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Introduction: in recanalization of chronic total occlusions (CTO), contralateral injection is the most important stage, significantly increasing chance of technical success and reducing the incidence of complications.

Materials and methods: 60-year old male patients, with angina pectoris, 3 functional class. After the examination, decision was made to conduct coronary angiography. According to coronarography, occlusion of proximal third of right coronary artery (RCA) was revealed, with collateral filling from the left coronary artery (LCA) R2 and the development of collaterals CC0. According to the scintigraphy data, a «viable myocardium» was detected behind the occlusion zone. Patient underwent mechanical recanalization of RCA with contralateral contrast-agent injection, balloon angioplasty, drug-eluting stents (DES) 3,5?38 mm and 3,5?24 mm were sequentially implanted with a good angiographic result.

Result: contralateral contrast-agent injection during this recanalization helped to avoid complications associated with perforation of lateral branches and greatly facilitated the positioning of guidewire into true lumen of artery. Patient continued military service under the contract.

Conclusion: in case of proper examination, management, and selection of patients, recanalization of chronic occlusion can significantly improve patient's quality of life. It is worth noting that for many patients, social indications are also important, such as the possibility to continue military service or work in a specialty. However, medical indications should be considered first, since unjustified recanalization of chronic occlusion will not improve patient's condition, and a number of serious complications may occur during the operation.




Background: the use of vascular closure devices (VCD) reduces the time of hemostasis, accelerates activation and discharge of the patient. Suture-mediated closure devices are closest in it's structure to the traditional surgical method of hemostasis. Advantages and disadvantages of these devices are mainly associated with design features. Stenoses, atherosclerosis, calcification and scars at the site of access are predictors of complications in the use of suturing devices. Although the effectiveness of these devices has been proven in several foreign studies, their data are not sufficient to draw clear conclusions.

Aim: was to evaluate advantages and disadvantages of using the suture-mediated closure devices after PCI.

Material and methods: study enrolled 208 adult patients, who underwent PCI in City Clinical Hospital named after M.P Konchalovsky, Moscow; FSBI «3 Central clinical military hospital n.a. A. A. Vishnevsky» Defense Ministry RF and SMRC preventive medicine of Department of Healthcare. Study group, where hemostasis after PCI was achieved by means of suture-mediated closure devices Perclose Pro Glide (Abbott Vascular), consisted of 90 patients, control group - 118 patients with manual hemostasis. Subjective feelings (pain, numbness, etc.) were assessed using a rating scale. The incidence of complications in the study group was 5.56%, in the control group - 6.78%. The comfort level of patients was higher in the study group

Results of the study: showed that the use of the Perclose device to achieve hemostasis after PC does not increase the frequency of regional vascular complications in compatison with manual hemostasis. But, at the same time, the use of VCD is an effective way to reduce the time of hemostasis, reduces the period of immobilization of the patient, which increases the patient's comfort and reduces patient's hospital stay.




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Aim: was to improve diagnostics of neck vessels' damage, by methods of traditional and CT-angiography

Material and methods: 65 injured patients with suspected damage of neck major vessels underwent examination. 52 persons had open traumas of the neck, 13 persons had closed traumas of the neck. Radiological diagnostics included CT-angiography and traditional angiography Main aim of examination was in determination of damage including both vessels and other structures of the neck, their localization and the nature of damage.

Results: CT-angiography gave possibilities:

           to give exact characterictics of all traumatic injures of the neck and to choose the group of patients with vessel traumas (23 patients)

           to define exactly the nature of the damage of neck vessels (aneurysm, thrombosis, rupture);

           to control the effectiveness of the surgical intervention.

Traditional angiography was applied in 10 observations of the traumatic aneurysm of neck vessel, for search of the additional diagnostic information. In comparison with results of CT- angiography any other precise information was not received.

Conclusions: analysis of the traditional and CT-angiography diagnostic possibilities of vessels damage, accompanying cervical trauma demonstrated high effectiveness of both methods. Traditional angiography should be used in absence of CTA in diagnostic arsenal. 



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8.      Halimova A.A. Post-traumatic dissection of vertebral and major arteries as a complication of mechanical injury of the carotid artery on the background of a light traumatic brain injury. Nejrohirurgiya i nevrologiya Kazahstana. 2012; 4 (29): 29-32 [In Russ].

9.      Komelyagin D.Yu., Dubin S.A., Vladimirov F.I. et al. Clinical case of treatment of a patient with post-traumatic arteriovenous fistula in the neck. Detskaya hirurgiya. 2015;19 (5): 50-53 [In Russ].

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On the base of a case report article shows the role of interventional and diagnostic radiology in treatment of patients with multifocal atherosclerosis. Application of modern interventional cardiology methods expands the possibilities in treatment of patients with multifocal atherosclerosis, often in severe condition, and in senile group. Article provides literary data on the prevalence of multifocal atherosclerosis.



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Choice of treatment strategy in patients with recurrent angina after coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) is still an actual question. Repeat CABG is associated with an increased risk of mortality and large cardiovascular events, so percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is the main strategy in these patients. Criteria for choosing between the bypass and the native vessel stenting are not fully understood, as well as not resolved the question of the differentiated approach to the choice of defeat for stenting

Aim: was to compare long-term results of stenting of bypass and native coronary arteries in patients with recurrent angina after CABG using the algorithm proposed in the study.

Materials and methods: study was conducted in 2010-2014 years. in «3rd Central Military Clinical Hospital named after A.A.Vishnevsky of Ministry of Military Defence». A total of 168 patients with the defeat of coronary bypass graft were operated: revascularization of the native vessel - 80 patients, stenting of coronary bypass graft was performed in 88 patients.

Treatment groups were comparable in all major clinical characteristics of patients, as well as on the number of affected arteries, the total number of bypasses, the number of working bypasses, and diffuse lesion of the native channel.

The degree of stenosis of the native vessel was significantly higher in the second group, and the degree of stenosis of bypasses was significantly higher in the first group. Diffuse lesions of coronary bypasses were significantly more frequent in the first group.

Long-term results of the study were followed up in patients in the observation period of 3 to 36 months (mean follow-up was 21(14-27) months). The average duration was not significantly different between treatment groups.

Results: the incidence of myocardial infarction was comparable between groups. In group of coronary bypass graft stenting, revascularization procedures frequency was higher than in the native vessel revascularization (20,45% and 16,25%, respectively, p = 0,0045), and also had a higher incidence of target lesion revascularization (11.36% and 6.25%, respectively, p = 0,0045).

The cumulative rate of major cardiovascular events did not differ significantly, but there was a certain tendency toward a lower incidence of major cardiovascular events in the group of revascularization of the native vessel. 



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Percutaneous coronary intervention is a method of choice in patients with recurrence of angina after aorto-coronary bypass. Endovascular interventions after aorto-coronary bypass are associated with a high risk of distal embolism and technical difficulties. On the other hand, revascularization of native coronary arteries in patients after aorto-coronary bypass, leads to worse results than PCI in patients without prior cardiac operations.

Aim: was to compare results of stenting of coronary bypass graft and native artery stenting in patients with recurrence of angina after aorto-coronary bypass, with use of proposed algorithm.

Materials and methods: for the period 2010-2014, in 3rd Central Military Clinical Hospital named after A.A.Vishnevsky of Ministry of Military Defence, 168 patients with coronary bypass defeat underwent operation: in 80 patients native artery reconstruction and in 88 - aorto-coronary bypass graft stenting were performed.

Due to impossible endovascular revascularization, 14 patients underwent repeated aorto-coronary bypass; after that they were excluded from research.

Included into research patietns were treated by different stents: drug-eluting stents (DES), bare metal stents (BMS) and combination BMS+DES. In first group the rate of DES implantation was higher (60% vs 37,5%); in the second group stent placement was comparable (DES 46,6% vs BMS 50%).

The results of this study show that the choice of revascularization strategy according to the presented algorithm, the short-term outcomes of both tactics are comparable.  



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Aim: was to assess the efficacy of surgical treatment of post-traumatic arteriovenous fistula with use of stent-grafts.

Materials and methods: stent-grafts were successfully used in treatment of 4 patients with post-traumatic arteriovenous fistula (AVF). In 2 cases AVF were located in iliac vessels, in 1 case in shin and in 1 case - thigh. In 3 cases, appearance of AVF was a result of gunshot wound, in 1 case - stab wound

Results: technical success was achieved in all cases. In 1 case after endovascular elimination of AVF on the level of iliac vessels, retroperitoneal hematoma with infection was revealed, that leaded to open surgical operation.

Conclusion: the use of stent-grafts in surgical correction of vessel injury can decrease operational trauma, and can achieve better clinical results and good long-term prognosis.  



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In present time coronary angiography remains the "gold standart" in ischemic heart disease diagnostics. The correlation between angiographic or intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) variables and fractional flow reserve (FFR) in patients with intermittent lesion remain unclear. The aim of this article is to demonstrate complimentary use of fractional flow reserve evaluation and intravascular ultrasound for achieving optimal results during PCI.





Purpose. Was to estimate the efficiency and sensitivity of X-ray-contrast (XRC), CT-angiography (CTAG) and colored duplex scanning (CDS) n diagnostics of patients with chronic abdominal ischemia (CAI)

Materials and methods. We have analyzed 1848 XRC, 436 CTAG and 181 CDS of patients with unpaired visceral artery branches of the abdominal aorta diseases, suffering from CAI.

Results. Due to CTAG, XRC and CDS we have revealed different levels of artery defeats, and also different types of stenotic and occlusion defeat.

Conclusions. CTAG is an effective screening method, and CDS - is an effective method of final diagnostics. Both of these methods should be included into algorithm CAI patients examination. 



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The article describes results of analysis of five years of experience in the use of magnetic resonance angiography in the diagnosis of lesions of lower limb arteries. This method was used in survey of 489 patients with lesions of the abdominal aorta, arteries of the pelvis and lower limbs. Coverage of this study patients with abnormal lower limb arteries was 14.8%. Features of MR angiographic imaging, advantages and limitations of the method, the relationship with the method X-ray angiography are discussed.




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The article presents the experience of endovascular treatment of abdominal aortic atherosclerotic lesions using different types of stents, performed in the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after A.A.Vishnevskogo.

Materials and methods: nine patients underwent 11 operations - stenting of aorta. Direct stenting of terminal aorta was performed in 5 patients, 4 - bifurcation stenting of aorta and both iliac arteries. Endovascular surgery combined with the "open" reconstruction of arteries below the inguinal ligament (hybrid operation) were performed in 2 cases.

Results: technical perioperative success of interventions with the restoration of the aortic lumen was achieved in all cases. Our experience in endovascular treatment of atherosclerotic lesions of the abdominal aorta, allows to characterize this surgical intervention as a highly effective and low-impact.



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