Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : arthroscopy


CHRONIC INSTABILITY OF THE SHOULDER JOINT: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW AND A TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SURGICAL TREATMENT

Irismetov M.E.; Jongirov S.A.; Saleev B.V.; Mamatkulov K.M.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1348-1358

The analysis of literature data, which made it possible to characterize the main modern stages
in the development and establishment of diagnosis and treatment of shoulder joint instability,
was carried out. The purpose of this review was to highlight the main directions in the
treatment of chronic instability of the shoulder joint and identify problematic issues requiring
further scientific research. The main results of observation of patients undergoing various
types of arthroscopic treatment are presented. The modern level of diagnostics makes it
possible to accurately determine the indications for surgical treatment. Isolation of all possible
links of pathogenesis and individual preoperative planning are the main tasks of preventing
recurrence of instability.

CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC ALGORITHM FOR ARTHROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE

M.E. Irismetov; N.B. Safarov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 946-950

Purpose of current investigation was to improve the arthroscopy technique of patients with osteoarthritis of knee, by introduction of complex clinic and diagnostic algorithm. Materials and methods. The investigation was carried out on the basis of 218 patients data of the clinic of Sport traumatology department of Republican Scientific and practical medical Centre of Traumatology and Orthopedics during 2014-2018 yy. with osteoarthritis of knee of different degree (0-IV st.) by Kellgren and Lawrence classification. All patients were carried out 5 types arthroscopic operations depending on the stage o morphologic alteration, that based to development of clinic and diagnostic algorithm. Results were studied at nearest (3-6 months) and long term (6 months - year) periods. At postoperative period to patientsmedications, early rehabilitations and physiotherapy were recommended. In our data, in 96,5% were positive results. Conclusion. Arthroscopy with using of clinic and diagnostic algorithm is allowed to rise of share good results, to activate of patients and to begin of early rehabilitations at postoperative periods.