Внезапный отек мозга после неосложненной двухсторонней краниопластики. Клиническое наблюдение и обзор литературы
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краниопластика
осложнения
острый отек мозга

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Лубнин А.Ю., Потапов А.А., Никитенкова И.В., Савин И.А., Попугаев К.А., Ошоров А.В. Внезапный отек мозга после неосложненной двухсторонней краниопластики. Клиническое наблюдение и обзор литературы. Вестник интенсивной терапии имени А.И. Салтанова. 2020;(2):137–145. doi:10.21320/1818-474X-2020-2-137-145.

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В работе приведено описание клинического наблюдения острого развития отека мозга после неосложненной двухсторонней краниопластики. В обсуждении и обзоре литературы рассматриваются механизмы развития отека мозга, возникающего после закрытия обширных костных дефектов черепа, в особенности больших и двухсторонних, а также возможная роль субгалеальных дренажей.
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