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Hip Arthroscopy: Operative Set-up and Anatomically Guided Portal Placement

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 an operative set-up and surgical approach for hip arthroscopy. Their presentation is intended for orthopaedic surgeons who are beginning a practice of hip arthroscopy as well as for those who want a more comprehensive understanding of the procedure. The demonstration covers the procedure from the induction of anesthesia to the establishment of the two main intraarticular working portals. Patient positioning, surgeon-directed traction, intra-operative fluoroscopy, preparation of the surgical site, and the anatomically guided placement of portal sites are included. Risks associated with each stage of the operative set-up and approach to hip arthroscopy are highlighted.

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