S. M. Budylina

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Bioelectrical activity was registered in the central sector of the glossopharyngeal nerve. The impulsation was processed on a specialized computer "ATAK-350" in the real-time regimen. Interval histogramms were made, based on the result of survey of 500 inter-impulse intervals. It has been established that during a 4-day food deprivation bimodal distribution(More)
A relat ionship is demonstra ted between the level of mobilization of the taste recep tors and the blood sugar response to taking food. The level of recep tor mobilization was lowered by 38% 10 rain after eating, when the blood sugar concentrat ion was ra ised by 33%. Activity of the taste r ecep to r s showed a fur ther inc rease of 35% 1.5 h after taking(More)
In 73 elderly patients with type II sugar diabetes there were found changes of gustatory perception of sweet that were most pronounced on primary stage of the disease and that can be considered as manifestation of diabetic neuropathy of oral cavity organs and tissues.
Gustatory perception was studied in 10 children aged 8 to 15 suffering from medium-severe diabetes mellitus by the functional mobility method. Glycemia values and the level of mobilization of gustatory lingual papillae were high when the patients were admitted; the characteristic reverse proportional relationship between these values, observed in healthy(More)
Taste perception is an important criterion for the state of the oral mucous membrane in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease. The tongue, as an organ of taste, is characterized by serious changes in the functional state after injury with acid-containing substrates due to reflux. The specific features of taste perception and possibility for their(More)