Greg Burd

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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).(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)
A neurophysiological analysis of motor affections has been made in post-apoplectic patients during early convalescence. Altogether 26 patients aged 45-68 were examined on week 3-4 since ischemic hemispheric apoplexy. Magnetic stimulation of cerebral cortex motor zones, measurements of M-response and evoked skin sympathetic potential. Mild or moderate motor(More)
The paper demonstrates that mitochondrias of human brain cortex neurons take an active part in the vital processes of the cells, acutely react to brain circulation disturbances revealing various destructive and compensatory-restorative reactions. The observed forms of the mitochondrias damages are described. The compensatory-restorative reactions of the(More)
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