Laboratory and Clinical Medicine. Pharmacy

Scientific and practical quarterly peer-reviewed journal

 

ISSN 2712-9330 (Online)

VOL 2, No. 2 (2022)

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  • KAZAKHSTAN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CARE EXPO. May 18 – 20, 2022, Almaty, KAZAKHSTAN

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    • Pages: 4-6
    • Views: 6

    In the supporting frame of the capital's business in Medicine and Pharmacy LLC Life and Quality Company/ International Cytology School&Innovatory Medical School™ (ICS&IMS™ ) which was a part of delegation of the Moscow Export Center and its collective stand MADE in MOSCOW presented innovative developments in the international arena KIHE 2022.
    ICS/IMS™ shared with their experience both in the field of R&D and postgraduate education of medical specialists.

  • BALTIC FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONFERENCE 'STRATEGY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MEDICAL INSTITUTION'. May 25 – 27, 2022, Svetlogorsk, RUSSIA

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    • Pages: 7-10
    • Views: 6

    Representatives of Federal Centerof Brain Research and Neurotechnologies of FMBA of Russia took part in the Baltic Financial and Economic Conference 'Strategy for the Clinic development', which was held at the end of May 2022 in Svetlogorsk, Kaliningrad region. The event was held for health care organizers. The main changes in the current legislation regulating labor, control, supervisory and organizational issues in the field of healthcare were considered.

  • Editorial Article

  • THE ONLINE VISION EXPERTISE SERVICE FOR LEARNING AND SHARING KNOWLEDGE IN MICROSCOPY

    • Pages: 11-22
    • Views: 9

    In the lockdown settings due to COVID-19 pandemic the numerous of schools faced a number of difficulties in organizing the learning process. The requirements of programs aimed to offline training in microscopic methods were overcome with the online service Vision Expertise. The Vision Expertise cloud solution offers extensive functionality for training and exchange of experience in the field of digital clinical microscopy.

  • Economics and Management in Medicine and Pharmacy

  • ORGANIZATION AND FINANCING OF PHYSIOTHERAPY CARE IN INPATIENT SETTINGS ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN (RT)

    • Pages: 23-27
    • Views: 7
    Medical provision of the population in stationary conditions is one of the priorities of the state policy in the field of medical assistance to the population. The scientific works of a number of Russian scientists are devoted to the optimization of the drug supply system at the inpatient stage of treatment. Nevertheless, to improve the quality of drug care management in hospital settings, including in physiotherapy departments, it is necessary to develop scientifically based tools [1].
  • Clinical Lectures

  • CLINICAL AND LABORATORY EXAMINATION OF SYNOVIAL FLUID IN THE JOINT DISEASES DIAGNOSTICS. PART 2

    • Pages: 28-43
    • Views: 7
    The review presents novel insight on the cells of normal and pathological synovial fluid (SF) which detected by light microscopy, as well as the diagnostic value of some biochemical markers of SF which can help in the differential diagnosis of diseases musculoskeletal system [1]. Early diagnosis will help to start timely treatment at the primary stages of the disease. The clinical lecture notes the pathway for standardization of laboratory procedures in SF examination в for conventional practice of medical lab in Russia.
  • Clinical Case

  • THE ROLE OF SPERM SEDIMENT CYTOLOGY IN NON-INVASIVE DIAGNOSTICS OF SEMINOMA. CASE REPORT

    • Pages: 44-59
    • Views: 10
    Testicular neoplasms cause diagnostic difficulties for clinical and laboratory diagnostics in young and middle-aged men.
    Seminoma refers to germ-cell tumors (GCTs) and is the most common cancer of this localization. But the timely and correct diagnostics by non-invasive technologies is still difficult. The clinical case clarifies the innovative techniques by Sperm
    Sediment Cytology (SSC) as the non-invasive diagnostic approach resulting in excellent tumor cells detection. While a non-invasive conventional diagnostics and laboratory examination are of low diagnostic value this method can help oncologists and urologists for a confident judgment about the nature of the process and the timely choice of further treatment tactics.
  • CYTOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS OF CHOROIDAL MELANOMA. CLINICAL CASE

    • Pages: 60-66
    • Views: 8
    COVID-19 infection can cause various pathological processes in the eyes [1]. Changes in the vascular membrane of the eye can not always be differentiated without mistakes from malignance. The miss-diagnostics of choroidal melanoma can lead to incorrect and aggressive treatment [2].
    The clinical report shows the absence of positive dynamics in choroiditis in a patient in the COVID-19 convalescence which allowed the suspicion a tumor. The result of cytological examination indicated a neoplasm of melanocytic in origin which was an indication for enucleation. In the laboratory settings the role of cytological examination is very important for diagnostic of choroidal melanoma. Such approach together with histological examination presents as best diagnostics pathway of choroidal melanoma. Key words: cytology, ocular melanoma, choroidal melanoma.
  • MENINGOANGIOMATOSIS AND ANGIOMATOUS MENINGIOMA: QUIZ IN DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS. A SERIES OF CASES

    • Pages: 67-76
    • Views: 10
    Meningoangiomatosis is a rare benign lesion characterized by proliferation of blood vessels and meningothelial cells, often fusiform, which is sometimes accompanied by cortical dysplasia. Proliferation of vascular cells, pronounced cellularity and reactive gliosis may be misdiagnosed by a pathologist as invasive angiomatous meninigioma, which may lead to the postoperative radiation therapy. Immunohistochemical examination can help in the differentiation and exclusion of other diseases, such as meningioma and schwannoma. There are certain histopathological and clinical features of angiomatous meningioma, i.e. meningiomas whose vascular component exceeds 50 % of the total tumor area. Accurate differential diagnosis of meningoangiomatosis and angiomatous meningioma is important, since the correct recognition of pathology will not lead to overly aggressive postoperative treatment, as radiation therapy or chemotherapeutic treatment as in the case of meningioma.