THE FLAT FOOT OF CHILDREN AGE: ACTUAL STATE OF PROBLEM

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More than 90% of all visits to children orthopedist is related to pathology of feet of children age, flat foot in particular. The review present actual data concerning classification, etiology and characteristics of pathological anatomy of disease, diagnostic techniques and features of gait. The data related to present methods of conservative and operational treatment of flat foot is presented.

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M. Kh Timaev

The Saratovskiiy research institute of traumatology and orthopedics of Minzdrav of Russia

410002, Saratov, Russian Fedration

A. V Sertakova

The Saratovskiiy research institute of traumatology and orthopedics of Minzdrav of Russia

Email: anastasiya-sertakova@yandex.ru
410002, Saratov, Russian Fedration

S. A Kurkin

The Saratovskiiy research institute of traumatology and orthopedics of Minzdrav of Russia

410002, Saratov, Russian Fedration

S. A Rubashkin

The Saratovskiiy research institute of traumatology and orthopedics of Minzdrav of Russia

410002, Saratov, Russian Fedration

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