N V Baulina

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The necessity, possibility and safety of performing planned simultaneous operations on 122 women aged 39-78 were analyzed. Operations for different diseases were fulfilled on 264 patients (from 2 to 10 on one patient) were made mainly by two teams. Complications were noted in 11.2% of the patients, lethality was 0.9%. The duration of staying at the hospital(More)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a severe neurodegenerative disease of polygenic etiology affecting the central nervous system. In addition to genetic factors, epigenetic mechanisms, primarily DNA methylation, which regulate gene expression, play an important role in MS development and progression. In this study, we have performed the first whole-genome DNA(More)
The study was devoted to the problem of postoperative eventrations in gynaecological practice. Coaptation removable sutures were applied in order to prevent similar complications. Operations were performed in the cases of desolate condition of purulent disease of the uterus and uterine appendages with diffuse suppurative peritonitis. An advanced operative(More)
In a patient, a woman of 62 years, one surgical team has performed consecutively over 3 h 45 min 10 operations for different diseases: extirpation of the uterus with appendages, removal of retroperitoneal fibrosarcoma, appendectomy, 30 cm-resection of the small intestine, polypectomy from the rectum, creation of sygmorectoanastomosis, plastic reconstruction(More)
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