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Diseases of the joints, muscles and connective tissue (rheumatology)

Treatment of connective tissue dysplasia

Unfortunately, no method is known that would permanently get rid of connective tissue dysplasia, since this is a genetic problem. However, the competent use of complex measures can stabilize the patient's condition, alleviate the clinical signs of the disease.

Connective tissue dysplasia in children and adults

Such a syndrome as connective tissue dysplasia is said to be when the human body is prone to disturbances in the formation of cartilage tissue of joints, as well as other tissues, from birth. 

Treatment of osteochondropathy

In addition to drug therapy, the patient is prescribed a course of physiotherapy: therapeutic massages, electrophoresis, paraffin baths, heating, exercise therapy, shock wave therapy.

Osteochondropathy in children

In children, this pathology is much more common than in adults. This is due to the active growth of their bone system. The main age group of patients from 2 to 18 years.

Bone osteochondropathy

Osteochondropathy is a group of diseases of the osteo-articular system. They are characterized by aseptic subchondral infarction of the marginal portion of the spongy substance of bone tissue in places with increased stress.

Keller's osteochondropathy

It occurs in two forms, affects the bones of the foot and is age-related. Most often occurs in children and adolescents.

Osteochondropathy Shlyatter

The disease occurs on the background of long-term injury to the musculoskeletal system during the period of intensive growth of the skeleton. 

Osteochondropathy Scheuermann-Mau

The disease is characterized by damage to the bodies of the thoracic disks and vertebrae, the switching plates. 

Osteochondropathy

This pathology has a dystrophic nature and is closely related to genetic factors. According to the international classification of diseases ICD 10, it is included in group XIII of the Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue (M00-M99).

Osteochondropathy Perthesa

It is a fairly common pathology and accounts for about 17% of the total number of aseptic necrosis. It occurs in childhood or adolescence. It is a fairly common pathology and makes up about 17% of the total number of aseptic necrosis. It occurs in childhood or adolescence.

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