Olga Romanenko

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An analysis of long-term results of pylorus-preserving resections of the stomach performed on 540 patients has shown that 44 patients (8.1%) had different postgastroresectional syndromes. Operations were made on 20 patients with severe manifestations of the postgastroresectional syndromes. An analysis of the causes of complications was made as well as the(More)
The article generalizes experiences with treatment of 257 patients with postvagotomy syndromes (PVS). The patients were distributed according to the character of the syndromes. Main causes of the development of PVS are discussed. The authors describe the specific methods of diagnosis allowing individualized approach to option of the program of treatment.(More)
The rough set concept is a relatively new mathematical approach to vagueness and uncertainty in data. The rough set theory is a well-understood formal framework for building data mining models in the form of logic rules, on the basis of which it is possible to issue predictions that allow the classification of new cases. The indiscernibility relation and(More)
Protein-protein interactions (PPI) play a critical role in regulating many cellular processes. Finding novel PPI inhibitors that interfere with specific binding of two proteins is considered a great challenge, mainly due to the complexity involved in characterizing multi-molecular systems and limited understanding of the physical principles governing PPIs.(More)
We examined the indicators of oxidant/antioxidant (O/A) balance in the blood of, 118 women with chronic pyelonephritis. (PN), aged 18 to 69 years (mean 36.0 +/- 7.9 years) and 30 conventionally healthy donors: 82 (69.5%) of patients had the recurrent PN, 36 (30.5%) of women had the sporadic PN. The malondialdehyde in serum, ceruloplasmin, transferrin and(More)
As many as 23 patients (18 women and 5 men) with bilateral neurinomas of auditory nerves were examined. In the authors' opinion, the method of short-latent auditory evoked potentials is one of the most adequate ones as regards the diagnosis of the given type pathology. It is necessary that it may be applied in medical practice.
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