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KARDANOV Andrey

Deputy Chief Doctor ECSTO, Orthopaedist Surgeon M.D., Ph.D., Professor
2009
Starts working
at EMC
1993
Beginning of
the medical career

In 1993 graduated from the Department of Medicine of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. Completed residency and postgraduate studies at the Department of Traumatology and Orthopaedics at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (academic advisor: professor N. V. Zagorodny, MD, PhD).
Every 5 years participates in specialized advanced study courses.

Experience

From 1993 to 2001, worked as an attending physician, later, as a traumatologist-orthopedist at the Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 71 (Moscow). From 2001 to 2009, served as a head of the Department of Orthopedics at the Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 31 (Moscow).
Teaches traumatology and orthopedics to students and interns of PFUR, and students at continued medical education department of PFUR.

Scientific works

Has over 15 publications in peer-reviewed journals. The author of two practical manuals and monographs on foot surgery.
Regularly attends international congresses (SOFCOT, AAOS, SICOT, ASTAOR) and specialized courses in hip and knee replacement, foot and ankle surgery in Switzerland, Germany and France.

Membership

Member of the Association of Surgeons Orthopedists of France (SOFCOT); member of the Association of Sports Traumatologists, Arthroscopic and Orthopedic Surgeons and Rehabilitation Specialists (ASTAOR); Member of the Russian Society of Foot and Ankle Surgery (RUSFAS).

Professional interests

  • Replacement arthroplasty of major joints: knee, hip;

  • Small joints arthroplasty – ankle, talocrural, metatarsophalangeal, interphalangeal (foot);

  • Reconstructive surgery of sports injuries (except arthroscopy);

  • Surgical correction of foot and toe deformities;

  • Surgical correction of flat foot;

  • Surgical correction of lower limbs’ deformities;

  • Surgical treatment of ununited fractures and false joints;

  • Surgical treatment of benign tumors of the limbs.

Languages

French, English.

KARDANOV Andrey

Deputy Chief Doctor ECSTO, Orthopaedist Surgeon M.D., Ph.D., Professor
2009
Starts working
at EMC
1993
Beginning of
the medical career

In 1993 graduated from the Department of Medicine of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. Completed residency and postgraduate studies at the Department of Traumatology and Orthopaedics at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (academic advisor: professor N. V. Zagorodny, MD, PhD).
Every 5 years participates in specialized advanced study courses.

Department European Clinic of Sports Traumatology and Orthopedics 129090, Moscow, Orlovsky lane, 7 Telephone: +7 495 933-66-44

Experience

From 1993 to 2001, worked as an attending physician, later, as a traumatologist-orthopedist at the Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 71 (Moscow). From 2001 to 2009, served as a head of the Department of Orthopedics at the Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 31 (Moscow).
Teaches traumatology and orthopedics to students and interns of PFUR, and students at continued medical education department of PFUR.

Scientific works

Has over 15 publications in peer-reviewed journals. The author of two practical manuals and monographs on foot surgery.
Regularly attends international congresses (SOFCOT, AAOS, SICOT, ASTAOR) and specialized courses in hip and knee replacement, foot and ankle surgery in Switzerland, Germany and France.

Membership

Member of the Association of Surgeons Orthopedists of France (SOFCOT); member of the Association of Sports Traumatologists, Arthroscopic and Orthopedic Surgeons and Rehabilitation Specialists (ASTAOR); Member of the Russian Society of Foot and Ankle Surgery (RUSFAS).

Questions

My mom suffers from gonarthrosis for the past three years. Despite treatment by injections the pain is still present. MRI revealed a meniscal tear in the posterior horn, the presence of small bony osteophytes on the patella, a small amount of fluid in the joint cavity (signs of exudative synovitis ( read more )

My mom suffers from gonarthrosis for the past three years. Despite treatment by injections the pain is still present. MRI revealed a meniscal tear in the posterior horn, the presence of small bony osteophytes on the patella, a small amount of fluid in the joint cavity (signs of exudative synovitis were detected) joint space is asymmetrically narrowed in the medial segment. The pain is ongoing but the knee remains flexible. Tell me, please, whether the surgery is contraindicated for meniscal tear in case of arthrosis? Is it possible to do an arthroscopic surgery on the meniscus in our case or it should be «major» surgery? And what would you advice concerning knee replacement for the patient in the age of 57? What is the life time of the artificial joint? ( hide )

It is necessary to make an X-ray of the knee in direct projection in standing position. If it turns out that there is no medial cartilage in the medial area, then the knee replacement is the only solution. The age of 57 is normal for the prosthetics. Modern artificial knee joint (when properly placed of course) will serve for a lifetime. You can make an appointment via phone ( read more )

It is necessary to make an X-ray of the knee in direct projection in standing position. If it turns out that there is no medial cartilage in the medial area, then the knee replacement is the only solution. The age of 57 is normal for the prosthetics. Modern artificial knee joint (when properly placed of course) will serve for a lifetime. You can make an appointment via phone +7 (495) 933-66-44. ( hide )

09.10.2012
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