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Relax with a Video at Multimedia Education Center

Take a break from the bustle of the Annual Meeting—and enjoy the best in orthopaedic video education—by relaxing at the Multimedia Education Center (MEC), located in Academy Hall, Moscone West, Level 1.

Open through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., the MEC includes a Featured Presentation Theatre that brings authors and participants together for engaging interactive discussions, and individual viewing stations enable you to focus on specific topics. Look for the Featured Presentation Theatre schedule each day in The Daily Edition AAOS Now; all sessions are free and open to all.

With 28 viewing stations, this year’s MEC gives attendees front-row seats for the very best in orthopaedic education. The 2012 award-winning instructional videos are featured at Stations 1–7, and can be see every day of the Annual Meeting.

Stations 8–28 include new video and multimedia programs, grouped by anatomic area. To increase your educational opportunities, the MEC is featuring two sets of programs: one for Tuesday and Wednesday (shown below), and a second set for Thursday through Saturday (included in Thursday’s Daily Edition AAOS Now). If you have the time, you can view different approaches to the same problem, learn how different surgeons perform the same procedure, or get an overview of several aspects of the same condition.

“We also have six ‘self-service’ stations,” said Kevin D. Plancher, MD, who chairs the Multimedia Education Center Subcommittee. “There, members can access any of the more than 180 videos available through the Orthopaedic Theater.”

Award-winning multimedia
The seven award-winning programs were selected by the Multimedia Education Center Subcommittee, based on their high production values, technical quality, educational merit, and clinical relevance.

This year’s outstanding programs are as follows:

    • Anterior Interbody Fusion in Cervical Disc Herniation by Cesare Faldini, MD; Alessandro Gasbarrini, MD; Mohammadreza Chehrassan, MD; Maria Teresa Miscione, MD; Francesco Acri, MD; Michele J. D’Amato, MD; Luca Boriani, MD; Stefano Boriani, MD; Sandro Giannini, MD

    • Arthroscopic Transscapsular Axillary Nerve Decompression by Peter J. Millett, MD, and Trevor R. Gaskill, MD

    • Crossed Muscular Flap Technique for the Treatment of Gluteal Insufficiency by Michael M. Nogler, MD, and Anton Schwabegger, MD

    • Cuboid Osteotomy Associated With Plantar Medial Release in Severe Untreated Clubfoot by Cesare Faldini, MD; Francesco Traina, MD; Francesco Acri, MD; Maria Teresa Miscione, MD; Matteo Nanni, MD; Danilo Leonetti, MD; Mohammadreza Chehrassan, MD; Stavroula Pagkrati, MD; Sandro Giannini, MD

    • Stay Out of Trouble in Elbow Surgery: Radial Nerve by Davide Blonna, MD; Alessandra Tellini, MD; Nicola Barbasetti di Prun, MD; Enrico Bellato, MD; Davide Bonasia, MD; Roberto Rossi, MD; Marco Assom, MD; and Filippo Castoldi, MD

    • One Staged Reconstruction of Multi-ligament Injured Knee by Sung-Jae Kim, MD; Yong-Min Chun, MD; Sung-Hwan Kim, MD; Sung-Guk Kim, MD; In-Sung Lee, MD; Hee-Don Han, MD; Sung-Hoon Kim, MD; and Hao Luo, MD

    • Endoscopic Repair of the Gluteus Medius: The Rotator Cuff of the Hip by Frank McCormick, MD, and Scott D. Martin, MD

Additional viewing opportunities
The following videos will be shown today and Wednesday; check Thursday’s Daily Edition AAOS Now for the Thursday through Saturday schedule.

  • Conversion of Fused Hips to Total Hip Arthroplasty—by Manuel Villanueva, MD, PhD; Antonio Rios-Luna, MD, PhD; Francisco Chana Rodriguez, MD, PhD; and Felipe Benito Del Carmen, MD (Station 8)
  • Minimally Invasive Anterior Approach for Simultaneous Bilateral Total Hip Replacement by Michael Leunig, MD; Florian Naal, MD; and Nicola Rusca (Station 9)
  • Reconstruction of Abductor Mechanism-Gluteus Maximus Flap Transfer by Leo A. Whiteside, MD, and Marcel Roy, PhD (Station 10)
  • Kinematic Alignment with Modified Conventional Instruments Instead of Patient-Specific Guides by Stephen M. Howell, MD (Station 11)
  • Arthroscopic Acetabular Recession with Chondrolabral Preservation: A Surgical Technique by Hasan Syed, MD, and Scott D. Martin, MD (Station 12)
  • Calcaneal Fractures: Evaluation and Surgical Treatment by Marco Baronetti, MD; Giovanni Maselli, MD; Giuseppe Ferrara, MD; Andrea Ferrulli, MD; and Raffaele Garofalo, MD (Station 13)
  • Hip Spica Cast: The Technique by Shital Parikh, MD, and Junichi Tamai, MD (Station 14)
  • Four Steps to Prevent Wrong-Site Surgery in Orthopaedics by Eric Jon Olson, MD (Station 15)
  • Arthroscopic Suprascapular Nerve Decompression: Etiology, Diagnosis, and Surgical Technique by Sanjeev Bhatia, MD; Adam B. Yanke, MD; Neil S. Ghodadra, MD; Seth Sherman, MD; Anthony A. Romeo, MD; and Nikhil N. Verma, MD (Station 16)
  • Humeral Avulsion of the Glenohumeral Ligament (HAGL) Lesion: Current Concept in Treatment and Management by Laith M. Jazrawi, MD; Edward Tang, MD; Joshua Namm, BA; Saqib Hasan, BS; Abiola Atanda, MD; and Kunal Kalra, MD (Station 17)
  • Reverse Shoulder Prosthesis for Fractures by Mark A. Mighell, MD, and Mark A. Frankle, MD (Station 18)
  • Surgical Anatomy of the Shoulder: Deep Inside for a Safe Surgery by Filippo Castoldi, MD; Francesco Caranzano, MD; Davide Blonna, MD; Roberto Rossi, MD; Marco Assom, MD; Davide Bonasia, MD; Antongiulio Marmotti, MD; and Federico Dettoni, MD (Station 19)
  • How to Perform a Lumbar Discectomy by Cesare Faldini, MD; Mohammadreza Chehrassan, MD; Francesco Acri, MD; Maria Teresa Miscione, MD; Valentina Persiani, MD; Paola Capra, MD; Camilla Pungetti, MD; Antonio Mazzotti, MD; and Sandro Giannini, MD (Station 20)
  • Failed MPFL Reconstruction—Analysis of Failure Factors by David A. Shneider, MD (Station 21)
  • Arthroscopic Management of Glenohumeral Arthrosis by Peter J. Millett, MD, and Trevor R. Gaskill, MD (Station 22)
  • One-Step Full-Thickness Knee Chondral Lesions Repair with BMAC and Collagen Matrix by Alberto Gobbi, MD; Georgios Karnatzikos, MD; and Somanna Malchira, MS (Station 23)
  • “Simple” Arthroscopic Anterior Capsulo-Labral Reconstruction of the Shoulder by Stephen J. Snyder, MD, and Jeffrey D. Jackson, MD (Station 24)
  • Surgical Technique: Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL)—Acute Meniscotibial Repair by David G. Gordon, MB, ChB, MD, and Leo A. Pinczewski, FRACS (Station 25)
  • The Treatment of Posteromedial Corner Injuries by Davide Bonasia, MD; Matteo Bruzzone, MD; Federico Dettoni, MD; Antongiulio Marmotti, MD; Davide Blonna, MD; Davide D’Elicio, MD; Filippo Castoldi, MD; and Roberto Rossi, MD (Station 26)
  • Femoral Osteochondroplasty and Acetabular Labrum Re-fixation in Femoroacetabular Impingement by Alessandro Mass√®, MD; Alessandro Aprato, MD; Marco Favuto, MD; Alberto Nicodemo, MD; and Reinhold Ganz, MD (Station 27)
  • Giant Cell Tumor of Proximal Tibia: Resection, Cryosurgery and Fixation with Intramedullary Rods, Cement and Screws by James C. Wittig, MD; Andrew Silverman, BS; Camilo Villalobos, MD; and Brett Hayden, BA; showing with Proximal Humerus Resection for Parosteal Osteosarcoma by Yvette Ho, MD; Camilo Villalobos, MD; and James C. Wittig, MD, and Low-Grade Chondrosarcoma of the Scapula: Limb-Sparing Partial Resection and Reconstruction by James C. Wittig, MD; Brett Hayden, BA; Camilo Villalobos, MD; and Andrew Silverman, BS (Station 28)

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