A.V. Riffel, S.A. Umanskaya
Long-term outcomes after "major" amputations of lower limbs
At present success in vascular surgery is accompanied with failures. Amputations of lower limbs often lead to peripheral arterial diseases.
In order to prevent decrease of patients' quality of life the necessity arises to operate other arterial systems of patients with multifocal atherosclerosis.
The analysis of the follow-up of patients with major amputations of lower limbs was conducted.