British Orthopaedic Research Society

The British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) is a multidisciplinary association devoted to facilitating collaboration in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal research.

Hip and Femur

Live Presentations

Session 02 | Monday 7 September 10:20 to 11:40
10:20 Session opensID
10:25Hip dysplasia and capsular mechanics after surgical periacetabular osteotomy
Geoffrey Ng
10:32The inpatient cost of developmental dysplasia of the hip: is delayed presentation more expensive?
Thomas Walton
10:39Effect of Denosumab on osteoclast activity of osteolytic lesions after total hip arthroplasty: A proof of concept trial
Mohit Mahatma
10:46Understanding why well-functioning total hip arthroplasty patients fail to achieve normal walking velocity
Ben Langley
10:53A combined musculoskeletal and finite element modelling approach to investigating bone loss in transfemoral amputees
Joshua Kaufmann
11:005 minute break
11:05Dynamic acetabular cup version in total hip replacements patients
Ksenija Vasiljeva
11:12An experimental simulation of different loading conditions in the natural hip joint
David Jimenez-Cruz
11:19The capsular ligaments stabilise the hip joint at extreme ranges of motion
Kabelan Karunaseelan
11:26Calcar collar separation at implantation increases odds of failure of collar-calcar contact during simulated periprosthetic fractures in a composite femur model using a collared cementless stem
Josh Lamb
11:33The effect of anterior inferior iliac spine anatomy on the range of motion to impingement in total hip replacements
Simon Williams

Poster Presenters

Pelvic incidence is a major predictor of hip impingement and dysplasia mobility
Geoffrey Ng
Calcar-collar contact increases construct stiffness and resistance to periprosthetic fractures of the femur in a composite femur model using a fully coated collared cementless stem
Josh Lamb
Can composite femurs be used to assess periprosthetic fracture mechanics using an established rotational protocol? Reproduction of published results comparing collared and collarless cementless femoral stems in a simulated periprosthetic fracture model
Josh Lamb
An in-vitro method to investigate implant impingement of hip replacements
Gregory Pryce
The financial impact to best practice tariff from hip fracture patients admitted on novel oral anticoagulant medications
Jonathan Peters
Do dual-mobility total hip arthroplasty prostheses reduce dislocation rates in neck of femur fracture patients compared to standard fixed-bearing total hip arthroplasty? A four-year retrospective study
Simon Morris
Unplanned clinic attendance, readmission, and reoperation in the first 12 months postoperatively following hip hemiarthroplasty for acute hip fractures: who is at risk?
Raf Ghani
Evaluating the use of surface electromyography (sEMG), in the assessment of surgical ergonomics, by comparing the effect of manual versus automated broaching in total hip arthroplasty
Elisabetta Ferrari
Low rates of avascular necrosis following intracapsular neck of femur fracture fixation with cannulated screws at an inner-city trauma unit – a retrospective case series
Sean Scattergood
Acetabular retroversion has Increased prevalence in patients presenting with slipped upper femoral epiphysis
Pranai Buddhdev
Relationship between the transverse acetabular ligament and the psoas fossa. Implications for iliopsoas impingement against the acetabular component. A cadaver study
K H Sunil Kumar
Validation of AescularVR, a novel virtual reality (VR) platform for determining acetabular component orientation in primary total hip replacement
Daniel Howgate
Method for measurement of joint forces during simulated hip dislocations
Martin Preutenborbeck