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Vol 24, No 4 (2017)

Articles
State of Specialized Outpatient Trauma and Orthopedic Care in the Russian Federation. Development Perspectives
Es’kin N.A., Andreeva T.M.
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Injuries and musculoskeletal disorders are the most widely spread diseases. It is shown that the majority of injured patients and patients with orthopedic pathology require an outpatient care. The state of specialized outpatient care is analyzed and the ways of its perfection are proposed.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):5-11
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Surgical treatment of multilevel lumbar vertebral canal stenosis using dynamic stabilization. Multicenter study
Gushcha A.O., Kolesov S.V., Poltorako E.N., Kolbovskiy D.A., Kaz’min A.I.
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Purpose: to compare the results of surgical treatment of patients with multilevel lumbar vertebral canal stenosis. Patients and methods. Prospective randomized multicenter study included 71 patients aged 41 - 79 years. In the 1st group of patients (n=38) a standard wide decompression of the spinal canal, transpedicular fixation of one clinically and roentgenologically significant spinal motion segment using rigid stabilization and interbody fusion was performed. In the 2nd group (n=33) microdecompression of the spinal canal, transpedicular fixation of one clinically and roentgenologically significant segment using the rods of nitinol transpedicular device. The results were assessed by the pain VAS, ODI and SF-36 questionnaires, roentgenologic, CT and MRI data. Results. Mean follow up made up 1.5 years, the maximum one - 3.0 years. Significant pain relief and im- provement in the quality of life as compared with the preoperative level was reported for both groups. No sig- nificant difference between the groups was observed. Functional roentgenograms showed within 5° (4.2 - 6.5°) preservation of motion in the stabilized segment only in patients from the 2nd group. Adjacent segment pathology in 12 months after operation was diagnosed only in 1 patient from the 1st group. Conclusion. Preliminary results allow considering the dynamic transpedicular fixation using nitinol rods as an effective surgical technique for the treatment of degenerative lumbar spine pathology.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):11-17
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Potentialities of diffusion weighted MRI in the assessment of the degree of adjacent intervertebral disc degeneration: rigid lumbosacral stabilization and total intervertebral disc arthroplasty
Byval’tsev V.A., Stepanov I.A., Pestryakov Y.Y.
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Purpose: to evaluate the condition of adjacent intervertebral discs (IVD) after single level rigid lumbosacral stabilization and total arthroplasty by calculating IVD height index and apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC). Patients and methods. The study included 117 patients (64 women and 53 men) after rigid lumbosacral stabilization or total arthroplasty of the degenerative IVD at L5-S1 level. Values of ADC and height of the adjacent IVD were assessed prior to surgery, at discharge and in 6, 12, 24 and 36 months after surgical intervention. Results. The value of the height of the adjacent IVD in patients after rigid stabilization in the early postoperative period averaged 0.58±0.046, in 6 months - 0.58±0.044 and 0.52±0.037 in 36 months after surgery. In patients after total arthroplasty it made up 0.59±0.041, 0.60±0.038 and 0.56±0.02, respectively. Comparison of the adjacent IVD height indices showed significant difference starting from the 12th observation months (p<0.05). In group of patients after rigid stabilization the value of ADC made up 1547.7±231.4 mm2/s in the early postoperative period, 1314.5±117.9 mm2/s in 6 months and 1189.3±117.9 mm2/s in 36 months after surgery. In patients after total arthroplasty it was 1539.7±228.9 mm2/s, 1477.3±245.1 mm2/s and 1334.5±217.6 mm2/s, respectively. Statistically significant difference in ADC values between 2 groups of patients was noted in 6 months after surgery and later (p<0.05). Conclusion. Diffusion weighted MRI with ADC calculation is a modern noninvasive diagnostic method for early stages of adjacent IVD degeneration. In contrast to rigid lumbosacral stabilization, total IVD arthro- plasty enables to delay slightly the degeneration of segments adjacent to the operated level.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):18-24
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Comparative analysis of changes in the desmal and chondral structures of spinal motion segment at various methods for posterior spine fixation in experiment
Krivoshein A.E., Konev V.P., Kolesov S.V., Byval’tsev V.A., Kaz’min A.I.
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Purpose: to elaborate the criteria for the assessment of the degree of spinal motion segment degradation at various methods for posterior spine fixation in experiment. Material and methods. The study included mongrel dogs with body mass of 12±1.5 kg aged 21±3 months. Transpedicular lumbar spine fixation was performed with either rigid titanium alloy rods (1st group, n=5) or dynamic nitinol rods (2nd group, n=5). X-ray examination and morphologic study of the structural elements of spinal motion segment (SME) were performed to all animals in 3, 6, 12, 18 and 24 months after surgery. Results. Functional examination showed that in both groups the range of motion made up 18±1.2° preoperatively. In the 1st group of animals the range of motion in the operated SME made up 0±0.03°. In the second group the range of motion was preserved throughout the experiment and averaged 15±1.3° that made up 78.9% of the preoperative range. In both groups the disc height at the fixation level was constant throughout the experiment and made up 0,3±0.003 cm pre- and postoperatively. Obtained roentgenologic and morphologic data indicated that posterior dynamic spine fixation with nitinol rods ensured more balanced distribution of loads on the supportive elements of the construction and enabled prevent the development of the adjacent segments degeneration. Based on the study results the criteria for the assessment of the degree of the facet joints and discs degradation were formulated.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):25-30
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Positioning of custommade acetabular components at revision hip arthroplasty: do they really match as “a key and a lock”?
Kovalenko A.N., Tikhilov R.M., Bilyk S.S., Shubnyakov I.I., Cherkasov M.A., Denisov A.O.
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Purposes are to determine 1) what frequency and what degree is of custom acetabular implants malposition in comparison with planned position, 2) what the reason of malposition is and 3) what the malposition consequences we can wait for. Patients and methods. The observation group included 20 patients (18 women and 2 men) with severe acetabular defects. Mean age of patients made up 53 (22-72) years. Position of the implants was compared with the parameters of preoperative planning using 5 postoperative CT indices (inclination, anteversion of semi- spherical part of the implant, spatial location of the rotation center in three axes). More than 10° deviation for inclination or anteversion and 5° dislocation of the rotation center in any axis was considered as a malposition of the component. Results. Only 5 of 20 constructions matched conditionally permissible limits by all the parameters. Most often excessive dislocation of the rotation center in lateral direction (10 cases) and excessive anteversion (9 cases) were observed. During 6 weeks follow up no complications related to the acetabular component position were recorded. Conclusion. It was shown that at revision arthroplasty with custom-made implants the probability of implant malposition as compared to the preoperative plan. The main reason could be the complexity of intraoperative orientation under conditions of abnormal hip anatomy. Malposition of the implants beyond the stated values did not result in complications within the early postoperative period. The longer follow up is required for the assessment of the long-term results.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):31-37
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Comparative characteristics of osseointegration processes of the calcium phosphate coating implants and implants with germanium enriched calcium phosphate coatings
Zelichenko E.A., Guzeev V.V., Koval’skaya Y.B., Gurova O.A., Guzeeva T.I.
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Introduction. Osseointegration process exerts considerable influence on the term of biological fixation of the implants and is an important parameter that is to be focused on at the implant placement. Purpose: to conduct a comparative analysis of the osseointegration of the titanium alloy implants with different coatings for the determination of the optimum coating compound for osteogenesis. Materials and methods. Comparative analysis of osteogenic properties of the implants with thermal chemical surface treatment, calcium phosphate coating and Germanium enriched (3% and 5%) calcium phosphate coatings applied by electrochemical technique was performed. Implant recipients were 29 not pedigree male cats aged 1.5 to 4.0 years with 2500 to 3400 g body weight. Experimental animals were euthanized in 90 days after surgical intervention. Results. Histological study results showed that bone tissue regeneration was most active when implants with higher level (5%) of Germanium in calcium phosphate coating were used. Calcium phosphate coatings and Germanium enriched ones showed better osseointegration as compared to the implants with thermal chemical surface treatment.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):38-42
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Dynamics of the formation of protection for circulatory bed in bone regenerate
Shchyurov V.A., Boichuk S.P., Tarchokov V.T., Mel’nikova L.V.
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Evaluation of the bone regenerate maturation in 21 patients, aged 27 - 66 years, with closed shoulder fractures was performed in the course of treatment by Ilizarov technique according to the rate of blood supply velocity at functional load and by the value of that load. Examination was performed in 1 and 2 weeks as well as in 1 and 2 months after fixation. Within the first 2 weeks the bone fragments micro mobility at 10 kgF axial load on the extremity made up 194±42 µm. Subsequently as the regenerate became compact the bone fragments micro mobility decreased up to 53±13 µm (p≤0.02). During the fixation period the load tolerance increased from 5 to 15 kgF. The threshold of load tolerance was detected by the occurrence of unpleasant feel- ings the regenerate zone and increased rate of blood circulation in the vessels. At the end of fixation period the rate of blood circulation was decreased by 2 times and practically did not change at increasing loads confirming the formation of the protection system for circulatory bed in the bone regenerate.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):43-45
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Reverse total shoulder arthroplasty in proximal humeral fractures
Petrosyan A.S.
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Primary reverse total shoulder arthroplasty was performed in 13 patients, aged 65 - 83 years, with three- and four-part (by Neer classification) proximal humeral fractures. Rotator cuff injuries and shoulder contractures of various degrees were present in all patients. Surgical technique and postoperative rehabilitation program were described in details. Treatment results were assessed roentgenologically by Constant-Murley score in 6 months, 1, 2 and 3 years after intervention. Reverse total shoulder arthroplasty enabled to achieve good functional outcomes and considerable pain relief even in elderly patients with compound fractures and rotator cuff injuries.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):46-51
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Early treatment result in a patient with periprosthetic hip infection
Shubnyakov I.I., Bozhkova S.A., Artyukh V.A., Liventsov V.N., Kochish A.A., Afanas’ev A.V.
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Typical errors in rendering specialized care to patients with chronic periprosthetic infection after total hip arthroplasty are demonstrated on the example of one patient. The role of patient examination with due regard for the complication risk factors, insufficient alertness in respect to postoperative infectious complications, absence of continuity at the steps of surgical treatment, complexity of eradication of infectious agent and need of multidisciplinary approach for rendering care to this group of patients is specially emphasized.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):52-55
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First experience of ankle joint arthroplasty in a giant cell tumor of the tibial epiphysiometaphysis: case report and literature review
Snetkov A.I., Berchenko G.N., Frantov A.R., Batrakov S.Y., Kotlyarov R.S., Kravets I.M.
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Case report for the 18 years old female patient with a giant cell tumor of the distal articular end of the right tibia is presented. The surgical intervention included segmental resection of the articular end of the right tibia and substitution of the defect with the custom-made ankle endoprosthesis. The follow up period made up 4 years. The range of motion in the right ankle joint was satisfactory, no relapse occurred and the implant components were stable.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):56-61
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Prospective for the development of infectious complications prevention methods after large joints arthroplasty
Samokhin A.G., Kozlova Y.N., Fyodorov E.A., Pavlov V.V.
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The review gives the characteristics of the general status of the problem of infection in the zone of surgical intervention including the field of traumatology and orthopaedics. The shortcomings of antibiotic use and methods of their local delivery for surgical and orthopaedic needs are considered. The conception of local use of antibacterial agents and the requirements for the current “ideal” antibacterial agent are given. Classification of the local antibiotic delivery systems on the basis of their physicochemical properties is presented as well as the number of prospective methods for the prevention of microorganisms’ adhesion on the surface of the implanted devices and systems that could be used in traumatology and orthopaedics are examined.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):62-66
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Potentialities of endovascular surgery in traumatology and orthopaedics
Prozorov S.A., Ivanov P.A.
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The review presents the main trends for the use of roentgen-endovascular surgery that allow to improve the treatment results in trauma and orthopaedic patients.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):67-73
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Potentialities of the total hip arthroplasty results evaluation
Cherkasov M.A., Tikhilov R.M., Shubnyakov I.I., Kovalenko A.N., Rabadanov R.S.
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Since the 50th of the last century a great number of different systems for the evaluation of both short- and long term outcomes of total hip arthroplasty have been developed. The present paper covers different views and current trends towards the evaluation of arthroplasty outcomes.
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):74-77
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Outcomes of rehabilitation treatment in patients with lumbar spine dorsopathies
Strel’nikova A.V., Kiselyov A.S., Sadovoy M.A.
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The review presents the factors that influence the outcomes of rehabilitation treatment after decompressive- stabilizing operations on the lumbar spine
N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):78-81
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Plan of scientific and practical events in traumatology and orthopedics for 2018
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N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):82-84
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Index of Articles Published in 1-4, 2017
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N.N. Priorov Journal of Traumatology and Orthopedics. 2017;24(4):85-86
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