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    The Top 10 Presentations of 2019

    Presentations from ICJR meetings address issues in hip, knee, and shoulder arthroplasty; shoulder surgery; sports medicine; trauma; orthopaedic practice management; and healthcare economics. Of the more than 6800 meeting presentations on ICJR.net, which ones made our list of the 10 most-accessed presentations of 2019? Find out below!

    No. 1: Femoral Neck Fractures: Percutaneous Pinning vs. Hemiarthroplasty vs. Total Hip Arthroplasty – What is the Evidence?
    Lisa K. Cannada, MD
    From Essential Hip Topics: Cradle to Grave

     

    No. 2: Patella Resurfacing: Rarely, If Ever, Necessary
    Ryan M. Nunley
    From The Knee: Current Concepts on Perioperative Optimization and Surgical Management of the Knee Patient

     

    No. 3: Tips and Tricks: 10 Things to Help Overcome the Learning Curve
    Frederic Laude, MD
    From the 7th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

     

    No. 4: Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Neuropraxia
    Lee E. Rubin, MD
    From the
    7th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

     

    No. 5: Work-up for the Painful TKA
    Michael J. Taunton, MD
    From the 11th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

     

    No. 6: Managing the Subscapularis in TSA: Peel vs. Tenotomy vs. LTO
    Patrick Denard, MD
    From the 7th Annual Shoulder Course

     

    No. 7: Management of Chronic Extensor Mechanism Injury: Synthetic Mesh
    Matthew P. Abdel, MD
    From the 6th Annual Revision Hip & Knee Course

     

    No. 8: How I Do an Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy
    Richard A. Berger, MD
    From the 10th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

     

    No. 9: Total Hip Arthroplasty Cases – Current Controversies
    Ronald E. Delanois, MD; Carlos A. Higuera, MD; Robert T. Trousdale, MD; Trevor G. Murray, MD; James A. Keeney, MD; Ryan M. Nunley, MD; and Michael A. Charters MD
    From
    Essential Hip Topics: Cradle to Grave

     

    No. 10: Diagnosing PJI
    Matthew S. Austin
    , MD
    From the 11th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course