S V Kulakova

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The paper outlines the diagnostic potentialities of the first Russian multidetector Testascan gamma-tomograph. With this, three different radio pharmaceuticals (RP) were used; 99mTC-GM PAO for examining cerebral circulatory disorders, 99mTC pertechnetate for visualizing tumor foci, and 99mTC-DTPK for studying impaired cerebral liquor pathway. Regional(More)
The paper analyzes tomographic scanning images of 32 patients with craniopharyngiomas in the late postoperative period. Computed tomographic data allowed the patients to be divided into 3 groups: 1) 10 patients without signs of tumor recurrence or hydrocephalus; 2) 14 patients with recurrent cystic craniopharyngiomas; 3) 8 patients with severe(More)
The authors examined the semiotics of hydrocephalus occurring after subarachnoidal hemorrhages (SAH) from arterial aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations to provide pathogenetic evidence for surgical or conservative hydrocephalus. The spinal fluid tract was examined in 44 patients after SAH by computed tomography and radionuclide cysternomyelography(More)
X-ray radionuclide studies revealed a variety of morphological changes at the cervicothoracic levels of the spinal cord and its meninges. Despite a preganglionary injury to the brachial plexus, there was a clear-cut correlation between the level and nature of an injury on the one hand, and the severity of the pain syndrome, on the other. A more significant(More)
Comparative data of transcranial ultrasonic dopplerography (170 patients) and radionuclide antroscintigraphy (124), received during diagnostics of defeats of venous collectors of brain are analyzed. Five variants of defeats of venous collectors (cross, sigmoid, internal of jugular vein), but also unpaired sine (direct, confluent) are described. Received(More)
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