Valery Golubev

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A clinical and electrophysiological analysis of tremor in patients with essential tremor and tremulous form of Parkinson's disease as well as healthy subjects has been conducted. The method of accelerometry was used for assessing the variability of frequency and amplitude tremor. A comparison of the time-domain characteristics and spectral components of(More)
The functional state of non-specific brain systems was studied in 27 patients with torsion dystonia through a complex of techniques, which included clinical, experimental psychological and electrophysiological examination of night sleep. Changes of involved nature have been identified in the various elements of non-specific systems in different clinical(More)
The present work is an analysis of 30 patients with Parkinsonian syndrome and 10 healthy persons during different functional states (aroused wakefulness, relaxed waking state, various phases and stages of nocturnal sleep, hypnosis). By means of polygraphic recordings and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) it has been shown that motor,(More)
The therapeutic efficacy of the anticancer drug cisplatin is limited by the development of resistance. We therefore investigated newly synthesized platinum-nitroxyl complexes (PNCs) for their potential to circumvent cisplatin resistance. The complexes used were PNCs with bivalent cis-PtII(R·NH2)(NH3)Cl2 and cis-PtII(DAPO)Ox and four-valent platinum(More)
The paper reports a case of painful-legs-and-moving-toes syndrome in a 75-year-old woman who developed it after a paralytic ischias attack at the age of 70. The syndrome was characterized by persistent pains in distal parts of the legs and feet and constant involuntary flexion-extension wave-like toe movements. SSEP studies revealed a defect of conduction(More)
One hundred and three children and adolescents, aged 10-17 years have been examined in the study: 78 neurotic patients with high and low anxiety level and 25 healthy children. Lusher's color test with anxiety expression evaluation according to L. Skott and psycholinguistic analysis of the reports on the dreams were the main methods used. In the dreams of(More)
The authors conducted a clinico-physiological analysis of the syndrome of parkinsonism in different functional states (intense vigilance, flaccid vigilance, various phases and stages of night sleep, a hypnotic state) using the method of a polygraphic registration and an experimental-psychological study. The functional state of so-called nonspecific brain(More)
Experiments on wakening from "rapid" and "slow" sleep, as well as clinical and epidemiological studies revealed differences in the reports of dreams. These differences were in correlation with the character of cerebral or somatical pathology and with the representativeness of phasic components of "rapid" sleep.
78 patients with neurotic disorders, 46 patients with cerebral organic pathology (tumors of the brain, epilepsy) and 25 healthy individuals were examined. Their age was 10-17 years. Clinical, paraclinical, experimental-psychologic, psycholinguistic methods were used. Psycholinguistic analysis of the reports concerning the dreams of the children and(More)
The aim of this investigation was to determine the role of functional brain state in mechanisms of symptom formation of panic attacks (PA). The clinical and electrophysiological peculiarities of PA connected with their arising in different phases of awakening-sleep cycle were examined in 24 patients. Examination analysis resulted in revelation of some(More)