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Arthroscopic Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement

January 01, 2006

Contributors: Karen K Briggs, MPH; Marc J Philippon, MD; Allston J Stubbs, IV MD; Allston J Stubbs, IV MD

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Presents the arthroscopic approach and technique used by the senior author for the management of femoroacetabular impingement. The video demonstrates the hip arthroscopy procedure from the establishment of the two intraarticular working portals and the single peripheral compartment working portal to the surgical treatment of both CAM and pincer impingement. Also included are the features of anatomically directed portal placement, the importance of intraoperative arthroscopic dynamic examination, the hallmarks of pathology along the acetabular rim and femoral neck, and the minimally invasive arthroscopic techniques employed to treat the identified impingement pathology. The authors discuss the rational and the risks associated with each stage of the arthroscopic technique used to relieve femoroacetabular impingement lesions.

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