Cases and resources in orthopedics
This section provides a selection of resources provided by experts in orthopedics.
A 68-year-old woman has been suffering from mechanical bilateral knee pain for the past 6 years. The x-rays reveal complex right knee arthritis with ligament deficiency. How would you classify it and how would you manage this condition?
What are the therapeutic options in case of spontaneous pathological diaphyseal fracture of the right femur leading to the diagnosis of a dedifferentiated chondrosarcoma in a 52 year-old man? How would you manage this clinical case?
Frane Bukvić presents the case of a 34-year-old orthopaedic surgeon suffering from a symptomatic chondral ‘kissing’ lesion of patella and trochlea... How would manage this condition?
Watch this webinar to gain a comprehensive understanding of the state-of-the-art techniques to deal with the gap resulting from open-wedge high-tibial osteotomy.
The goals of this clinical case are to discuss the different therapeutic options in case of vicious callus of the proximal tibia, to discuss the physical examination of an unstable knee, and to propose an innovative technique.
Régis Pailhé shares his experience attending the first edition of the PCO course, with a special emphasis on the virtual fellowship that offers a unique opportunity to learn from diverse experts hailing from various countries.
Sébastien Parratte shares his impressions about the innovative congress format provided by PCO for the orthopedics community.
Peter Verdonk shares his vision for the future of orthopedics, emphasizing the importance of enhancing patient care through the precise alignment of suitable procedures with individual patients.
PCO Course session
This session from the PCO Course 2023 contains the following interventions: New technologies and orthopedics surgery, Three-dimensional modeling, Augmented reality in Orthopedics, Total knee replacement, Laser Osteotome
PCO Course session
Watch this session to learn more about personalized knee joint arthroplasty, how to do a calipered KA technique for total knee replacement, and restricted kinematic alignment as an alternative to MA.