G. S. Burd

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Thirty patients with acute ischemic stroke and at early terms of postapoplectic recovery received cerebrolysin in daily doses 10, 20 and 30 ml for 5 days or 10 ml, i. v. for 10 days, respectively. The patients were examined for neurological status and cerebral function. In acute stroke the highest effect occurred in the affection of moderate severity. In(More)
An examination of the function of the hypophyseo-adrenal system was carried out in 31 patients with cerebral stroke by radioimmunoassay of the content of STH, ACTH and cortisol in the arterial and venous cerebral and peripheral blood. The examination showed a demonstrative change of the hormonal balance, especially in the cerebral venous blood that depended(More)
Electron microscopy of the sensomotor cortex in 27 rats was performed at varying times (1, 3, 7 days) after arteria carotis communis occlusion. Three groups of rats (5 rats in every group) were treated by nootropil (500 mg/kg daily) in accordance with three time intervals. Control rats were undrugged. More preserved were neurons in the brain of rats treated(More)
The authors conducted a clinico-EMG study of 118 patients with an embolism of the aortal bifurcation and magistral arteries of the lower extremities. Among this contingent 58 were studied in the remote period -- from 2-7 years following a surgical operation. The clinical symptoms of embolism were expressed in severe pain, sensory, motor and(More)
Twenty-two patients with post-stroke epilepsy (group 1) were studied, along with 30 stroke patients without epilepsy (group 2). Bilateral (on both the paralyzed and intact sides) decreases in the central conduction time (CCT) along the pyramidal tract were found in group 1, which were not seen in group 2, who had similarly severe motor lesions (p<0.01). The(More)
The study included 22 patients with poststroke epilepsy (group 1) and 30 patients with stroke without epilepsy (group 2). A bilateral decrease of the time of central conduction (TCC) through pyramidal path (both on the paretic and intact side) was revealed in group 1. This was not observed in patients of group 2 with similar gravity of motor disorders (p <(More)