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Fractures of Pelvis and Acetabulum: Principles of Management

Professor Peter Giannoudis

Tuesday, 29 March 2022

to

Wednesday, 30 March 2022

Fractures of Pelvis and Acetabulum: Principles of Management

TARGET AUDIENCE

Senior Trainees and Newly Appointed Consultants

COURSE FEE:

£300

LOCATION

Worsley Building, University of Leeds

The course is focused on the management of patient with fractures to the pelvis and acetabulum. The full spectrum of the evaluation, diagnostic work up and treatment options of these fractures will be covered. An integrated multidisciplinary approach to comprehensive treatment is provided by a renowned faculty of experts. Surgical approaches will be practiced on cadaveric stations. In addition to lectures and workshops, interactive sessions with the discussion of clinical scenarios, their optimal management along with case presentations.

 

Topics to include:

 

Pelvic Ring

· Anatomy and radiology

· Injury classification

· Approaches: anterior and posterior (cadaveric dissections)

· Principles of acute management

· Indications of operative treatment according to the type of lesion

· Anterior ring reconstruction

· Posterior ring reconstruction

· Practical workshops: application of external fixators, pubic symphysis plating

· Case presentations

 

Acetabulum

· Anatomy and radiology

· Injury classification

· Approaches: Kocher-Langenbeck, Ilioinguinal and Stoppa (cadaveric dissections)

· Principles of management

· Indications of operative treatment according to the type of lesion

· Practical workshops: ORIF of the posterior wall

 

Special Situations

· Management of fractures in the elderly

· Management of mal-unions

· Pelvic instability

· Thromboprophylaxis

· Case presentations

 

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