Orthopedics And Traumatology

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According to statistics, to date, every three seconds someone in the world has a broken bone. The reasons for this phenomenon can be many, but the leading position is allocated to such a serious disease as osteoporosis. Preventive measu...

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This disease refers to the number of orthopedic pathologies, in which the head is tilted toward the shoulder and deployed in the opposite direction. This disease quickly progresses, and in severe forms leads to pronounced deformities of the fa...

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The specified kind of trauma for today - the most frequent reason of visit to the traumatologist at any age. This is due to the peculiarities of the structure of the knee joint, as well as to a variety of causes that can cause damage to it. ...

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Since the formation of a new branch of medicine, science has moved far ahead. Today, vertebrology has a powerful set of tools and techniques for detecting all pathologies, injuries and causes of back pain. Article content: ...

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This deformation is the first among the malformations of the musculoskeletal system. Due to this pathology, the child is unable to fully put the sole on the floor, which is associated with anomalies in the structure of the ankle joint. ...

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This pathology occurs due to inflammatory reactions in the cavity of the synovial vagina, where tendons are contained. Because of this, degenerative changes can affect only the upper or lower limbs. The symptomatology of the disease will vary,...

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This pathological condition is a periodic repetition of bones in relation to each other in the joint region. A similar phenomenon occurs regularly, and is often not accompanied by painfulness. This problem is rarely addressed to a traumatologi...

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A normal spine, if viewed from the outside, is not a straight line, as it seems from the front or rear view. The thoracic part of the spine has a normal curvature forward, called "kyphosis".The curvature is considered normal if the range...

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Many factors influence the patient's condition after trauma. Among them are the degree of damage, the age of the patient, and the timeliness of the treatment started. After damaging the spine, a deformity can occur that affects the patient's c...

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Neoplasm on the spine, which is called a cyst, looks like a bag of connective tissue of the joints, filled with blood and synovial fluid. The cyst of the spine may have a localization in any of its parts - cervical, thoracic, lumbar, in the sa...

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