Influence of the vertebra displacement degree on low extremities muscles voluntary and evoked bioelectric activity parameters changes in patients with neurologically complicated spondylolisthesis of lumbar localization

  • А. П. Шеин SFI Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center “Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics” of the FA for HMT, Kurgan, Russia
  • Г. А. Криворучко SFI Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center “Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics” of the FA for HMT, Kurgan, Russia
  • К. В. Колчанов SFI Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center “Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics” of the FA for HMT, Kurgan, Russia
  • О. С. Россик SFI Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center “Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics” of the FA for HMT, Kurgan, Russia
Keywords: spine column, spondilolisthesis, muscles, electromyography

Abstract

Using global and stimulation EMG methods before and in various terms after operation 48 patients 13-62 years (21 - man's and 27 females) with neurologically complicated spondilolisthesis I-IV degrees of lumbar (L3-L5) localization were surveyed. Results of research allow to conclude, that preoperativ value of a sensomotor deficiency level quantitatively reflected in an integrated EMG-parameter (an index sensomotor deficiency - ISD), practically does not depend on a degree of vertebra displacement. Character of postoperative ISD-dynamics is determined by used technology of operative intervention, by postfixational functional loading mode on a spine column operated fragment and low extremities, and also by further progressing of degenerate changes speed in the damaged department of a spine column .
Published
2007-05-31
How to Cite
Шеин, А., Криворучко, Г., Колчанов, К., & Россик, О. (2007). Influence of the vertebra displacement degree on low extremities muscles voluntary and evoked bioelectric activity parameters changes in patients with neurologically complicated spondylolisthesis of lumbar localization. Bulletin of the International Scientific Surgical Association, 2(2-3), 39-40. Retrieved from http://surgjournal.ru/index.php/BISSA/article/view/199
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