Valentyna Maltseva

Valentyna Maltseva
National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine · Sytenko Institute of Spine and Joint Pathology

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September 2016 - July 2019
National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine
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Every year, more and more people suffer from illnesses and disabilities that occur due to lumbar pain. Many studies, some of that use in-vivo models, are conducted to decrease the socioeconomic impact of the consequences of degenerative spine diseases. Objective. To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of different in vivo models that are use...
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Objective: The aim: To assess the bone remodeling around highly porous titanium cups TTM in patients with low bone mass one year after total hip arthroplasty (THA). Patients and methods: Materials and methods: In this prospective study were included 18 patients (18 hips), whom was performed primary THA with the use of TTM cups. According to T-sc...
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Recommendations from the ICM-VTE General Delegates.
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The number of elderly people is constantly increasing all over the world. They are most often the patients who need orthopedic surgeries like arthroplasty, osteosynthesis and others. It is known that the process of bone regeneration depends on the patient's age. However, certain characteristics of bone regeneration process depend on the age remain...
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Nowadays total hip arthroplasty (THA) is one of the most successful surgical procedures in the world and the number of procedures performed is growing every year. However, its success largely depends on the absence of postoperative complications. Among the risk factors affecting the occurrence of postoperative complications are smoking, alcohol abu...
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Based on the systematic approach to the diagnosis of spinal pathology, there are no fundamental differences in the etiology of spine degenerative disease, facet joints arthritis, and other diseases. These diseases are considered multifactorial: age (aging), systemic regulatory factors (hormones, peptides, cytokines), genetic predisposition, inadequ...
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BACKGROUND Today, biological fixation of uncemented press-fit acetabular components plays an important role in total hip arthroplasty. Long-term stable fixation of these implants depends on the osseointegration of the acetabular cup bone tissue into the acetabular cup implant, and their ability to withstand functional loads. AIM To compare the stre...
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Objective. To study internal tensions in bone and soft tissues of shin at normal condition and at isolated tibia nonunion, the range of fragments displacement, callous structure and to sustain the conception of treatment. Methods. Due to finite-element method we created three models: I-anatomic norm; II-transverse defect of 5 mm height on the middl...
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Basing on the analysis of the scientific literature to study the prevalence of osteoporosis and osteopenia among patients with hip osteoarthritis undergoing THA and to establish the influence of osteoporosis/osteopenia on the choice of implants and on the restoration of the joint function after the surgery. Osteoporosis and osteopenia are manifeste...
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Objective: To investigate the relationship between the structure of articular cartilage and subchondral bone of the knee or hip joint in postmenopausal women with osteoarthrosis.Methods: The postoperative material was obtained during the operations of total hip or knee arthroplasty of 20 women with X-ray confirmed knee (n=10) or hip (n=10) osteoart...
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Background To compare structural features of the femoral bone of ovariectomized and non-ovariectomized rats after implantation of porous materials (TANTALUM, CONCELOC, TTM, ATLANT). Methods Experiments were carried out on 56 white laboratory female rats aged 6 months. Rats were randomly assigned into groups: sham-operated control group (SH) or ova...
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Background To compare structural features of femoral bone of ovariectomized and non-ovariectomized rats after implantation of porous materials (TANTALUM, CONCELOC, TTM, ATLANT). Methods Experiments were carried out on 56 white laboratory female rats aged 6-months. Rats were randomly assigned into groups: Sham control group (SH) or ovariectomy group...
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Background: To compare structural features of femoral bone of ovariectomized and non-ovariectomized rats after implantation of porous materials (TANTALUM, CONCELOC, TTM, ATLANT). Methods: Experiments were carried out on 56 white laboratory female rats aged 6-months. Rats were randomly assigned into groups: Sham-operated control group (SH) or ovarie...
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The involvement of Ukrainian clinical scientists in the field of orthopedics and traumatology in world of medicine is an urgent problem, as evidenced by the level of reflection of domestic research in international specialized publications. Objective: to determine the features of scientific activity of Ukrainian orthopedic and traumatology surgeons...
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The aim is to study the bone response to the implantation of two glass-ceramic materials into the distal metaphysis of the femur of rats. Experiment was carried out on 30 white 4-month-old laboratory male rats. Animals were randomly divided into two groups for the implantation of two types of calcium silicate-phosphate glasses (BS-11 or ASZ-5) into...
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Blocking of the growth plate (GP) using plates with screws (tension band plating) is a modern method used to correct deformities and moderate leg length discrepancy in growing children. Determining the duration of temporary bilateral blocking without the occurrence of irreversible changes of GP is of paramount importance important. Methods: Two-mon...
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The aim is to study the characteristics of bone regeneration under the conditions of implantation of carbon/carbon composite material with and without pyrocarbon coating in the vertebral bodies of rat. C/c composite (n=9) or c/c composite & PC (n=9) were implanted into hole defects in the LIII vertebral bodies of white laboratory male rats (6-7 mon...
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In the elderly and senile age, osteoporosis and spinal osteochondrosis are found with high frequency, which determines the study of their common development mechanisms. Objective: to study the level of 25(OH)D and 1.25(OH)2D3 and indicators of bone metabolism in the blood serum of postmenopausal women with spinal osteochondrosis and low bone minera...
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Finding the optimal graft for filling bone defects and optimizing reparative osteogenesis are actual problems of orthopаedics and traumatology. The peculiarities of the restructuring and the biocompatibility of plastic materials saturated with bioactive factors of blood serum are poorly understood. Objective: to study the morphological features of...
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Today, the most common procedure in case of osteoporotic vertebral body fractures is percutaneous vertebroplasty and percutaneous balloon kyphoplasty. Bone cement, which is used for these procedures, stabilizes the vertebral body after an osteoporotic fracture and contributes to increasing of strength. The purpose of the study was to determine the...
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Today, the technology of open reposition and external osteosynthesis (AO) is leading one in the treatment of intraarticular fractures. In the presence of many positive characteristic of these technologies, their high invasiveness, causing a significant amount of early infection necrotic complications and late regeneration disorders, is an objective...
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The prevalence of degenerative changes in the intervertebral disc and associated pain causes the development methods of minimally invasive therapy for inimize injuries during surgery and to obtain effective results. For microdiscectomy are used various methods in the case of intervertebral disc herniation. However, changes occur at the tissue leve...
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Aim: to investigate the structural and functional changes in paravertebral muscles of patients with degenerative diseases of the lumbar spine based on histological and electron microscopic analyzes. Material and methods: histological and electron microscopic analysis of multifidus muscles of 49 patients (27 men and 22 women) was performed. Patients...
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For the treatment of the moderate leg length discrepancy (2–6 cm) in children surgeons use temporal growth plate (GP or epiphyseal cartilage) block with plates and screws. Objective: to study morphological changes in distal femur growth plate of rabbits under bilateral temporal block with non-locking plates and screws. Methods: we blocked distal GP...
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Osteochondrosis of the spine is one of the common chronic diseases in humans. However, histological studies regarding changes in the intervertebral disc, depending on the state of adjacent bone tissue, in particular bone tissue of apothisis is not found, however these structures are associated with metabolism. The purpose of the study is to investi...
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The current state of the problem of studying the low-level action of lead on the cells of the skeletal tissues – bone and cartilage – is analyzed. The influence of lead on osteoblastogenesis is presented, the question remains the action of this element on osteoclasts, poorly studied the effect on osteocytes. The effect of lead on chondrocytes, whic...
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Degenerative spine diseases are common throughout the world. There are many factors that lead to these diseases. One of these exogenous factors may be Pb exposure. Most of the fundamental investigations about the negative effects of the Pb exposure have investigated the impact of high doses of Pb, while Pb exposure in low concentrations has been in...
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Lead is the most common heavy metal with which contacts person during for life. Study the effect of lead on various organs and systems devoted a lot of research, but the problem of its action on the matrix of cartilage and bone poorly studied, there are only a few studies devoted to this issue. The aim of study. To determine the features of lead e...
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Lead is one of the main toxic elements in the environment. According to WHO, this element included in the list of 10 leading risk factors of disease in Ukraine. It’s know that lead causes a negative impact on the human skeleton, but most of the studies in which it was studied, investigated the effect of high doses of lead. The effect of lead on the...
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Lead is the most widely distributed heavy metal which has effects of the health of the population of Ukraine. At present there is a problem of influence of low concentrations of lead on the human organism, particularly at osteoporosis. The aim of the study was to determine the features of lead exposure on the cells of the bone tissue of the verteb...
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Maltseva V. (2016). Effect of lead on structural and functional state of bone tissue of spine rats with osteoporosis. Dosagnenna biologii ta medicini, (1), 4-7. http://biomed.odmu.edu.ua/?p=4576&lang=en. In the experimental study there was examined the lead exposure on bone tissue of vertebral bodies of lumbar spine of rats with modeling osteopor...
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Objective: To assess BMD outcomes of minimally invasive lumbar interbody fusion surgery for degenerative lumbar spine disease. Material and methods: This study included 17 men patients, who had a solid union after instrumented intertransverse process fusion at the L4-S1 and L5-S1 levels. The average patient age at the time of this study was 42.5±2....
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В Харькове 24 мая 2014 г. был проведен Международ-ный симпозиум Общества малоинвазивной и инструмен-тальной хирургии позвоночника (ISMISS). В его работе приняли участие ортопеды-травматологи, нейрохирурги, невропатологи, инженеры из Украины, Германии, Швей-царии, Великобритании, Индонезии
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Objective: Osteoporotic fractures are a serious complication of osteoporosis, however, a fracture that occurs at different stages of life, can also affect on bone health and it can be a risk factor for osteopenia and osteoporosis. Objective was to estimate BMD of patients with a history of low-energy fractures before peak bone formation, physiologi...
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Впервые на территории Украины, а также всего постсоветского пространства 23–25 мая 2013 г. в Харькове прошел совместный научно-образовательный симпозиум, организаторами которого выступили Общество исследователей сколиоза (Scolosis Research Society) и Международное общество малоинвазивной хирургии позвоночника (International Society of Minimalinvasi...
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Bone mineral density (BMD) has been studied 81 women aged from 41 to 60 years who had a fracture of the long bones in history. At the time survey patients were relatively healthy. It was found that in the group of patients 41-50 years old, who fracture occurred in 3.7+0.5 years prior to the survey, osteopenia and osteoporosis are fixed at 37.04 %....
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The influence of different combinations of low-intensity infrared laser radiation, Diclofenac and Glucosamine on the ultrastructural organization of an articular cartilage of rats with experimental osteoarthrosis was studied with help of methods of transmission electronic microscopy. It was found out that glucocorticoid-induced osteoarthrosis was a...
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Низький рівень свинцю в крові (0,05 мг/л) не забезпечує відсутність його негативного впливу на здоров'я населення. Відомо, що свинець абсорбується в основному в кістковій тканині, причому у дітей цей процес відбувається в 4–5 разів швидше, ніж у дорослих. Особливому ризику підлягають діти, що проживають в містах, внаслідок великої кількості автомоб...
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The article presents the results of experimental study of the effect of lead intoxication on the intervertebral disc of laboratory rats. It was revealed that in lead intoxication degenerative disorders occur in all parts of the intervertebral disc of rats, affecting both the structure of the annulus fibrosus and the nucleus pulposus. At the same ti...
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В Харькове 6–7 октября 2011 г. прошла научно-практическая конференция «Современные исследования в ортопедии и травматологии», посвященная памяти выдающегося ученого ортопеда-травматолога академика Коржа А.А. На конференции были рассмотрены ключевые вопросы:1. Фундаментальные и теоретические исследования в об- ласти ортопедии и травматологии.2. Эксп...
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12 ноября 2010 г. исполнилось 125 лет со дня рож- дения выдающегося ученого ортопеда-травматолога, члена-корреспондента АН Украины профессора Михаи- ла Ивановича Ситенко. М.И. Ситенко является основателем отечественной ортопедии и травматологии, с его именем связано создание ортопедо-травматологической службы в Украине. В память о Михаиле Ивановиче...
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29–30 мая 2010 г. в Харьков в восьмой раз состоялся Международный симпозиум Общества малоинвазивной и инструментальной хирургии позвоночника (ISMISS). В работе симпозиума приняли участие ортопедытравматологи, нейрохирурги, невропатологи, инженеры из Украины, России, Узбекистана, Германии, Австрии, Швейцарии, Хорватии, Турции.

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