Thursday 13 January
07:20

Thursday 13 January

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AT01
07:20 - 08:00

Practical workshop 1: High tibial osteotomies
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Room 2

Thursday 13 January

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AT02
07:20 - 08:00

Practical workshop 2: Meniscus-clinical examination & rehab
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Room 3
08:15

Thursday 13 January

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A200
08:15 - 08:25

Welcome

Plenary Room
08:25

Thursday 13 January

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A201
08:25 - 09:10

Opening session

08:25 - 08:40 Evidence versus surgical reality: gap between science and practice. Philippe BEAUFILS (Retired) (Versailles, France), Jon KARLSSON (Sweden)
08:40 - 08:55 Importance of genetics in meniscus and cartilage. Linda SANDELL (Founding Director, Musculoskeletal Research Center) (St. Louis, USA)
08:55 - 09:10 Can identification of bone morphology help us predict the future of our knees? Peter VERDONK (Orthopaedic Surgeon) (ANTWERP, Belgium)
Plenary Room
09:10

Thursday 13 January

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A202
09:10 - 10:10

Medial ramp injuries

09:10 - 09:22 Critical overview of medial ramp lesions. Romain SEIL (PAST Président ESSKA) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
09:22 - 09:30 Surgical anatomy of the medial meniscus ramp. Robert LAPRADE (Complex Knee Surgeon) (Edina, USA)
09:30 - 09:38 Factors associated with medial ramp lesions. Caroline MOUTON (PhD, Head of Research) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
09:38 - 09:43 How I do a medial ramp repair? Cécile TOANEN (Praticien Hospitalier) (La Roche-Sur-Yon, France)
09:43 - 09:51 Outcome of medial ramp repair. Mathieu THAUNAT (MD) (LYON, France)
09:51 - 10:10 Discussion.
Plenary Room
10:10 Coffee break
10:40

Thursday 13 January

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A204
10:40 - 11:40

Cartilage session

Moderator: Henning MADRY (Director) (HOMBURG/SAAR, Germany)
10:40 - 10:48 Know before you go – updated algorithm for decision making in cartilage repair. Mustafa KARAHAN (Professor) (Istanbul, Turkey)
10:48 - 10:56 Malalignment and effects on meniscus and cartilage in the tibiofemoral compartment. Andreas IMHOFF (Chairman) (Munich, Germany)
10:56 - 11:04 Update on marrow stimulation. Stefan NEHRER (Dean of Faculty Health and Medicine) (Krems, Austria)
11:04 - 11:12 Update on autologous chondrocyte implantation. Peter ANGELE (Germany)
11:12 - 11:20 Update on osteochondral transplants and mosaicplasty. Cécile TOANEN (Praticien Hospitalier) (La Roche-Sur-Yon, France)
11:20 - 11:40 Discussion.
Plenary Room
11:40

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A206
11:40 - 12:10

Industry workshop

Plenary Room
12:10

Thursday 13 January

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A207
12:10 - 13:00

Lunch break

Plenary Room
13:00

Thursday 13 January

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A208
13:00 - 13:30

Industry workshop

Plenary Room
13:30

Thursday 13 January

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A209
13:30 - 14:50

Lateral root tears

13:30 - 13:42 Critical overview of ACL associated lateral root tears. Wolf PETERSEN (Director) (Berlin, Germany)
13:42 - 13:50 Pivot shift and injured lateral root in ACL injured knees. Volker MUSAHL (Professor) (Pittsburgh, USA)
13:50 - 13:58 MRI signs for lateral meniscus posterior root tears in ACL injuries. Hideyuki KOGA (Speaker) (Tokyo, Japan)
13:58 - 14:06 Techniques and results of lateral meniscus root avulsions. Robert LAPRADE (Complex Knee Surgeon) (Edina, USA)
14:06 - 14:14 The parrot-beak tear (type II) lesion: repair or neglect? Peter VERDONK (Orthopaedic Surgeon) (ANTWERP, Belgium)
14:14 - 14:22 Type III lateral root tears (MF ligament): do they exist? Wolf PETERSEN (Director) (Berlin, Germany)
14:22 - 14:27 Lateral root instability: a new entity? Christophe JACQUET (interne) (Marseille, France)
14:27 - 14:50 Discussion.
Plenary Room
14:50

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A210
14:50 - 16:00

Pediatric meniscus

14:50 - 14:58 Secondary meniscus injuries in ACL insufficient knees. Guri EKAS (Consultant, University lecturer) (Oslo, Norway)
14:58 - 15:06 Medial ramp lesions in pediatric knees. Franck CHOTEL (Chef de service) (Lyon, France)
15:06 - 15:14 Hypermobile meniscus: diagnosis and treatment. Sang Hak LEE (Associate professor) (Seoul, Korea, Republic of)
15:14 - 15:22 Discoid meniscus: a new perspective? Loic GEFFROY (orthopediste) (Nantes, France)
15:22 - 15:30 Osteochondritis Dissecans: update 2021. Stefano ZAFFAGNINI (DIRECTOR) (BOLOGNA, Italy)
15:30 - 15:38 Update ESSKA Pediatric ACL Monitoring Initiative (PAMI). Romain SEIL (PAST Président ESSKA) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
15:38 - 16:00 Discussion.
Plenary Room
16:00 Coffee break
16:30

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A213
16:30 - 18:00

Can meniscal repair prevent early OA?

Moderator: Henning MADRY (Director) (HOMBURG/SAAR, Germany)
16:30 - 16:38 Topographic analysis of osteochondral changes after partial menisectomy. Henning MADRY (Director) (HOMBURG/SAAR, Germany)
16:38 - 16:46 What can imaging procedures tell us about early OA after meniscus surgery? Stefan NEHRER (Dean of Faculty Health and Medicine) (Krems, Austria)
16:46 - 16:54 The concept of meniscus centralization: technique and early results. Hideyuki KOGA (Speaker) (Tokyo, Japan)
16:54 - 17:02 Repair of bucket-handle meniscus tears: what to expect in the long term-follow-up? Michael HANTES (University of Thessaly) (Larissa, Greece)
17:02 - 17:10 Long term cartilage status after meniscal repair. Roland BECKER (Head of the Department) (Brandenburg, Germany)
17:10 - 17:20 Imaging versus functional results: what's more important? Michael HIRSCHMANN (Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology) (Bruderholz, Switzerland), Bertrand SONNERY-COTTET (MD) (Lyon, France)
17:20 - 17:50 Discussion.
Plenary Room
18:00

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A214
18:00 - 18:30

Social lecture

Moderators: Savvas PAPASAVVAS (Luxembourg), Romain SEIL (PAST Président ESSKA) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Plenary Room
18:30

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A215
18:30 - 19:30

Welcome reception

Plenary Room
Friday 14 January
07:20

Friday 14 January

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AT01bis
07:20 - 08:00

Practical workshop 1: High tibial osteotomies
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Room 2

Friday 14 January

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AT02bis
07:20 - 08:00

Practical workshop 2: Meniscus-clinical examination & rehab
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Room 3
08:00

Friday 14 January

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A300
08:00 - 08:30

Industry workshop

Plenary Room
08:30

Friday 14 January

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A302
08:30 - 10:15

Meniscus and cartilage replacement

Moderator: René VERDONK (prof em) (GENT, Belgium)
08:30 - 08:38 Meniscus Transplant/Substitution Using Autologous Tendon Graft: Early Experiences. Karl ERIKSSON (Asst Professor) (Stockholm, Sweden)
08:38 - 08:46 New frontiers on meniscal regeneration : The MEFISTO European Project. Elizaveta KON (Associated Professor of Orthopedic surgery) (Mialn, Italy)
08:46 - 08:59 Mid term results of polyurethane meniscal scaffold: european multicentric study. Cécile TOANEN (Praticien Hospitalier) (La Roche-Sur-Yon, France), Aad DHOLLANDER (orthopedic surgeon) (Brasschaat, Belgium)
08:59 - 09:07 Long term results of collagen meniscus implantation. Stefano ZAFFAGNINI (DIRECTOR) (BOLOGNA, Italy)
09:07 - 09:15 Results Of Primary And Revision ACL Reconstruction With Meniscal Transplant: Good Results In Selected Patients. Tim SPALDING (Orthopaedic Surgeon) (London, United Kingdom)
09:15 - 09:23 Meniscal allograft transplantation and anterior intermeniscal ligament suture: clinical and imaging outcomes. Nicolas PUJOL (Chef de Service) (Versailles, France)
09:23 - 09:31 Nu Surface: where are we? Vincenzo CONDELLO (Orthopaedic Surgeon) (Bergamo, Italy)
09:31 - 09:49 Focal metal or plastic cartilage resurfacing implants: what to expect? Mathias FEUCHT (Associate Professor) (Munich, Germany)
09:49 - 09:59 Imaging versus functional results: what's more important? Pablo GELBER (Consultant) (Barcelona, Spain), Peter VERDONK (Orthopaedic Surgeon) (ANTWERP, Belgium)
09:59 - 10:15 Discussion.
Plenary Room
10:15 Coffee break
10:45

Friday 14 January

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A301
10:45 - 12:00

Medial root tears

Moderator: Romain SEIL (PAST Président ESSKA) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
10:45 - 10:57 Critical overview of medial root tears. Nicolas PUJOL (Chef de Service) (Versailles, France)
10:57 - 11:05 Root tears of the medial meniscus: the Asian perspective. Hideyuki KOGA (Speaker) (Tokyo, Japan)
11:05 - 11:13 Distraction Forces On The Meniscal Roots Depend On Axial Loading Rather Than Flexion. Elmar HERBST (Resident) (Muenster, Germany)
11:13 - 11:21 Medial meniscus root tears and spontaneous osteonecrosis of the medial femoral condyle. Robert LAPRADE (Complex Knee Surgeon) (Edina, USA)
11:21 - 11:29 10 years of root repairs: what's the outcome? Christophe HULET (PUPH chirurgie orthopédique) (CAEN, France)
11:29 - 11:39 Should we repair isolated medial meniscus root tears in high level athletes? Jacques MENETREY (Médecin chef) (Genève, Switzerland), Robert LAPRADE (Complex Knee Surgeon) (Edina, USA)
11:39 - 12:00 Discussion.
Plenary Room
12:00

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A305
12:00 - 12:30

Industry workshop

Plenary Room
12:30

Friday 14 January

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A306
12:30 - 13:20

Lunch break

Plenary Room
13:20

Friday 14 January

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A307
13:20 - 13:50

Industry workshop

Plenary Room
13:50

Friday 14 January

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A308
13:50 - 14:20

Industry workshop

Plenary Room
14:20

Friday 14 January

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A313
14:20 - 14:40

Surgical Education

Moderator: Hervé THOMAZEAU (Emeritus Professor) (Rennes, France)
14:20 - 14:30 ESSKA Core Curriculum 2020 (focus on the knee). Martin LIND (surgeon) (Aarhus, Denmark)
14:30 - 14:40 Virtual reality arthroscopy simulator relevance for the meniscus. Alexandre TRONCHOT (Interne) (Rennes, France)
Plenary Room
14:40

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A304
14:40 - 16:05

Osteotomy

Moderator: Dietrich PAPE (Co Chair) (LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg)
14:40 - 14:48 Unloading and cartilage regeneration in animal models – the biologic perspective. Henning MADRY (Director) (HOMBURG/SAAR, Germany)
14:48 - 14:58 Is there difference between focal cartilage lesion and early osteoarthritis? Peter ANGELE (Germany), Jean-Marie FAYARD (Chirurgien) (Lyon, France)
14:58 - 15:06 HTO: a pre op scoring system for a proper indication. Camille STELTZLEN (Praticien hospitalier) (Versailles, France)
15:06 - 15:14 Meniscal transplantation and osteotomy: sense or non-sense? Juan-Carlos MONLLAU-GARCIA (Head of Department) (Barcelona, Spain)
15:14 - 15:24 Osteotomy or unicompartimental knee prosthesis: what is better for sports practice? Jean-Marie FAYARD (Chirurgien) (Lyon, France), Dietrich PAPE (Co Chair) (LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg)
15:24 - 15:32 Surgical risk factors for HTO. Ryohei TAKEUCHI (Chief Doctor) (Yokohama, Japan)
15:32 - 15:40 Slope changes and ligament injuries in the malaligned knee. Ronald VAN HEERWAARDEN (Orthopedic Surgeon) (Mill, The Netherlands)
15:40 - 16:05 Discussion.
Plenary Room
16:05

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A312
16:05 - 17:05

Meniscus and sports

16:05 - 16:13 Prevention of meniscus injuries in sports: fact or fiction? Thomas TISCHER (Head of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery) (Erlangen, Germany)
16:13 - 16:21 Medial meniscus repair or resection in the ACL injured knee in athletes? Bertrand SONNERY-COTTET (MD) (Lyon, France)
16:21 - 16:29 Meniscus repair or resection in the stable knee in athletes? Andy WILLIAMS (Mr) (London, United Kingdom)
16:29 - 16:37 Post traumatic lateral meniscus instability in ACL injured knees. Jacques MENETREY (Médecin chef) (Genève, Switzerland)
16:37 - 16:45 Acute ACL reconstruction and meniscus repair in professional skiers. Christian FINK (Orthopaedic Surgeon,) (INNSBRUCK, Austria)
16:45 - 17:05 Discussion.
Plenary Room
17:05 Coffee break
17:35

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A309
17:35 - 19:00

ACL and meniscus

17:35 - 17:43 Profile of meniscus injuries in ACL injured patients. Amanda MAGOSCH (Student) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
17:43 - 17:51 Anterior tibial translation in the sagittal plane and its implications for the meniscus: a forgotten entity? David DEJOUR (chirurgien) (Lyon, France)
17:51 - 17:59 Passive anterior tibial translation on MRI. Shahnaz KLOUCHE (Médecin directrice de la recherche scientifique) (Paris, France)
17:59 - 18:07 Concomitant Repair Of Displaced Bucket Handle Repairs And ACL Reconstruction. Sebastian KOPF (Attending) (Brandenburg, Germany)
18:07 - 18:15 Secondary meniscus lesions in ACL reconstructed knees in the long term. Patrick DJIAN (Orthopedic Surgeon) (PARIS, France)
18:15 - 18:23 Rotatory instability: meniscal repair and/or extraarticular lateral reconstruction? Matthieu OLLIVIER (Professor) (Marseille, France)
18:23 - 18:31 ACL reconstruction and meniscal repair: long term results. Karl ERIKSSON (Asst Professor) (Stockholm, Sweden)
18:31 - 19:00 Discussion.
Plenary Room
20:30

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A314
20:30 - 00:00

Congress Dinner

Plenary Room
Saturday 15 January
08:30

Saturday 15 January

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A400
08:30 - 09:30

Rehabilitation

Moderator: Jan CABRI (Director) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
08:30 - 09:00 Return-to-sport after meniscal transplantation. Stefano ZAFFAGNINI (DIRECTOR) (BOLOGNA, Italy)
09:00 - 09:30 From biomechanics to physiotherapy: application to meniscal repair. Nicholas DEPHILLIPO (USA)
Plenary Room
09:30

Saturday 15 January

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A402
09:30 - 11:00

Rehabilitation - practical session 1

09:30 - 09:45 Rationale and implementation of knee injury prevention programs. Suzanne GARD (Physiotherapist) (Lausanne, Switzerland)
09:45 - 10:00 The clinical milestones of rehabilitation after isolated meniscal surgery. Anouk URHAUSEN (Luxembourg)
10:00 - 10:15 Load monitoring strategies after meniscal surgery. Jérôme PAULS (Physiotherapist) (LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg)
10:15 - 10:30 Sport-specific rehabilitation before and after concomitant meniscal repair and ACL reconstruction. Nina GOEDERT (Physiotherapist) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
10:30 - 11:00 Discussion.
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Saturday 15 January

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A401
09:30 - 11:00

Basic science and future perspective of meniscus related res

09:30 - 09:38 Anatomy and vascularisation of the meniscus. Robert SMIGIELSKI (Head) (Warsaw, Poland)
09:38 - 09:46 The anatomical interaction between the medial ramp and the semimembranosus. Ivan SAENZ (Associated professor) (Barcelona, Spain)
09:46 - 09:54 Meniscal vascularisation: an experimental study. Cyrille DECANTE (pediatric surgeon) (Nantes, France)
09:54 - 10:02 Age related differences of neuronal structures in the meniscus. Theresa DIERMEIER (Germany)
10:02 - 10:10 What makes the meniscus a unique multi functional structure. A journey inside the meniscus from nano to macroscale. Olga BARRERA (Senior research fellow) (OXFORD, United Kingdom)
10:10 - 10:18 Degeneration Alters First The Biomechanical Properties Of Human Menisci Before Affecting The Tibial Cartilage. Andreas SEITZ (Group Head Joint Biomechanics) (Ulm, Germany)
10:18 - 10:26 Biologics for meniscal healing. Laura DE GIROLAMO (Head of Research Unit) (Milan, Italy)
10:26 - 11:00 Discussion.
Plenary Room
11:00 Coffee break
11:30

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A406
11:30 - 13:00

Rehabilitation - practical session 2

11:30 - 13:00 The decision-making process for return-to-sport after meniscal surgery. Ben MOES (Luxembourg), Jérôme PAULS (Physiotherapist) (LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg), Nina GOEDERT (Physiotherapist) (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
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A405
11:30 - 13:00

Future perspective of meniscus related research Part 2

11:30 - 11:38 The Meniscus Tear: A Review of Stem Cell Therapies. Norimasa NAKAMURA (Prof.) (Osaka, Japan)
11:38 - 11:46 How molecular biologics can help us understand and improve meniscus disease. Magali CUCCHIARINI (Professor (PhD)) (Homburg, Germany)
11:46 - 11:54 Effect of meniscocapsular and meniscotibial based lesions on knee laxity in ACLd and ACLR knees : Biomechanical study. Nicholas DEPHILLIPO (USA)
11:54 - 12:02 Biomechanics of posterolateral meniscus root tears. James ROBINSON (United Kingdom)
12:02 - 12:10 Micro flow imaging in high resolution ultrasound. Burt KLOS (Medical director) (Schijndel, The Netherlands)
12:10 - 12:18 Is there a place for repair of radial meniscus lesions: biomechanical analysis of four suturing techniques. Ryosuke KURODA (kurodar@med.kobe-u.ac.jp) (Kobe, JAPAN, Japan)
12:18 - 12:26 Collagen Matrix Wrapping and Bone Marrow Blood Injection: Clinical Effectiveness in the treatment of meniscal tears. Tomasz PIONTEK (Poland)
12:26 - 13:00 Discussion.
Plenary Room