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LOWINVASIVE OPERATIONSIN COMBINED PULMONARY AND HEPATICECHINOCOCCOSISIN CHILDREN

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Author(s): SHAVKAT SALIMOV | BOBIR ABDUSAMATOV | KHOJIAKBAR USMANOV | MIRSHOD ERGASHEV | ALISHER VAKHIDOV | FARRUH TADJIMETOV

Journal: Medical and Health Science Journal
ISSN 1804-1884

Volume: 8;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 50;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Echinococcosis | children | surgery | thoracoscopy | laparoscopy.

ABSTRACT
Thirty children aged from 2 to 15 with diagnosis “combined pulmonary and hepatic echinococcosis” were observed in the period from 2005 to 2011. Seventeen patients were undergone staging conventional echinococcectomy with interval not less than 2 3 weeks. Simultaneous endovisual echinococcectomy of the lungand liver was performed in 13 children. Our small experience showed that endosurgical intervention allows increasing volume of surgical intervention, excepting prolonged period between stages of echinococcectomy of the lung and liver. It shortens repetition factor of operative intervention, sufficiently decreases medicaments consumption, terms of staying in hospital, especially in postoperative period (7.2±1.2 b/d), terms of restoration of physical activity of patient, it gives a well cosmetic effect as well.Therefore, endovideosurgical echinococcectomy should take a priority in treatment of combined pulmonary and hepatic echinococcosis

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