Influence of spinal injuries on the result of the traumatic process in victims with polytrauma as a result of an CAR accident
One of the main problems of injury surgery is to determine the impact of a specific injury on the course of the traumatic process as a whole. Especially it concerns such a complex pathology as spine injuries. The purpose of our study was to determine the features of the influence of various clinical and nosological variants of spine injuries on the course of the traumatic process in victims with polytrauma as a result of an accident. A retrospective analysis of the treatment of victims with polytrauma and spinal trauma, obtained as a result of an accident, was conducted. The period 2010 - 2016 years. It was found that among the victims with polytrauma as a result of an accident, the pathology of the traumatic process is most negatively affected by such nosological forms as vertebral fracture, multiple spine injuries and ligamentous apparatus damage. In the structure of mortality according to the clinical-nosological principle, the first place is the group of lesions with vertebral fractures, mainly due to clastic and explosion-detrital fractures.
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