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hip impingement


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    • Capsulotomy 0 small
      • A capsulotomy is typically made through the iliofemoral ligament once the anterolateral and midanterior portals are established, allowing better access to the hip joint. This is performed with a retractable cannulated knife and/or CapsuleCut™ disposable blade, shavers, and radiofrequency devices.
    • Hip debridement 0 small
      • Debridement of degenerated labrum, chondral flaps, or synovitis is easily accomplished with Arthrex's selection of hip-length straight or curved shaver blades and ApolloRF® ablaters designed specifically for hip arthroscopic procedures.
    • Labral reconstruction 0 small
      • Once the allograft is prepared and ready for implantation, the holes are drilled for the 2.9 PushLock anchors in the acetabular rim where the location of the ends of the allograft will lay.  The suture in the allograft is then loaded into one of the PushLock anchors and inserted.  The other end of the graft is …
    • Labral repair 0 small
      • Using one of a number of Arthrex suture passing devices, stitches are placed in the labrum.  This can be of the simple suture configuration or labral base stitch with a single pass or in vertical mattress fashion.  When using SutureTak, the anchor is placed before passing the stitch.  If using a PushLock anchor the …
    • Osteoplasty 0 small
      • Removal of the Cam or Pincer lesion with or without takedown and repair of the acetabular labrum. This may also include removal of the Cam lesion.