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Current Concepts in Hip Preservation Surgery: Part I.

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Summary of "Current Concepts in Hip Preservation Surgery: Part I."

An evolution in conceptual understanding, coupled with technical innovations, has enabled hip preservation surgeons to address complex pathomorphologies about the hip joint to reduce pain, optimize function, and potentially increase the longevity of the native hip joint. Technical aspects of hip preservation surgeries are diverse and range from isolated arthroscopic or open procedures to hybrid procedures that combine the advantages of arthroscopy with open surgical dislocation, pelvic and/or proximal femoral osteotomy, and biologic treatments for cartilage restoration.

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Name: Sports health
ISSN: 1941-0921
Pages: 518-526

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