TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH SPINAL LESIONS PERCUTANEOUS VERTEBROPLASTY
Keywords:capacity, acrylates, vertebroplasty, restore
The main goal of vertebroplasty is, first of all, to restore the support capacity of the damaged or affected vertebra sufficiently early in time, to achieve an analgesic, antitumor effect (Diamond T. N. et al., 2003, Steens J. et al., 2007). Thus, the terms of inpatient treatment of the patient are significantly reduced, and only early activation of the patient and his social adaptation are achieved. In neurosurgery, the use of acrylates is quite old. So, to date, plastic surgery of defects in the arch and base of the skull with composite materials based on polymethylmethacrylate is used.
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