Bulavin V.V. 1, Vorona A.A. 1, Yaroshenko V.P. 2, Kal’manov A.S. 1, Amirov A.M. 3 Prevalence, Structure and Nature of Internal Organs Changes in Servicemen Injured in Course of Counterterrorism Operations

1 Federal State Budgetary Institution “Central State Scientific Research Institute of Air Forces” of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, Schelkovo Town, Moscow Region, Russian Federation

2 Branch No. 2 of Federal State Budgetary Institution “The 3rd Central Military Clinical Hospital named after A.A. Vishnevsky” of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation

3 Military Physician Board of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Dagestan, Makhachkala, Russian Federation

Research Objective – study of prevalence, structure and nature of internal organs changes in servicemen injured in the course of the counterterrorism operations in Dagestan in 1999–2001.

Research Materials and Methods – 480 medical records and clinical and statistical maps of wounded soldiers served as material for the research.

Research Results and their Analysis
. The analysis of the research results has shown that the most often observed pathological changes of internal organs were in cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive and genitourinary systems.

Key words: counterterrorism operations, internal organs, organopathological changes, wounded servicemen

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