I V Soroka

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Pathogenesis of Fournier's disease was studied pathomorphologically and pathophysiologically. The underlying factor is thrombosis of the microcirculatory bed of the superficial fascia progressing into ischemic and hypoperfusion necrosis of the fascial structures manifesting with severe endotoxicosis and development of polyorganic insufficiency.
In 12-84% of patients with combined injuries of the kidneys renal complications were diagnosed which appeared at different periods of traumatic disease. Posttraumatic pyelonephritis which transformed in an independent disease at the late periods of traumatic disease was prevailing in the structure of infectious complications. The treatment of posttraumatic(More)
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