Arystanbek O. Atykanov, Nurgazy T. Dzhanuzakov
This paper presents data on the effect of unilateral and bilateral electrical stimulation of the ovaries in 36 women of reproductive age with polycystic ovary syndrome and infertility on follicular reserve, estimated by the concentration of anti-Mullerian hormone in the blood serum. The results of surgical treatment showed that in the postoperative period in women, both with unilateral and bilateral ovarian cauterization, it does not lead to a critical decrease in the follicular reserve compared with indicators of healthy women.
Key words: women, polycystic ovary syndrome, follicular reserve, electrical stimulation, anti-Mullerian hormone.
Daniyarov B.S., Abdyldaev I.Z., Chevgun S.D., Nurbekov K.N., Cholponbaev D.C., Kaliev T.B., Borubaev EE, Chukubaev M.A.
We describe a case of guiding catheter induced dissection of left main coronary artery and ascending aorta. A patient with unstable angina and two-vessel disease underwent drug eluting stents implantation in proximal left anterior descending artery and distal left circumflex artery. Six hours after the procedure of acute occlusive dissection of left main coronary artery with spreading to ascending aorta developed, it was required to do stenting of the left anterior descending and left main coronary arteries and balloon dilatation of left circumflex artery. Despite the initial success of the repeated intervention, total occlusion of left main coronary artery occurred with unsuccessful reopening in catheterization laboratory. Emergency coronary artery bypass surgery was carried out. However, despite the patent anastomosis from left mammary to left anterior descending artery, the patient died.
Key words: Percutaneous coronary intervention, complication, iatrogenic coronary dissection