Вестник хирургии имени И.И. Грекова

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The work evaluated the long-term treatment results of 103 patients with complicated diverticular disease, who underwent the elective surgery in the volume of left hemicolectomy. The first group included 53 patients with recurrent diverticula. The second group consisted of 50 patients, who underwent the operation on diverticula of sigmoid colon with formation of sigmostoma on the first stage. The number of patients with functional gastro-intestinal and psyco-emotional disorders was more significant in the first group compared with the second group and it was associated with presence of these disorders before the operation. There was noted the reliable decrease of quality of life rates according to questionnaire scales MOS-SF 36 in the first group. The average indices of scales had some matching to the rates of health people in the patients of the second group. The authors came to conclusion, that indications for elective surgery should be determined very carefully in case of recurrent diverticula.

Об авторах

В. И. Помазкин
Свердловский областной клинический психоневрологический госпиталь для ветеранов войн

В. В. Ходаков
Свердловский областной клинический психоневрологический госпиталь для ветеранов войн

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Для цитирования:

Помазкин В.И., Ходаков В.В. ОТДАЛЁННЫЕ РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ ОПЕРАТИВНОГО ЛЕЧЕНИЯ ДИВЕРТИКУЛЯРНОЙ БОЛЕЗНИ ТОЛСТОЙ КИШКИ. Вестник хирургии имени И.И. Грекова. 2016;175(2):101-104.

For citation:

Pomazkin V.I., Khodakov V.V. LONG-TERM RESULTS OF SURGICAL TREATMENT OF DIVERTICULAR DISEASE OF COLON. Grekov's Bulletin of Surgery. 2016;175(2):101-104. (In Russ.)

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