Modern Approaches to the Diagnosis of Combined Degenerative-Dystrophic Pathology of the Hip Joint and Spine
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Thereis no need to further develop issues related to the diagnosis of coxo-vertebral syndrome and treatment of this category of patients . With the advent of modern highly informative methods of structural and functional radiological visualization of the "hip joint – pelvis – spine" complex (vertebral-pelvic complex), new prospects have opened up for the full diagnosis of various variants of its static deformities. However, the sensitivity and specificity of radiological criteria used today as routine examination methods for this category of patients do not fully meet the needs of practical orthopedics. At the same time, the role and place of special radiological studies in modern clinical practice have not been definitively established.
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