SUCCESSION OF GENERATIONS AND LIFESPAN OF RODENTS
Surgical treatment of pseudoaneurysms of the proximal anastomosis after aortofemoral reconstructions
The authors claim resection with repeated replacement of the aorta by a linear or bifurcation prosthesis to be the optimal method for reconstruction in pseudoaneurysms of proximal anastomoses.
Penetrating atherosclerotic ulcers of the aorta
The problem concerning the choice between surgical and endovascular treatment of penetrating atherosclerotic ulcers has been elucidated insufficiently in the present-day literature and the literature data regarding the clinical picture, pathogenesis, diagnosis, policy of management and treatment of complications is reviewed.
Nonspecific aortoarteritis (classification and surgical treatment)
- Pokrovskiĭ Av
- 1 March 1986
A new classification of the condition is proposed identifying 3 stages (acute inflammation, subacute recurrent inflammation and chronic condition), 3 types of morphologic changes (stenosing, deforming and aneurysmatic), 3 sites of lesion (aortic branches, the thoracoabdominal aorta and combined lesions) and 4 degrees of organ ischemia.
Diagnosis of occlusive lesions of upper extremity arteries in patients with thromboangiitis obliterans.
Comparison of the clinical manifestations of arterial lesion of the upper extremities in TO patients to the data supplied by different research methods has revealed a direct correlation between the degree of ischemia and the pathomorphological as well as functional changes which increased as the ischemic syndrome was aggravated.
[The assessment of medical therapy effectiveness of patients with lower limb chronic venous insufficiency: the results of prospective study with Ginkor Fort].
Combined agent Ginkor Fort is feasible for adjunctive therapy in complex treatment of patients with lower limb CVI symptoms and can serve as an indicator of conservative treatment effectiveness, according to the results of a prospective study.
Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of pathological deformity of the internal carotid artery.
Patients with clinical signs of cerebrovascular insufficiency, being relatively young and having concomitant arterial hypertension even with no objective signs of a stenotic lesion of coronary arteries should be referred to duplex scanning of brachiocephalic arteries in order to verify a pathological deformity of the internal carotid artery at the pre-stroke stage of the disease.
Experimental heart transplantation
[Arterialization of venous blood flow in the foot in the treatment of severe ischemia in patients with crural arterial occlusions and non-functioning plantar arch].
Analysis of clinical cases with severe ischemia in patients with occlusion of the leg and foot arteries, which was treated by arterialization and reversion of the venous blood flow in the outlets of the great saphenous vein, points to the high efficacy of this operation in occlusions of the distal arterial channel.