M M Tanashian

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In patients with discirculatory encephalopathy the influence of verbal fluency test on the characteristics of cerebral perfusion, DC-potentials of the brain, as well as on blood pressure and heart rate was investigated. Two patterns of responses to the verbal fluency test were observed. The first one is the process of generalized activation, manifested by(More)
Associated changes in the characteristics of local cerebral blood flow (CBF) and slow brain electrical activity were studied in 40 patients with dyscirculatory encephalopathy. CBF and CBV (cerebral blood volume) values for the frontal and temporal cortex and basal ganglia positively correlated with the constant potential values in the central lead(More)
Patients with dyscirculatory encephalopathy (DE) were examined to elucidate interhemisphere relationships by recording brain constant potential (CP) and perfusion CT. Electrophysiological characteristics were shown to relate to local brain blood flow. Dispersion of intrehemisphere CP level in DE patients proved more pronounced than in healthy subjects.(More)
Efficacy of poststroke rehabilitation depends on intensity of afferent current from the paretic limb to the lesion. The afferentation course is represented by neuromuscular electrostimulation (NMES) of the paretic hand's finger and hand extensors. The procedure's effect on the focus of acute ischemic lesion was analysed with MRT imaging including(More)
An electron-microscopic study of the response of cochlear stria vascularis (CSV) cells to an electric impact of physiotherapeutic parameters was made in 26 guinea-pigs. Twelve guinea-pigs (group 1) have undergone 9 sessions of bilateral endaural electrostimulation with square bipolar impulses (4 ms, 0.1-0.4 mA, 50 Hz, 20 min). Fourteen guinea-pigs of group(More)
A vestibular function was analysed in 50 patients with supratentorial ischemic stroke. It is shown that high incidence of vestibular disorders in focal brain lesions located aside of basic vestibular centers and their correlation with clinical and device data, dynamics of the pathological process evidence for high functional sensitivity of the vestibular(More)
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