PSYCHIC DISORDERS AT ACUTE LESION OF CEREBRAL CIRCULATION

Abstract


The review of the modern literature on main neuropsychiatric disorders was given: delirium, mania, "catastrophic reaction", pseudobulbar affect, depression, behavioral disorders and dementia. Questions of prevalence, clinical displays and diagnostics of clinical phenomena are discussed. Opinions on localization of mental symptoms in a brain are discussed at stroke, and on associations with other infringements.

About the authors

Еlena G Mendelevich

Каzan state medical university

Email: emendel@mail.ru
кафедра неврологии и реабилитации; Казанский государственный медицинский университет; Каzan state medical university

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