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HEADS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF

ORTHOPEDIC AND TRAUMATOLOGY 2

1926

1936

Full Professor FRUMIN I. Io.

1936

1941

Full Professor FRUMINA G.Ye.

1944

1952

Full Professor BABYCH B. K.

1952

1957

Full Professor КLIMOV K. M.

1957

1958

Full Professor YELETSKYO. G.

1958

1973

Full Professor BOGDANOV F. R.

1973

1988

Full Professor NOVIKOV M. V.

1988

2008

Full Professor POPOV V. A.

since 2008

Full ProfessorАNKIN M. L.

The department was established in 1926 and started its work at the orthopedic institute. Its founder, Full Professor I. Io. Frumin, headed the department in 1926-1936. In the years that followed the department was headed by Full Professor G. Ye. Frumina (1936-1941), B. K. Babych (1944-1952), K. N. Klimov (1952-1957), O. G. Yeletsky (1957-1958), F . R. Bogdanov (1958-1973), M. V. Novikov (1973-1988), V. A. Popov (1988-2008). Since 2008 the department has been headed by Full Professor M. L. Ankin.

In the early its existence the department worked at the organization of orthopaedic and traumatologic care in Ukraine, personnel training (I. I. Frumin). Full Professor G. Ye. Frumina founded a school of paediatric orthopedics; it focused on the problems of congenital malformations of the musculoskeletal system, congenital hip dislocation, clubfoot, consequences of poliomyelitis.

After the Second World War the scientific direction of the department was associated with the problems of the treatment of osteoarticular tuberculosis, gunshot osteomyelitis (B. K. Babych); false joints, bone defects and fractures (K. N. Klimov); with the problems of regeneration of bone tissue and its stimulation (O. G. Yeletsky).

In 1958-1973 the scientific direction of the department concerned the problems of metal osteosynthesis, bone grafting, dysplastic and degenerative joint diseases (F. R. Bogdanov). In the future the main direction of the department was advanced study of the problems of metal osteosynthesis (M. V. Novikov), deforming arthrosis of the knee, biomechanical area of degenerative lesions of joints in surgery, hip and knee joints, stable functional osteosynthesis of intra-articular fractures (V. A. Popov). At present the main direction of the research is surgical treatment of high-energy trauma of lower extremities (M. L. Ankin).