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A Simple Technique for Capsular Repair Following Hip Arthroscopy

February 19, 2016

Contributors: Patrick Reardon, BS; Bruce A Levy, MD; Aaron J Krych, MD; Christopher L. Camp, MD; Christopher L. Camp, MD

Capsulotomy typically is performed during arthroscopic management of femoroacetabular impingement. As the frequency of hip arthroscopy continues to rapidly increase, increased attention is being paid to the implications of interportal capsulotomy and the need for repair. To minimize the risk of postoperative instability, capsular closure is recommended to restore the anatomy and biomechanical function of the capsule. This video presents a reliable, efficient, and effective method for arthroscopic closure of an interportal capsulotomy after hip arthroscopy.

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