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Повреждения межберцового синдесмоза чаще всего происходит при переломе лодыжек, механизм травмы в большинстве случаев пронационно- наружноротационный. Межберцовый синдесмоз окружают важные для стабильности голеностопного сустава связки: передняя межберцовая связка, задняя межберцовая связка и межкостная мембрана. Несмотря на многочисленные биомеханические и клинические исследования, посвященные пере- лому лодыжек, нет единых рекомендаций по вопросу стабилизации межберцового синдесмоза при различных типах переломов.

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Ф. Л. Лазко
Российский университет дружбы народов, Москва. ГБУЗ ГКБ № 67 им Л.А. Ворохобова

Л. О. Кнеллер
Российский университет дружбы народов, Москва. ГБУЗ ГКБ № 67 им Л.А. Ворохобова

А. Ю. Семенов
Российский университет дружбы народов, Москва. ГБУЗ ГКБ № 67 им Л.А. Ворохобова

Д. А. Романов
Российский университет дружбы народов, Москва. ГБУЗ ГКБ № 67 им Л.А. Ворохобова

М. Ф. Лазко
Российский университет дружбы народов, Москва. ГБУЗ ГКБ № 67 им Л.А. Ворохобова

Н. В. Загородний
Российский университет дружбы народов, Москва. ГБУЗ ГКБ № 67 им Л.А. Ворохобова

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Для цитирования:

Лазко Ф.Л., Кнеллер Л.О., Семенов А.Ю., Романов Д.А., Лазко М.Ф., Загородний Н.В. ПОКАЗАНИЯ К СТАБИЛИЗАЦИИ МЕЖБЕРЦОВОГО СИНДЕСМОЗА. Московский хирургический журнал. 2017;(6):11-17.

For citation:

Lazko F.L., Kneller L.O., Semenov A.Yu., Romanov D.A., Lazko M.F., Zagorodny N.V. INDICATIONS TO STABILIZATION OF TIBIOFIBULAR SYNDESMOSIS. Moscow Surgical Journal. 2017;(6):11-17. (In Russ.)

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