Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

  • Track 1-1Risk Associated With ACL
  • Track 1-2Ligament reconstruction
  • Track 1-3Interpositional reconstruction
  • Track 1-4Resurfacing arthroplasty
  • Track 1-5Mold arthroplasty
  • Track 1-6Cup arthroplasty
  • Track 1-7Knee arthroplasty
  • Track 1-8Hip Arthoplasty
  • Track 1-9Silicone replacement arthroplasty
  • Track 1-10Ankle injuries
  • Track 1-11Pelvic fractures
  • Track 1-12Hand injuries
  • Track 2-1Classification of fractures
  • Track 2-2Fractures with eponyms
  • Track 2-3Pathological fractures
  • Track 2-4Injuries to joints
  • Track 2-5Injuries to ligaments
  • Track 2-6Injuries to muscles and tendons
  • Track 2-7Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty
  • Track 3-1Anatomy of bone
  • Track 3-2Growth of a long bone
  • Track 3-3Blood supply of bones
  • Track 3-4Fracture healing
  • Track 3-5Healing of cancellous bones
  • Track 3-6Primary and secondary bone healing
  • Track 3-7Factors affecting fracture healing
  • Track 4-1Emergency care
  • Track 4-2Definitive care
  • Track 4-3Rehabilitation of a fracture limb
  • Track 4-4Management of open fractures
  • Track 4-5Effective Management of rehabilitation
  • Track 5-1Hypovolaemic shock
  • Track 5-2Adult respiratory distress syndrome
  • Track 5-3Fat embolism syndrome
  • Track 5-4Deep vein thrombosis
  • Track 5-5Crush syndrome
  • Track 5-6Injury to major blood vessels
  • Track 5-7Injury to nerves
  • Track 5-8Injury to muscles and tendons
  • Track 5-9Injury to joints
  • Track 5-10Avascular necrosis
  • Track 5-11Stiffness to joints
  • Track 5-12Sudeck’s dystrophy
  • Track 5-13Myositis ossificians
  • Track 6-1Supracondylar fracture of the humerus
  • Track 6-2Fracture of the lateral condyle of the humerus
  • Track 6-3Fracture of the medial epicondyle of the humerus
  • Track 6-4Dislocation of the elbow joint
  • Track 6-5Fracture of the capitulum
  • Track 6-6Pulled elbow
  • Track 6-7Fracture of the olecranon
  • Track 6-8Fracture of the head of the radius
  • Track 6-9Fracture of neck of the radius
  • Track 7-1Relevant anatomy
  • Track 7-2Fracture of the clavicle
  • Track 7-3Fractures of the scapula
  • Track 7-4Dislocation of the sterno-clavicular joint
  • Track 7-5Subluxation or dislocation of the acromio-clavicular joint
  • Track 7-6Dislocation of the shoulder
  • Track 7-7Fracture of the surgical neck of the humerus
  • Track 7-8Fracture of the greater tuberosity of the humerus
  • Track 7-9Fracture of the shaft of the humerus
  • Track 8-1Acute osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-2Secondary osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-3Chronic osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-4Garres osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-5Brodies osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-6Salmonella osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-7Septic arthritis
  • Track 8-8Gonococcal arthritis
  • Track 8-9Syphilis arthritis
  • Track 8-10Fungal infections
  • Track 8-11Leprosy and orthopaedics
  • Track 9-1constitution of bone
  • Track 9-2bone and calcium
  • Track 9-3osteoporosis
  • Track 9-4rickets and osteomalacia
  • Track 9-5hyperparathyroidism
  • Track 9-6fluorosis
  • Track 9-7disturbances of organic constituents
  • Track 10-1Hemiarthroplasty
  • Track 10-2Total joint replacement
  • Track 10-3Partial knee replacement
  • Track 10-4Total shoulder replacement
  • Track 10-5Total elbow replacement
  • Track 11-1Benign tumours
  • Track 11-2Osteoclastoma
  • Track 11-3Primary malignant tumors
  • Track 11-4Uncommon malignant tumours
  • Track 11-5Metastasis in bone
  • Track 11-6Tumour like conditions of bone
  • Track 11-7Osteochondroma
  • Track 11-8Aneurysmal bone cyst
  • Track 11-9Fibrous dysplasia
  • Track 12-1Relevant anatomy
  • Track 12-2Types of fractures
  • Track 12-3Diagnosis
  • Track 12-4Treatment
  • Track 12-5Complications
  • Track 13-1Relevant anatomy
  • Track 13-2Pathology
  • Track 13-3Mechanism of injury
  • Track 13-4Electrodiagnostic studies
  • Track 13-5Prognosis
  • Track 14-1Fracture of the forearm bones
  • Track 14-2Monteggia fracture slocation
  • Track 14-3Galeazzi fracture dislocation
  • Track 14-4Colles fracture
  • Track 14-5Smiths fracture
  • Track 14-6Bartons fracture
  • Track 14-7Scaphoid fracture
  • Track 14-8Lunate dislocations
  • Track 15-1Bennetts fracture-dislocation
  • Track 15-2Rolandos fracture
  • Track 15-3Fractures of the metacarpals
  • Track 15-4Dislocation of the metacarpo-phalangeal joints
  • Track 15-5Amputation of fingers-principles of treatment
  • Track 16-1Posterior dislocation
  • Track 16-2Anterior dislocation of the hip
  • Track 16-3Central fracture-dislocation of the hip
  • Track 16-4Fracture of the neck of the femur
  • Track 16-5Inter-trochanteric fractures
  • Track 17-1Pathoanatomy
  • Track 17-2Diagnosis
  • Track 17-3Treatment
  • Track 17-4Complications
  • Track 18-1Mechanism of knee joints
  • Track 18-2Condylar fractures of the femur
  • Track 18-3Fractures of the patella
  • Track 18-4Injury to the ligaments of the knee
  • Track 18-5Tibial plateau fractures
  • Track 18-6Meniscal injuries of the knee
  • Track 18-7Rare injuries around the knee
  • Track 19-1Fractures of shafts of tibia and fibula
  • Track 19-2Ankle injuries
  • Track 19-3Fractures of the calcaneum
  • Track 19-4Fractures of the talus
  • Track 19-5Injuries of the tarsal bones
  • Track 19-6Fractures of the metatarsal bones
  • Track 19-7Fractures of the phalanges of the toes
  • Track 19-8sprained ankle
  • Track 20-1Aetiopathology
  • Track 20-2Acute paronychium
  • Track 20-3Apical subungual infection
  • Track 20-4Terminal pulp space infection
  • Track 20-5Middle volar space infection
  • Track 20-6Proximal volar space infection
  • Track 20-7Web space infection
  • Track 20-8Deep palmar abscess
  • Track 20-9Acute suppurative tenosynovitis
  • Track 21-1Non-operative methods of treatment
  • Track 21-2Operative methods of treatment
  • Track 22-1Pathoanatomy
  • Track 22-2Diagnosis
  • Track 22-3Treatment
  • Track 22-4Complications
  • Track 23-1TB of the spine
  • Track 23-2Potts paraplegia
  • Track 23-3TB of the hip
  • Track 23-4TB of the knee
  • Track 23-5TB osteomyelitis
  • Track 24-1Pathology
  • Track 24-2Diagnosis
  • Track 24-3Investigations
  • Track 24-4Treatment
  • Track 24-5Cervical disc prolapse
  • Track 25-1Low back pain
  • Track 25-2Causes
  • Track 25-3Physical examination
  • Track 25-4Investigations
  • Track 25-5Treatment
  • Track 25-6Major causes of low back pain
  • Track 25-7Approach to a patient with back pain
  • Track 25-8Sciatica
  • Track 26-1Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Track 26-2Ankylosing spondylitis
  • Track 26-3Other rheumatological diseases
  • Track 27-1Osteoarthritis
  • Track 27-2Cervical spondylosis
  • Track 27-3Lumbar spondylosis
  • Track 28-1Advantages
  • Track 28-2Inications
  • Track 28-3Procedure
  • Track 28-4Limitations