Functional adaptation of bones. Explantation of skeletal deformities in skeletal genetic disorders
MAŘÍK, I., ZEMKOVÁ, D., MYSLIVEC, R., MAŘÍKOVÁ, A., ČERNÝ, P., KRAWCZYK, P. Functional adaptation of bones. Explantation of skeletal deformities in skeletal genetic disorders. Praha, 2017.
|Anglický název:||Functional adaptation of bones. Explantation of skeletal deformities in skeletal genetic disorders|
|Autoři:||Prof. MUDr. Ivo Mařík CSc. , Daniela Zemková , Radek Myslivec , Alena Maříková , Ing. Pavel Černý Ph.D. , Petr Krawczyk|
|Abstrakt EN:||Conclusion: At various genetic skeletal disorders (bone dysplasias), the functional adaptation of bones is affected in different levels, from the normal course to the pathological one. The remodelling is genetically predetermined. In these cases we observe various deformities of the skeleton. Orthotic treatment which is based on the three point balanced principle takes advantage of the three fundamental mechanisms (laws) of functional adaptation of connective tissues. We have many years ongoing experience with treatment of spine deformities by bracing and knee and shank deformities that can be corrected by orthoses with bending pre-stressing and/or by surgical method - so-called guided growth. Both methods of orthotic and surgical treatment use Hüter-Volkmann law (the 3rd mechanism of functional adaptation of bones) which involves growth of long bones.|