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Evolving Techniques in Hip Arthroscopy
Dr Marc Philippon (US). Feb 2017
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Femoral Fixation in Revision THR: Are Titanium, Tapered, Fluted,...
Dr Reid Brown (US). Feb 2017
Cement Spacers for the Infected Hip and Knee: How I Do It
Dr Curtis Hartman (US). Feb 2017
Infection Following TJR: Controversies and New Treatment Options
Dr David Watson (US). Feb 2017
Surgical Technique: MPF™
Smith & Nephew. Mar 2017
Compression Forces Generated During Tightening of Locking and...
Erik Woodard and Abraham Salehi (Both Smith & Nephew). Mar 2017
Cantilever Bending Stiffness of Locking and Non-Locking Screws in a...
Erik Woodard (Smith & Nephew). Mar 2017
Comparison of Friction Between Traditional Porous Coatings and an...
Mark L. Morrison and Erik Woodard (Both Smith & Nephew). Mar 2017
Total Hip Arthroplasty approaches with POLARSTEM™ - Instructional...
Training Centre, Verona, Italy Aug 31, 2017 - Sep 1, 2017
Hip Arthroscopy Academy - Mini Instructional Course
Smith & Nephew Expert Connect Centre May 8, 2017 - May 9, 2017
Hip Revision- Masterclass
Berlin, Germany May 11, 2017 - May 12, 2017
Hip Femoral and Acetabular Revision with REDAPT™
Smith & Nephew Expert Connect Centre Jun 8, 2017 - Jun 9, 2017
Video Collection: Revision Masters Hip and Knee Arthroplasty
The Revision Masters Knee and Hip Arthroplasty course covered a wide variety of topics ranging from...
Video Collection: Contemporary Solutions in Joint Surgery
The Contemporary Solutions in Joint Surgery course in Boston, MA, USA, held in August 2016, covered...
Video Collection: CSJS April 2016
Watch presentations from Direct Anterior Intermediate Course, delivered by an international...
Video Collection: NAHKS April 2016
Watch presentations delivered by an international faculty, recorded at the spring session of...
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