I P Mar'enko

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The objective of the present publication was to demonstrate a clinical case of peripheral vestibular paroxismia verified in a woman with the help of the MRI technique. Vestibular paroxismia is a relatively rare disease manifested in such characteristic signs and symptoms as sudden and short-lived episodes of dizziness, unstable gait, and the concomitant(More)
There were studied peculiarities of provocative nystagmus among 60 military servicemen with nervous system in anamnesis. Latent vestibular disfunction--a frequently detected syndrome among persons with diseases of nervous system in anamnesis. To examine a provocative nystagmus, was used a range of vestibulometric loading tests, which influences on different(More)
The objective of the present study was to develop a new method for the diagnostics of latent vestibular dysfunction and estimate its effectiveness based on the characteristics of spontaneous nystagmus, provocative nystagmus, and vestibuloocular optokinetic reflexes in servicemen operating moving systems. Moreover, the study was designed to assess the(More)
Vestibular dysfunction is the most frequent symptom of minimal cerebral dysfunction in adults. Objective of the research was to study the etiopathogenesis of minimal cerebral dysfunction based on the analysis of the latency of different types of induced nystagmus. Threshold stimulation by physiological stimuli was used to study vestibular function(More)
A total of 25 healthy subjects were available for the study of provoked nystagmus using a series of vestibulometric functional tests affecting different component of the vestibular system. The study has demonstrates the high diagnostic value of provoked nystagmus and the importance of a series of vestibulometric functional tests as a tool for the evaluation(More)
The objective of the present study was to elucidate specific features of etiology and pathophysiology of recurring chronic vestibular dysfunction. It included 90 patients with this pathology of whom 24 (26.6%) presented with vascular compression of the vestibulocochlear nerve diagnosed by means of high-field MRI. This method revealed the high frequency of(More)
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