GUEST SPEAKERS

No.

Name

Photo

Country

Topics

1. 

Michael Mayer

Germany

 

2.         

Johannes Correll

Germany

 

3. 

Winfried Winkelmann

 

Germany

1-Tumour prostheses in large revsision.

2-Tumour cases for hip and knee joint.

4. 

Susanne Fuchs Winkelmann

Germany

1-infected knee doprostheses.

2- Replacement of patella and total knee joint prostgesis.

5. 

Markus Schofer

 

Germany

1- Operative treatment of rotator cuff tears The current situation

2- The SLAP lesion: how to diagnose and treat

6. 

Niklaus F. Friederich

Switzerland

 

7. 

Tetsuo Hotta

Japan

 

8. 

Hwan Seong Cho

Korea

1-Joint-Preserving Limb salvage surgery under navigation guidance

2-Computer-assisted sacral tumor resection.

3-Our way of sugical treatment of giant cell tumor of bone.

9. 

Takahiro Yoshizawa

 

Japan

1-The management of traumatic soft tissue injury with open fractureusing negative pressure wound therapy

2-Special infections in orthopedics: severe soft tissue infection (necrotizing fasciitis)

10.         

Stefano Boriani

 

Italy

1-Decision making process in spine metastases

2-Role of mini-invasive surgery in spine tumors

3-Ewing sarcoma of the Spine

4-Giant Cell Tumor of the Spine

5-Chordoma and Chondrosarcoma of the Spine

6-Osteosarcoma of the Spine

7-En Bloc resection of spine tumors: indications, results and complications

8-Diagnosis and Staging of primary bone tumors of the spine

11.         

Yoshinori Ishii

Japan

 

12.         

Karl_Josef Prommersberger

Germany

1- Corrective osteotomies for malunited fractures of the distal radius

2- Disorders of the distal radio-ulnar joint following fractures of the distal radius

13.         

Manabe

 

Japan

 

14.         

Moheb Moneim

USA

Lectures:

1- Wrist Arthroscopy; an update.

2- Scaphoid Fractures; an update

Paper:

1-Technique of four corner fusion using headless screws.

15.         

Jochen Eulert

Germany

1-Soft Tissue Management in Total Knee Replacement

16.         

Cody Eric BŁnger

Denmark

1-Global challenges in Orthopedics.

17.         

Mori

Japan

 

18.         

J. van Schoonhoven

Germany

 

19.         

Takashi Shimoji

 

Japan

 

20.         

Johannes M. Rueger

 

Germany

 

21.         

W. Knopp

Germeny

1-Periprosthetic Fractures.

2-Determinants Of Quality Of Life After Open Tibial Shaft Fractures Findings Of A Multicenter Study.

22.         

Bahir Elias

France

 

23.  

Piero Vittorio Frediani

 

Italy

1-Neck femour fracture in paediatric age or lower limb assial correction with eight plate or hip protesis in young people.

24.  

Patricia Fucs

Brasil

 

25.  

George H. Thompson

 

USA

 

26.  

Ken N Kuo

Taiwan

 

27.  

Toshio Fujii

 

Japan

1- Open reduction of the hip in AMC(Arthrogryposis)

2- Limb salvage treatment for congenital tibial hemimelia

28.  

Origo Carlo Enrico

 

Italy

 

29.  

Dennis Roy

 

USA

 

30.  

Bjarne Møller-Madsen

 

Denemark

 

31.  

Freeman Miller

 

USA

1- Treatment of spastic hip disease

2- Scoliosis management in Cerebral Palsy

3- Managing foot deformities in Patients with spasticity

4- Upper Extremity management in Children with Cerebral Palsy

5- Current management of spasticity

6- Management of gait disorders in Cerebral Palsy

7- General overview Etiology, Epidemiology and General Management of Children with Cerebral Palsy

32.         

Göran Hansson

 

Sweden

1-Lessons learnt from 50 years experience of screening and treating newborn infants with unstable hips in Sweden

2-Which nail and how many shall be used when treating children with Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)

3-Use of Ultrasonography for Assessment of Clubfoot Patho-anatomy

33.         

Baxter Willis

 

Canada

1- combined Femoral and Pelvic Osteotomy alone in the treatment of hip dysplasia in children with cerebral palsy

2- Unstable scaphoid nonunions in children and adolescents-surgical treatment with internal fixation and bone grafting.

3- Medical patellofemoral ligament reconstruction in recurrent patellar dislocation in children and adolescents

4- What proportion of patients need extensive surgery after failure of the ponseti technique for clubfoot?

5- Adolescent blount's disease-use of a medical opening wedge osteotomy and special plate.

34.         

Lascombes Pirre

 

France

1-Interest of flexible intramedullary nailing in progressive bone lengthenoing with circular external fixator (P Lascombes, D Popkov, P Journeau, A Popkov, T Haumont)

 2- malignant bone tumors in children: reconstruction with free vascularized fibula and massive allograft (P Lascombes, P Journeau, G Dautel, T Haumont, S Barbary)

35.

Goran Hansson

 

 

36.

Oheneba Boachie-Adjei

USA

 

37.

Richard E. McCarthy

 

USA

 

38.

Lawrence G. Lenke

 

USA

 

39.

George H. Thompson

 

USA

 

40.

Behrooz A. Akbarnia

 

 

41.

Kamal N. Ibrahim

USA

 

42.

Laurel C. Blakemore

USA

 

43.

Hilali H. Noordeen

UK

 

44.

Baron S. Lonner

 

USA

 

45.

Mohammed Diab

 

USA

 

46.

Khaled Kebaish

 

 

 

47.

Anis Mekhail

 

 

48.

Dennis G. Crandall

 

 

 

49.

Robin Allum

 

 

50.

Heinrich Boehm

 

 

51.

Luca Marciandi

 

 

52.

Michael Thomas

 

 

53.

Kiyoshi Kaneda

 

 

54.

Helmy Fekry

British

1. How to reduce surgery time in performing computer navigated Total Knee Replacement.

2. The Direct Anterior Approach (DAA) in performing Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement.