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)
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)
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)
Metabolic syndrome is a risk factor for the development of acute and chronic cerebrovascular diseases. Oxidative stress developing in these conditions promotes progression of cerebral ischemia, generating the need to correct any biochemical abnormalities which may be detected. Use of antioxidants in patients with cerebrovascular diseases and metabolic(More)
BACKGROUND Disturbances of microcirculation play a significant role in the development and progression of both acute and chronic cerebrovascular diseases (CVD) and may be associated with different hemogram abnormalities. One of the reasons of the prothrombogenic state of the endothelium is the increase in the number of blood corpuscles leading to (non-Ph)(More)
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