Полезная литература
В этом разделе собрали для вас список полезной литературы, в написании которых участвовали наши специалисты
Дмитрий Попков, Сергей Рябых

Несовершенный остеогенез. От диагностики к лечению
Постоянно меняющаяся информация о генетической природе несовершенного остеогенеза (НО), новые подходы к классификации и диагностике, возрастающий интерес к данной патологии требует тщательного анализа и обобщения имеющихся данных в современной литературе. Цель. Анализ современной литературы по вопросам эпидемиологии, патогенеза, этиологии, классификации несовершенного остеогенеза.
Dmitry A. Popkov, MD, PhD (Editor), June 2020

Understanding in Children with Cerebral Palsy: Orthopedic Problems
Cerebral palsy presents stable encephalopathy that systemically influences on the child's and adult's organism. Orthopedic complications of cerebral palsy possess on the contrary progressive features and those complications cause gradual failure of motor ability of a person: impaired walking, loss of postural ability, reduced self-care and inclusion, finally quality of life becoming much worse.
Dmitry Popkov, Anatoly Korobeinikov, Arnold Popkov, Yury Soldatov

External Fixation of the Elbow: Indications and Technique
Use of external fixation in orthopedics is mostly based on the principles of the Ilizarov method. However, the application of external frames in anatomically difficult zones like the elbow joint was often associated with mediocre outcomes and weak reproducibility results. Failure rates were due, not only to incorrect indications, but also to the misunderstanding of the basic principles of the method and to surgical technique errors.
Dmitry A. Popkov, MD, PhD (Editor)

Combined Stimulating Methods of Reconstructive Surgery in Pediatric Orthopedics
This book is concerned with a trend of reconstructive surgical orthopedics using reparative potential of the organism. It presents a detailed description of combined surgical treatment methods of orthopedic pathologies in children as well as experimental substantiation.
Dimitri Popkov, Pierre Lascombes

Experimental studies. Flexible Intramedullary Nailing in Children
Flexible Intramedullary Nailing (FIN) is a closed internal fixation method based on the principles of primary fracture healing of nonoperative treatment. Initial fracture hematoma and periosteum, which is largely preserved, are included as part of the well-known fracture—repair process. Our experimental study in rabbits conducted in 1985 confirmed that fracture healing with FIN is predominantly by periosteal callus, which forms outside of the fracture.
Dmitry Popkov, Arnold Popkov, Thierry Haumont, Pierre Journeau, Pierre Lascombes

Flexible intramedullary nail use in limb lengthening
We compared the healing index between 2 groups of children undergone the lengthening of upper and lower limbs carried out with the Ilizarov external fixator alone (group I, 194 cases of lengthening) or with the combination of the Ilizarov external fixator and intramedullary nailing (group II, 92 cases). Two nails of the diameter from 1.5 to 2.0 mm with the ray of curvature about 40 degrees to 50 degrees were used for the intramedullary nailing.
Dimitri Popkov, Pierre Lascombes

ECMES dans les corrections des déformations chez l'enfant atteint de rachitisme vitaminorésistant hypophosphatémique familial