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Analysing the body's responses in 32 patients operated on for cerebral vascular aneurysms has shown that preoperatively there is activation of the peripheral blood antiprotease system, which appears to be associated with the impaired permeability of the vascular wall and with the activation of the hemostatic system and that their liquores contain(More)
Examining responses of the local immune system of the brain in neurocancer patients suggests that the immune system is involved in the neuroimmune interaction of both physiological and pathological conditions in the central nervous system (CNS). The setting off the local immune system of the brain is of functional nature, similar to functional analogy with(More)
Analyzing the immunological responsiveness of patients with acoustic neurinomas on the antitumor immunomodulator leacadin has revealed some significant features. In leacadin-treated patients, postimmunotherapy promotes the formation of high sanogenetic responses: an increase in the rigidity of the brain-immune system; elevations of the levels of antitumor(More)
The analysis of immunological responsiveness and factors of nonspecific resistance in patients with relapsing meningiomas shows that there are prevalent autoimmune responses in the preoperative period and their gradual, but not final overcoming by the body after elimination of neoplastic relapse. At the same time the pathogenesis is closely associated with(More)
The functional activity of cellular immunity was studied in 26 patients with opticochiasmatic arachnoiditis as a model of autoimmune involvement of the brain after administration of common anesthetics of different pharmacological groups. Injection of ketamine as the induction and basic component of general combined anesthesia leads to reduction of(More)
The paper reports the data obtained on the efficacy of a new anti-cancer immunomodulator leacadin in neurinoma of the acoustic nerve. Leacadin participates in formation of a close regulatory relation between the brain and immune system, promotes centralization of immunity regulation in conditions of surgical trauma. The drug can also increase the level of(More)
The paper shows the formation of immunopathological syndromes in the cerebrospinal fluid in the victims with gunshot wounds in relation to the policy and outcome of treatment. Suturing the dura mater during a primary surgical treatment should be regarded as a protective process to limit antigen release, the development of immunological paralysis and(More)
The authors show that brain tumors onset and relevant recurrences are closely related to enhanced synthesis of IgG in the liquor and of circulating immune complexes as well as to blocking factors registered in the liquor. The above facts illustrate autoimmune reactions involved in pathogenesis and recurrent growth of brain tumors. Surgical removal of the(More)
Brain tumor development and their recurrence are accompanied by an increase in IgG levels in liquor as well as in the number of circulating immunocomplexes and by the presence of blockage factors in liquor. The data presented in the paper, on the whole, illustrate the development of autoimmune reactions, which happen to be mechanisms involved in the(More)