V A Khil'ko

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A new method of rehabilitation of damaged visual nerves has been tested during clinical physiological investigations in 45 patients with pathological opticochiasmal brain tumor, inflammation and trauma. The essence of the new method was in implanting the electrode into the nerve when the patient was operated on for the pathological formation and in directly(More)
Examining responses of the local immune system of the brain in neurocancer patients suggests that the immune system is involved in the neuroimmune interaction of both physiological and pathological conditions in the central nervous system (CNS). The setting off the local immune system of the brain is of functional nature, similar to functional analogy with(More)
Pyramidal approaches are sufficiently effective, cause little traumas, and are easily tolerated by the patients. They are indicated in surgical management of diseases of the cerebellopontine angle such as tumors (neurinoma of the auditory nerve, cholesteatoma), cystic arachnoiditis, tumors of the temporal bone pyramid (glomus tumors, cysts), compression of(More)
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