M S Siniachkin

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The aim of the work was investigation of both efficacy of sulpiride, atypical neuroleptic drug with pronounced antidepressive activity, and its influence on central nervous system. The study was performed in the course of prophylactic treatment of migraine using contingent negative variation (CNV) index. It is demonstrated that sulpiride is effective in(More)
Contingent negative variation (CNV) was examined in 14 epileptic patients (5 with generalized and 9 with partial fits) both before and after 24 hours of sleep deprivation. Background CNV indices differed significantly by higher amplitudes of nearly all CNV components from the ones of healthy individuals. Amplitudes of postimperative negative waves (PINW)(More)
Contingent-negative deviation (CND) and orientational reaction (OR) were studied in 9 women suffering from typical (according to DSM-III-R) panic disorders (PD) and 12 healthy females. CND recording was made after giving neutral (70 dB, 1000 Hz) and stress (120 dB, 2000 Hz) pairs of sounds. Patients with PD were divided in two groups depending upon CND(More)
Observation of patients with panic disorders (PD) and generalized anxious disturbances (GAD) by means of contingent negative variation (CNV) revealed that they significantly differ from healthy individuals. Anxiety, depression and autonomic dysfunction were more pronounced in such patients. Both high amplitude of early CNV component and alteration of its(More)
85 patients with migraine without aura and 20 healthy individuals were examined between the attacks, before the attack, during and after it (1-2 days). The examination included clinical-neurological analysis; psychological Spilberger's and Beck's tests, scale of alexithymia and complex algesic questionnaire; recording of the conditional negative wave;(More)
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