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Year 2010 Vol. 18 No 2

GENERAL AND SPECIAL SURGERY

YAROVENKO G.V., KATORKIN S.E., MYSHENTSEV P.N.

THE ROLE OF BIOMECHANICAL RESEARCHES AT CHRONICAL LYMPHAVENOUS INSUFFICIENCY OF THE LOW EXTREMITIES

Dystrophic and atrophy changes that develop in the muscles of the low extremities worse considerably the secondary lymphostasis. This causes irreversible anatomical and physiological changes. The authors analyzed electroneuro-myographic researches in 51 patients with secondary lymphostasis of the low extremities of the medial group muscles of the thigh and shin situated immediately under the middle lymphatic collector. The disturbances of the nervous conductivity and worsening retractor ability of the muscles are revealed. Monitoring of the research characteristics after the course of the conservative and operative treatment is performed. Use of biomechanical researches in the diagnostics of lymphavenous insufficiency of the low extremities is necessary for the adequate choice of method of the treatment.

Keywords: secondary lymphostasis, electroneuromyography, conservative and operative treatment
p. 56-63 of the original issue
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