Victor V. Zakharov

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A total of 52 patients with Parkinson's disease (PD), 11 with presumptive Alzheimer's disease (AD), and 20 healthy subjects were studied; subjects were aged 55-74 years. Neurological symptoms were assessed quantitatively, and the state of higher mental processes were evaluated using the Luriya method. A number of memory tests were also used. These studies(More)
Neurocognitive functions have been studied in 100 patients with Parkinson's disease (PD). PD was associated with cognitive impairment due to frontal lobes dysfunction, with hippocampus and right hemisphere involvement in advanced stages of the disease. Severity of cognitive impairment increased simultaneously with severity of movement disorder. Patient's(More)
A total of 88 patients with progression of Parkinson's disease (PD) were studied. Cognitive impairments (CI) in PD were in most cases progressive in nature, predominantly because of increases in the severity of dysregulatory and neurodynamic disorders, impairments to visuospatial functions, and, in some cases, deficits in nominative speech function. A high(More)
40 Начиная с 90-х годов ХХ века все более уси-ливается интерес врачей и исследователей к не-дементным когнитивным нарушениям в пожилом возрасте. В настоящее время общепризнано, что развитию деменции как при нейродегенеративном, так и при сосудистом поражении головного мозга предшествует весьма длительный период вначале бессимптомного, а затем(More)