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1 08h00 Openning and registration 08h30 Welcome and introduction Prof. José Roquette (PT) Isabel Vaz (PT) 08h45 Rational of hip joint preserving surgery 08h55 10h00 Hip morphology and development Moderators: Oliver Marin (ES) Hip anatomy morphology relevant to joint preserving surgery Manuel Ribas (ES) Hip acetabular vascular supply Morteza Kalhor (IR) Hip proximal femur vascular supply Morteza Kalhor (IR) Vascular anatomy relevant to surgical hip dislocation Imaging relevant to hip preserving surgery Moderators: Augusto Gaspar (PT) Simple x-ray in FAI and dysplasia Arthro MRI in FAI Augusto Gaspar (PT) Arthro MRI in dysplasia Vasco Mascarenhas (PT) Imaging in Perthes and SCFE, can we see early impingement signs? Vasco Mascarenhas (PT) 11h00 Coffee Break

2 11h30 12h30 FAI etiology and patient approach Moderators: Pedro Dantas (PT) Is FAI precursor to osteoarthritis? Which patients are best candidates to joint preservation surgery Pedro Dantas (PT) Clinical examination of the patient Oliver Marin (ES) SCFE as a risk factor to early osteoarthritis Hip arthroscopy to treat FAI (part 1) Moderators: Oliver Marin (ES) Portals anatomy Pedro Dantas (PT) Indications and contra-indications to hip arthroscopy Hip arthroscopy without traction More than five years results with arthroscopy to treat FAI 13h30 Finger Lunch 14h30 Hip arthroscopy to treat FAI (part 2) Moderators: Large cam resection, can we do it with arthroscopic surgery? Pincer type FAI resection - tips and tricks Hip rotator cuff tears Complications of hip arthroscopy

3 15h30 Surgical dislocation to treat FAI (part 1) Moderators: Oliver Marin (ES) Surgical dislocation technique a precise and safe procedure Surgical dislocation / relative neck lengthening a versatile approach Indications to surgical hip dislocation Atypical cam impingement, inferior, posterior and lateral resection 16h30 Coffee Break 17h00 Surgical dislocation to treat FAI (part 2) Moderators: Pincer type FAI, size of resection and labrum refixation techniques More than five years results whit surgical hip, dislocation to treat FAI Pedro Pinto (PT) Trochanteric osteotomy tips and tricks How to measure outcomes in young adult hip surgery Oliver Marin (ES) Complications of surgical hip dislocation 18h00 End of first day sessions 20h00 Faculty Dinner

4 PROGRAM Day 8 th 08h30 Live Surgery - Surgical hip dislocation Diego Collado (PT) Surgeons: 11h30 Coffee Break 12h00 Special Topics (part 1) Sciatic nerve endoscopic release Condral lesions repair More than five years results with anterior mini open approach to treat FAI Manuel Ribas (ES) Peritrochanteric space endoscopic approach 13h00 Finger Lunch 14h00 Special Topics (part 2) Oliver Marin (ES) Surgical dislocation for complex cases Indications for sub capital realignment in SCFE Surgical hip dislocation to treat acetabular fractures The role of microsurgery in hip preservation Francisco Soldado (PT)

5 PROGRAM Day 8 th 15h00 Hip dysplasia (part 1) Hip dysplasia natural history History of PAO Indications to do PAO Learning curve for PAO 16h00 Coffee Break 16h30 Hip dysplasia (part 2) Oliver Marin (ES) Pedro Dantas (PT) Limits for PAO Proximal femur dysplasia deformities When to adress femoral side in dysplasia Long term results for PAO 18h00 Closing remarks 18h10 End of sessions Scientific support: Accredited for 1 category 3 credit point ESSR diploma:

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