НЕЙРОГЕННЫЕ ДЕФОРМАЦИИ ПОЗВОНОЧНИКА ВЗРОСЛЫХ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ И ПОДХОДЫ К ЛЕЧЕНИЮ


https://doi.org/10.14531/ss2018.3.39-51

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Аннотация

Цель исследования. На основании данных литературы показать особенности клинических проявлений, диагностические аспекты и подходы к лечению нейрогенных деформаций позвоночника взрослых.

Материал и методы. В обзоре литературы использовали базы данных PubMed, Medline, Web of Science, Scopus, CrossRef, Clinical Key, eLibrary, ресурс AO Spine и библиографию ключевых статей с 6 февраля по 4 ноября 2017 г.

Результаты. Определены общие тенденции в лечении взрослых больных с нейрогенными деформациями позвоночника. Показано, что необходима разработка протоколов ведения данных пациентов с определением основных клинических симптомов, обоснованием использования неинвазивных, малоинвазивных или других вариантов помощи. Хирургическое лечение больных с деформациями позвоночника при нейродегенеративных (болезни Паркинсона) заболеваниях сопровождается высоким уровнем осложнений и повторных вмешательств. Тактические алгоритмы для этих пациентов должны включать этапность нехирургических и мини-инвазивных методик, а также клинические проявления мио-, миело-, радикулопатии, которые в сопоставлении с диагностическими тестами могут определять показания и объем декомпрессивных вмешательств, протяженность и уровни фиксации позвоночника.

Заключение. Многокомпонентность патогенетических механизмов, неоднозначность результатов нехирургического и хирургического лечения определяют необходимость мультидисплинарного подхода и разработки протоколов ведения взрослых пациентов с нейрогенными деформациями позвоночника.


Об авторах

О. Г. Прудникова
Российский научный центр «Восстановительная травматология и ортопедия» им. акад. Г.А. Илизарова
Россия

д-р мед. наук, старший научный сотрудник научно-клинической лаборатории патологии осевого скелета и нейрохирургии, заведующая травматолого-ортопедическим отделением No 10

640014, Курган, ул. М. Ульяновой, 6



А. О. Гуща
Научный центр неврологии
Россия

д-р мед. наук, заведующий отделением нейрохирургии

125367, Москва, Волоколамское шоссе, 8



И. Н. Шатина
Курганская областная клиническая больница
Россия

врач-невролог неврологического отделения для пациентов с нарушением мозгового кровообращения

640000, Курган, ул. Томина, 63.



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