L E Mil'chakova

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The results of an open prospective naturalistic study on the use of topiramate (topamax) in 92 patients with focal epilepsy are presented. The pharmacological remission with duration over one year was achieved in 47,8% of patients. In total, the percentage of remission and clinical improvement made up 68,5%. The positive changes were observed in drug-naive(More)
In spite of the fact that patients of advanced age are the fastest growing population of patients with epilepsy, there is no sufficient data on quality of life (QOL) questionnaires sensitivity in the elderly patients. The aim of this study was to evaluate correlations between QOLIE-31 and QOLIE-10 scores in the elderly and young patients with epilepsy(More)
The results of the clinical and epidemiological study of epilepsy in the Soviet region of Makhachkala city and the Khasavurt region of the Dagestan Republic are presented. The sample size was 139.115 in the Soviet region and 101.278 in the Khasavurt region, The samples included 344 and 338 patients with epilepsy, respectively. The age- and sex- standardized(More)
The study's objectives were to assess the quality of life in Russian patients with epilepsy using the special QOLIE-31 questionnaire and to compare the findings obtained with those of similar foreign studies. Two hundreds and eight patients with epilepsy at the age 18-74 years (average duration of disease - 12.05 +/- 9.89 years) completed the QOLIE-31. In(More)
The results of the comparative study of the prevalence and risk factors of epilepsy in adults in the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation revealed that the consequences of perinatal pathology was the main risk factor in young patients while the consequences of brain injury or cerebrovascular disease predicted epilepsy in middle age and elderly(More)
The results of the clinical and pharmacoeconomic study of cerebrolysin in the rehabilitative therapy of ischemic stroke presented in the paper revealed the statistically significant regress of neurological disturbances in patients receiving cerebrolysin in daily dosages of 10 and 20 ml as compared to the control group. The rehabilitation of motor functions(More)
The epidemiological study of the prevalence of epilepsy in the population, consisted of 93.6% of Sakha nationality, aged over 14 years, of the rural areas of the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia has been carried out. The prevalence of epilepsy standardized by sex and age is 4.57 per 1000 people, being higher in men (5.12) compared to women (4.09). Out of 92(More)