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It gives us great pleasure to invite you for WIROC 2019, the 54th Annual meeting of the Bombay Orthopaedic Society.
In spite of considerable advances in our field and the availability of newer and better technology, the incidence of complications following surgery, and revision surgery rates continue to rise.
A full 3 day academic program for post graduates & the young orthopaedician including 40 different short cases and a fracture fixation course.
A full 1 day program exploring the finer nuances of management of complex trauma.
Analyzing patient selection, implant selection and surgical techniques with pearls and pitfalls of shoulder, hip and knee arthroplasty.
Breakout sessions in small groups (max 10- 12 participants) for an informal case based discussion of difficult problems in various subspecialties. There will be an additional charge of Rs 1000/- for this 2 hour long session. Refreshments will be served
1 hour symposiums by leading radiologists on how to read a normal MRI as well as identify various pathologies in the hip, knee, shoulder, wrist & hand, spine, etc.
Focussed symposia on selected topics including osteoarticular tuberculosis, sports injuries, geriatric trauma, ankylosing spondylitis and wound management.
Symposium demonstrating the closed reduction of various fractures, wedging techniques, cast braces, etc.
Evidence based non-operative treatment of common orthopaedic conditions including lumbar disc prolapse, oseoarthritis knees, frozen shoulder, etc.
Controversies in the management of Osteoporotic vertebral fractures
RJ Katrak Oration: Dr. Mangal Parihar
KT Dholakia Oration: Dr Nicholas Bishop
Videos of interesting surgeries, non-operative techniques, innovations presented by WIROC delegates.
Interesting cases / innovative solutions - Presented by the delegates. Your Case, You Present, We listen
Highlighting the latest advances/ current controversies in the various orthopaedic subspecialties with a review of pathbreaking scientific publications in the field over the last two years.
Lt. Colonel (Retd.) Himanshu Rai, war veteran, describes how the Kargil story unfolded.
Leading personalities from various fields on what it takes to make winning decisions.