V I Solenyĭ

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On the basis of clinical observations, the authors distinguish organizational, tactical, and technical errors. Problems of transportation and hospitalization of the injured persons in clinics not specializing in this branch of surgery underlie the organizational errors. The authors relate improper choice of the operative method (laminectomy, reduction of(More)
  • V I Solenyĭ
  • 1980
The operation of choice in complicated trauma of the vertebral column with compression of the spinal cord (especially in the thoracic and the thoracicolumbar segments) is laminectomy (as the first stage of the intervention) performed in the earliest period. It is obligatory to conduct extensive inspection of the spinal cord and its roots, perform its(More)
The authors examined 794 patients which endured nonpenetrating backbone traumata at different levels (cervical part--367 patients, thoracal part--186 patients and lumbar part--231 patients). The authors indicate total invalidism of patients with grave injures of spinal cord. Provision of employment of patients with less severe traumata depends, for the most(More)
Operations were performed on 138 patients with tunnel neuropathies. Multiple microtraumas were found to be the most frequent causes of affection of the peripheral nerves. The indications for operative intervention are determined. It is most effective in sensory and mixed forms of neuropathies. The formation of a new seat from flaps of fatty tissue is(More)
  • V I Solenyĭ
  • 1981
The results of operative treatment of 307 patients, with lumbar osteochondrosis by means of 3 different methods allow the conclusion that operation for removal of the intervertebral disk through a posterior laminar approach because of additional destabilization should end without fail by stabilizing the segment operated on by one of the known methods or by(More)