Crimea State Medical University
named after S. I. Georgievsky
index Crimea State Medical University 5/7 Boulevard Lenin,
95006-Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine.

Phone: +38-067-6433202 Fax: +38-064-2504908

Orthopedics& Traumatology


The individual program of  specializedtrainingcoursebasedon  thestandardprogramof  theMinistry of  Health of Ukraine and approved  by  the  Scientific  Council  and  the  Rector  of  the Crimea state medical university.


The   individual   program   of specialization   included   the following theoretical and practical aspects:


Theoretical course


  • Traumatic shock.
  • Osteomyelitis.
  • Bone tissue regeneration and its disorders.
  • Injuries of muscles, tendons, nerves and blood vessels.
  • Congenital developmental dysplasia of hip.
  • Congenital and acquired foot deformations.
  • Trauma of chest and abdomen.
  • Osteochondrosis and osteoarthritis.
  • Injuries of shoulder and pelvic girdle.
  • Injuries of the upper and lower extremities.
  • Congenital disorders of upper extremity.
  • Injuries and deformations of spine.
  • Polytrauma, fatty and thromboembolism.
  • Bone and skeletal  tissue tumours.         
  • Infectious diseases of bones and joints.
  • Amputations and prosthetics.
  • Gait analysis.
  • Gout.
  • Traumatic dislocations. 


Practical course:


  • Operations on spine.
  • Static foot deformaties.
  • Repair and reconstruction of knee joint  ligaments.
  • Osteosynthesis of upper and lower extremities.
  • Osteosynthesis of spine.
  • External fixation methods.
  • Correction of angular deformities by  Ilizarov technique.
  • Lengthening of bones and soft tissue by  Ilizarov technique.
  • Treatment of fractures by  Ilizarov technique.
  • Tendon repair and surgery of  soft  tissue.
  • Posterior  spondylodesis  of  lumbar  vertebrae.
  • Arthrodesis  and  osteotomies.
  • Arthroplasty of knee and hip joints.
  • Arthroscopy.
  • Excision of bone tumors.
  • Treatment of osteomyelitis  by  Ilizarov technique.
  • Skin grafting.
  • Drainage of abscess and amputation.
  • Surgical management of knee ligament injuries
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