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AFFAS Triennial Congress 2019, Bangkok, Thailand

(11-12 October 2019)

Friday, 11 October 2019

 

Additional room 1

Additional room 2

Ballroom A (200-person)

Ballroom B (100-person)

08.00-09.00

 

 

Symposium

How to prevent hallux valgus surgery complication (15 min/topic) 

Session chairmen: Apinun J, Tablante E

 

1. First MTP arthrodesis in hallux valgus: What is the threshold?

Tourne Y

 

2. Hallux varus prevention and correction

Vaseenon T

 

3. Inadequate and recurrence hallux valgus

Apinun J

 

Discussion (15 min)

 

Symposium

Debates on Treatment Options in Ankle Arthritis (12 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Jaroenarpornwatana A, Chen YJ

 

1. Joint preserving osteotomy in severe stage of ankle arthritis

WC Lee

 

2. Ankle arthrodesis: the treatment potential and limitations

Myerson M

 

3. The preference and experience in the INBONE total ankle replacement

Chen YJ

 

4. Total ankle replacement: the current results and the need of future implant designs

Hintermann B

 

Discussion (12 min)

09.00-10.00

Open Ceremony

Introduction of Presidential Lecture Speaker by Bavornrit Chuckpaiwong, M.D.

Presidential Lecture: ‘Evolution of the treatment for ankle arthritis’ by Prof.Dr. Beat Hintermann

10.00-10.15

Coffee Break & Exhibition

10.15-11.15

 

 

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Rimchala C, Rajbhandari P

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Chulasiri P, Wang B

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)           

11.15-12.05

 

 

Symposium

Advance surgery in hallux valgus (12 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Laohajaroensombat S, KT Lee

 

1. Proximal metatarsal osteotomy for severe hallux valgus, a limitation.         

KT Lee

 

2. Three-dimensional evaluation for hallux valgus

Okuda R

 

3. Hallux valgus: three-dimensional correction

Nunley JA

Discussion (14 min)         

Instructional Course Lectures

Flatfoot treatment and ankle replacement (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Charoenthammaraksa C, Thermann H

 

1. Controversial treatment options in PTTD stage II

Hisateru N

 

2. Reconstruction of flexile flatfoot in adult

Richter M

 

3. Arthrodesis in adult flatfoot correction: what joint should we fuse?                

Shah R

 

4. Complication of total ankle arthroplasty

HG Jung

 

Discussion (10 min)

12.05-13.15

Lunch Symposium

13.15-14.15

 

 

Symposium

Challenging condition of talar loss and damage (15 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Angthong C, Taniguchi A

 

1. Total ankle replacement as a treatment for the avascular necrosis of talus                

Tanaka Y

 

2. Talar body prosthesis replacement: the long term results

Harnroongroj T

 

3. Tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis following failed ankle replacement

Thermann H

 

Discussion (15 min)         

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Khongphaophong M, Matsui K

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

 

 

14.15-15.15

 

 

Symposium

Challenging deformities in foot and ankle (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Gardner A, Matsumoto T

1. Malunited distal tibia and pilon fracture: the role of osteotomy

Xu XY

 

2. Severe post-traumatic equinovarus: the current management and treatment options

Angthong C

 

3. Neglected midfoot injury and complications: the treatment outcomes and expectations

Chua YP

 

4. How to deal with malunited calcaneal fracture

Myerson M

 

Discussion (20 min)

Instructional Course Lectures

Achilles tendon pathology     (10 min/topic)       

Session chairmen: Arunakul M,  Low TC

1. Anatomy and histologic analysis of Achilles and its insertion

Kumai T

 

2. Insertional Achilles tendinopathy: Updated surgical treatments

Phisitkul P

 

3. Non-insertional Achilles tendinopathy: What is an appropriate procedure?

Pearce C

 

4. Endoscopic Achilles tendon surgery             

Thermann H

 

5. Achilles tendon contracture: Surgical technique and how to choose a procedure

Aminuddin CA

 

Discussion (10 min)              

15.15-15.40

Coffee Break & Exhibition

15.40-16.40

 

 

Instructional Course Lectures

Foot and ankle reconsrtruction in the difficult deformities (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Tharmviboonsri T, Gardner A

 

1. Ankle arthrodesis: potential, limitation, and techniques   

Tourne Y

 

2. Intramedillary fixation in severe charcot osteoneuroarthropathy with foot deformity    

Richter M

 

3. Reconstruction versus amputation in severe Charcot arthropathy: how to make a decision       

Chua YP

 

4. Managing the midfoot deformity: percutaneous approach may be ideal.

Myerson M

 

Discussion (20 min)

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Prugsawan K, Chang SH

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

 

16.40-16.55

 

 

 

‘Humanitarian Talk’ by Mark Myerson, M.D.

18.30-20.30

Welcome Reception

 

 

 

Saturday, 12 October 2019

 

Additional room 1

Additional room 2

Ballroom A (200-person)

Ballroom B (100-person)

08.30-09.30

 

 

 

Instructional Course Lectures

Sport-related conditions in foot and ankle, part 1 (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Chaiphrom N, YK Lee

1. MAST in chondral lesion at the ankle as a part of complex surgical approach           

Richter M

 

2. Sesamoid injury: Current treatment strategy for acute and stress fracture. 

Chong KW

 

3. How to manangement multi-ligament ankle injury after severe ankle sprain?        

Hua YH

 

4. Plantar fasciitis in sport players: conservative to surgical treatment

Primadhi A

 

Discussion (20 min)

Instructional Course Lectures

Pearls and Pitfalls, Strategies, and Tips & tricks in the trauma around the ankle (15 min/topic)         

Session chairmen: KS Sung, Dimas

 

1. Pearls and Pitfalls in surgical treatment of difficult Pilon fracture                

Chua YP

 

2.Strategies to obtain reduction, prevent malreduction, and maintain fixation for syndesmotic injury

Phisitkul P

 

3.Tips & tricks in talar neck fracture and how to deal with complication

Arunakul M

 

Discussion (15 min) 

09.30-10.30

 

 

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Thitiboonsuwan S, SB Park

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Maliwankul K, Hagio T

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

10.20-10.40

Coffee Break & Exhibition

10.40-12.50

 

 

Instructional Course Lectures

Sport-related conditions in foot and ankle, part 2 (10 min/topic)    

Session chairmen: BK Cho, Bourbon C

 

1. Anterior and posterior ankle impingement: Surgical techniques and how to deal with difficult cases.   

Phisitkul P

 

2. Peroneal tendon injury: How to manage an intrasheath subluxation to flank dislocation?                 

Kong SW

 

3. Lateral ankle ligament injury: Current treatment option and future trend      

Takao M

 

Discussion (10 min)

 

Symposium

Weight-bearing CT (11.20-12.50)

Session faculty: Barg A and colleagues

Instructional Course Lectures

Forefoot and Midfoot Injuries (10 min/topic)     

Session chairmen: Valleenukul T, Bajuri Y

 

1. Advances in Lisfranc fracture fixation

Hirano T

 

2. Current treatments for 5th metatarsal fracture - acute and stress fracture          

SH Han

 

3. Metatarsalgia: diagnosis and treatment

Tourne Y

 

Discussion (10 min)

 

 

12.50-13.40

Lunch Symposium

13.40-14.40

 

 

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Petchkhum P, WJ Kim

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

Free papers presentation

Time: 8 minutes/paper

Session chairmen: Orapin J, HS Lee

 

Number of papers: 5

 

Discussion (20 min)

14.40-15.20

 

 

Symposium

Up to present, what is the best treatment for syndesmotic injury? (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Rungprai C, Yasui Y

 

1. Syndesmotic injury in Athletes: The current management

YK Lee

 

2. Dynamic Fixation Versus Static Fixation for Distal Tibiofibular Syndesmosis Injuries: The update evidences.                    

Low TC

 

3. Chronic syndesmotic injury: Do we have better options other than fusion?

Ozeki S

 

Discussion (10 min)              

Symposium

All aspects about acute calcaneus fracture (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Laohajaroensombat S, Andre D

 

1. MIS in calcaneus fracture       

Yeap EJ

 

2. Strategies of ORIF calcaneus (lateral extensile approach)

Laohajaroensombat S

 

3. Minimal open approach for calcaneus fracture

Roxa R

 

Discussion (10 min)

15.20-15.45

Coffee Break

15.45-16.45

 

             

 

Symposium

How to manage osteochondral lesion of the talus (OLT) and plafond properly? (15 min/topic)   

Session chairmen: Yoshimura I, Angthong C

 

1. Update treatment options for OLT in 2019            

JW Lee  

 

2. Surgical techniques, tips, and tricks for challenging large Cystic OLT lesions.        

KB Lee

 

3. Surgical techniques, tips, and tricks for osteochondral lesion of the plafond.                 

Thermann H

 

Discussion (15 min)  

Symposium

Challenging ankle and talar fractures (10 min/topic)

Session chairmen: Rungprai C, Inderjeet Singh Rikhraj

 

1.Posterior malleolus fracture, Decision making and technique

Ming SK

 

2.Role of deltoid repair in acute ankle injury

Rungprai C

 

3.Important points in Diabetic and fragility ankle fracture management  

Ihsan

 

4.Talus ostoeotomy for malunited talus fracture      

Hintermann B

 

Discussion (20 min)           

 

16.45-17.00

Closing remark

 

 

 

*Program is subjected to change as appropriate.

**Color codes for subspecialties and activities: green, sports; orange, trauma; sky, general; pink, diseases; light green, free paper sessions; yellow, workshop

 

 


     

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