Leonid G Marchenko

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OBJECTIVE Carinal resection is the most complicated procedure in tracheobronchial surgery. The main aspects of the technique are still debated at the present time. We present our experience of 231 carinal resections with analysis of operative techniques, complications and long-term survival. METHODS Since 1979 we have performed 231 carinal resections.(More)
OBJECTIVE The optimal management of bronchial fistulae remains a surgical challenge. To assess the relative efficacy of the transsternal approach in the treatment of short stump bronchial fistula we analyzed a cohort of patients who underwent this type of surgery in our department during an almost 19 year period. METHODS Of a series of 49 patients with(More)
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The paper provides clinical and laboratory characteristics of 21 patients aged 20-80 years who had rotavirus infection, including 52% of 51-80-year-old inpatients. Recovery was observed in 15 cases, 6 patients died. The paper also characterizes the clinical course of rotavirus infection in the hospital setting and presents autopsy findings of the 6(More)
The m a t e r i a l fo r invest igat ion was col lected on June 24, 1970 in the f ru i t -bea r ing stage (southern shore of the Cr imea in the region of the Ba idar gates) . The alkaloid content was de te rmined by the g r a v i m e t r i c method [1]. It amounted to 0.36% in the epigeal pa r t and 0.05% in the roots , calculated on the absolutely dry(More)