EPIDEMIOLOGIC PECULIARITIES OF DORSALGIA IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

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A survey of 1005 schoolchildren aged 6-17 years, including 52.4% of pupils of secondary urban schools and 47.6% of students of urban secondary gymnasium has been performed. There was detected frequency of back pain in schoolchildren and the structure of this pathology was presented. It was found that the frequency of back pain in children is affected by demographic factors (age and sex) and some social factors.

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Svetlana Yu Anisimova

Smolensky state medical academy

Email: Svetlana.y.anisimova@gmail.com
кафедра неврологии и психиатрии ФПК и ППС; Смоленская государственная медицинская академия; Smolensky state medical academy

Аndrei P Rachin

Smolensky state medical academy

кафедра неврологии и психиатрии ФПК и ППС; Смоленская государственная медицинская академия; Smolensky state medical academy

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