tim Tyler, Ryan P McGovern, Mario Bizzini, David Kohlrieser,

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1093/jhps/hnaa043.]. ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):643]

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Outcomes of femoral de-rotation osteotomy for treatment of femoroacetabular impingement in adults with decreased femoral anteversion.

M S Mastel, A El-Bakoury, A Parkar, R Sharma, K D Johnston,

Decreased femoral anteversion is an often overlooked factor in femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), with potential to exacerbate both cam and pincer type impingement, or itself be the primary cause. Femoral de-rotation osteotomy (FDO) is a surgical option for symptomatic patients with such underlying bony deformity. This study aimed to investigate outcomes ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):755-763]

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Pragmatic comparative effectiveness study of multimodal fascia iliaca nerve block and continuous lumbar epidural-based protocols for periacetabular osteotomy.

Megan Albertz, Patrick Whitlock, Fang Yang, Lili Ding, Molly Uchtman, Marc Mecoli, Vanessa Olbrecht, David Moore, James McCarthy, Vidya Chidambaran,

Perioperative pain management protocols have a significant impact on early surgical outcomes and recovery. We hypothesized that multimodal protocol including fascia iliaca compartment nerve block (MM-FICNB) would decrease the length of hospital stay (LOS) by facilitating earlier mobilization, without compromising analgesia, compared to a traditional lumbar epidural-based protocol (EP). Demographics/comorbidities, ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):728-739]

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Intraoperative assessment of femoral head perfusion during surgical hip dislocation for slipped capital femoral epiphysis.

Adrian Michalopoulos, Christopher Spelman, Jitendra Balakumar, David Slattery,

Avascular necrosis is the most devastating complication of slipped capital femoral epiphysis, leading to collapse of the femoral head, increased risk of osteoarthritis and the requirement of early total hip arthroplasty. It is believed that intraoperative femoral head perfusion assessment may be an accurate predictor of post-operative avascular necrosis (radiographic ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):688-695]

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Author response to 'Regarding the study by Packer et al.'

Jonathan D Packer, Marc R Safran,

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):787]

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Femoral neck rotational osteotomy: a modified method for treating necrotic femoral heads with large and laterally located lesions.

Junfeng Zhu, Kangming Chen, Jianping Peng, Yang Li, Chao Shen, Xiaodong Chen,

In this study, we retrospectively investigated the short-term outcome of femoral neck rotational osteotomy (FNRO) for treating necrotic femoral heads with large and laterally located lesions. Twelve necrotic femoral heads (ARCO stage II or III) with an average Kerboul angle of 210° underwent FNRO through surgical hip dislocation. By circumferential ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):713-720]

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Pathological progress of traumatic femur head necrosis after femoral neck fracture in children and adolescents: a case series study.

Fan Yang, Zhikun Zhuang, Yonggang Tu, Zhinan Hong, Fengxiang Pang, Wei He, Qiushi Wei, Ziqi Li,

The pathological progression and prognosis of traumatic femur head necrosis (TFHN) after femoral neck fracture (FNF) in children and adolescent is relatively unknown and has never been specifically characterized. As we speculated, the prognosis in such population would be poor and characterized as the high risk of femoral head collapse, ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):696-704]

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Ischiofemoral impingement: the evolutionary cost of pelvic obstetric adaptation.

E A Audenaert, K Duquesne, J De Roeck, T Mutsvangwa, B Borotikar, V Khanduja, P Claes,

The risk for ischiofemoral impingement has been mainly related to a reduced ischiofemoral distance and morphological variance of the femur. From an evolutionary perspective, however, there are strong arguments that the condition may also be related to sexual dimorphism of the pelvis. We, therefore, investigated the impact of gender-specific differences ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):677-687]

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Regarding the study by Packer et al.

Onur Hapa,

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):786]

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Pelvic osteotomies for acetabular dysplasia: Are there outcomes, survivorship and complication differences between different osteotomy techniques?

Edward C Beck, Anirudh K Gowd, Katlynn Paul, Jorge Chahla, Alejandro J Marquez-Lara, Jonathan Rasio, Torhu Irie, Joel Williams, Shane J Nho,

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Periacetabular osteotomy (PAO), rotational acetabular osteotomy (RAO), and eccentric rotational acetabular osteotomy (ERAO) for treating hip dysplasia by comparing complication rates, survivorship, and functional outcomes after treatment. A systematic review in the MEDLINE and CINAHL databases was ... Read more >>

J Hip Preserv Surg (Journal of hip preservation surgery)
[2020, 7(4):764-776]

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