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  • Orthopaedic Video Theater
  • T - Performing a Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: What You Need to Know

    March 08, 2018 4:00 PM - March 08, 2018 6:00 PM

    La Nouvelle Ballroom

    paper025 Moderator

    • Adolph Lombardi, MD ;

    paper026 The Jumbo Cup: The Work Horse of Acetabular Revision

    • Craig Della Valle, MD ;

    paper027 I Can Remove any Acetabular Component with Minimal Bone Loss / Modular Splined Stems have Changed the Way I Approach Femoral Revision

    • Daniel Berry, MD ;

    paper028 Why I Perform the Posterior Approach

    • Kevin Garvin, MD ;

    paper029 The Top Five Reasons for Performing Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty in 2018

    • Joshua Jacobs, MD ;

    paper030 Highly Porous Augments Can be your Friend in Acetabular Reconstruction

    • David Lewallen, MD ;

    paper031 Why I Perform the Direct Lateral Approach

    • Steven MacDonald, MD ;

    paper032 Developing the Preoperative Plan: Don’t get Started Without It / Don’t be Foolish, Dual Mobility is Your Friend

    • Douglas Padgett, MD ;

    paper033 Avoid Modularity and Use Non-Modular Splined Stems for Femoral Revision

    • Christopher Peters, MD ;

    paper034 Why Struggle? Do an Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy / Constraint - Sometimes a Necessary Evil

    • Scott Sporer, MD ;

    paper035 Wait a Minute Guys, I Can Do it through the Direct Anterior Approach

    • William Hozack, MD ;

    paper036 I Can Usually Remove the Femoral Component Without an Osteotomy

    • Geoffrey Westrich, MD ;