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Experimental and clinical substantiation of surgical interventions in liver cirrhosis complicated by portal and biliary hypertension: monograph. Dzigal A. F.


Experimental and clinical substantiation of surgical interventions in liver cirrhosis complicated by portal and biliary hypertension: monograph. Dzigal A. F.

The monograph, which is based on the results of a large number of experimental observations and clinical examinations, presents the further development of the concept of individual tactics of contingent patients with cirrhosis of the liver. The authors present a theoretical justification and practical solution to the current scientific problem - increasing the effectiveness of surgical treatment of patients with cirrhosis of the liver by optimizing the tactics and methodology of their surgical and comprehensive conservative treatment. When planning individual tactics of surgical treatment of such a contingent of patients should take into account the formation of multiorgan failure syndrome, portal hypertension, ascites and cholestatic syndromes.

The book is intended for researchers, surgeons, vascular surgeons, gastroenterologists, teachers of medical universities, and may be useful for students of medical universities.

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