N S Blagoveshchenskaia

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Otoneurological examination with the use of modern methods (electronystagmography, electrogustometry, supraliminal cupulometry, audiometry) showed that some type of disorders are encountered in 100% of cases of tumors of the hypophysis with marked extrasellar growth (vestibular disorders in 94% of cases, disturbed sensitivity in the nasal cavity in 55%,(More)
Since in the acute period of diffuse axonal craniocerebral trauma (CCT) the patient is comatose or, less frequently, soporous, only objective otoneurological signs (spontaneous nystagmus, altered caloric nystagmus, and traumatic damage to the otorhinolaryngological organs) may be revealed. The caloric nystagmus usually possesses all the signs characteristic(More)
Twenty-two patients with temporal epilepsy (TE) in the interparoxysmal period were subjected to otoneurological examination. In the majority of cases, there were vestibular disorders of the irritative nature and disturbances of otokinetic nystagmus. The data obtained, along with specification of the localization of the epileptic focus, confirm the(More)
The indications for and the diagnostic value and the method of radioisotope gammaencephalography (GEG) in tumors of the 8th nerve and similar diseases (47 cases) were studied. The optimum time for conducting scintigraphy for the detection of tumors of the 8th nerve is 2 1/2-3 hours after injection of the isotope. Small tumors up to 2 cm in size are not(More)
Despite the use of strong antibiotics and sulfanilamides the frequency of rhino-sinusogenic intracranial complications do not have a tendency to decrease. Rather frequently this is explained by late diagnosis of sinusitis and their intracranial complications. Up-to-date methods of observation help to make both a thorough diagnosis of intracranial(More)