V K Egorova

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Two case reports of patients operated for posterior fossa tumors complicated by postoperative hematoma are presented. In both cases patients underwent tracheostomy and were on ventilator for more than three weeks. Postoperative course was complicated by pneumonia and bronchitis. Fiberoptic bronchoscopy was performed to rule out lung complications.(More)
Tumors extending into the nasal cavity, cranium, and paranasal sinuses have a number of distinctive features to take into consideration. Among them are the communication with an open air, high incidence of associated intracranial infections, specific complications (i.e. suppurative sinusitis, polyps, mucocele, pneumocephalus, nasal CSF leak). The features(More)
The author describes the otoneurological symptomatology of 213 patients with glial tumours of the hemispheres which were verified during surgical operations. The use of modern methods in studying the audition permitted to give a differentiated characteristics of vestibular and acoustic disorders. Vestibular disturbances irrespective of the tumor(More)
Eleven patients were admitted to the hospital with the diagnosis of unilateral tumor of the vestibulocochlear nerve at the stage of clinical manifestations or at a well advanced stage. Their otoneurological examinations revealed a microtumor at the side opposite to the major tumor node. Of great diagnostic importance were vestibulometric data which showed(More)
The authors analyse rhinological and otoneurological symptoms in 50 patients with benign craniofacial tumors verified at surgical interventions, computed tomography, NMR-tomography. The tumors involved anterior parts of the brain stem, nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, 34 tumors were diagnosed as meningiomas. Clinical correlations with tumor histology and(More)