V V Masliakov

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An analysis of 218 patients with spleen traumas treated surgically has been made. The organ-saving operations were made in 70 patients with a laser scalpel. The absolute and relative indications for such operations were determined. Complications and lethal outcomes in the early postoperative period in patients with the preserved spleen and after splenectomy(More)
The aggregative ability of thrombocytes and the composition of the carbohydrate component of the thrombocyte glycoprotein receptors were studied in 126 patients after operations on the injured spleen within the terms of more than one year. It was found that organ-sparing operations and autolientransplantation in the injured spleen did not influence the(More)
The course of long-term postoperative period was studied in 137 patients in the out-patient department conditions in the terms from one to 15 years: 57 patients after splenectomy, 30 patients after organ-sparing operations (OSO), and 50 patients after splenectomy with autolienal transplantation. It was found that best results were obtained in patients after(More)
Immune status was studied in patients who had undergone surgery for spleen injuries (splenectomy, autolientransplantation and organ-saving surgeries). It is demonstrated that splenectomy leads to immunosuppression in long-term postoperative period. For prevention of these complications the organ-saving surgeries or autolientransplantation in addition to(More)
The results of experiments on noninbred albino rats showed that the acute intoxication with carbon tetrachloride (CT) at a dose of 1 LD50 reduced the parameters of cellular immune response and function of Th1 cells more significantly than the levels of humoral immune response and Th2-lymphocyte function, decreases the blood content of immunoregulatory(More)
Long-term results of treatment were studied in 56 children. Splenectomy was fulfilled in 17 of them, splenectomy with autolientransplantation--in 39 children. The results have shown that the greatest number of complications was noted in the group of patients after splenectomy (48), after autolientransplantation there were 13 cases. The complications were(More)
This analysis of changes in the immune status of patients operated for splenic lesions is based on the observations of 126 subjects. Fifty of them underwent autolientransplantation and 26 conservative surgery. The main parameters of humoral and cellular immunity were measured along with changes in the microflora. Splenectomy was shown to cause changes in(More)
The course of the nearest postoperative period was studied in 56 children operated on for closed injury of the spleen. Spleenectomy was performed in 17 (30.3%) patients, in 39 (69.6%) patients spleenectomy was supplemented with autolientransplantation. In the nearest postoperative period after spleenectomy complications were noted in 3 (5.3%) cases, lethal(More)
43 children were operated on spleen injury: 14 were splenectomized; 29 splenectomy were completed with partial spleen tissue autotransplantation into the omentum. Changes of homeostatic system, hemoreology and immune status were followed up within 1 year after the operation, Connections between the type of the operation performed and the listed above(More)