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The Dr. Alcindo Silva, an orthopedic surgeion at the Hospital of Luz Arrábida (Vila Nova de Gaia), with special in- terest on the knee pathology, pre- sented in Tampa (USA), during the course Sports Medicine 2017 – Na- tional Summit: Advanced Tech- niques and New Technologies, which took place on October 2017, a new technique for the treatment of the anterior cruciate ligament rupture. It should be noted that Dr. Alcindo Silva was the only Euro- pean doctor invited to this course. This is a technique linked to the reconstruction of the anterior cru- ciate ligament of the knee, which is a very frequent injury in sports- men, particularly in soccer, and that uses a quadruple beam of semitendinosus and fixation with knobs. The several advantages of the technique is the use of only one tendon of the hamstrings and the fixation with knobs, increasing the rigidity of the fixation and re- ducing the risk of residual laxity. Figure 4 – MRI of the left hip (cross-section): cam type deformity. Figure 6 – X-ray after surgery (Dunn incidence) 3. 4. 5. This surgical technique has recently been published and worldwide widespread as a bro- chure, (http://www.traumapro. cz/ wp-Content/uploads/opertech_ ToggleLocXLinlineSilva. pdf) and as well as a video on one of the world’s largest platforms of surgi- cal procedures, in thehe Vumedi (https://www.vumedi.com/video/ all-inside-acl-reconstruction- with-quadrupled-semitendino- sus-with-toggleloc-and-toggleloc- xl/?campaign=NTI2:1fcHAB:7iJ 0FknCmtjlB-UCjJEaBJoJCBg&pl- acement=search). Figure 5 – X-ray after surgery (anteroposterior) 6. 7. 8. 9. in patients with mild slipped capital femoral epiphysis after in situ fixation. J Child Orthop 2015; doi 10.1007/s11832-015- 0707-3. Basheer, S. Z., Cooper, A. P., Maheshwari, B., Balakumar, B., Madan, S.. Arthroscopic treatment of femoroacetabular impinge- ment following slipped capital femoral epiphysis. Bone J Joint 2016; 98-B:21-7. Bellemans, J., Fabry, G., Molenaers, G., Lam- mens, J., Moens, P. Slipped capital femoral epiphysis: a long-term follow-up with special emphasis for remodeling. J Pediatr Orthop B 1996; 5:151-7. Ramachandran, M., Azegami, S., Hosalkar, H. S.. Current concepts in the treatment of adolescent femoroacetabular impinge- ment. J Child Orthop 2013; 7:79-90. Novais, E.N., Heyworth, B.E., Stamoulis, C., Sullivan, K., Millis, M.B., Kim, Y. Open surgi- cal treatment of femoroacetabular impin- gement in adolescent athletes: preliminary report on improvement of physical activity level. J Pediatr Orthop 2014; 34(3):287-294. Fraitzl, C. R., Kafer, W., Nelitz, M., Reichel, H.. Radiological evidence of femoroaceta- bular impingement in mild slipped capital femoral epiphysis. J Bone Joint Surg 2007; 89-B:1592-6. Wylie, J.D., Beckmann J.T., Maak, T.G., Aoki, S.K. Arthroscopic treatment of mild to moderate deformity after slipped capital femoral epiphysis: intra-operative findings and functional outcomes. J Arthrosc Rel Surg 2015; 31(2):247-253. Ziebarth, K., Leunig, M., Slongo, T., Kim, Y., Ganz, R. Slipped capital femoral epiphysis: relevant pathophysiological findings with open surgery. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2013; 471:2156–2162. 10. Wensaas, A., Gunderson, R.B., Svenningsen, S., Terjesen, T. Femoroacetabular impinge- ment after slipped upper femoral epiphy- sis. J Bone Joint Surg 2012; 94-B:1487-93. 11. Leunig, M., Horowitz, K., Manner, H., Ganz, R.. In situ pinning with arthroscopic osteoplasty for mild SCFE – a preliminary technical report. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2010; 468:3160-3167. 12. Philippon, M. J., Yen, Y. M., Brigs, K. K., Kuppersmith, D. A., Maxwell, R. B.. Early outcomes after hip arthroscopy for femo- roacetabular impingement in the athletic adolescent patient: a preliminary report. J Pediatr Orthop 2008; 28(7):705-710. 13. Clohisy, J. C., Zebala, L. P., Nepple, J. J., Pashos, G.. Combined hip arthroscopy and limited open osteochondroplasty for ante- rior femoroacetabular impingement. J Bone Joint Surg 2010; 92:1697-1706. Dear Spat associate You are receiving this magazine because is paid by the dues of some associates Revista de Medicina Desportiva informa september 2018 · 31