Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Effectiveness criteria of early rehabilitative treatment of patients with postoperative upper plexopathy

Year: 2017, volume 13 Issue: №1 Pages: 057-061
Heading: Neurology Article type: Original article
Authors: Tosheva M.l., Sholomov I.I., Sholomova E.l.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

The damage of the peripheral nervous system often acts as a complication of extensive surgical interventions on the removal of malignant breast tumors. The research goal is to evaluate the criteria for the effectiveness of early rehabilitation treatment of postoperative upper plexopathies. Material and Methods. The analyzed results of complex diagnosis and treatment of 162 women undergoing radical mastectomy for breast cancer, aged 33 to 79 years were presented. The examination included neurological examination, analysis of the psychological state using the HADS scales, Janet Taylor and HDRS, holding electroneuromyography Results. 98.76% of cases of patients after radical mastectomy for malignant breast tumors were diagnosed with unilateral shoulder complex. At 1.24% it established a bilateral lesion of the brachial plexus. The presence of pain is not a leading complaint in all cases. Among patients with classical mastectomy performed significantly prevailed damage of the intercostal nerves III and IV. In post-operative patients with the retrofit radical mastectomy neuro- and plexopathy were often diagnosed. Consent to one-stage reconstructive surgery is directly correlated with the level of education and marital status. Indicators of depression and anxiety were lower after reconstructive plastic surgery. Conclusion. The criteria for the effectiveness of early rehabilitation treatment of postoperative upper plexopathies were obtained. The decisions on the nature and scope of reconstructive and plastic surgery were established to be in conjunction with the social components of life of patients.

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