L P Shepeleva

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OBJECTIVE To provide X-ray characteristics of mediastinal lymph nodes revealed by computed tomography (CT) in children and adolescents with uninfected Mycobacterium tuberculosis. MATERIAL AND METHODS The basis of the study was the results of CT in 105 children and adolescents with uninfected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis. All the children and(More)
OBJECTIVE To establish the causes of bacterial excretion in complicated primary tuberculosis in children and adolescents, by comparing the data of computed tomography and the results of bacteriological studies. MATERIAL AND METHODS The material of the study was data on 36 children and adolescents with complicated primary tuberculosis, including 14 and 22(More)
With the use of a system of serological reactions (PHAR) on the basis of erythrocytic diagnosticums in neurosurgical patients (58 with tumors of the brain, 11 with tumors of the spinal cord, 112 with tumor-like diseases of the brain, 50 with lesions of the spinal cord marked by a tumor-like course) and in a control group of individuals (100 donors and 30(More)
The number and regularity of X-ray studies in adolescents with active chest tuberculosis in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) were analyzed. There was a high proportion of early X-ray examinations. The larger number (more than 80%) of X-ray studies were conducted for follow-ups of a specific process. In this connection, radiation load on adolescents from the(More)
OBJECTIVE To give an X-ray pattern of single lung foci revealed by computed tomography (CT) in children and adolescents examined for tuberculosis. MATERIAL AND METHODS The results of CT in 52 children and adolescents infected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis were analyzed. All the followed up children and adolescents underwent X-ray study using a two-slice(More)
The authors have analyzed informative value of the main clinical and X-ray examinations, their scope and frequency in respect to age, tuberculosis stage and the disease pattern for children and adolescents on follow-up after treatment in special antituberculosis hospitals. A differential scheme of examination of followed-up tuberculous children and(More)
The follow-up and drug prophylaxis of 30 children who had been registered for a turn of tuberculin tests in 1993-1995 and subsequently ill with tuberculosis were analyzed. Among the causes of the disease there was a combination of 2 risk factors or more (epidemiological, age- and sex-specific, biomedical, clinical, genealogical, social), uncontrolled and(More)
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