Artem Gushcha

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The paper presents the surgical outcomes of 300 patients with brain arterial aneurysms. A total of 43% of the patients were admitted to the unit within the first 72 hours of the onset of hemorrhage, 165 patients were operated on within the first fortnight, 135 were operated on in later periods. The aneurysms of the anterior communicating artery, internal(More)
The issue of advantage of endoscopic treatment of spinal disc herniations is debatable. Throughout the development, endoscopic technologies have been compared to microsurgical methods. The two-year experience of applying endoscopic methods was analyzed. The study included 183 patients. The effectiveness of the performed treatment was evaluated according to(More)
The paper analyzes the results of treatment for various diseases of the vertebral column, by applying endoscopic technologies. Group 1 included 5 patients with cervical hernias appeared as cervical radiculopathy. Group 2 comprised patients with diseases of the thoracic vertebral column, including 8 patients with discal hernias, 6 with primary or metastatic(More)
OBJECTIVE the study was aimed at assessment of the efficacy of percutaneous high frequency selective rhizotomy (PHFSR) after failure of conservative treatment of trigeminal neuralgia (TN) in multiple sclerosis (MS). MATERIAL AND METHODS A retrospective analysis of 28 patients with TN associated with MS who underwent percutaneous rhizotomy in the period(More)
The purpose of this study was to provide a rationale for surgical decompression in degenetative stenosis in terms of differential electrophysiological evaluation of sensory and motor conduction. The study has provided an algorithm for a comprehensive preoperative examination of patients, which makes it possible to perform differentiated decompressive(More)
The authors present the results of the examination of 70 patients with complicated injuries of the thoracic spine making use of clinical and electrophysiologic methods of investigations, axial computer tomography of the spinal column and of the spinal cord, thermography and ultrasound scanning of the spinal cord. The substantiation for using one or the(More)
AIM This study was aimed at assessing the efficacy of endoscopic technique in surgery for hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage. MATERIAL AND METHODS This paper focus on our experience (11 cases) of endoscopic removal of hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage. The paper presents examples of endoscopic removal of hematomas located in the basal ganglia (9(More)
Choosing the most appropriate tactics for surgical treatment of herniated cervical discs is a topical issue to be discussed. The idea of herniated disc removal using an endoscopic technique is not new. This is routine surgery for the lumbar spine. However, application of endoscopic techniques in surgery on the cervical spine was first reported only in 2014(More)