BOA Virtual Congress 2020 - Free Papers - Sports Trauma

10:30AM - 12:00PM 24th Sep 2020 Venue : Online Congress

10:35 - 10:43
6 - Minimally invasive lower leg fasciotomy for chronic exertional compartment syndrome- how safe is it?
P Grechenig1, EM Valsamis2, T Muller1, A Gansslen3, G Hohenberger1
1Institute of Anatomy, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria, 2Oxford Univeristy Hospitals NHS Trust, Oxford, United Kingdom, 3Klinikum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany

10:43 - 10:51
146 - The Impact of Exercise on the Development of Varus Knee Morphology during Adolescence: A Cross-sectional Cohort of Elite Footballers and Controls
S Fernquest1, T Lloyd1, M Gimpel2, R Birchall2, A Carr1, S Glyn-Jones1, A Palmer1
1University of Oxford, NDORMS, Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Southampton Football Club, Southampton, United Kingdom

10:51 - 10:59
211 - A survey of over 700 patients with proximal hamstring rupture. Patient experiences, complications and outcomes
R. Hackney1, R. Hackney2
1Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 2Spire Hospital Leeds, Orthopaedics, Leeds, United Kingdom

10:59 - 11:07
238 - The Oswestry-Bristol Classification (OBC): A New Assessment Tool to Grade Trochlear Dysplasia
N Sharma1, A Brown1, T Bouras1, J Herman Kuiper1, J Eldridge2, A Barnett1
1Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trusts, Trauma & Orthopedics, Oswestry, United Kingdom, 2Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol, United Kingdom

11:07 - 11:15
240 - Decellularised Porcine Xenograft for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Histological Study in Sheep Comparing Cross Pin and Cortical Suspensory Femoral Fixation
A Hexter1, F Haddad2, G Blunn3
1UCL Institute of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Sciences, Stanmore, United Kingdom, 2University College London Hospitals, London, United Kingdom, 3University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

11:15 - 11:23
246 - Do patients return to sport after the Laterjet surgery?
A Gough1, T Batten1, P Guyver1, A Murphy1
1University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, Trauma & Orthopaedics, Plymouth, United Kingdom

11:23 - 11:31
J Sayani1, T Plotkin2, D Burchette1, J Phadnis3
1East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, Orthopaedics, Hastings, United Kingdom, 2Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, United Kingdom, 3Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, Brighton, United Kingdom

11:31 - 11:39
424 - Surgical Repair of Distal Musculotendinous T Junction Injuries of the Biceps Femoris
B Kayani1, A Ayoub1, F Begum1, S Singh1, FS Haddad1
1University College London Hospital, London, United Kingdom

11:39 - 11:47
638 - Meniscal Repair and Concurrent ACL Reconstruction: Does Autograft Choice Effect Healing of the Meniscus?
M. Walker1, A. Barnett1, P. Gallacher1
1The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Department of Sports Knee Surgery, Oswestry, United Kingdom

11:47 - 11:55
1192 - The higher rate of injury following the Covid-19 Lockdown period in elite professional footballers highlights the importance of pre-season training
A. Tang1, J. Ranson1, N. Jain1
1Pennine Acute Trust, Trauma & Orthopaedics, Manchester, United Kingdom

11:55 - 12:03
1208 - Soaking hamstring graft with gentamicin decreases deep infection rates in ACL reconstruction
P. Moriarty1, C. Wallace1, J. Chang1, F. Haddad1,2
1University College London Hospitals, Orthopaedics, London, United Kingdom, 2The Princess Grace Hospital, London, United Kingdom

12:03 - 12:11
1877 - Is a minimum of 20mm of intra-femoral tunnel graft length really needed for successful outcomes after arthroscopic ACL reconstruction? - A myth confuted by a cohort study
V. Khanna1, P. Gupta2, A. Acharya2, A. Mourya2
1Wrightington Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, Orthopaedics, Wigan, United Kingdom, 2Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy, New Delhi, India