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ОТДАЛЕННЫЕ РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ ХИРУРГИИ ИДИОПАТИЧЕСКОГО СКОЛИОЗА ПОДРОСТКОВ: МЕТААНАЛИЗ

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Аннотация

Представлен анализ англоязычной литературы по проблеме результатов хирургического лечения идиопатического сколиоза подростков в сроки от 5 до 30 лет после оперативного лечения. Отобрана 71 публикация, материал проанализирован в двух группах в соответствии с использованным эндокорректором (дистрактором Harrington и инструментарием CD и другими вариантами инструментария III поколения). Инструментарий III поколения дает бóльшую коррекцию и позволяет лучше ее сохранить. Развитие ложного сустава блока и осложнения, связанные с имплантатами, развиваются примерно с одинаковой частотой. Нагноения операционной раны встречаются чаще в группе CDI, а реоперации - в группе Harrington. Репродуктивная функция женщин после операции не отличается от таковой в общей популяции. Качество жизни, связанное со здоровьем, не меняется в зависимости от давности вмешательства. Отсутствует достоверная зависимость болевого синдрома от уровня расположения нижнего инструментированного позвонка и срока, прошедшего после операции.

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Михаил Витальевич Михайловский
Новосибирский НИИ травматологии и ортопедии им. Я.Л. Цивьяна
Россия


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Михайловский М.В. ОТДАЛЕННЫЕ РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ ХИРУРГИИ ИДИОПАТИЧЕСКОГО СКОЛИОЗА ПОДРОСТКОВ: МЕТААНАЛИЗ. "Хирургия позвоночника". 2016;13(4):28-39. https://doi.org/10.14531/ss2016.4.28-39

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Mikhaylovskiy M.V. LONG-TERM RESULTS OF SURGERY FOR IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS IN ADOLESCENTS: A META-ANALYSIS. Hirurgiâ pozvonočnika (Spine Surgery). 2016;13(4):28-39. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.14531/ss2016.4.28-39

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