Dilshod Pulatov

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BACKGROUND Prisons of the former Soviet Union (FSU) have high rates of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and are thought to drive general population tuberculosis (TB) epidemics. Effective prison case detection, though employing more expensive technologies, may reduce long-term treatment costs and slow MDR-TB transmission. METHODS AND FINDINGS We(More)
SETTING Tuberculosis (TB) is highly prevalent in prisons of the former Soviet Union. OBJECTIVE To understand the behavioral, demographic and biological factors placing inmates in Tajikistan at risk for active TB. DESIGN We administered a behavioral and demographic survey to 1317 inmates in two prison facilities in Sughd province, Tajikistan along with(More)
The subjective, objective evidences of status of 61 patients with primary liver cancer were studied. The patients were divided into two groups. The first group underwent a course of chemotherapy, the second group--combined chemotherapy with ericsin as an immunomodulator. Decrease of pain sensation, less side effects of treatment, improvement of general(More)
Exposed to endovascular chemotherapy were twenty patients with inoperable primary carcinoma of the liver. There was an instant rise in the posttreatment versus basal clinical-and-biochemical indices and their direct correspondence with the functional stage of the primary disease in the liver. The improvement in severity of the condition was more poor in(More)
The study was concerned with identifying toxic effect of certain methods of radiotherapy of metastatic lesions of the lung. Leukocyte index intoxication (Kalf-Kalif), paramecin test and mean molecule level determination were used. The worst endogenous intoxication was found to be caused by irradiating four consecutive fields of the mediastinum. The least(More)
The intraarterial catheter chemotherapy was instituted, its efficiency assessed, in 20 patients with primary carcinoma of the liver. Indices of the coagulogram were studied at admission into hospital and on reaching the end of the treatment. In 6 patients, chemotherapy was combined with anticoagulating therapy. In patients with incipient hypercoagulation,(More)
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