Возможности физических методов воздействия на атеросклеротические бляшки в комплексном хирургическом лечении ишемических состояний

Автор: Гавриленко Александр Васильевич, Воронов Дмитрий Александрович, Олейник Евгений Михайлович

Журнал: Хирургическая практика @spractice

Статья в выпуске: 1, 2012 года.

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Атеросклероз сосудов в настоящее время является одной из самой распространенной патологией в мире. На данный момент изобретено и введено в практику большое количество вариантов хирургического лечения атеросклероза. Сравнив методы воздействия на атеросклеротическую бляшку в хирургии сосудов, такие как Криопластика, Фотодинамическая терапия, Эксимерный лазер, Ультразвуковая ангиопластика, а также применение различных катетеров-проводников и устройства для эрадикации инфекционных агентов, можно сделать вывод, что хирургическое лечение атеросклероза является успешным и перспективным, позволяющим индивидуально подбирать варианты лечения для каждого пациента.

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Атеросклероз, криопластика, фотодинамичная терапия, эксимерный лазер, ультразвуковая ангиопластика, катетер-проводник

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