Program Thursday, April 13th

Registration & Opening (8:00-9:30)

Petra Heesterbeek
9:10Opening Lecture – The future of sharing data
Mark Van Houdenhoven, Sint Maartenskliniek

Session 1: CT vs RSA (9:30-10:30)

Moderators: Stephan Röhrl & Nienke de Laat
9:30Spotlight: CT based Migration Analysis
Olof Sandberg
9:35CT-RSA is a novel tool to evaluate implant migration with good measurement precision. Harmonization in image acquisition might improve precision
Olof Sandberg
9:44Volumetric matching micro motion analysis to measure cup migration in CT-data: A clinical validation experiment
Bart Kaptein
9:53CT-based migration analysis is more precise than radiostereometric analysis in total knee arthroplasty – a phantom study and first clinical results
Lars Harald William Engseth
Nominated for Best Presentation
10:02Volumetric matching micromotion analysis to measure migration of tibial components in CT images: A clinical validation study of 24 patients
Nienke de Laat
Nominated for Best Presentation
10:11Comparison of marker-based RSA and CT-RSA in analysis of micromotions after correction osteotomy of the distal radius: a retrospective study of 24 patients up to 1 year
Olof Sandberg

Break: (10:30-11:00)

Session 2: Migration – Hip (11:00-12:30)

Moderators: Gijs van Hellemondt & Amanda Klaassen
11:00Spotlight: Migration analysis of the hip
Trevor Gascoyne
11:05Radiostereometric analysis of a novel reverse total hip system
Trevor Gascoyne
11:14The relation between cup and stem migration over five-year follow-up in press-fit total hip arthroplasty (THA), an explorative analysis using radiostereometric analysis (RSA)
Amanda Klaassen
11:23A randomized controlled trial evaluating a short, proximally coated, triple-taper blade femoral stem versus a self-locking stem with reinforced proximal body: A 2-year radiostereometric analysis
Andreas Fontalis
11:32Migration patterns of acetabular cups: A systematic review and meta-analysis of RSA studies
Chan Hee Cho
11:41The migration patterns of two reduced length total hip arthroplasty stems
Glen Richardson
11:50Fixation and migration of the G7 BiSpherical acetabular system combined with the GTS stem for total hip arthroplasty – an RSA study
Ian Blom
12:59Similar results after 5 years with use of the Fitmore or the CLS stem. Randomized study of 35 patients simultaneously operated with bilateral total hip arthroplasty
Johan Kärrholm
12:08Migration and stabilization of a shortened hip stem is comparable to a standard length hip stem in cementless total hip arthroplasty. Results of a randomized controlled trial with 2 year follow-up
Lennard Koster
12:17Highly porous tantalum acetabular components without ancillary screws have similar migration at five years when compared with titanium components with ancillary screw fixation: a randomized controlled trial
Stuart Callary

Rapid fire session 1 (12:30-12:45)

Moderators: Bart Kaptein & Dennis Janssen
13:30Mid-term migration patterns and patient reported hip function five years after primary uncemented total hip arthroplasty
Nienke Willigenburg
12:32Comparison of Zimmer Acetabular System to the Allofit Cup with Roentgen Stereophotogrammetric Analysis (RSA) in Total Hip Arthroplasty
Ian Blom
12:34Mid-term performance of a bicruciate-retaining TKA, a radiostereometric analysis
Kelly Mills
12:36Radiostereometric analysis of hydroxyapatite and porous tritanium coated acetabular components in a randomized controlled trial shows comparable migration five years after uncemented THA
Lennard Koster
12:38Two year migration results of a neck preserving short stem – Is HA coating not beneficial anymore?
Michael Schwarze
12:40A Randomized Controlled Trial comparing two-year postoperative femoral and tibial migration of a new and an established cementless rotating platform total knee arthroplasty
Bart Kaptein
12:42Length changes of the medial patellofemoral ligament during in vivo knee motion: a dynamic evaluation using computed tomography
Miriam Boot

Lunch: (12:45-13:45)

Keynote 1: (13:45-14:15)

13:45No more toys for the boys or pearls for the girls: Future challenges & opportunities in surgical innovations
Maroeska Rovers, TechMed UTwente, Radboudumc

Session 3: Migration Knee (14:15-15:45)

Moderators: Simon van Laarhoven & Jordan Broberg
14:15Spotlight: Migration analysis of the Knee
Petra Heesterbeek
14:20Construct stability of revision total knee arthroplasty with tibial cones: Preliminary results of a radiostereometric analysis (RSA)
Petra Heesterbeek
14:29Increasing medial conformity of a tibial insert from intermediate to ball-in-socket does not increase tibial baseplate migration
Abby Niesen
14:38Inducible micromotion during step-up test evaluated in stabile and continuous migrating medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasties. A dynamic and static RSA study with minimum 5 years follow-up
Jonathan Jürgens-Lahnstein
14:47Inducible displacement of a cementless total knee replacement at one year post-operation
Jordan Broberg
14:56Topical Zoledronate decreases migration of cementless total knee arthroplasty by suppression of bone resorption: A randomized, double-blinded RSA study of 55 patients with 5 years follow-up
Karina Linde
Nominated for Best Presentation
15:05Early migration of total knee replacements; an updated systematic review, meta-analysis, and database study
Raymond Puijk
15:14Micromotion of a cemented hinged-type knee revision system, measured with model-based RSA
Simon van Laarhoven
15:23Comparing long-term migration of the same TKA design used in different RSA studies. 10-year follow-up of 5 randomized controlled trials using radiostereometric analysis
Thies van der Lelij
15:32Randomized controlled trial comparing traditional versus enhanced-fixation designs of a novel cemented total knee replacement tibial component
Trevor Gascoyne

Break: (15:45-16:15)

Tour de clinic & Discussions: (16:15-17:30)

Details will follow.

Conference Dinner: (18:30-22:30)

Fort Lent or “Sprokkelenburg”, is a former fortress built in 1862 to defend the city of Nijmegen, and the Waal bridge. It is the perfect place for a nice get-together on Thursday, 13 April 2022!

Note that you will need some travel time to go to Fort Lent from the conference venue!

More information about the conference dinner can be found here.

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