T N Osipenko

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Neurological and neuropsychological examination of 60 children (aged 5-6 years) from day-care centers has made it possible to identify a group of children at risk in relation to school disadaptation (31.7%). Minimum pyramidal, extrapyramidal, or mixed insufficiency was observed in 28.3% of children. An analysis of the severity of disorders of higher mental(More)
A total of 124 preschool children aged 5 to 6 years attending kindergartens or placed into children's homes were subjected to neurologic and neuropsychologic examinations. The alterations revealed were inconclusive and of various kinds. On the one hand, they were characterized by an increase by 5 to 6 years of age in the frequency of the minimal signs of(More)
A case of Raynaud's disease in a 2-year-old child seen by the authors for 1.5 yr. is described. The paper treats of the basic reported data on the pathogenesis, clinical picture and treatment of Raynaud's phenomenon and disease; the child's disease history and the main clinical manifestations are described as are the results of examinations. The case is(More)
The paper describes devices used to examine motor functions in preschool children, methods of examinations and presents their results. Instrumental indices of the development of large and small motility in preschool children and objective criteria for the efficiency of stimulant therapy are proposed. It is shown that the devices for examination of motor(More)
The authors conducted a neurologic, electromyographic and electroneuromyographic investigation in 64 preschool children in a children's home. Subtle static-motor deficit was detected in 79.7% of the children. Major clinico-electroneuromyographic differences were found in 5- vs 6-year old children that were regarded as a functional shift reflecting both the(More)
The authors analyze the current methods of the diagnosis and prediction of perinatal CNS lesions in neonates and infants. Emphasize the importance of revealing non-gross, even minimum manifestations. Provide evidence for the diagnostic and prognostic information content of the elaborated dynamic approach to the assessment of the neonates' neurological(More)
Computed tomography (CT) morphometry of the brain in preschool children in the critical period reflects the dynamic process of the brain formation, multidirectional laterality of the hemispheres. Close relationships between neuropsychological and CT results demonstrate general tendency of the neuro-ontogenetic process comprising reciprocal interaction of(More)
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