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War, traffic and iatrogenic injuries of D3 duodenal segment
Ignjatovi? Dragan,?uk Vladimir,MioviSidor
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/vsp0501069i
Abstract: Background. Injuries of the duodenum at the level of aortomesenteric clamp (segment D3) are with a high incidence of death due to the development of fistula and peritonitis. In three successfully managed cases, we applied the biliary surgery method. Case reports. All three cases were with the injuries of D3 duodenal segment. The first patient suffered from the blast perforation of duodenum at the level of the aortomesenteric clamp which occurred at the 7th day after the injury. The second patient suffered from the duodenal injury caused in a traffic accident. The third patient suffered from an iatrogenic injury at the beginning of D3 duodenal segment inflicted during ureterolithotomy. The described surgical procedure included basically the suture to narrow the site of the injury, then lateroterminal anastomosis with the Roux-en-Y jejunal flexure and, finally, the placement of a silicone prosthesis starting from the duodenum through the site of injury and the Roux-en-Y out. Octreotide and the total parenteral nutrition were administered to the patients postoperatively. Conclusion. The use of the releasing silicone prosthesis in all three patients provided the repair of the site of the injury with anastomosed Reux-en-Y jejunum.
Gangrene of the right colon after blast injury caused by abdominal gunshot wounds
Ignjatovi? Dragan,MioviSidor,Jevti? Miodrag
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/vsp0506483i
Abstract: Aim. To present a patient with an indirect secondary nonperforating blast injury of the right colon following abdominal gunshot injury, which led to necrosis and the right colon gangrene, and was surgically managed. Case report. A 26-year-old male was shot in the abdomen by four projectiles causing the secondary indirect blast injury of the right colon that turned into gangrene after 24 hours. Two days after admission, laparotomy was performed, but the primary anastomosis was not done because of the stomach and pancreatic injury, and the resection of the colon with terminal ileostomy was done instead. Three months later, the reconstruction of the colon was performed using ileocolotransverso-terminolatetral anastomosis. Conclusion. Secondary blast injuries should be anticipated in gunshot injuries, and could be expected to any organs, particularly the air filled ones.
Takayasu arteritis
MioviSidor,Dra?kovi? Miroljub,Jevti? Miodrag,?arac Momir
Medicinski Pregled , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/mpns0502073m
Abstract: Introduction. Giovanni Battista Morgani reported the first case with Takayasu arteritis (TA) in 1761. The disease affects the aortic arch and large blood vessels. It is found in every race and in every age-group, predominantly in female population aged 20-40 years. There are four types of TA: type I affects blood vessels of aortic arch; Type II is syndrome of middle aorta (thoracal and abdominal aorta); Type III affects aortic arch and abdominal aorta; Type IV affects pulmonary artery. Clinical manifestations. TA has three phases; 1. weakness, fever, anemia, loss of appetite: 2. inflammation of blood vessels: 3. symptoms of stenosis and occlusive lesions. Pathoanatomical disorder includes inflammation of all three layers of blood vessels. Case report. This is a case report of a 41-year-old woman with TA. She suffered from chest pain, fatigue and pain in both legs, predominatly in the right. Clinical presentation of the disease varies whereas development of 1A is unpredictable. Angiograplty is an important method in diagnosis of the disease and in planning surgical treatment. In our patient five arterial stenoses were established by angiography. ECHO Color Doppler angiography may be useful. Diagnostic criteria include: age under 40 years, occlusion of the right and left subclavian artery and nine minor criteria. Corticosteroid and anti-inflammatory therapy is indicated. One third of patients needs surgery. Discussion and conclusion. In our opinion surgical treatment should be delayed until acute phase is over. Surgical treatment in our patient included: aortobifemoral bypass and left carotid-axillary bypass grafting. Some patients need multiple surgical treatments, like our patient. They also need post-surgical controls. .
Anastomotic aneurysm in forearm AV fistula for hemodialysis access: A late complication
MioviSidor,Dra?kovi? Miroljub,Tomi? Aleksandar,?arac Momir
Medicinski Pregled , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/mpns0504200m
Abstract: This case report describes the treatment of arteriovenous aneurysm and late vascular complications of native arteriovenous fistula (AVF) in a patient with end-stage renal disease. Aneurysm resection was performed and a new vascular access was created at the original site. 8-month follow-up revealed that this treatment was highly successful. .
Use of presternal catesters for peritoneal dialysis in obese patients
Dra?kovi? Miroljub,Jevti? Miodrag,MioviSidor,Zoranovi? Uro?
Medicinski Pregled , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/mpns0602079d
Abstract: Introduction. Patients with terminal kidney failure represent an important socio-medical problem not only in our country, but also in most countries of the world. There are three options of treatment: transplantation, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Each of them has advantages and disadvantages. Case report. This is a case report of an extremely obese woman on pentoneal dialysis. Due to obesity, we decided to use a presternal catheter. We wished to report our dilemmas, opinions and experiences associated with this problem, as well as opinion from available medical literature. .
Abdominal aortic aneurysm: Rupture of the anterior wall
Dra?kovi? Miroljub,MioviSidor,Jevti? Miodrag,?arac Momir
Medicinski Pregled , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/mpns0702080d
Abstract: Introduction An aneurysm is a focal dilatation of an artery (aorta), involving an increase in diameter of at least 50% as compared to the expected normal diameter (over 3 cm). Abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) cause thousands of deaths every year, many of which can be prevented with timely diagnosis and treatment. AAA can be asymptomatic for many years, but in one third of patients whose aneurysm ruptured, the mortality rate is 90%. In the past, palpation of the abdomen was the preferred method for identifying AAA. However, diagnostic imaging techniques, such as ultrasonography and computed tomography are more accurate and offer opportunities for early detection of AAA. Case report This paper is a case report of an 83-year old female patient. She was admitted due to severe pain in the abdomen. We already knew about the AAA (from her medical history). After using all available diagnostic procedures, rupture or dissection of the AAA were not confirmed. The patient underwent emergency surgery. During the operation, rupture of the anterior wall of the aneurysm was found. The anterior wall was filled with parietal thrombus, which hermetically closed the perforation. The patient was successfully operated and recovered. Conclusion The aim of this case report was to point out that our diagnostic procedures failed to confirm the rupture of AAA. We decided to apply surgical treatment, based on medical experience, clinical findings, ultrasonography and computed tomography and during operation rupture of AAA was confirmed. Patients with an already diagnosed AAA, or patients with clinical picture of rupture or dissection, are in urgent need for surgery, no matter what diagnostic tools are being used.
Elective reconstruction of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm type IV by transabdominal approach
Marjanovi? Ivan,Jevti? Miodrag,MioviSidor,?arac Momir
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/vsp1201090m
Abstract: Introduction. Thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm (TAAA) type IV represents an aortic dilatation from the level of the diaphragmatic hiatus to the iliac arteries branches, including visceral branches of the aorta. In the traditional procedure of TAAA type IV repair, the body is opened using thoractomy and laparotomy in order to provide adequate exposure of the descending thoracic and abdominal aorta for safe aortic reconstruction. Case report. We reported a 71-yearold man with elective reconstruction of the TAAA type IV performed by transabdominal approach. Computed tomography scans angiography revealed a TAAA type IV with diameter of 62 mm in the region of celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery branching, and the largest diameter of 75 mm in the infrarenal aortic level. The patient comorbidity included a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and hypertension, therefore he was treated for a prolonged period. In preparation for the planned aortic reconstruction asymptomatic carotid disease (occlusion of the left internal carotid artery and subtotal stenosis of the right internal carotid artery) was diagnosed. Within the same intervention percutaneous transluminal angioplasty with stent placement in right internal carotid artery was made. In general, under endotracheal anesthesia and epidural analgesia, with transabdominal approach performed aortic reconstruction with tubular dakron graft 24 mm were, and reimplantation of visceral aortic branches into the graft performed. Postoperative course was uneventful, and the patient was discharged on the postoperative day 17. Control computed tomography scan angiography performed three months after the operation showed vascular state of the patient to be in order. Conclusion. Complete transabdominal approach to TAAA type IV represents an appropriate substitute for thoracoabdominal approach, without compromising safety of the patient. This approach is less traumatic, especially in patients with impaired pulmonary function, because there is no thoracotomy and any complications that could follow this approach.
Surgical treatment of varicose vein using the tumescent technique of local anesthesia
Bjelanovi? Zoran,Lekovi? Ivan,Dra?kovi? Miroljub,MioviSidor
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/vsp1102155b
Abstract: Background/Aim. Tumescent local anesthesia (TLA) is a technique for local and regional anesthesia of the skin and the subcutaneous tissue, using infiltration of large amounts of a diluted solution of local anesthetic. This technique is applied in plastic surgery, liposuction as well as in dermatology for the entire series of dermatocosmetic procedures. The purpose of this study was to determine efficiency of surgical treatment of varicose vein using TLA as an alternative method to a conventional treatment for varicose vein. Methods. Seventy-two patients with varicose vein were enrolled in the study. All of them were operated on applying TLA, from April 2008 to November 2009. TLA solution consisted of local anesthetics was used. TLA solutions used were: 1% prilocaine-chloride with adrenaline supplement, and 2% lidocaine-chloride and adrenaline in concentration of 0.1%-0.4%. Results. Out of 72 patients, we stripped great saphenous vein from 60 patient and did varicectomy as well as ligation of insufficiently perforating veins. In 12 patients we did partial varicectomy and ligation of perforating veins. There were not any patients with the need for continued surgery, as well as bringing patient to the general anesthesia due to pain during the surgery. One patient came for postoperative opening wound in the groin, one for infection of the wound and one for the formation of seroma in the groin. There were not any allergic reactions or systemic complications in the operations as well as postoperative period. Postoperatively, all the patients were treated with compressive elastic bandage during the period of 6 weeks as well as anticoagulation prophylaxis in the duration of 5 days. Conclusion. Surgery of varicose veins with implementation of TLA is easy and safe method with very low percentage of complications and unwanted effects. It is a good alternative method to classic surgery of varicose veins. The economic aspect is a very important component because the cost of this method is significantly lower than that of a classical surgical treatment of varicose veins.
Subcutaneous paratibial fasciotomy in the treatment of chronic venous ulcer
Lekovi? Ivan,MioviSidor,Bjelanovi? Zoran,Dra?kovi? Miroljub
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/vsp1105430l
Abstract: Background/Aim. Chronic venous ulcer (CVU), a disease of high incidence, is one of the most serious chronic venous insufficiency complications. It has been estimated that there are 1%-2% of adults with CVU deriving a high social significance. The aim of this study was to, using the clinical experience, determine the influence of subcutaneous paratibial fasciotomy (SPF) on the course and the treatment outcome of CVU. Methods. From February 2006 to September 2009 SPF was applied in a group of 43 patients treated for CVU along with other standard methods of treatment, and its influence on the course of ulcus cruris was followed up regarding the control group of another 43 patients treated with standard methods with no paratibial fasciotomy. Results. In the group of patients treated with SPF there was a significantly better clinical course of ulcus cruris closing as compared with the group of patients in which this method was not applied. In the group with paratibial fasaciotomy there was no Thiersch skin transplant rejection recorded nor ulcus recurrence within a 6-month after-surgery period, while in the control group there was Thiersch skeen transplant rejection in 11 patients, and ulcus recurrence in 9 patients within the same period. Conclusion. SPF is a useful method with a favorable influence on better clinical course of ulcus cruris closing, reducing recurrence rate and improving local microcirculation in the affected region. Operation act itself is safe, requires no specific equipment nor special training of the team of surgeons, thus being applicable to the majority of patients with ulcus cruris indicated for surgery.
Morbidity and mortality in the early postoperative course following elective reconstruction of abdominal aorta aneurysm using endovascular and open surgical techniques
Marjanovi? Ivan,Jevti? Miodrag,MioviSidor,?oli? Miodrag
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/vsp1008665m
Abstract: Backgroud/Aim. Surgical treatment is the only method of abdominal aorta aneurysm (AAA) treatment. According to data of the available literature, elective open, ie conservative, reconstruction (OR) is followed by 3%-5% mortality, as well as by numerous comorbide conditions inside the early postoperative course (the first 30 days after the surgery) that occur in 20%-30% of the operated on. The aim of the study was to present preliminar results of a comparative clinical retrospective study of early postoperative morbidity and mortality in AAA reconstruction using endovascular (EVAR) and open surgical techniques. Method. This comparative clinical retrospective study included 59 patients, electively operated on for AAA within the period January 2008 - March 2009, divided into two groups. The group I counted 29 (49%) of the patients who had been submitted to EVAR by the use of Excluder stent. The group II consisted of 30 (51%) of the patients operated on using OR. All of the patients were males, 50-87 years old (mean 67.6 year in the group I, and 54-86 years (mean 68.3 years) in the group II. All tha patients had AAA larger than 50 mm, in the group I 50-105 mm (mean 68 mm), and in the group II 50-84 mm (mean 65 mm). Preoperative comorbide conditions of any patients were similar (coronary disease, obstructive lung disease, chronical renal insufficiency). Patients operated on as emergency cases due to rupture or due to symptomatic aneurysm (threthening rupture) were excluded. The analysed parameters were the duration of surgical operation, intraoperative and operative blood substitution, postoperative morbidity, the duration of postoperative hospitalization, and hospital mortality. Results. The obtained results showed a statistically significantly shorter time taken by EVAR surgery (average 95 min, ranging 70-180 min) as compared to OR surgery (average 167 min, ranging 90-300 min). They also showed statistically significantly less blood loss in the patients operated on by the use of EVAR surgery (average blood compensation 130 mL, ranging 0-1050 mL) as compared to OR surgery (average blood compensation 570 mL, ranging 0-2.000 mL). Also, general complications as wound infection, no restoration of intestines peristalsis, febrility, proteinic and electolytic disbalance, lung and heart decompensation were statistically significantly less following EVAR than OR surgery. Postoperative hospitalization was also statistically significantly shorter after EVAR than after OR surgery (average 4.2 days, ranging 3-7 days; 10.6 days, ranging 8-35 days, respectively). Finally,
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