Pathohistologic Changes in Hip Tissues and Clinical-Morphologic Correlations in Diseases Complicated by Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome

Abstract


The purpose of the work was to detect clinical-morphologic correlative dependences in patients with clinically marked femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome basing on the study of pathomorphologic changes in hip joint tissues, semiquantitative quantification of pathologic changes intensity, frequency analysis of their occurrence in nosologic groups of comparison. Study was performed on specimens of hip joint tissues - femoral head, acetabulum, acetabular labrum and joint capsule, resected during indicated corrective surgeries for femoral head aseptic necrosis and juvenile epiphysiolysis. Clinical-morphologic study revealed various pathologic changes: dystrophic-destructive, ischemic-necrotic and productive-inflammatory. In patients with FAI syndrome clinical and morphologic correlative dependences varied by absolute value, sign and degree of reliability of association coefficient parameters, i.e. groups of patients with certain nosologic units retained the peculiarities of rate and characteristics proportions in correlative dependences

About the authors

V. V Grigorovskiy

Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedics of Ukrainian academy of medical sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Email: val_grigorov@bigmir.net

V. V Filipchuk

Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedics of Ukrainian academy of medical sciences, Kiev, Ukraine


M. S Kabatsiy

Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedics of Ukrainian academy of medical sciences, Kiev, Ukraine


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