Effective of Simultaneous Surgeries in Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenia.

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Ergashev U.Y., Mustafakulov G.I., Mominov A.T., Yakubov D.R., Zohirov A.R., Ernazarov X.I


Background and objectives: Basic information about the essence of simultaneous surgeries and the possibilities of their performance in diseases of different organs and spleen in modern surgical practice is presented. 

Design and methods: We retrospectively analyzed the data on 127 patients (56 males, 71 females) with chronic immune thrombocytopenia between 2015 and 2019 in the Research Institute of Hematology of Republic of Uzbekistan.

Results: The analysis of the results of the use of simultaneous surgeries in 17 (13.3%) of 127 patients with chronic immune thrombocytopenia was carried out.  Taking into account the specifics of hematological pathology, the indications were determined for the most optimal options for such surgeries. 

Interpretation and conclusions: Simultaneous surgeries are a promising method for the treatment of several surgical diseases in hematological practice.  . 

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