Anastasia Anatolievna Vinichenko, Vasily Valerievich Melnikov, Dmitry Viktorovich Kulikov, Elena Sergeevna Did-Zurabova, Anton Aleksandrovich Rebrov, Petr Ivanovich Bogdanov, Dmitry Yuryevich Semenov, Aleksey Aleksandrovich Vaganov
2020 Vestnik of Experimental and Clinical Surgery  
Relevance. Liver abscesses remain one of the most urgent problems in abdominal surgery, reaching 2-3 cases per 100,000 people. A wide range of causes, the complexity of diagnosis and the imperfection of treatment methods reaching a high mortality, from 2 to 31% according to different authors. The abscesses developing as a complication in the postoperative period are the greatest difficulty in diagnosis and treatment. The advantage of minimally invasive technologies at the present stage of
more » ... sent stage of development of surgery is indisputable. However, the question remains of the indications for their use, phasing and technology of implementation. Purpose of the study. On the clinical example, to show the possibility, logic and sequence of minimally invasive treatment in a patient with multiple liver abscesses. Materials and methods. Presented a clinical case of minimally invasive treatment of postoperative complications in a patient receiving primary treatment for multiple primary cancer - cholangiocarcinoma and kidney cancer with the development of multiple liver abscesses of the ambiguous nature (cholangiogenic, pyogenic, traumatic, ischemic). Result. In the presented clinical case are presented the possibilities of a staged, minimally invasive treatment of multiple liver abscesses
doi:10.18499/2070-478x-2020-13-1-46-50 fatcat:4de2ix7urvcrtgblmcxalrcpem