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    The Top 10 Surgical Videos of 2018

    The surgical procedure videos on ICJR.net give surgeons a glimpse into the operating rooms of some of the top joint replacement specialists in the world. Which ones made our list of the 10 most-accessed surgical videos of 2018? Find out below!

    No 1: Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty Using Computer Navigation
    From the 6th Annual ICJR South Hip & Knee Course

    Tomas E. Nemickas, MD, from Illinois Bone & Joint Institute in Chicago, demonstrates a recently introduced hybrid technology that combines the benefits of traditional jigs and full computer navigation for the 2 most critical bone cuts in total knee arthroplasty. His patient is an 80-year-old female with left knee varus osteoarthritis and near collapse of the medial compartment

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    No. 2: Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty Using a Minimally Invasive Approach and a Mobile Leg Positioner
    From ICJR’s 7th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

    Tyler D. Goldberg, MD, from Texas Orthopedics in Austin, Texas, performs a direct anterior approach total hip arthroplasty on the left hip of a 65-year-old male patient whose femoral head moves proximally and laterally, similar to a dysplastic hip.

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    No. 3: Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty Using a Powered Impacting System and Computer Navigation
    From ICJR’s 7th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

    Anthony T. Carter, MD, from Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News, Virginia, operates on a 60-year-old male who is unable to work as a boat mechanic due to increasing pain and stiffness in his right hip.

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    No. 4: Outpatient Primary Direct Anterior Total Hip Arthroplasty
    From ICJR’s 7th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

    E. Matthew Heinrich, MD, from Muve Health in Lakeway, Texas, performs a direct anterior approach total hip arthroplasty on the right hip of a 51-year-old male patient with rheumatoid arthritis who has been experiencing hip pain for 5 years.

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    No. 5: Direct Anterior Total Hip Arthroplasty Using Patient Specific Implants and Computer Navigation
    From ICJR’s 7th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

    Stefan W. Kreuzer, MD, from INOV8 Orthopedics in Houston, Texas, performs a direct anterior approach total hip arthroplasty on the right hip of a 75-year-old female with degenerative wear in the hip and erosive changes in the femoral head.

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    No. 6: Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty
    From ICJR’s 8th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

    Arlen D. Hanssen, MD, from Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, operates on a 70-year-old male patient who presented with highly elevated inflammatory markers: erythrocyte sedimentation rate of 35 and C-reactive protein level of 57. When cultures grew Staphyloccocus capitis, the patient was placed on intravenous cefazolin for 6 weeks.

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    No. 7: Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty through the Direct Anterior Approach Using Computer Navigation
    From ICJR’s 5th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

    David A. Dodgin, MD, from Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin in Texas, performs a left total hip arthroplasty on a 60-year-old male patient who had undergone a right hip arthroplasty 1 year prior. Computer navigation is used during cup placement to help achieve appropriate cup inclination and leg length and a C-arm is used to confirm stem neutrality.

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    No. 8: Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty Through the Direct Anterior Approach
    From ICJR’s 4th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

    Jonathan G. Yerasimides, MD, from Norton Brownsboro Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky, operates on a 46-year-old patient with avascular necrosis who has a loose stem 1 year after undergoing bipolar hemiarthroplasty with a short-stem implant.

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    No. 9: Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty
    From ICJR’s 6th Winter Hip & Knee Course

    Anthony K. Hedley, MD, FRCS, from St. Luke’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, revises the total knee arthroplasty of an 83-year-old woman who had received her primary implant about 4 years prior. The knee is stable in extension but unstable in flexion, and the patient says the knee had never “felt right.”

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    No. 10: TKA Utilizing an Active Spacer Robotically Assisted Ligament Balancing System
    From ICJR’s 10th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

    Jeffrey H. DeClaire, MD, from Ascension Crittenton Hospital in Rochester, Michigan, demonstrates the use of a robotically assisted ligament balancing in a primary total knee arthroplasty performed on 57-year-old male patient with worsening left knee pain from degenerative joint disease of his medial compartment and patellofemoral joint.

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