The progress in study of results of treatment and prevention of comissures of knee joint

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The commissures of knee joint develop after operation or knee trauma at the expense of abnormal proliferation of fibrous tissue provoking limitation of amplitude of motion, arthralgia and joint stiffness. So far, pathogenesis of commissure of knee joint remains unclear. however, there is information that after operation increased secretion of fibroblasts accelerates deposit of extracellular matrix as main mechanism of development of commissures. The application of innovative medical technologies to operate knee joint ameliorated outcomes of treatment and quality of life of patients. However, after surgical operations some patients experience painful sensations and limitation of amplitude of motion of knee joint. The study was targeted to ameliorating of prognosis of operative interventions by means of investigation of pathogenesis of commissure process and possible modes of its prevention.

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Alexsandr V. Skoroglyadov

The N.I. Pirogov Russian national research medical university Minzdrav of Russia

117997, Moscow, Russian Federation
doctor of medical sciences, professor, head of the chair of traumatology, orthopedics and field military surgery the N.I. Pirogov Russian national research medical university Minzdrav of Russia

U. Haixiao

The N.I. Pirogov Russian national research medical university Minzdrav of Russia

117997, Moscow, Russian Federation

- Chao Zhang

The N.I. Pirogov Russian national research medical university Minzdrav of Russia

117997, Moscow, Russian Federation

E. Kochiay

The N.I. Pirogov Russian national research medical university Minzdrav of Russia

117997, Moscow, Russian Federation

A. V Germanov

The N.I. Pirogov Russian national research medical university Minzdrav of Russia

117997, Moscow, Russian Federation

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