СТЕНТИРОВАНИЕ ВЕН ИЛИОКАВАЛЬНОГО СЕГМЕНТА – ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ
Н. В. Закарян
ФГБУ «Клиническая больница №1» УД Президента РФ, Москва
А. С. Панков
В. Е. Баринов
А. А. Шелеско
Е. Б. Молохоев
А. Г. Давтян
Е. В. Баринов
Д. С. Белков
В. В. Бояринцев

Ключевые слова

стентирование вен
илиокавальный сегмент
синдром Мэй-Тернера

Как цитировать

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Н. В. Закарян, СТЕНТИРОВАНИЕ ВЕН ИЛИОКАВАЛЬНОГО СЕГМЕНТА – ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ, КМКВ, вып. 3, сс. 61-68, авг. 2021.

Аннотация

В статье представлен современный обзор литературы по стентированию вен илиокавального сегмента. Авторами обозначена важность проблемы, отражены основные показания к эндоваскулярным операциям при данной патологии, представлена техника оперативных вмешательств. Также в статье перечислены основные виды венозных стентов и показаны результаты последних исследований по стентированию вен

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