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Experience of resections of abdominal aortic aneurysms at 108 patients through mini-laparotomy is analyzed. The majority of patients were senior with severe concomitant diseases. Method of minimally-invasive resection of abdominal aortic aneurysms and special device (mini-assistant) are described in details.
The paper presents a case report on prosthetic correction of infrarenal abdominal aorta in aged patient with cava-filter thrombosis and lower limb post-thrombophlebitis.
The experience with simultaneous operations in 16 patients with multifocal atherosclerosis and cholelithiasis is analyzed. The operations were performed simultaneously through two mini-approaches with original "mini-assistant" devices. Short- and long-term postoperative results are analyzed, indications and surgical techniques through mini-approach in… (More)
Treatment results were analyzed in 1244 patients with diabetic angiopathy. 882 of them had necrotic suppurative affection of feet. Distal affection predominated among patients with neuroischemic form of diabetic foot syndrome. Combined affection of popliteofemoral and tibial-foot segments was revealed in 46.3% of observations. Stenosis of ileofemoral… (More)
One-stage reconstructions on the brachiocephalic and lower limb arteries are most often linked with a risk of perioperative acute coronary insufficiency. Retrospective analysis of the results of surgical treatment of this group of patients has demonstrated an opportunity of successful simultaneous operations when performing aortofemoral reconstructions from… (More)
Technical features and results of aorto-bifemoral grafting from complete median laparotomy (20 patients) and median mini-laparotomy (20 patients) were compared in randomized study. Time of operation, stay in postoperative room, intraoperative bloodless, time of rehabilitation were less in mini-laparotomy group. Technical results at both groups were… (More)
The authors consider the tactical features of transcutaneous endovascular angioplasty in 110 patients with multiple arterial occlusive and stenotic lesions of the pelvis and lower extremities. A total of 299 arteries were operated on and desobliteration of stenoses and occlusions were performed. Five procedures of transcutaneous endovascular angioplasty:… (More)