SU624613A1 - Method of treating congenital femur dislocation - Google Patents

Method of treating congenital femur dislocation

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SU624613A1
SU624613A1 SU772483218A SU2483218A SU624613A1 SU 624613 A1 SU624613 A1 SU 624613A1 SU 772483218 A SU772483218 A SU 772483218A SU 2483218 A SU2483218 A SU 2483218A SU 624613 A1 SU624613 A1 SU 624613A1
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method
dislocation
femur
treating congenital
femoral head
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Егор Селиверстович Тихоненков
Юрий Иванович Поздникин
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Tikhonenkov Egor S
Pozdnikin Yurij
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This invention relates to the field of medicine, namely to pediatric orthopedics.

There is a method of treating congenital dislocation of the hip by lowering and then immobilizing the hip joint ij.

However, this method may develop dystrophy with subsequent deformation of the femoral head.

The aim of the invention is to simplify the method and prevent contractures and dystrophy of the femoral head. .

This is achieved by directly producing

ANOTOMY of the Lead Muscles and MUSCLE-GIS

bateia thighs.

The method is carried out as follows.

After preoperative preparation, a hip joints puncture is performed to the patient in the operating roentgenocabinet under mask anesthesia with subsequent contrasting. Take a picture and identify the obstacles to reduction. If they are not, then subcutaneous tenotomy of the protruding and subspinal muscles is performed. After this dilution, the thigh is freely achieved by reposition of the heads through the posterior edge of the depression. With a stable position of the femoral head in the depression, a plaster dressage is applied in the Lorentz 1 position for 1-2 months. In the future, functional treatment is carried out.

The proposed method provides prevention of contractures and dystrophy of the femoral head.

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1. BME, 1958, v. 6, pp. 35-38.
SU772483218A 1977-05-10 1977-05-10 Method of treating congenital femur dislocation SU624613A1 (en)

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