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Modern X-ray examination methods in differential diagnostics of various forms of lung hydatid disease; Sovremennye luchevye metody issledovanij v differentsial'noj diagnostike razlichnykh form ehkhinokokkoza legkikh

Abstract

This work analyzes possibilities of complex radiation diagnostics using traditional Xray, computer and magnet resonance tomography and ultrasonography based on examination and treatment of 223 patients with lung hydatid disease. The diagnosis of 187 out 223 patients has been confirmed during operations. Original methods of ultrasound' examination (USI) of lungs have been developed. The role and place of needle aspirated biopsy controlled by computer tomography in differential diagnostics of complicated forms of lung hydatid disease with various forms of tumors, tubercular caverns etc. have been identified. Self-descriptiveness, sensitivity and general accuracy of these examination methods have been studied on patients with non-complicated and complicated forms of lung hydatid disease. Self descriptiveness of X-ray for non-complicated forms was 104%, USI - 85%, CT 100%, for complicated forms self-descriptiveness of X-ray was 92%, CT- 97%. Ultrasound examination of chest allowed visualizing and localizing of hydatid cysts when they were peripheral. The research enabled to develop algorithm of diagnosing non-complicated and complicated forms of lung hydatid disease. Needle aspirated biopsy was applied in complicated cases. In non-complicated cases transcutaneous manipulations have not been performed to avoid the process dissemination. (author)
Authors:
Akilova, D N [1] 
  1. 1-Tashkent state med. inst., Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
Publication Date:
Feb 15, 2003
Product Type:
Thesis/Dissertation
Report Number:
INIS-UZ-135
Resource Relation:
Other Information: TH: Thesis (candidate of science); 11 refs., 2 figs., 1 tab
Subject:
62 RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE; BIOMEDICAL RADIOGRAPHY; DIAGNOSIS; DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES; HYDATIDOSIS; LUNGS; NMR IMAGING; NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE; PARASITES; PARASITIC DISEASES; PNEUMOCONIOSES; RENOGRAPHY; ULTRASONOGRAPHY
OSTI ID:
21113682
Research Organizations:
MZ RF, Sankt-Peterburg (Russian Federation), Tsentral'nyj nauchno-issledovatel'skij rentgenoradiologicheskij inst
Country of Origin:
Uzbekistan
Language:
Russian
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: UZ0803872121220
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
22 pages
Announcement Date:
Dec 19, 2008

Citation Formats

Akilova, D N. Modern X-ray examination methods in differential diagnostics of various forms of lung hydatid disease; Sovremennye luchevye metody issledovanij v differentsial'noj diagnostike razlichnykh form ehkhinokokkoza legkikh. Uzbekistan: N. p., 2003. Web.
Akilova, D N. Modern X-ray examination methods in differential diagnostics of various forms of lung hydatid disease; Sovremennye luchevye metody issledovanij v differentsial'noj diagnostike razlichnykh form ehkhinokokkoza legkikh. Uzbekistan.
Akilova, D N. 2003. "Modern X-ray examination methods in differential diagnostics of various forms of lung hydatid disease; Sovremennye luchevye metody issledovanij v differentsial'noj diagnostike razlichnykh form ehkhinokokkoza legkikh." Uzbekistan.
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title = {Modern X-ray examination methods in differential diagnostics of various forms of lung hydatid disease; Sovremennye luchevye metody issledovanij v differentsial'noj diagnostike razlichnykh form ehkhinokokkoza legkikh}
author = {Akilova, D N}
abstractNote = {This work analyzes possibilities of complex radiation diagnostics using traditional Xray, computer and magnet resonance tomography and ultrasonography based on examination and treatment of 223 patients with lung hydatid disease. The diagnosis of 187 out 223 patients has been confirmed during operations. Original methods of ultrasound' examination (USI) of lungs have been developed. The role and place of needle aspirated biopsy controlled by computer tomography in differential diagnostics of complicated forms of lung hydatid disease with various forms of tumors, tubercular caverns etc. have been identified. Self-descriptiveness, sensitivity and general accuracy of these examination methods have been studied on patients with non-complicated and complicated forms of lung hydatid disease. Self descriptiveness of X-ray for non-complicated forms was 104%, USI - 85%, CT 100%, for complicated forms self-descriptiveness of X-ray was 92%, CT- 97%. Ultrasound examination of chest allowed visualizing and localizing of hydatid cysts when they were peripheral. The research enabled to develop algorithm of diagnosing non-complicated and complicated forms of lung hydatid disease. Needle aspirated biopsy was applied in complicated cases. In non-complicated cases transcutaneous manipulations have not been performed to avoid the process dissemination. (author)}
place = {Uzbekistan}
year = {2003}
month = {Feb}
}