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Evidence in Knee Surgery - Cartilage Repair
03 - 04 Feb 2021
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We are excited to present a brand-new international TV event on the topic “Evidence in Knee Surgery” in cooperation with Intercongress. Our scientific chairs Professor Peter Angele and Professor Philipp Niemeyer compiled an outstanding programme on the broad spectrum of cartilage repair of the knee joint in a unique evidence-based case discussion format.

Participate post-live and watch 4 exciting sessions on 8 simple and complex cases with 16 different treatment approaches presented by a panel of renowned international experts and backed up by scientific evidence. Not only the type of cartilage treatment is of great importance but also to address the underlying pathology for an optimal outcome for patient and surgeon. Due to the demographic change and higher sportive demands in the elderly, more borderline cases with meniscus deficiency and multiple defects occur and request treatment. And what about relevant focal cartilage defects discovered by chance in asymptomatic patients? Get practical tips & tricks from top-class cartilage surgeons when they discuss carefully selected cases and lead you through consistent pathways of diagnostics and preoperative workup to define the optimal treatment options. As usual, the event will be highly interactive - discuss the presented cases with the community, vote for treatment options and ask your questions to the experts.

The post-live is certified with 6 CME credits by the German Medical Association. The quiz is published (GET CERTIFIED) and can be completed flexibly within the next 12 months. It is specifically designed for orthopedic surgeons specialized in knee surgery and cartilage repair. AGA Curriculum participants have the opportunity to earn additional theoretical hours. The requirement for the curriculum is the successful completion of the CME quiz.

I will learn to
  • Get to know new treatment options for smaller and larger focal cartilage defects
  • Differentiate between treatment options for smaller and larger focal cartilage defects
  • Detect and treat relevant malalignment
  • Discuss different concepts in treatment of osteochondral defects
  • Analyze patellofemoral instability precisely as a basis for the optimal choice of concomitant surgery
  • Broaden your understanding of borderline cases in cartilage repair surgery
Scientific Chairs
Professor
Peter Angele, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Leader „Regenerative Joint Surgery“ of the Department for Trauma Surgery and Director of the FIFA Excellence Centrum for Soccer Medicine

Sporthopaedicum Regensburg – University Clinic Regensburg, Germany

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Professor
Philipp Niemeyer, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery Munich (OCM)

Department for Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, University Hospital Freiburg, Germany

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Agenda
18:00 CET | Case 1: Treatment of small focal cartilage defects
1
Case Presentation
5 min
2
Solution 1 | JUSTUS GILLE
5 min
3
Solution 2 | CHRISTIAN LATTERMANN
5 min
4
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
18:25 CET | Case 2: Treatment of large focal cartilage defects
5
Case Presentation
5 min
6
Solution 1 | GIAN SALZMANN
5 min
7
Solution 2 | ANDREAS GOMOLL
5 min
8
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
19:00 CET | Break
60 min
20:00 CET | Case 3: Concomitant malalignment
9
Case Presentation
5 min
10
Solution 1 | MATTHIEU OLLIVIER
5 min
11
Solution 2 | ELIZAVETA KON
5 min
12
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
20:25 CET | Case 4: Osteochondral defects of the knee and treatment concepts
13
Case Presentation
5 min
14
Solution 1 | PABLO GELBER
5 min
15
Solution 2 | JOHANNES ZELLNER
5 min
16
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
18:00 CET | Case 5: Patellofemoral instability in cartilage repair
1
Case Presentation
5 min
2
Solution 1 | DAVID DEJOUR
5 min
3
Solution 2 | SVEN SCHEFFLER
5 min
4
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
18:25 CET | Case 6: Asymptomatic cartilage defects and its indication for surgical intervention
5
Case Presentation
5 min
6
Solution 1 | DANIEL SARIS
5 min
7
Solution 2 | STEFAN NEHRER
5 min
8
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
19:00 CET | Break
60 min
20:00 CET | Case 7: Joint preservation in the meniscus deficient knee
9
Case Presentation
5 min
10
Solution 1 | MICHAEL HIRSCHMANN
5 min
11
Solution 2 | TIM SPALDING
5 min
12
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
20:25 CET | Case 8: Treatment options in early osteoarthritis
13
Case Presentation
5 min
14
Solution 1 | TOM MINAS
5 min
15
Solution 2 | THOMAS TISCHER
5 min
16
Open Discussion - Voting, Q&A
10 min
SUBSEQUENT LITERATURE STUDY (TOP RESOURCES)
45 min
GET CERTIFIED (INDIVIDUAL)
45 min
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