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The specialists of the Spinal Division performed a complex operation on removal of a serious postinfectious lumbar kyphosis.

The specialists of the Spinal Division performed a complex operation on removal of a serious postinfectious lumbar kyphosis. 07/11/2014

The specialists of the Spinal Division performed a complex operation on removal of a serious postinfectious lumbar kyphosis.


On June 08, 2014 the specialists of the spinal division under the leadership of Vladimir S.Klimov, the head of the division, and Sergey V.Kolesov, the head of spinal column pathology of the Central Research Institute of traumatology and orthopedics named afterN.N.Priorov,  have performed wedge resection operation. It consisted of spinal curvature resection on bulging side of damaged spondyles. This surgical procedure was directed particularly to recovery of the patient and restoration of all vital functions of loco-motor system.

Kyphosis is a serious malfunction of loco-motor system. Both children and adults are amenable to this disease. The main symptoms on early stage of the disease are pains in spinal cord precipitated by muscle spasms. Lumbar form does harm to spinal cord because the facet joints do not take the load. In the result the spinal cord stiffens and loses flexibility. The absence of modern treatment, either pharmaceutical or manual can precipitate disease progression and can lead to the necessity of surgical procedure.

The following may be the main reasons of the disease: sedentary life-style and absence of necessary quantity of physical activities. As a rule, this disease starts to develop in children during their school-time, at the age of 10-16. The final picture forms up to 20 years when formation of skeletal system is finished.


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