V. A. Khil'ko

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Clinico-physiological studies of 426 healthy subjects revealed normal parameters of the blood flow linear velocity along the extra- and intracranial portions of major cerebral vessels as determined by means of transcranial dopplerography. Normal parameters of the systolic-diastolic coefficient, the reactivity of major vessels and their pial draining network(More)
According to the authors' opinion, the different character of alterations in phagocytic activity of monocytes in primary derangement of the dominant and subdominant hemispheres results from the different functional significance of the hemispheres. The most pronounced neurogenous immune dysfunction occurs because of an injury to the dominant hemisphere. The(More)
Analysing the body's responses in 32 patients operated on for cerebral vascular aneurysms has shown that preoperatively there is activation of the peripheral blood antiprotease system, which appears to be associated with the impaired permeability of the vascular wall and with the activation of the hemostatic system and that their liquores contain(More)
The latest technologies, introduced into neurosurgery during the last 2 decades of the 20th century, ensured progress in the diagnostics and treatment of brainstem tumors--pathologies that remain until now a most complicated problem in neurooncology. The modern diagnostic tools comprising profound dynamic neurological and neurophysiological examinations(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)
Profuse nasal hemorrhages caused by injury to the subclinoid part of the internal carotid artery in parabasal fractures of the skull and contusion of the brain were encountered in 6.5% of cases. Hemorrhages occurring some time after the injury are linked with rupture of the wall of a false aneurysm or a carotid-cavernous anastomosis. Hemorrhages into the(More)