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  ICL #1 General Session – Gran Cancun Target for Appropriate Alignment
Chair: Nicolaas C. Budhiparama, MD, FICS, Assoc. Prof. INDONESIA
Stephen M. Howell, MD UNITED STATES
Shuichi Matsuda, MD, PhD JAPAN
Sébastien Parratte, MD, PhD, Prof. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Simon Talbot, MBChB, FRACS AUSTRALIA
Emmanuel Thienpont, MD, PhD, MBA BELGIUM
Upon completion of this symposium, participants will have updated their knowledge on various techniques of alignment and patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in
knee replacement.
• Advantages of Neutral Alignment
• Alignment in TKA: Why Should We Think Beyond the Neutral
Mechanical Axis for Everybody?
• Anatomical Variation of Joint Line Orientation in the Osteoarthritic Knee
• Unrestricted Calipered Kinematic Alignment: Restores Native Compartment Forces without Ligament Release with a Negligible Risk of Varus Component Failure at 10-Years
• Coronal Alignment is Not as Important as Flexion Stability and Rotational Alignment
ICL #2 Concurrent 2 – Cozumel 1+5
Prevention and Management of Infection
in ACL Reconstruction
Chair: Christopher J. Vertullo, MBBS, PhD, FRACS(Orth) AUSTRALIA
Lucio S. R. Ernlund, MD, MSc BRAZIL
Martin Lind, MD, PhD, Prof. DENMARK
Joan C. Monllau, MD, PhD, Prof. SPAIN
Moderator: Alex Vaisman, MD Prof. CHILE
Participants will be exposed to the latest research in, be able to recognize the clinical presentation of, and learn strategies to prevent and manage infection in ACL surgery.
• Factors Associated with Infection Following ACLR
• Precautions to Reduce the Risk of Septic Infections Following ACLR
• The Vancomycin Wrap Technique and a Diagnostic Algorithm for Infection Diagnosis
• Surgical and Antibiotic Treatment for Septic Arthritis Following ACLR
• Postoperative Septic Arthritis After ACLR: Does It Affect the Outcome?
ICL #3 Concurrent 3 – Cozumel 3+4
Measurement of Knee Stability:
Is It Important in Football?
Chair: Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Prof. BRAZIL
João Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD PORTUGAL Christophe H. Hulet, MD, Prof. FRANCE Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, PhD JAPAN
Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
Moderator: J. Ignacio Cardona-Munoz, MD, MSc MEXICO
Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to understand the different methods for measuring knee stability and how to manage unstable knees, all in the context of football players.
• Why and When the Medial Knee Stability Is Important in Football
• Knee Laxity Measurements in Stress MRI. Global Instability and Football.
• Link Between Instability Evaluation and Surgical Practices
• Clinical Relevance of High-Grade Pivot-Shift
• Can Quantitative Pivot Shift Predict Clinical Outcome?
• The Utility of Measuring Pivot Shift Pre-Intra and Post-Operative
ICL #4 Concurrent 4 – Cozumel 2+A Elbow Arthroscopy: From Basic to Advanced
Chair: Luigi A. Pederzini, MD ITALY
Gregory I. Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD AUSTRALIA Deepak N. Bhatia, MS(Orth), DNB(Orth) INDIA Andrea Celli, MD ITALY
Jeffrey Raymond Dugas, MD UNITED STATES Gregory A. Hoy, FRACS, FAOrthA, FACSP, FASMF
Gary G. Poehling, MD UNITED STATES Moderator: Osvandré L. Lech, Prof. BRAZIL
This ICL presents important concepts of elbow arthroscopy with discussion, including set up and portals, epicondilitis, instability, stiffness and osteochondritis dissecans (OCD), biceps tendon pathology, and endoscopy and repair.
• Introduction to Elbow Arthroscopy
• Set Up and Portals
• Arthroscopic and Arthrotomic View of the Nerves Around the Elbow
• Arthroscopic Treatment of Epicondilitis
• Arthroscopic Treatment of Stiff Elbow
• Arthroscopic Treatment of OCD of Capitulum Humeri • Arthroscopic Treatment of Elbow Ossifications
• Arthroscopic Treatment of Elbow Instability
MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019
Please note, program information, agendas and faculty details are subject to change.

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