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IMPROVED TECHNIQUE FOR ACHIEVING HEMOSTASIS DURING NEOPLASTIC KIDNEY RESECTION

By S. B. Petrov, E. S. Shpilenya, A. V. Kukushkin and D. D. Shkarupa

Abstract

<p>Due to the better diagnostic feasibilities of health care facilities, the proportion of patients with small renal tumors (T1a) has substantiallyincreased in recent years. In accordance with the international standards, these patients should undergo nephron-sparing surgery: neoplas-tic kidney resection. At Russian hospitals, organ-preserving treatment is not in adequate use for the technical difficulties associated withresection and for the likelihood of postoperative complications. The performed study has yielded a simple highly effective procedure ofnephrectomy in neoplasms, by using vasoselective parenchymatous sutures enhanced with polymer stripe-implants. </p><p> </p

Topics: Medicine, R
Publisher: ABV-press
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:d39208ce43084cc4bbeed8ec46cc274c
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