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ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217

STRUCTURE AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THYROID DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH JOINT HYPERMOBILITY SYNDROME IN THE ASPECT OF THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE DYSPLASIA

Posted in 2017, Issue № 1(55) January 2017, MEDICINE | 0 comments

We studied the structure and prevalence of thyroid pathology in 80 patients with the. The determined features of thyroid status in patients with joint hypermobility syndrome included hypothyroxinemia and autoimmune thyroid pathology. It is advisable to target diagnosis of thyroid disfunction and to use the active strategies of individual iodine supplement for young patients.

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A PRIORY COLLISION DETECTION ALGORITHM FOR 3-DOF HAPTIC RENDERING

Posted in 2016, Issue December 2016, MEDICINE | 0 comments

Simulation systems application is a modern way for students training in surgery. Most of the existing approaches require specific consumables that are destroyed during training. Thus, the training becomes quite expensive while not providing standardization of training process and making it difficult to rate the quality of skills trained. Exploitation of virtual reality provides much better education standardization capabilities while eliminating the need for consumables and making it possible to semiautomatic rating of training results. Collision detection is one of the key components of any haptic rendering algorithm. Most of the existing approaches to haptic rendering are based on a posteriori collision detection. An exploitation of a priory collision detection may drastically increase quality of haptic rendering. This paper describes a priory collision detection algorithm that may be effectively used by 3-DOF haptic rendering implementations.

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CHANGES IN FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY OF RAT THYROID FOLLICULAR CELLS AFTER LOW-DOSE EXPOSURE TO DDT IN POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT

Posted in 2016, Issue December 2016, MEDICINE | 0 comments

Thyroid follicular cells function after long-term exposure to low doses of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) during postnatal development was studied. Evaluation of thyroid hormone profile, immunohistochemical examination and serum quantification of proteins mediating iodine supply and organification in thyroid cells showed that DDT-induced hypothyreosis is caused by downregulation of sodium-iodide symporter first in peripheral and than in central parts of thyroid lobes in puberty followed by enhanced expression of thyroid peroxidase and its further downregulation.

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INTERNAL PICTURE OF THE DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA

Posted in 2016, Issue December 2016, MEDICINE | 0 comments

In 38 men with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), a study was conducted intellectual, sensory and motivational components of the internal picture of the disease. It is revealed that OSA delivers low subjective discomfort of patients, as well as tolerantly perceived by their relatives. With approximately 4/5 of patients with OSA experience the feeling of “weakness” in the morning, as well as emotional fluctuations that are not linked for the violation of oxygenation during sleep. The study of motivational sphere confirms that, to improve compliance it is important timely information.

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SURGICAL SITE INFECTION (SSI) IN PATIENTS WITH COLORECTAL CANCER (LITERARY OVERVIEW)

Posted in 2016, Issue December 2016, MEDICINE | 0 comments

It is established that the frequency SSI in patients with CRC is 26– 27%. Correlation between postoperative complications and long-term results of radical surgical treatment of CRC: any postoperative complications decrease long-term survival after surgical treatment of CRC; infectious complications are a major cause of reduced survival in this group of patients, although patients with high preoperative risk often develop non-infectious complications; patients with severe form of surgical site infections have a bad prognosis long-term survival. Strategies to prevent infectious complications and implement more intensive surveillance protocols for those with severe infections may improve quality of care and long-term outcomes in patients undergoing curative-intent surgery for CRC.

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GRAY-SCALE SONOGRAPHY AND STRAIN ELASTOGRAPHY IN DIAGNOSTICS OF METASTATIC LESIONS OF REGIONAL LYMPH NODES IN BREAST CANCER

Posted in 2016, Issue December 2016, MEDICINE | 0 comments

This paper refers to the results of ultrasonic diagnostics for 72 women in age from 18 to 79 years having breast cancer suspected of metastatic lesions of regional lymph nodes. Given are the results of gray-scale ultrasonography and strain elastography describing sonographic signs of metastatic lesions in each and every lymph node. These techniques have been compared in terms of identification of metastatic regional lymph nodes to determine their position in the diagnostics algorithm.

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