N N Bogolepova

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asymmetry of the right and left hemispheres of the brain is one of the most characteristic signs of human brain activity. Starting from the early works of Broca [8], many clinical and experimental studies have demonstrated the phenomenon of cerebral dominance, i.e., functional lateralization of the brain [6, 7, 18]. The left hemisphere is actively involved(More)
Electron microscopy was employed to study neurofibrillary++ alterations in some parts of the brain of man aged 73 and 83 years (physiological ageing) and 36 to 80 years (vascular pathology) as well as in the spinal ganglion of dogs at different times after ischemia. Neurofibrillary++ alterations consisting in hyperplasia of microfilaments and formation of(More)
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