E3S Web Conf.
Volume 284, 2021Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (TPACEE-2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Agribusiness and Soil Management|
|Published online||12 July 2021|
Anatomo-physiological features of knee injuries and possibilities of conservative treatment
Astrakhan State Medical University, 414000, Bakinskaya st., 121, Astrakhan, Russia
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The knee joint is a complex biomechanical system, where the complexity of structure determines pathology variety, difficulties in treatment and rehabilitation. The conservative treatment possibilities of the ligamentous apparatus injuries of a knee are the subject of our discussion. Purpose of the study is to analyze the prevalence of knee traumatic injuries and modern ideas about the conservative treatment possibility of these injuries. Ligamentous apparatus injury of a knee joint is a common one, especially among athletes, with different mechanisms of knee injuries characteristic of different sports. Injuries of the lateral collateral ligament must be diagnosed in a timely manner in order to determine the possibilities of conservative and / or surgical treatment. Failure to recognize the injury details can lead instability and poor results to a knee after ligament reconstruction. Proponents of conservative treatment tactics provide evidence that non-operative treating of the ligaments also gives good results. The complex structure of a knee joint and a large number of variants of its damage impose a special responsibility on traumatologists-rehabilitologists, who are engaged in the restoration of its functions. The question of the choice between surgical restoration or conservative treatment of acute BCS injuries of knee joints remains open and depends on the specific situation, but in each case, rehabilitation measures are required, on the timeliness and adequacy of which the patient's quality of life will depend on.
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