MINIMALLY INVASIVE LUMBAR-PELVIC STABILIZATION FOR UNSTABLE PELVIC RING INJURIES

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Reconstructive operations for unstable  pelvic ring injuries  in most cases are performed  at later  date  after  trauma (period  of complete  stabilization of the vital functions). The paper presents  treatment outcomes  of three  patients with vertically unstable  pelvic ring injuries where minimally invasive lumbar-pelvic fixation with pedicle screws was applied. The morphology  of sacrum  injury  determined a configuration of the  lumbar-pelvic transpedicular system. In all cases the final surgery was performed  in the early period of traumatic disease, which made it possible to restore  the anatomy of the pelvic ring and obtain good functional outcomes.

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A. K. Dulaev

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute of Emergency Medicine; Pavlov First St. Petersburg State Medical University

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Alexander  K. Dulaev – Dr.  Sci (Med.),  Professor,  Head of the Department of Traumatology, Orthopedics and Vertebrology SPRIEM; the Head of Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics of FSPSMU

3, Budapeshtskaya ul., St. Petersburg, 192242; 6-8, ul. L’va Tolstogo, St. Petersburg, 197022

Russian Federation

I. V. Kazhanov

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute of Emergency Medicine

Author for correspondence.
Email: carta400@rambler.ru

Igor V. Kazhanov – Cand. Sci (Med.),  Leading Researcher of  Department of  the  Combined   Trauma S PRIEM; Head  of Department of Military Field  Surgery  Clinic MMA

3, Budapeshtskaya ul., St. Petersburg, 192242

Russian Federation

V. A. Manukovsky

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute of Emergency Medicine; Kirov Military Medical Academy of the Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Vadim A. Manukovsky  – Dr. Sci (Med.),  Professor, Deputy Director for  Clinical  work S PRIEM;    Professor of Military Field Surgery Clinic MMA

3, Budapeshtskaya ul., St. Petersburg, 192242; 6, ul. Akad. Lebedeva, St. Petersburg, 194044

Russian Federation

S. I. Mikityuk

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute of Emergency Medicine; Kirov Military Medical Academy of the Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Sergey I. Mikityuk  – Cand. Sci (Med.),  Senior Lecturer of Educational Center o SPRIEM;   Head   of  Department of Military Field Surgery Clinic MMA

3, Budapeshtskaya ul., St. Petersburg, 192242; 6, ul. Akad. Lebedeva, St. Petersburg, 194044

Russian Federation

R. A. Presnov

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute of Emergency Medicine

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Roman A. Presnov – Orthopedic Surgeon  of Department of Traumatology and  Orthopedics SPRIEM

3, Budapeshtskaya ul., St. Petersburg, 192242

Russian Federation

Y. V. Gavrishchyuk

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute of Emergency Medicine

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Yaroslav  V.  Gavrishuk  – Cand.   Sci  (Med.),   Head   of Operating Department  SPRIEM

3, Budapeshtskaya ul., St. Petersburg, 192242

Russian Federation

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