Features of Drainage of the Implant Placement Area in Patients with Incisional Ventral Hernias
Korymasov E.A., Krivoschekov E.P., Khoroshilov M.Y., Ivanov S.A., Kolesnikov V.V., Rakhimov B.M.
Potential of Minimally Invasive Drainage Interventions for Acute Pancreatitis
Fedorov A.V., Ektov V.N., Khodorkovsky M.A., Skorynin O.S.
Pushkin S.Y., Vladimir V.I., Shcherbakov D.A., Abashkin N.Y., Pushkina P.S.
Minimally Invasive Method of Treatment of Biliary Tract Strictures
Semenov D.Y., Did-Zurabova E.S., Kulikov D.V., Gonchar M.V.
Evolution of upper urinary tract drainage method
Zolotuhin O.V., Madykin Y.Y., Fedorov A.A.
A comparative study of volatile fatty acids in the blood and in the drainage from pancreatic fistula in pancreatic necrosis
Мetelev A.S., Akayzin E.S., Gagua A.K.
Tactical Issues of Treatment of Fluid Collections According to the Revised Atlanta Classifiction of Local Complications of Acute Pancreatitis
Firsova V.G., Parshikov V.V., Gradusov V.P.
Acute Pancreatitis. Results of Surgical Treatment
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Differentiated Medical and Diagnostic Tactics at Acute Destructive Pancreatitis
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The Ways to Study the Effectiveness of Various Schemes of the Antibiotic Prophylaxis of Postoperative Septic Complications, and the State of the Lymphatic System Drainage in the Experimental Postoperative Period
Applications under Сontrol Minimally Invasive Surgery Computed Tomography in Patients with Suppurative Lung Disease
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