U A Amanbekov

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The authors present results of neurophysiologicstudies of peripheral part of motor analyser in miners exposed to complex of occupational hazards. Some mechanisms of vegetative regulation in disordered neuro-muscular transmission are revealed.
The article represents results of first year research within large project "Complex approaches in public health state management in Aral region" (implementation term 2014-2016). Aral region problems is a bright example of ecologic disaster with severe social economic consequences, influencing directly or indirectly all countries. The article covers complex(More)
Clinical and functional studies helped to assess influence of vegetative nervous system on course of vibration disease and chronic lumbosacral radiculopathy in miners. Vegetative dysfunction syndrome varying in intensity was associated with simultaneous overstrain in segmentary and supersegmentary units of vegetative nervous system. The authors defined(More)
Studies of 242 patients showed that vibration disease in miners depends on age, length of service and occupation. Initial forms of disease predominate, they are characterized by monosyndromal clinical manifestations and slowly progressing course. Additional informative methods are suggested to diagnose the distal neurovascular lesions caused by vibration(More)
The article covers results of studies concerning psychologic and clinical neurologic state of Temirtau inhabitants. Early clinical forms of cerebro-vascular diseases were more frequent among males, but cryptogenic encephalopathies were more prevalent among females. Among the males examined, the early clinical signs of cerebro-vascular diseases were seen in(More)
Based on clinical and electrophysiologic studies, the authors analysed neuro-muscular apparatus of "spinal center--periphery" axis for miners with radicular pain caused by occupational lumbosacral radiculopathy. Findings are that constantly irritated receptors in lumbar motor segment during occupational activities alter habitual motor stereotype and cause(More)
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