Three hundreds and twenty-nine patients with stroke were examined. In the acute stage of stroke, disorders of postural balance dynamic disturbances were detected in 85% of patients, in a half of patients disorders of static balance were found either. Four variants of postural balance disorders were singled out: I -- afferent, with a prevalence of sensory… (More)
The possibility of increasing the efficiency of grain maize (corn) cultivation is shown in the comparative study of two cultivation technologies of this culture: the traditional and the proposed oneâ€”based on chisel tillage.
Objective To investigate the diagnostic value and clinical significance of anti-MCV in pts with early JA. Duration of disease was < 6 months. We studied also 54 pts with early RA, 28 pts with undiffer-entiated arthritis (UA) and 14 healthy children. Anti-MCV was measured in serum by enzyme-linked immunosorb-ent assay (ELISA) using the cut off value of 25… (More)
Sensomotor development, periods of febrile attacks (FA), spectral EEG characteristics in narrow range of frequency were examined in 12 healthy children and 34 children with FA. There was a correlation between FA debute, relapse and physiologic formation and change of sensomotor rhythm on months 4-5, 7-8, 11-12 of life. The correlation was also established… (More)
In 33 patients with the acute stage of a cerebral stroke the function of the spinal centres was examined by the stimulation electromyography method. The H-reflex of the sural muscle and the late responses of the hand and foot muscles were determined in patients with truncal and hemispheric lesions on the 1st-2nd, 3d-12th, and 13th-18th days of the disease.… (More)
In 53 patients in different periods of brain strokes the authors studied the functional state of spinal centers by means of registration of H-reflex and F-wave of the skeleton muscles. In spite of the stroke character a marked increase of excitation of the spinal centers was observed, it being especially significant in the subacute period of the disease.… (More)