Larisa Zaitseva

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Introduction The problem of juvenile scleroderma (JS) is determined by a variety of clinical manifestations, tendency to early generalized process with the development of peripheral and visceral lesions. In the last decade various forms JS associated with Borrelia infection, as evidenced by the discovery of a skin biopsy patients spirochete Borrelia(More)
A neuropsychological analysis was performed of voluntary movements and actions, of the visual and auditory gnosis, memory and speech in children aged 4-7 years in acute serous meningitis. The results demonstrated certain defects in mental functions, especially distinct in the acute period of the disease. The data obtained indicate functional disturbances in(More)
1. Investigation of intercentral correlations of brain potentials in children aged 5–6 years showed substantial differences in the spatial distribution of correlations between projection and association areas during the recall of familiar and unfamiliar words. 2. During the recall of verbal stimuli the following interhemispheric features of distribution of(More)
Characteristics of spatial-temporal organization of brain biopotentials were examined in one to 2.5 year old children during recognition of visual images. Crosscorrelation EEG analysis of frontal, motor, inferior parietal, temporal and occipital cortical zones has shown that recognition of familiar visual objects is accompanied by an increase in spatial(More)
The study of intercentral correlations of the brain biopotentials in five-to six year old children revealed considerable differences in the spatial distribution of interrelations of the neocortex projection and associative zones during reproduction of familiar and unfamiliar words. Reproduction of familiar words was accompanied by the greatest enhancement(More)
Results 20 patients with JIA had an articular form, 11 children had an systemic form. 2 patients had diffuse form of systemic sclerosis (SS). 6 patients had a limited form of SS. 8 children had scleroderma. 8 children with JS, 13 children with JIA and all children with SLE had fever, weakness, weight loss at the onset of the disease. 3 children with JS, 12(More)
A correlation analysis of EEGs in children 4 to 7 years of age suffering from serous meningitis revealed certain distinctions in the spatial organization of their brain biopotentials, as compared with that observed in healthy children of the same age. In the acute period of the disease the spatial synchronization of the biopotentials of the left hemisphere,(More)
It has been established by means of the auto- and cross-correlation EEG analysis of children in the second year of life that different functional systems of relationships of cortical structures are formed during the word perception depending on whether it is an indifferent or signal stimulus for the child. In response to indifferent words, synphasic(More)