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  ICL #8 General Session – Gran Cancun Partial Knee Replacement:
Indication, Technique, and Results
Chair: David Figueroa, MD, Prof. CHILE
Gabriel Baron, MD CHILE
David A. Parker, MBBS, BMedSc, FRACS AUSTRALIA Sébastien Parratte, MD, PhD, Prof. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Andrew J. Price, DPhil, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM Anders Troelsen, MD, PhD, DMSc, Prof. DENMARK
Partial knee arthroplasty offers an attractive solution for treatment of unicompartmental degenerative disease. Indications, perioperative protocols, and surgical technique have evolved considerably in recent years. This ICL reviews current evidence through didactic presentations, debates, and cases.
• Why Would I Do PKR?
• Tibial Design Considerations: Mobile Vs. Fixed
Bearing UKA
• Medial vs. Lateral PKA and Association with PF Arthroplasty
• Outcomes of PKR
• Is It Robotic and Navigation the Future in PKA?
ICL #9 Concurrent 2 – Cozumel 1+5 Management of Revision ACL
Chair: Nobuo Adachi, MD, PhD JAPAN
David H. Dejour, MD FRANCE
Rodrigo Maestu, MD ARGENTINA
Jacques Ménétrey, Prof. SWITZERLAND
John Xerogeanes, MD UNITED STATES
Moderator: Fabio Restrepo Tello, MD, Prof. COLOMBIA
This course outlines a systematic approach to managing a patient with failed anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Highlights include preoperative workup, with quantitative assessment of knee laxity. Complex knee ligament reconstructive cases will be presented, including revision ACL reconstruction with quadriceps tendon, management of extra-articular surgery, meniscus reconstruction, and osteotomy.
• Overview of ACL Revision Surgery
• Diagnosis and Treatment Options for Revision ACL Surgery
• Technical Aspects Of Revision ACL Reconstruction
• Revision ACL Reconstruction with Hamstring or Quad Tendons • Deflexion Osteotomies in ACL Revision
ICL #10 Concurrent 3 – Cozumel 3+4 Everything Rotator Cuff
Chair: Kevin D. Plancher, MD, MPH UNITED STATES
Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD, MBA SPAIN
Francesco Franceschi, MD, PhD ITALY
Nahum Rosenberg, Prof. MD, FRCS ISRAEL
This instructional course lecture outlines and breaks down concepts related to rotator cuff surgery including the lateral shoulder angle, healing and basic science, and single- vs. double-row rotator cuff repair.
• The Healing & Basic Science of Rotator Cuff Tears
• The Lateral Shoulder Angle, Its Utilization & How It Relates to Rotator Cuff
• The Utilization of Single Vs. Double Row Rotator Cuff Repairs
• Partial Rotator Cuff Tears & Patch Augmentation
• Massive Rotator Cuff Repairs: Should We Bother Fixing? Are Partial Repairs Worth Our Time?
• The Truth About Tendon Transfers: Do They Work, Do We Bother in Massive Rotator Cuff Repairs, or Do We Give Up?
ICL #11 Concurrent 4 – Cozumel 2+A
Practical Applications of Growth Factors,
Cells, and Novel Therapies in Sport Medicine
Chair: Ramon Cugat, MD, PhD SPAIN
Chih-Hwa Chen, MD, Prof. TAIWAN Giuseppe Filardo, MD, PhD ITALY Alberto Gobbi, MD ITALY
Johnny Huard, PhD UNITED STATES Rodrigo Mardones, MD CHILE
Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to understand and confidently discuss the practical applications of growth factors, cells, and novel therapies in sports medicine
• Practical Applications of Growth Factors, Cells, and Novel Therapies in Sports Medicine
• Basic Science and New Therapies in Sport Medicine
• Growth Factors: How to Prepare and Use
• BMAC and Hyaluronan Scaffold
• Novel Therapies–Adipose Tissue, Cells, Umbilical Cord and Amniotic ET
TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019
      52 Please note, program information, agendas and faculty details are subject to change.

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