ВЛИЯНИЕ САГИТТАЛЬНОГО БАЛАНСА ВЕРТЕБРО-ПЕЛЬВИ-ФЕМОРАЛЬНОГО КОМПЛЕКСА НА ПОЛОЖЕНИЕ ЧАШКИ ПРИ ТОТАЛЬНОМ ЭНДОПРОТЕЗИРОВАНИИ ТАЗОБЕДРЕННОГО СУСТАВА
И. В. Хохлов
ФГБУ ДПО «Центральная государственная медицинская академия» УД Президента РФ, Москва
И. А. Смышляев
А. В. Рогощенкова
Й. Х. Гази
С. И. Гильфанов
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Ключевые слова

эндопротезирования
саггитальный баланс
вертебро-пельви-феморальная мобильность

Как цитировать

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И. В. Хохлов, И. А. Смышляев, А. В. Рогощенкова, Й. Х. Гази, и С. И. Гильфанов, ВЛИЯНИЕ САГИТТАЛЬНОГО БАЛАНСА ВЕРТЕБРО-ПЕЛЬВИ-ФЕМОРАЛЬНОГО КОМПЛЕКСА НА ПОЛОЖЕНИЕ ЧАШКИ ПРИ ТОТАЛЬНОМ ЭНДОПРОТЕЗИРОВАНИИ ТАЗОБЕДРЕННОГО СУСТАВА, КМКВ, т. 3, сс. 99-106, дек. 2022.
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Аннотация

В данной работе проведен обзор литературы по вопросам сагиттального баланса вертебро-пельви-феморального (ВПФ) комплекса при эндопротезировании тазобедренного сустава, даны рекомендации по использованию терминологии, обобщены различные классификации ВПФ мобильности и описаны соответствующие им алгоритмы лечения. При нарушении сагиттального баланса ВПФ комплекса увеличивается частота вывихов эндопротеза, снижается качество жизни, функциональный результат и удовлетворенность результатами лечения. Существует два основных типа нарушения биомеханики поясничного отдела позвоночника и таза - ригидность и гипермобильность. При установке чашки необходимо стремиться к безопасной функциональной зоне (БФЗ), которую подбирают ориентируясь на сагиттальный баланс.
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