Sergey V. Kotov

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Objective. To investigate the possibility of using a bioengineering system, which includes an electroencephalograph and a personal computer with a software for synchronous data transmission, recognition and classification of EEG signals, development of directions for intended actions in real time in the combination with the hand exoskeleton (the(More)
Objective. To study the potential for use of a bioengineered system consisting of an electroencephalograph, a personal computer running a program for the synchronous data transmission, recognition, and classification of electroencephalogram (EEG) signals, and formation of control commands in real time, combined with a hand exoskeleton (a bioengineered(More)
OBJECTIVE Vision impairment is one of the most typical characteristics of multiple sclerosis (MS). This pathology develops due to the lesions of optic nerves and optic tracts in the brain or eye movement dysfunction. Low contrast vision impairment is very frequent and early detected. We assessed low contrast non-color vision in patients with MS. MATERIAL(More)
immunomodulatory treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) is directed to the treatment of exacerba-tions and their prophylaxis and to increase the durations of periods of remission. This is approached by giving drugs which modify the course of MS (disease-modifying drugs, DMD), which are divided into first-generation agents (inter-ferons beta-1b and beta-1a,(More)
  • Julian Whitaker, V Ya Neretin, M A Lobov, S V Kotov, G F Cheskidova, G S Mo1chanova +8 others
  • 2013
Parkinson's disease or PD is a disorder of the central nervous system that impairs motor skills, speech and other mental functions. PD belongs to a group called movement disorders. These disorders typically produce muscle rigidity, tremor and a general slowing of physical movement. PD affects adults of all ages but is not considered fatal. However,(More)
We present here results obtained from MRI-based volumetric morphometry of the cerebral hemispheres, substantia nigra, and red nucleus in patients with different stages of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and patients with the early and advanced stages of cerebrovascular diseases, as compared with values form healthy subjects. The extent of cerebral atrophy was(More)
The study included 32 patients with idiopathic generalized epilepsy, 20 patients with cryptogenic focal epilepsy and 20 healthy controls. Cognitive functions were assessed using tests of long- and short-term verbal memory (auditory, visual and motor), attention and word fluency. Correlations between clinical features of the epileptic process and cognitive(More)
Five hundreds and thirty-six patients, aged from 19 to 50 years, have been studied. Occipital lobe epilepsy (OLE) have been diagnosed in 22 (4,1%) of cases. The study included evaluation of anamnesis, clinical and neurological examination, routine EEG and/or video-EEG monitoring and MRI of the brain. Duration of the study was 1-5 years (on average 3 years).(More)
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