A V Bredikhin

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Encephaloangioscintigraphy performed in 30 patients with a closed craniocerebral trauma has shown simultaneous inhibition of the venous cerebral blood flow both in the vascular regions of the cerebral hemispheres and in the lateral sinuses indicating the common pathogenesis of disorders of the venous circulation in these parts of the circulatory bed. The(More)
A survey of 180 patients with unstable angina pectoris has demonstrated that transient hypermyoglobinemia detected in 58% of patients is a more informative parameter than those obtained with electrographic and enzyme immunoassay used in the diagnosis of focal alterations in the heart muscle in the disease. Measurement of serum myoglobin levels by rapid(More)
The authors proposed and tried a method of complex treatment cerebral venous dystonias (hypertensive type) including along with traditional drug treatment also intranasal administration of novodrin and electrostimulation of the mastoid zone of the scalp. Of 36 patients with clinical disorders of the venous cerebral circulation (hypertensive type evaluated(More)
The authors described 114 patients who developed alimentary-toxic paroxysmal myoglobinuria after eating white-fish in one of the districts of the Novosibirsk region. Renal lesion of the myorenal syndrome type with the development of acute renal insufficiency (ARI) was detected in 14% of the patients. The outbreak was more severe than those known in the(More)
Increased serum myoglobin levels were detected by radioimmunoassay in 57 (71.8%) of 80 patients with unstable angina. Transitory hypermyoglobinemia is an earlier and more informative test, as compared to ECG records or enzyme assays, for the diagnosis of focal myocardial changes resulting from a prolonged anginal attack in patients with unstable angina.
High performance quantitative procedure for evaluation of myoglobin in blood serum is developed. The principle of two-site immunometry was used involving monoclonal antibodies against nonoverlapping epitopes of myoglobin molecule. The fluorescent compound containing europium served as a label of the antibody. Modification of the single-step assay enabled to(More)
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