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  • EGMR, 27.11.2012 - 41461/10

    DIRDIZOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik v. Ukraine, no. 72286/01, §§ 104-106, 28 March 2006; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko, cited above, § 100; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at adequately treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109, 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 08.01.2013 - 56027/10

    RESHETNYAK v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik v. Ukraine, no. 72286/01, §§ 104-106, 28 March 2006; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko, cited above, § 100; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at adequately treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109, 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 13.11.2012 - 24677/10

    KORYAK v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik, cited above, §§ 104-106; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko, cited above, § 100; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at curing the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109, 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 06.03.2014 - 31535/09

    GORBULYA v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik v. Ukraine, no. 72286/01, §§ 104-106, 28 March 2006; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko, cited above, § 100; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at successfully treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 27.11.2014 - 51857/13

    AMIROV v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 100, 27 January 2011; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at adequately treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 15.12.2015 - 30575/08

    IVKO v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists, in particular, that authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko, cited above, § 100; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik v. Ukraine, no. 72286/01, §§ 104-106, 28 March 2006; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006) and that â?? where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition â?? supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at successfully treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114, and Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 23.07.2015 - 12983/14

    PATRANIN v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 100, 27 January 2011; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at adequately treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 05.02.2015 - 46404/13

    KHLOYEV v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists that, in particular, authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 100, 27 January 2011; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006), and that, where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition, supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at adequately treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114; Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005; and Popov, cited above, § 211).
  • EGMR, 24.05.2016 - 17564/06

    SADRETDINOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists, in particular, that authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 100, 27 January 2011; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik v. Ukraine, no. 72286/01, §§ 104-06, 28 March 2006; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006) and that - where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition - supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at successfully treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114, and Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 21.06.2016 - 48023/06

    VASENIN v. RUSSIA

    The Court insists, in particular, that authorities must ensure that diagnosis and care are prompt and accurate (see Khatayev v. Russia, no. 56994/09, § 85, 11 October 2011; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko, cited above, § 100; Gladkiy v. Russia, no. 3242/03, § 84, 21 December 2010; Hummatov v. Azerbaijan, nos. 9852/03 and 13413/04, § 115, 29 November 2007; Melnik v. Ukraine, no. 72286/01, §§ 104-106, 28 March 2006; and, mutatis mutandis, Holomiov v. Moldova, no. 30649/05, § 121, 7 November 2006) and that â?? where necessitated by the nature of a medical condition â?? supervision is regular and systematic and involves a comprehensive therapeutic strategy aimed at successfully treating the detainee's health problems or preventing their aggravation (see Hummatov, cited above, §§ 109 and 114, and Sarban v. Moldova, no. 3456/05, § 79, 4 October 2005).
  • EGMR, 24.05.2016 - 52526/07

    MAKSHAKOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 27.01.2015 - 7309/04

    VEFA SERDAR c. TURQUIE

  • EGMR, 27.11.2014 - 18785/13

    KOUTALIDIS c. GRÈCE

  • EGMR, 05.02.2013 - 41828/10

    GURENKO v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 10.05.2016 - 78774/13

    TOPEKHIN v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 04.10.2016 - 54436/14

    KLIMOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 10.04.2012 - 21731/02

    SHCHEBETOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 22.03.2016 - 32863/13

    LITVINOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 01.03.2016 - 66252/14

    ANDREY LAVROV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 04.12.2014 - 5901/13

    POZAIC v. CROATIA

  • EGMR, 28.05.2014 - 41513/12

    TSOKAS ET AUTRES c. GRÈCE

  • EGMR, 09.01.2014 - 66583/11

    BUDANOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 05.02.2013 - 46108/11

    MKHITARYAN v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 21.06.2016 - 42526/07

    G. v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 15.05.2018 - 48106/13

    GOIA c. GRÈCE

  • EGMR, 06.02.2018 - 2613/13

    AKIMENKOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 08.10.2015 - 21566/13

    SERGEY DENISOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 06.03.2012 - 29687/09

    ISMATULLAYEV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 12.01.2016 - 2763/13

    KHAYLETDINOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 15.12.2015 - 32917/13

    KHALVASH v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 22.09.2015 - 29896/13

    LAVRENTIADIS c. GRÈCE

  • EGMR, 11.06.2015 - 29334/11

    LUTSENKO v. UKRAINE (No. 2)

  • EGMR, 05.02.2013 - 76317/11

    BUBNOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 11.12.2012 - 45393/04

    TIMOFEJEVI v. LATVIA

  • EGMR, 20.11.2012 - 45566/08

    GOLOSHVILI v. GEORGIA

  • EGMR, 08.10.2015 - 28333/13

    TSELOVALNIK v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 19.06.2018 - 61744/11

    N.G. c. RUSSIE

  • EGMR, 15.01.2015 - 58530/08

    NOGIN v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 10.05.2012 - 16906/10

    LIARTIS c. GRÈCE

  • EGMR, 20.02.2018 - 8685/15

    V.S. v. ESTONIA

  • EGMR, 28.11.2017 - 19327/13

    KAVKAZSKIY v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 03.05.2016 - 42372/08

    YEREMENKO v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 05.12.2013 - 13182/04

    KUTEPOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 13.03.2012 - 41408/04

    KOLPAK v. RUSSIA

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