Relapse Bullous Emphysema Complicated by Spontaneous Pneumothorax, after Radical Bullectomy

Abstract

Actuality The social significance of spontaneous pneumothorax due to the fact that in recent years a growing number of patients with pulmonary bullous emphysema and, accordingly, with spontaneous pneumothorax, as well as the fact that the structure is dominated by patients of working age persons. To date, some difficulties persist in choosing the adequate diagnostic and treatment tactics in this disease.

Objective In a clinical example to show the importance of an integrated approach to of surgical treatment for spontaneous pneumothorax, caused bullous emphysema.

Materials and methods A clinical case of recurrent bullous emphysema complicated by recurrent spontaneous pneumothorax in a patient 32 years old, six years earlier underwent radical surgery - bullectomy on the first episode of spontaneous pneumothorax.

About the authors

Vladimir Ibrahimovic Temirbulatov

Kursk State Medical University

Email: vtemirbulatov@yandex.ru

MD, Prof. of the Department of Surgical Diseases of the faculty of post-diploma education

Russian Federation,  3 K. Marx street, Kursk, 305041, Russian Federation

Ilya Sergeevich Ivanov

Kursk State Medical University

Email: ivanov.is@mail.ru

MD, Prof. of the Department of Surgical Diseases No.1

Russian Federation, 3 K. Marx street, Kursk, 305041, Russian Federation

Oleg Anatolievich Okunev

Kursk State Medical University

Email: lubjanka24@mail.ru

Assistant of the Department of Surgical Diseases No.1

Russian Federation, 3 K. Marx street, Kursk, 305041, Russian Federation

Maksim Evgenievich Kletkin

Kursk State Medical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: kletkin-max@mail.ru
SPIN-code: 4536-7001

Assistant of the Department of Surgical Diseases No.1

Russian Federation, 3 K. Marx street, Kursk, 305041, Russian Federation

Aleksey Vladimirovich Sarychev

Kursk State Medical University

Email: pardus92@yandex.ru

Graduate student of the Department of Surgical Diseases No.1

Russian Federation, 3 K. Marx street, Kursk, 305041, Russian Federation

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