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First experience in pulsed YAG-laser clinical applications in endoscopic surgery for gallstone destruction and operations on peripapillary zone
Author(s): S. V. Yurchenko; V. D. Manevich; Vladimir M. Meshkov; Yu. M. Kornilov; Alexander A. Manenkov; A. V. Upyrev; V. I. Ryabykh; N. N. Denisov; V. H. Bagdasarov; A. N. Starkovsky
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Paper Abstract

1. Central Clinical Hospital No 1, the USSR Ministry of Communications, Moscow 2. II Surgery Department, Central Institute for Advanced Medical Training, Moscow 3. Central Clinical Hospital No 4, the USSR Ministry of Communications, Moscow 4. Central Clinical Hospital of the RSFSR Ministry of Health, Moscow 5. General Physics Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow Progress in biliferous system surgery is to a considerable extent associated with realization of endosurgery methods on gallbladder and main biliary tracts. Radical alterations in the treatment tactics and the up-date developments of this trend put forward new technical and methodical tasks. The problem of safe disintegration of gallstones.is one of them. Introduction into clinical practice of endoscopic draining operations on the distal section of hepaticocholedoch eliminating such complications as wedging into it of the stone remains and recurrent lithogenesis, inevitably puts forward the problem of lithotripsy which is often of top priority as determining the radical effect of endosurgical interference.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 September 1990
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 1353, First International Conference on Lasers and Medicine, (1 September 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.23750
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S. V. Yurchenko, Central Clinical Hospital No. 1 (Russia)
V. D. Manevich, Central Institute for Advanced Medical Training (Russia)
Vladimir M. Meshkov, USSR Ministry of Communications (Russia)
Yu. M. Kornilov, RSFSR Ministry of Health (Russia)
Alexander A. Manenkov, General Physics Institute (Russia)
A. V. Upyrev, Central Institute for Advanced Medical Training (Russia)
V. I. Ryabykh, Central Clinical Hospital No. 1 (Russia)
N. N. Denisov, General Physics Institute (Russia)
V. H. Bagdasarov, General Physics Institute (Russia)
A. N. Starkovsky, General Physics Institute (Russia)


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First International Conference on Lasers and Medicine

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