Kh S Ragimov

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A tetrapeptidamide nitroanalog and morphine produced an unmarked and short-lived increase in cerebral circulation, determined by the reduction of the vascular tone in both arterial brain systems. The tetrapeptidamide nitroanalog and morphine exerted a pronounced depressant effect on the nervous regulation of cerebral circulation by inhibiting the reflex(More)
Met- and leu-enkephalines have a two-phase influence on the brain blood supply: initial short-term blood flow increase is replaced by the decrease of cerebral blood flow. Enkephalines are established to possess a pronounced depressive influence on neurogenic spasms of cerebral vessels and somatosympathetic and vasomotor reflex both under systemic(More)
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