О. А. Даниленко, Е. Р. Макаревич, С. В. Леонард
УЗ «Минская городская клиническая больница № 6», УО «Белорусский государственный медицинский университет», УЗ «Брестская городская больница СМП»
Авторами статьи изучены результаты лечения 66 пациентов с нестабильностью сухожилия длинной головки бицепса (СДГБ), пролеченных за период с 2004 по 2017 год. В исследовании пациенты в зависимости от диагностированного типа нестабильности СДГБ по классификации Bennet (2003) были разделены на 5 групп.
ключевые слова: нестабильность бицепса, повреждения бицепса, вывих бицепса, вращательная манжета плеча
Instability of the tendon of the long head of the bicep
O. A. Danilenko, E. R. Makarevich, S. V. leonard
The authors of the article studied the results of treatment of 66 patients with unstable tendon of the long biceps head, treated for the period from 2004 to 2017. In the study, patients, depending on the diagnosed type of instability of the tendon of the long biceps head, according to the Bennet classification (2003), were divided into 5 groups.
keywords: biceps instability, biceps damage, biceps dislocation, rotator cuff of the shoulder
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