R V Saliukov

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The aim of the study was assessment of efficacy of internal urethrotomies made in Research Institute of Urology and city urological hospital N 47. A total of 802 endoscopic operations were performed in 644 male patients aged from 16 to 89 years (mean age 58.6 years) with urethral stricture in 1994-2004. Internal optic urethrotomy was made in 733 cases with(More)
Transurethral endoscopic incision of the urinary bladder's diverticular neck has been performed in 29 patients aged 44 to 90 years (mean age 65 years). 25(86.2%) patients had verified concomitant diseases and high anesthesia risk prohibiting radical surgery. According to preoperative diagnosis, the volume of the diverticula ranged from 20 to 700 ml, the(More)
The analysis of outcomes of 102 operations of transurethral and percutaneous endotomy in 100 patients is provided. Primary strictures of the upper urinary tract (UUT) were detected in 26 cases. Postoperative strictures existed up to 3 months in 19 cases, 3 to 12 months in 21 cases and at least 12 months in 36 cases. The causes of the strictures lie in(More)
Ureteral injuries as a complication of obstetric-gynecological operations occur in 0.37% of cases and are accompanied by formation of stricture or ureteral obliteration, development of uretero-vaginal fistula. Roentgenoendoscopic technologies offer a new solution of the problem of restoration of ureteral passability and elimination of urogenital fistulas.(More)
We studied correction of micturition disorders in 9 patients with neurogenic dysfunction of the bladder resistant to conservative treatment. Four patients had neurogenic detrusor hyperactivity and 5 patients had detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia. Injections of botulinic toxin preparation (lantox) were made in the wall of the bladder under endoscopic control in(More)
Endoluminal ultrasound scanning (EUS) of the upper urinary tracts (UUT) with intracavitary catheter sensor was performed in 15 patients (7 men and 8 women) aged 21 to 61 years. In 8 patients EUS was diagnostic (in one patient it was made twice, in 2 cases--in combination with ureteroscopy and biopsy), in 7 patients it was a diagnostic stage of the following(More)
The effect of botulinic toxin of type A (BoNT) on urinary bladder (UB) function was studied during operation in situ in healthy rats using the method of infusion cystomanometry after a single injection of the toxin into the UB wall 3 to 30 days after the injection. Contractility of the muscular fragments in vitro was assessed in the isometric regimen in(More)
Potentialities of x-ray endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of upper urinary tracts (UUT) obliterations were studied in 26 and 21 patients, respectively. The causes of obliteration were previous urological, surgical, gynecological operations, radiotherapy (one case). Percutaneous or transurethral UUT recanalization was performed in 5 and 16 patients,(More)
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