A A Miasnikov

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The authors describe three comparatively rare cases of extremely severe symptomatic autoimmune thrombocytopenia associated with systemic lupus erythematosus. The use of glucocorticoids in large doses and in two cases of splenectomy turned out ineffective. The next therapeutic measures are suggested in the following succession: glucocorticoids----cytostatic(More)
Results of using endovideosurgical technology for diagnosis and treatment of hematological diseases in 123 patients are described. It was shown that laparoscopy is highly effective parallel with ultrasound examination and tomography in a complex diagnostic program. Using the developed diagnostic algorithm was shown to be very expedient for making primary(More)
The results of splenectomy followed by chemotherapy are analysed. Fifteen patients with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) were entered into the study. The maximal survival of one of the patients subjected to splenectomy was 102 months. The authors come to the conclusion that it is desirable that CML patients should be subjected to splenectomy after preliminary(More)
The authors report the use of the cytostatic drug cytosar in the control of herpetic complications in patients with acute leukemia and lymphogranulomatosis. A distinct effect was obtained as a result of intravenous drip of cytosar in a dose of 0.03-0.05 g for 2 days. It is desirable that cytosar therapy may be instituted within the first days of the(More)
One of the clinical features of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) after splenectomy lies in the development of an unusual hyperthrombocytic syndrome. In the course of a long-term observation, 12 out of 14 patients subjected to splenectomy demonstrated maximum thrombocytosis ranging from 1.008 X 10(9) to 3.053 X 10(9)/l. Hemorrhagic manifestations occurred in 6(More)
As many as 107 patients with lymphogranulomatosis subjected to multimodality therapy were followed up for a long time. The rate of the occurrence of pneumofibrosis, alterations on the part of the cardiovascular system, the rate and causes of the development of hypothyrosis and herpetic infection are described. The cases of osteonecrosis of the head of the(More)
The authors discuss the role and place of chest x-ray tomography, scintigraphy with 67Ga-citrate, ultrasonic investigation, angiography, angioscintigraphy, computed tomography, scintigraphy of the liver and bones in the diagnosis of recurrences of Hodgkin's disease and in control of a progress of disease. Indications for a successive use of one or the other(More)
The authors review variants of radiotherapy of patients with lymphogranulomatosis. Regard the method of irradiation with broad fields of complicated configuration as preferable. Point to the advisability of using one or another method depending on the disease stage. Describe the conditions necessary, in their opinion, for successful radiotherapy of(More)
The authors relate the results of multimodality treatment of 90 patients with stages I-IIIA lymphogranulomatosis. The total survival amounted to 86.4 +/- 3.8% within the time exceeding 7 years. The efficacy of the treatment of patients with lymphogranulomatosis of different stages by using multi-beam and broad-beam radiation is under comparison. The data(More)