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"Эстетическая медицина", v.V, N3, 2006

"Эстетическая медицина", v.V, N3, 2006

REJUVENATION AND STRESS: THE GORMESIS PHENOMENON
A. Liashenko

The review is dedicated to the basic principles of gormesis – persistent adaptation to environmental factors after low-dose stimulation of various types of stress. Heat, oxidative, pharmacological, radiation stress, starvation and other impacts all stimulate the host defenses facilitating development of antiapoptotic potential of cellular systems. Molecular basis for the antistress impacts is the increased expression of heat shock proteins, initiation of proteosomic activity and improved performance of proteolytic systems, degradation of proteins with abnormal structure, recovery of antioxidant enzymes activity. The above events reflect the body’s potential to resist disease and premature aging.

PHENOPTYPIC AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CELLS USED FOR AUTOTRANSPLANTATION
K. Rubina et al.

Authors suggest, that cells derived from skin biopsy samples and cultivated in vitro are similar to fibroblasts as regards to morphology and antigen expression. Part of the cells have marked contractile phenotype of myofibroblasts. A small portion of cells have the features of progenitors of keratinocytes and hemopoietic cells. The results obtained suggest possible therapeutic and rejuvenating action of skin fibroblasts.

COMMENTS ON THE ARTICALE:
G. Onitchenko

FACE TISSUE FORMULA AND ITS USE IN PLASTIC SURGERY
A. Belousov

The author suggests an original technique to evaluate tissue characteristics of face expressed as a “tissue formula”. Its practical implementation significantly raises the quality of preoperative surgical assessment of patient’s face, facilitates the selection of a population at risk of early failure, contributes to medical record management, computerized image analysis and research. Face tissue formula is a very flexible tool and can be modified individually.

COMMENTS ON THE ARTICALE:
A. Borovikov

REMOVAL OF NASOLACRIMAL SULCUS BY METHOD OF BRINGING-DOWN THE ORBITAL SEPTUM TO THE BOTTOM OF ORBIT
S. Shvyrev and other

The article is devoted to the discussion and experience of application of S. Hamra original method of low eyelidplasty. The logic of such operation is defined by the peculiarities of anatomic and bio mechanical tissue change in this face area caused by age and gravitation factors. The given clinical examples show the efficiency of total nasolacrimal sulcus removal. In case of correct indications and accurate implementation of all the stages the present technology allows essential improvement of complex rejuvenating operations in periocular area and on the face in general.

COMMENTS ON THE ARTICALE:
S. Kulagov, A. Borovikov

ESTROGEN METABOLISM IN WOMEN (GENERAL CONCEPTS AND CLINICAL PRACTI). PART II. TREATMENT OF HYPERESTROGENEMIA
A. Primak

Domination is a common cause of estrogen metabolism disorders leading to endometriosis, endometrial polyps, cervical dysplasia, fibrous-cystic mastopathy, uterine myoma, etc. The treatment should be complex and include identification of causes of hyperestrogenemia, as well as comprehensive impact on the metabolism of female sex hormones.

ON THE ETIOLOGY, PATHOLOGY, PATHOGENESIS,CLINICAL MANIFESTATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HYPERPIGMENTATION
O. Olisova et al.

The article outlines the issues of etiology, pathogenesis and management in various types of hyperpigmentation. Authors introduce original efficacy results of Iklen (rucinol) in 30 patients with hyperpigmentation of different origin. The study showed favorable outcome.

MODERN ANTIHISTAMINE THERAPY OF URTICARIAS
N. Kochergin

The author describes a typical clinical pattern of urticaria and, particularly, its most severe form – angioedema. An emphasis is placed upon the poor quality of life of such patients. The up-to-date information on the pathogenetic therapy of urticaria using antihistamines, as well as the benefits of the last generation drugs (e.g., levocetirizine) are demonstrated.

PROFESSIONAL OFFENSE OF HEALTHCARE WORKERS AS REGARDS TO LIFE AND HEALTH. MEDICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS
G. Pashinian et al.

Authors investigate the features of professional offenses made by healthcare workers as regards to life and health using the analysis of the updated criminal legislation of Russia. Modern definition of professional offense of a healthcare worker is introduced.

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02.08.2006

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