Adaptive Capabilities of the Braditrophic Structures


Adaptive capabilities of braditroph structures at various modes of motor activity on the example of the intervertebral disc (from the perspective of rehabilitation of patients with cerebral palsy by Prof. VI Kozyavkin) - Lviv: "Design Studio" Papuga ", 2014. - 136 p.

Book in Russian language

ISBN 978-617-7142-09-5

Care for patients with a diagnosis of "cerebral palsy" requires recoveryof regulation and metabolism of muscle, bone and other tissues of the musculoskeletal system, including the widely spread braditrofnyh tissue forming the ligaments, tendons, fascia, aponeuroses and other structures.

These tissues are substantially free of vessels and are dependent on the diffusion type of trophicity. Violation of the diffusion process leads to the degenerative processes. The biggest structure of the body hat has not blood vessels, is the intervertebral disc. In the experiment, restructuring of the intervertebral disc was traced under different conditions of motor activity.

Learinng more about adaptive capability of the intervertebral disks can be the basis for further development of rehabilitation activities.

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