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The International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR) Educational Conference provides a complete series of presentations on hip and knee joint reconstruction. Expert faculty presented the latest in orthopaedic reconstructive surgery through case-based learning, in-depth clinical research, and effective approaches to joint disease.



Hip Impingement and Dysplasia

Hip Resurfacing: Patient and Treatment Options

Controversies for Bearing Surfaces in THR

Approaches in Primary THA

The Outstanding Scientific Hip Papers From the Specialty Societies

Component Implantation in THA

The Difficult THA

THA: Case-Based Panel Discussions

Primary THA: Perioperative Issues

Navigation in THA

Dealing With Complications in THA

Revision THA: The Painful Hip

Surgical Technique for Revision THA

Revision THA: Wear & Osteolysis

The Latest Updates in Joint Arthroplasty

Venous Thromboembolism Debate in Joint Arthroplasty

Efficiency and Economics in Joint Arthroplasty

The Humanity of Orthopaedics


The New Arthritic Knee Patient and Non-arthroplasty Treatment Options

The New Arthritic Knee Patient and Arthroplasty Treatment Options

Technologic Developments in TKA

Primary TKA

MIS TKA Meets Computer Navigation

Primary TKA: The Impact of Technique

The Outstanding Scientific Knee Papers From the Specialty Societies

Revision TKA: The Preop Evaluation

Revision TKA: Surgical Techniques

Revision TKA: Complicated Cases

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