S B Baranov

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The potential of preoperative radiochemotherapy in combined treatment of cervical carcinoma T1B-2ABN0-1M0 has been investigated. The use of cisplatin raised the feasibility of radical surgery from 69 to 87%, as compared with radiation alone, and increased 2-year overall and relapse-free survival to 92.6% and 89.4% vis-a-vis 80.8% and 77.8%, respectively. No(More)
Indirect lower lymphography with 113m In-coind was performed in 112 patients with uterine cancer. Its diagnostic informative value, as was shown by the results of morphological verification, was 73 +/- 1.2%. In the interpretation of the scintigraphic image of the lymph nodes a small number of false negative results (8.6%) was noted. Comparison of the(More)
Carrier-free applications of 113mIn-chloride for indirect lower radionuclide lymphography were studied in 90 cancer patients. The period of radiolabel semiexcretion from site of injection (initial interdigital spaces of foot) ranged 25-74 min. 131mIn-chloride application provided a distinct visualization of retroperitoneal lymph nodes. The results of a(More)
The procedures of computed brachytherapy using Co-60; Cs-137 and Ir-192 sources of radiation are discussed. The standards for designing contact radiotherapy, including three-dimensional systems, and principles of monitoring chosen schedules are presented. Criteria for identifying equivalent radiation doses on the basis of the existing radiobiological(More)
Computerized serial renoscintigraphy and excretory urography were carried out in 112 patients with uterine carcinoma. It was found that, in diagnosis of pathology of the urinary system, the effectiveness of radionephrologic procedure is higher than that of intravenous urography (31.7 and 27.6%, respectively). Also, computerized serial renoscintigraphy(More)
There are provided own observations on the use of cisplatin and capecitabine in schemes of combined treatment of patients with cervical cancer. Their efficiency as radiosensitizing agents is showed. There are discussed possible indications for the use of cisplatin and capecitabine in cervical cancer patients with metastatic lymph nodes.