Galina V. Mikhailova

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BACKGROUND Arctic climate change is already having a significant impact on the environment, economic activity, and public health. For the northern peoples, traditions and cultural identity are closely related to the natural environment so any change will have consequences for society in several ways. METHODS A questionnaire was given to the population on(More)
Clinico-anatomical analysis, chemico-toxicological and histological examination of material from 54 deceased from intoxication with azaleptin both in urgent toxicology department and pre-admission stage, were performed. Morphology of intoxication with azaleptin was studied, structural base of genopathy at these intoxications was developed.
Morphological characteristics of changes in the spine and lungs in patients with spinal injuries dead in hospital are described. Spinal edemas were detected in all cases. Edemas were found even in subjects dead at the place where the injury was inflicted. Morphological changes in the lungs were characterized by a phase-wise process, depended on the volume(More)
The study on the morphology of organs in 316 fatalities due to traumatic shock and blood loss and organs of 120 dogs and 25 rats sacrificed after reproduction of closed trauma of the chest accompanied by blood loss revealed the dependence of morphological changes on the time of shock development and the size of blood loss. Soon after trauma, disorders in(More)
Morphologic changes in the spine have been investigated in patients with spinal injuries who died in hospital. The incidence of injuries has been evaluated as 9.3% of mechanical injuries. Purposeful search for possible injuries increased the rate of detection of injuries of the spine and the cord. Spinal cord can be impaired without involving the osseous(More)
Clinical anatomical analysis, forensic chemical, morphological, bacteriological, and immunological investigations of material from 62 subjects dead from acute poisoning with opiates before hospitalization (31 cases) and in hospital (31 cases) were carried out. Organ and tissue lesions typical of opiate poisoning were detected. The outcome of acute poisoning(More)
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