A V Streliaeva

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Among 29,875 autopsies 59 cases of mediastinal echinococcosis were revealed. Among 4178 patients with thoracic echinococcosis 55 patients had mediastinal echinococcosis. All the patients were operated, most of them underwent ideal ecinococcectomy. Intraoperative prophylaxis of echinococcosis was performed: plearal cavity was treated by low-frequency(More)
The drugs CK-1 and CK-2 are a kerosene milky-stage walnut (Juglans spp.) extract. The drugs CK-3, CK-4, and CK-5 are derived from monkshood (Aconitum) roots, garlic (Allium sativum), and Ferula, respectively. Albino mice were infected with hymenolepiasis by the procedure of B.A. Astafyev et al. (1989). The mice were aged 3 weeks, weighed 7-8 g, and(More)
Experimental series of 60 cotton rats and 150 white mice infected with echinococcus showed that 80-100% glycerin and 3% peroxide solution were effective scolicidal solutions for inactivation of the parasite. 344 patients have been operated on for hydatid disease with inactivation of the parasite by means of these scolicidal solutions. Glycerin during the(More)
A kerosene milky-stage walnut (Juglans spp.) extract, a folk medication, has come into wide use in the past 30 years. The drug CK-I was prepared on a scientific basis. Its acute toxicity and toxicological profile were studied on albino mice and rats, chickens, chicken embryos, piglets. The maximum non-lethal dose of CK-I was 19 g/kg for albino mice and 21(More)
The echinococcal immunosuppression induced in experimental mice by a human parasite strain is accompanied by immunosuppression, whereby the administration of immunomodulants favors normalization of the cell and humoral immunity chains. Among a series of preparations studied, the best results were obtained for polyoxidonium: in the case of immunosuppression(More)
Thirty-six piglets (15 days old) were inoculated with Echinococcus according to the authors' procedure. Hepatic hydatid cyst growth in the piglets was ultrasonographically monitored 3 months after inoculation. In 15 piglets, the size of hepatic hydatid cysts was as high as 6.5 x 8.5 cm 5 months after infection. The cavity of larvocystic fibrous capsule was(More)
Parasitic cysts were intraoperatively treated with glycerol in 179 patients with echinococcosis at various sites and 3% hydrogen peroxide in 165 patients with hepatic echinococcosis. Experiments on 60 cotton rats experimentally infected with Echinococcus alveolaris and 156 albino mice with E. granulosus provided evidence for the surgical use of 80-100%(More)
The investigation was undertaken to study the biology and ecology of Latrodectus, the possibilities of its importation to Russia from other countries, to breed Latrodectus in the laboratory setting, and to design the first homeopathic matrix of Latrodectus to manufacture homeopathic remedies. The authors were the first to devise a method for Latrodectus(More)
Experiments were carried out on 35 lambs infected with echinococcus eggs taken from canine donors, 5 lambs with echinococcosis, 5 lambs with echinococcosis + paecilomycosis, 5 lambs with coenurosis, 5 with cysticercosis ovis, 5 with alveococcosis, 5 with paecilomycosis, inoculated by the material taken from patients; and 5 healthy lambs formed a control(More)
This study was experimental and clinical. The experiments were made on 80 cotton rats. The clinical study covered 289 patients operated on for echinococcosis. Earlier studies indicated that echinococcosis is accompanied by secondary immunodeficiency and amino acid metabolic disorders. The homeopathic drug Cheblin-CK-1 used normalized amino acid metabolism(More)