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ЭТИОЛОГИЯ, ПАТОГЕНЕЗ И ПАТОМЕХАНИЗМ ИДИОПАТИЧЕСКОГО СКОЛИОЗА

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Аннотация

Происхождение наиболее часто встречающейся деформации позвоночника, идиопатического сколиоза, до сих пор остается неизвестным. В обзоре представлены наиболее современные литературные данные, касающиеся этиологии, патогенеза и патомеханизма идиопатического сколиоза.

Об авторах

Михаил Витальевич Михайловский
Новосибирский НИИ травматологии и ортопедии
Россия


Алла Михайловна Зайдман
Новосибирский НИИ травматологии и ортопедии
Россия


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Михайловский М.В., Зайдман А.М. ЭТИОЛОГИЯ, ПАТОГЕНЕЗ И ПАТОМЕХАНИЗМ ИДИОПАТИЧЕСКОГО СКОЛИОЗА. "Хирургия позвоночника". 2004;(2):88-97.

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Mikhailovsky M.V., Zaidman A.M. ETIOLOGY, PATHOGENESIS AND PATHOMECHANISM OF IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS. Hirurgiâ pozvonočnika (Spine Surgery). 2004;(2):88-97. (In Russ.)

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