EFFICACY OF BILATERAL SIMULTANEOUS HALLUX VALGUS CORRECTION COMPARED TO UNILATERAL

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The aim - to compare the results of simultaneous bilateral and unilateral surgical correction of hallux valgus and to create recommendations for treatment of the patients with this pathology. Material and methods. The authorse analyzed the data of 40 patients (60 feet) who carried out an operative treatment of hallux valgus in SPb multiprofile city hospital N 2 since 2011 to 2013. Functional (AOFAS score) and X-ray results were compared between groups with bilateral and unilateral correction. Mean AOFAS score in these 2 groups after 12 months after surgery was 85,6±6,2 and 85,5±6,9 (p>0,05), mean intermetatarsal angle - 8,4±0,5° and 8,8±0,8° (p>0,05) respectively. No statistically significant difference between these two groups was found. Conclusion. A bigger surgical trauma in case of simultaneous bilateral correction neither worsens functional and x-ray results nor increases a complication rate.

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A. V. Boychenko

St. Petersburg State University; Vreden Russian Research Institution of Traumatology and Orthopedics

Author for correspondence.
Email: aboychen@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

L. N. Solomin

St. Petersburg State University; Vreden Russian Research Institution of Traumatology and Orthopedics

Email: solomin.leonid@gmail.com
Russian Federation

S. G. Parfeyev

St. Petersburg State University; St. Petersburg City Hospital N 2

Email: orthogb2@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

I. E. Obukhov

St. Petersburg City Hospital N 2

Email: obukhov@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

M. S. Belokrylova

St. Petersburg State University

Email: kella-osa@mail.ru
Russian Federation

T. A. Pashukova

St. Petersburg State University

Email: mannaya_kasha@list.ru
Russian Federation

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