A A Kornilov

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
A total of 550 workers at a chemical plant have been examined for symptoms of borderline neuromental disturbances. The ratio was as follows: 26.8%, normal subjects; 33.7%, predisease state; 10.3%, neurotic reactions; 1.8%, neuroses; 22.7%, neurosis-like states; 4.7%, chronic alcoholism. A normal person presents 2.7 symptoms, a neurotic one, 29.3. The rate(More)
  • A A Kornilov
  • 1984
Long-term reactive conditions in 100 patients with traumatic cerebral lesions were studied. On the basis of the disease course, the patients were divided into two groups. In 55 cases, psychogenic disorders developed into neuroses, the latter transforming over years into neurosis-like symptomatology, with the growing frequency of vegetative and(More)
  • A A Kornilov
  • 1981
As a result of long-time examination of 306 patients with a history of craniocerebral injuries some variants of the psychopathy-like syndrome, such as, asthenic, explosive, hyperthymic and apathic ones, were revealed. In addition, a hyperthymic variant with a moral defect and the same variant with hypersocial behaviour are described. The patients' behaviour(More)
  • A A Kornilov
  • 1980
By means of clinical and follow up studies 340 patients were examined in the late period of brain trauma. Among this group 90 patients were distinguished who had an increasing endogenization of psychotic conditions and transformation of post-traumatic personality changes with emerging negative disorders, inherent to schizophrenia. In analysing the psychotic(More)
The optimum time of a follow-up of new cases of respiratory tuberculosis in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is 3 years; by this time 91.8% of the patients may achieve a clinical recovery. Due to the climatic and geographic features of the region and to the logistic provision of tuberculosis dispensaries, the movement of patients by dispensary record groups(More)