Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Lyubitsky I.P.

Clinical Hospital n.a. S.R. Mirotvortseva SSMU, radiologist

Clinical and neuroimaging features vertebral radiculopathy in the combination with vertebral hemangiomas

Year: 2012, volume 8 Issue: №2 Pages: 521-524
Heading: Neurology Article type:
Authors: Salina E.A., Licacheva E.B., Lutoshkina E.B., Sholomov I.I., Shuldyakov А.А. Shchukovskiy N.V., Lyubitskiy I.P., Che-honatskaya M.L., Chekhonatsky A.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University
Summary:

Aim of the study: to study the clinical and neuroimaging features of radiculopathy vertebral hemangiomas in conjunction with the vertebrae. Materials and methods. A total of 56 patients with radiculopathy vertebral hemangiomas combined with the vertebrae. Results. The patients in addition to pain, and focal neurological symptoms were observed violation of urination, and chronic venous insuffciency of lower extremities. MRI identifed three types of vertebral hem-angiomas, depending on the structural characteristics. Conclusion. The aim of the study is realized.Most hemangiomas are asymptomatic yourself. Pain and neurological symptoms caused by musculo-tonic component, the presence of disc herniation, changes in the intervertebral joints, ligaments violation. Type III meets the criteria for hemangiomas and requires aggressive surgical treatment.

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Application NO TGCH-therapy in complex treatment of postoperative lumbar localization radiculopathy

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №4 Pages: 884-887
Heading: Neurology Article type: Original article
Authors: Fomina A.V., Ablyaev l.l., Lyubitsky l.P., Bugaeva I.О., Sholomov l.l., Salina E.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University, Saratov Clinical Hospital №3
Summary:

This paper presents the results of a survey of 50 patients to study the application of terahertz therapy of NO in the complex treatment of postoperative lumbar radiculopathy localization. Materials and methods. Using a visual analogue scale assessed the degree of regression of pain, depending on the nature of the therapy. For the diagnosis of intra-articular inflammation in the postoperative motor segment and a local mikrovaskulita determined the level of antibodies in the serum of patients to collagen and myeloperoxidase. The results suggest shortening pain and reducing the content of antibodies to MPO and collagen in patients receiving short-wave therapy. Therefore, we conclude that the use of NO therapy TGCH improves the treatment of postoperative lumbar radiculopathy localization

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