The Oxford-Aspetar-La Trobe Young Athlete’s Hip Webinar Series: Hip dysplasia, cam morphology and FAI syndrome – is there a link?

Julie Sandell Jacobsen, Inger Mechlenburg, Paul Dijkstra, Siôn Glyn-Jones

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Abstract

Overall Objectives
Following this webinar series participants will be able to:
1. Discuss terminology and definitions for primary cam morphology and
femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome
2. Compare imaging outcome measures in research studies on how primary cam
morphology develops and in clinical practice when treating patients with FAI
syndrome
3. List the risk factors for primary cam morphology in athletes and discuss the
definition, measurement and reporting of these
4. Describe potential benefits and harms of screening for primary cam morphology in athletes, including wise treatment strategies, overdiagnosis and overtreatment
5. Describe hip dysplasia and its role in FAI
6. Discuss primary cam morphology prognosis, including who is likely to develop FAI syndrome and hip osteoarthritis?
7. Discuss wise clinical management of asymptomatic athletes with primary cam
morphology and those with FAI syndrome
8. Develop a research plan for prospective research on aetiology and prognosis of hip conditions in the young athlete
9. Develop a plan for Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in hip research
10. Discuss the role of prospective individual participant data meta-analyses in research on primary cam morphology formation and prognosis
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateFeb 2021
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2021
EventThe Oxford-Aspetar-La Trobe Young Athlete’s Hip Webinar Series: The Young Athlete’s Hip Research (YAHiR) Collaboration - Online
Duration: 1 Nov 202031 Oct 2021
https://www.ndorms.ox.ac.uk/events/Oxford-Hip-2021

Conference

ConferenceThe Oxford-Aspetar-La Trobe Young Athlete’s Hip Webinar Series
LocationOnline
Period01/11/2031/10/21
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Keywords

  • disease, health science and nursing

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