On November 30, the XXIII Round Table on the prevention and treatment of athlete injuries was held in the Agora Room in Sitges. As every year, the topics have been radiant today: “Myths and truths about sports nutrition”, “Treatment of residual dysplasia in the athlete” or “Chronic posttraumatic encephalopathy”.
Dr. Manel Ribas, before a large audience full of personalities of medicine and the world of sport, said: “The residual dysplasia is not exclusive of an evolutionary sequel of newborns, diagnosed and treated for congenital hip dislocation. Impact on the adolescent can produce an early closure (in its maturation phase) of acetabular triradiate growth cartilage.Accordingly, there is a lack of acetabular coverage of the femoral head “.
After the appearance of the periacetabular osteotomy (1988), different authors in Europeans and Americans have shown an excellent rate of return to sport, either in medium or high impact modalities.