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ПАТЕЛЛОФЕМОРАЛДЫ ОСТЕОАРТРИТ: ТІЗЕ БУЫНЫ ОСТЕОАРТРИТІНІҢ МАҢЫЗДЫ ТОПШАСЫ
Остеоартрит (ОА) заманауи медицинаның өзекті мәселелерінің бірі, бұл аурудың ұдайы өсуімен, науқастарды емдеу мен инвалидизациялаудың экономикалық шығындарымен дәлелденеді. Тізе буыны үш компонентті болғандықтан, аурудың радиологиялық көріністері өте көп. Пателлофеморалды буын (ПФБ) жиі зақымдалатын бөлімдердің бірі болып табылады. ПФБ ОА жиі байқалса да, бұл нақты аурулар топшасы айтарлықтай деңгейде танылмаған. Жақындағы зерттеулер ПФБ тізе буыны ОА белгілерінің ғана маңызды көзі болып табылатынын көрсетпейді, сонымен қатар ПФБ ОА бар адамдар жамбас-сан буынының ОА тибиофеморалды буыны (ТФБ) кезінде байқалатын белгілерден ерекшеленетін ауру белгілерін көрсетеді. Бұл ПФБ ОА бар науқастарды бағалау мен емдеуде маңызды. 

Кенес Р. Ақылжанов 1,2, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3342-2424

Марат А. Жанаспаев 1, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0610-0112

 

1 Травматология және ортопедия кафедрасы,

Семей қаласының Мемлекеттік Медицина университеті,

Семей қ., Қазақстан Республикасы;

2 Политравма бөлімшесі, №1 Қалалық ауруханасы,

Павлодар қ., Қазақстан Республикасы

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