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Date Room Name Affliation Time Subjects
Oct. 20th. 2016. Thu. B Bishnu B THAPA NEPAL 16:00-16:06 Surgical Management of pott´s spine
C Mamer S. Rosario MUSCULOSKELETAL ONCOLOGY UNIT, DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS, EAST AVENUE MEDICAL CENTER / PHILIPPINE 17:10-17:15 Functional and radiological outcomes of a minimally invasive surgical approach to monostotic fibrous dysplasia
Michael Limquico Marfori DE LA SALLE HEALTH SCIENCES INSTITUTE
/ PHILIPPINE
17:15-17:20 Treatment of Aggressive (Benign) Bone Tumors, when less is more
D Josa carlos C. Estil, Jr. Orthopaedic Surgeon/Philippines 08:30-08:38 Neglected Achilles Tendon Ruptures
Harshad, Patankar ORTHOPAEDIC TRAUMA & JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGEON, SAHYADRI
/ INDIA
08:38-08:46 Foot and Ankle: The Indian Scenario
Oct. 21th. 2016. Fri. A Nirab Kayastha NEPAL MEDICAL COUNCIL REGISTRATION
/ NEPAL
11:42-11:48 Post-operative Complications Encountered in Transportal Anatomic Single Bundle ACL Reconstruction with Quadruple Hamstrings Autograft
C Muhammad Muzzammil Sangani JINNAN POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL CENTER KARACHI PAKISTAN / PAKISTAN 08:16-08:20 GIANT CELL TUMOUR OF FOOT BONES - 25years experience in a tertiary care hospital
Nguyen Phuc Thinh THE UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY / VIETNAM 16:42-16:54 Glenoid bone loss evaluation by Bernageau X -ray film in anterior shoulder instability
Oct. 22th. 2016. Sat. C Venkat Gorthi APOLLO HEALTH CITY
/ INDIA
10:12-10:18 The Short Head Of Biceps Tendon - As Autograft Sources For Anteroinferior Glenohumeral Instability Repair
E Rajesh Pratap Shah SHREE BIRENDRA HOSPITAL / NEPAL 11:12-11:18 COMPARISION BETWEEN POSTERIOR APPROACH AND LATERAL APPROACH FOR THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF SUPRACONDYLAR FRACTURES OF THE HUMERUS IN CHILDREN
Yogendra Agrahari CHAURAHA HOSPITAL
/ NEPAL
11:48-11:54 Management of Skin Grafts in Open wounds using Homemade Negative Pressure Wound Therapy- A Multicenter Study