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ЗАДНЯЯ ИНСТРУМЕНТАЛЬНАЯ ФИКСАЦИЯ ШЕЙНОГО ОТДЕЛА ПОЗВОНОЧНИКА У ДЕТЕЙ: ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ
Павлова О.М., Бурцев А.В., Губин А.В., Рябых С.О.
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Представлены результаты анализа современной литературы, посвященной инструментальной фиксации шейного отдела позвоночника у детей и техническим особенностям применения описываемых методик. Задняя инструментальная фиксация шейного отдела позвоночника обеспечивает стабильность и увеличивает успешность артродеза у детей с деформациями или нестабильностью шейного отдела позвоночника, кроме того, позволяет выполнять редукцию смещений интраоперационно. Возможность имплантации современных металлоконструкций у детей доказана в ряде морфологических и клинических исследований. С учетом небольшого размера костных структур у детей в каждом случае необходимы тщательное предоперационное планирование, правильное интраоперационное позиционирование и строгое соблюдение хирургических методик.

Для цитирования: Павлова О.М., Бурцев А.В., Губин А.В., Рябых С.О. Задняя инструментальная фиксация шейного отдела позвоночника у детей: обзор литературы // Хирургия позвоночника. 2017. Т. 14. № 3. С. 32–39.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14531/ss2017.3.32-39.

Исследование не имело спонсорской поддержки.
Авторы заявляют об отсутствии конфликта интересов.

Статья поступила в редакцию 21.11.2016
Рецензирование пройдено 24.11.2016
Подписана в печать 15.12.2016

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Ключевые слова: винтовая фиксация шейного отдела, хирургия позвоночника у детей

Павлова О.М.
нейрохирург, ортопед-травматолог, младший научный сотрудник научной клинико-экспериментальной лаборатории патологии осевого скелета и нейрохирургии
Российский научный центр «Восстановительная травматология и ортопедия» им. акад. Г.А. Илизарова, Курган, Россия
pavlova.neuro@mail.ru


Бурцев А.В.
канд. мед. наук
хирург, ортопед-вертебролог, научный сотрудник научной клинико-экспериментальной лаборатории патологии осевого скелета и нейрохирургии
Российский научный центр «Восстановительная травматология и ортопедия» им. акад. Г.А. Илизарова, Курган, Россия
bav31rus@mail.ru


Губин А.В.
д-р мед. наук, директор
Российский научный центр «Восстановительная травматология и ортопедия» им. акад. Г.А. Илизарова
Курган, Россия
gubin_av@ilizarov.ru


Рябых С.О.
д-р мед. наук
детский хирург, ортопед-травматолог, вертебролог, руководитель научной клинико-экспериментальной лаборатории патологии осевого скелета и нейрохирургии
Российский научный центр «Восстановительная травматология и ортопедия» им. акад. Г.А. Илизарова, Курган, Россия
rso_@mail.ru

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