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  • Arthroscopic Outcomes as a Function of Acetabular Coverage From a Large Hip Arthroscopy Study Group. [Journal Article]
    Arthroscopy 2019; 35(8):2338-2345Matsuda DK, Kivlan BR, … Multicenter Arthroscopic Study of the Hip (MASH) Study Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Lateral acetabular coverage did not influence outcomes from primary hip arthroscopy when performed in patients with low (borderline dysplasia), normal, and high (global pincer FAI) lateral center-edge angle. Borderline dysplasia and moderate global pincer FAI with no or minimal osteoarthritis do not compromise successful 2-year minimum outcomes or survivorship following primary hip arthroscopy when performed by experienced surgeons.
  • Hip Arthroscopy as Part of a Salvage Procedure for Avascular Necrosis (AVN) in a 7-Year-Old Child. [Journal Article]
    Am J Case Rep 2019; 20:941-947Delniotis I, Leidinger B
  • CONCLUSIONS: AVN following closed or open reduction for DDH is a potentially devastating complication. Hip arthroscopy can be an extremely useful tool that can be used in addition to the well-known osteotomy procedures to improve joint congruency. Hip arthroscopy in the pediatric population is a new growing field that can be used in managing disorders of the pediatric hip, as the indications will continue to evolve.
  • [Hip dysplasia-new and proven methods]. [Review]
    Orthopade 2019; 48(6):508-514Eberhardt O, Wirth T
  • Hip dysplasia is one of the most common disorders in paediatric orthopedics. With the development of ultrasound techniques treatment has changed, and earlier diagnosis and treatment is possible. So, for more than 20 years diagnosis and treatment has been focused on ultrasound. Many papers reporting new diagnostic techniques like MRI have been published. Arthroscopic reduction is a new surgical pr…
  • Preserving the chondrolabral junction reduces the rate of capsular adhesions. [Journal Article]
    J Hip Preserv Surg 2019; 6(1):50-54Webb MSL, Devitt BM, O'Donnell JM
  • The operative treatment of pincer-type femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) has become an increasingly more common procedure. Classically, the labrum is incised at the chondrolabral junction (CLJ), or a concurrent tear is extended to allow access to the acetabular rim facilitating acetabuloplasty. The labrum is subsequently repaired using suture anchors. More recently, acetabuloplasty has been perf…
  • Automatic MRI-based Three-dimensional Models of Hip Cartilage Provide Improved Morphologic and Biochemical Analysis. [Journal Article]
    Clin Orthop Relat Res 2019; 477(5):1036-1052Schmaranzer F, Helfenstein R, … Zheng G
  • CONCLUSIONS: The presented deep learning approach for a fully automatic segmentation of hip cartilage enables an accurate, reliable and reproducible analysis of dGEMRIC indices, thickness, surface area, and volume. This time-efficient and objective analysis of biochemical cartilage composition and morphology yields the potential to improve patient selection in femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) surgery and to aid surgeons with planning of acetabuloplasty and periacetabular osteotomies in pincer FAI and hip dysplasia. In addition, this validation paves way to the large-scale use of this method for prospective trials which longitudinally monitor the effect of reconstructive hip surgery and the natural course of osteoarthritis.
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