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Year 2009 Vol. 17 No 3

TRAUMATOLOGY AND ORTHOPEDICS

O. A. SOKOLOVSKY, A.B. DEMENTSOV, A.V. BELETSKY, G.A. BRODKO

THE MODELING INFLUENCE OF THE TRIPLE PELVIC OSTEOTOMY ON THE PROXIMAL PART OF THE FEMUR AT PERTHES DISEASE

The analysis of the modeling influence results of the triple pelvic osteotomy on the proximal part of the femur in case of Perthes disease unfavorable course in dynamics in comparison with statistically similar group of patients treated by the conservative method is carried out. The research has shown higher efficiency of the operative method of treatment. It is testified to the improvement of epiphysial, neck-epiphysial quotients and high percent of spherical congruency joints according to Stulberg classification in the disease outcome.

Keywords: Perthes disease, triple pelvic osteotomy
p. 112 - 120 of the original issue
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