The Hip Revision Masterclass was held 9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany, with a panel of international expert faculty presenting practical guidance to overcome the challenges of medical and surgical management of revision hip surgery. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Managing Defects in Hip Revision – Case Study 1

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    Using a patient case study, Mr Stephen Jones discusses techniques to manage defects such as migration and pelvic discontinuity in revision hip surgery. Inviting debate on reconstruction approaches - including implant choice and reconstituting Kohler’s line - he shares the approach taken to achieve stable, reproducible results.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Acetabular Defects in Hip Revision - Case Study 2

    Mr Stephen Jones.

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    In this patient case study, Mr Stephen Jones welcomes discussion on different classification and assessment approaches for acetabular defects in revision arthroplasty. Sharing guidance on his chosen half-cup cage reconstruction technique - in the context of posterior and anterior column integrity – he outlines implant selection and the use of augments to achieve fixation.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Hemispherical Cups in Acetabular Revision – Q&A Discussion

    Stephen Jones.

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    Mr Stephen Jones takes questions from the audience about acetabular revision, sharing his expertise on how to address bone loss, type 3 defects and pelvic discontinuity. As part of the discussion around achieving stability and structural support, including the choice of femoral head size and using dual mobility cups, he shares his thoughts on the design rationale of porous metal implants.


    Filmed at the:
    2019 Hip Revision Masterclass Berlin, Germany
    and taking place 9-10 May 2019

    Chairman Professor Carsten Perka (DE)

  • Femoral Exposure and Managing Defects in Revision Hip Surgery

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    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf answers questions on femoral exposure in revision hip arthroplasty, particularly in cases of osteopenia. Sharing guidance on how to bring the femur forward, he outlines his preference for a posterior approach and technique to help avoid fracture, and the importance of having patience.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Modular vs Non-Modular Stems in Hip Revision – Panel Discussion

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    A surgeon panel debates the use of modular or non-modular stems for a range of circumstances and indications in revision arthroplasty. Discussing influencing factors such as bone quality, subsidence and peri-prosthetic fracture, they share views on tapered implant design, conical fixation and the use of intra-operative fluoroscopy.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • When to Use Distal Locking Screws in Hip Revision

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    In this discussion, surgeons debate how the use of interlocking femoral stems with distal locking screws affects fixation and stability in revision hip arthroplasty. Outlining the circumstances in which they may be used, and the advantages of tapered stem design, they discuss the relevance of reduced bone stock or femoral defects.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Do Sleeves Help Against Subsidence in Hip Revision?

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    On the subject of subsidence, the surgeon panel debates the use of sleeves in revision arthroplasty. Covering considerations such as bone reaming and measuring the zone of conical fixation, they discuss the more likely cause of undersized implant choice.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Dislocation in Hip Surgery – Moving from Modular to Non-Modular

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    On the subject of hip arthroplasty dislocation rates, the panel debates the move from modular to non-modular stems. Outlining the importance of pre-operative planning, they cover the offset options of the REDAPT™ system and the how subsidence can be an influencing factor.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Use of Proximal Sleeves in Hip Revision – Panel Discussion

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    Hips surgeons discuss the use of proximal sleeves with the REDAPT system, including alternative approaches for achieving fixation and stability. Outlining how the coating may contribute to bony in-growth, they share their personal preferences and techniques.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Debating the Use of Short Stems in Total Hip Surgery

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    The panel debates the role of short stems in total hip arthroplasty, and their impact on bypassing cortical defects and peri-prosthetic fracture. Each surgeon shares their experience on how taper angle and potential fixation issues influence implant choice.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Difficult Cases in Femoral & Acetabular Revision - Case Study

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    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf presents a difficult patient case study, inviting audience discussion on optimal approaches for implant removal, dislocation and reconstruction. Outlining various risk factors and key defect considerations, Dr Schwarzkopf details technique guidance, implant choice and the use of bone grafts.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Femoral and Acetabular Reconstruction - Case Study

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    Presenting a patient case study, Dr Ran Schwarzkopf shares tips for femoral and acetabular reconstruction. Inviting audience discussion on approaches to dislocation, capsular release and establishing the false canal, he details his preferred technique and implant choice in order to achieve optimal fixation.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Difficult Cases in Femoral Reconstruction – Case Study

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    Mr Sujith Konan presents a patient case study to outline approaches for femoral reconstruction. Having faced challenges of a previous hemiarthroplasty, dislocation, peri-prosthetic fracture and failed fixation, he discusses the various techniques for approaching reduced bone stock; with guidance for implant selection and avoiding intra-prosthetic fracture.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Techniques for Femoral Revision – Case Study

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    Mr Sujith Konan’s patient case study focuses on approaches to bypass defects and manage infection in femoral revision surgery. Inviting discussion from a surgeon audience, he outlines the impact on implant selection, the relevance of intraoperative histology and the use of antibiotics.

    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Hemispherical Cups in Acetabular Revision – Optimal Drilling

    Mr Stephen Jones.

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    Mr Stephen Jones shares his thoughts on inferior screw fixation, and how implant design contributes to fixation and stability in revision hip arthroplasty. With technique guidance on fixation to the ischium and pubis, particularly when defects are present, he outlines how the REDAPT system addresses variable screw angles and orientation.

  • Acetabular Revision – Bone Graft vs Metal Augments for Type III...

    Mr Stephen Jones.

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    Mr Stephen Jones discusses the difference between impaction bone grafts and metal augments for acetabular revisions with type III defects. Sharing his own preference and detailing the limitations of bone grafting, he outlines his approach to achieving stability, structural support and reproducible results.