Olga V. Lagoda

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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)
AIM To study various aspects of cerebrovascular diseases (CVD) in the presence of metabolic syndrome (MS). SUBJECTS AND METHODS A comprehensive clinical, laboratory, ultrasound, and neuroimaging study was conducted in 514 patients with symptomatic and asymptomatic atherosclerotic lesion of the internal carotid artery and MS. RESULTS MS was found and(More)
The article deals with the results of a study of “asymptomatic” patients with severe stenosing process in the brachiocephalic arteries (as a model of carotid atherosclerosis), with emphasis on the determination of biochemical markers associated with various stages of atherogenesis. The definition of a group of proatherogenic and atheroprotective biomarkers(More)
The aim of our research is to study hemodynamic and embolic situation during the carotid endarterectomy (CEA), carotid angioplastic and stenting (CAS), and to reveal the prognostic significance of the data provided by intraoperative monitoring of the brain blood flow in exposing acute ischemic lesions in brain. Intraoperative monitoring of blood flow in(More)
Cognitive decline comprises one of the most important symptoms of chronic cerebral hypoperfusion. It leads not only to social disability of the patients with a subsequent decline in life quality but also to a decrease in adequate control of the course of both vascular pathology and comorbid states. Pathogenetic therapy and prevention of cerebrovascular(More)
The problem of asymptomatic stenoses of the internal carotid artery (ICA) has become a matter of great concern especially after ultrasonography of the great arteries of the head and, first of all, duplex scanning were introduced on a wide-scale basis into practice of the physicians of varying specialties. The growing population of patients with asymptomatic(More)
Metabolic syndrome is a serious risk factor for acute and chronic cerebrovascular disease, which are a leading cause of disabling conditions. The association of proatherogenic effects of the main components of metabolic syndrome--hyperinsulinemia, arterial hypertension, dyslipidemia and obesity--leads to prominent haemorheological and hemostasis changes,(More)
The present study was undertaken to examine the relationship between the level of the intensity of the ultrasonic signal reflected from atherosclerotic plaques (ATP) of carotid arteries and the risk for formation of an ischaemic lesion in the brain matter, detected during diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DW-MRI) performed 24 hours after(More)