Vol XLII, No 4 (2010)

Articles
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EPILEPSY IN ADULT POPULATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN
Yarmukhametova M.R., Bogdanov E.I., Milchakova L.Е., Geht A.B.
Abstract
There was performed a complex study of epidemiologic and clinical characteristics of epileptic adult patients of the Republic of Tatarstan. Stratified by age and sex, the prevalence of epilepsy among adult population was 2, 84 per 1000 people, being higher among men (4, 02) as compared to women (1, 84). The morbidity was 15, 00 per 100, 000 people, being also higher for men.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):3-8
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AGE-RELATED PECULIARITIES OF FUNCTIONAL STATE OF SOMATOSENSORY AFFERENT PATHWAYS AND TRIGEMINAL SYSTEM IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DAILY HEADACHES
Kuznetsova E.A., Yakupov E.Z.
Abstract
The aim of the study was neurophysiological assessment of functional state of somatosensory afferent pathways and trigeminal system in patients with chronic daily headaches in age aspect. There have been revealed age-related peculiarities of functional state of somatosensory afferent pathways and trigeminal system in patients with chronic daily headaches
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):9-16
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PECULIARITIES OF USE OF PSHYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES BY MENTAL PATIENTS
Zinoviev S.V.
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While studying of 655 mental cases with accompanying addictive pathology there were revealed and analyzed components of addictive pattern - this is typical for each nosology patient's age and conditions of beginning of systematic use of pshycoactive substances, of preference of concrete substances, of form and the rhythm of the use, of clinical picture of intoxication and abstinence syndrome. Taking into account this specific pattern enriches traditional concept of comorbiding disorders and promotes making early diagnosis of mental disorders.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):17-22
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PARAMETERS OF CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS AT NEUROSYPHILIS
Каziеv А.K.
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By analyzing qualitative characteristics of blood flow in cerebral arteries of 52 neurosyphilitic patients it was revealed a formation of compensatory-adaptive reactions of bloodstream due to alteration of elasticotonic properties of vascular wall or volume of actively functioning capillary network. Lesions of cerebral hemodynamics according to the data of reoencephallograhy and ultrasound dopplerography had a similar character at neurosyphilis in the form of angiodistonic and structural lesions and they depended on the disease duration.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):23-26
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OPTIMIZATION OF RENDERING MEDICAL AID TO PATIENTS WITH ACUTE LESIONS OF CEREBRAL BLOODFLOW BOTH AT PRE-HOSPITAL STAGE AND IN CONDITIONS OF NEUROLOGY HOSPITAL
Моrozova Е.G., Ismagilov М.F.
Abstract
There were studied clinic-organizational aspects of rendering medical aid to patients to patients with acute lesions of cerebral bloodflow both at pre-hospital stage and in conditions of neurology hospital. The most significant defects of rendering urgent and stationary aid to patients with acute lesions of cerebral bloodflow have been established. There were developed and introduced into practices «Protocols of treating patients with acute lesions of cerebral bloodflow in conditions of neurology hospital».
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):27-31
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EVALUATION OF CEREBRAL PERFUSION CHARACTERISTICS IN PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF ATHEROSCLEROTIC LESIONS OF INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERIES
Nemirovskaya T.A., Nemirovskiy A.M., Ibatullin M.M., Danilov V.I., Mikhailov M.K., Alekseev A.G.
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The article discusses brain perfusion patterns, based on perfusion CT, assessed in patients with different stenotic lesions or occlusion of the internal carotid arteries. Perfusion asymmetry is observed, most prominent in patients with one-side internal carotid artery occlusion.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):32-36
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THE ROLE OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDERS AMONG RISK FACTORS OF EPILEPSY AND PECULIARITIES OF VASCULAR EPILEPSY
Danilova T.V.
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Due to studying the risk factors of epilepsy development in adults it was revealed, that cerebrovascular diseases are ones of the prevalent risk factors. The complex examination of the patients with ischemia of brain, having epileptic seizures, showed a number of clinical, neuro-imaging and functional peculiarities of vascular epilepsy.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):37-42
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CORRECTION OF URINARY DISCOMFORT BY M- CHOLINOLYTIC SPASMEX IN WOMEN WITH SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS AND HYPERACTIVE URINARY BLADDER
Danilov V.V., Luchinsky S.А., Danilova Т.I., Volnykh I.J., Danilov V.V., Vasilchenko А.V.
Abstract
There had been studied correction effectiveness of urinary discomfort by М-cholinolytic spasmex in 57women, aged 18-69, with sexual dysfunctions and hyperactive urinary bladder. Expressed effect of spasmex on М-cholinoreceptors, patients' good tolerance, mild spasmolitic effect on unstriated muscles of lower urinary tract, possibility of correction of sexual dysfunctions, caused by hyperactive urinary bladder syndrome, had been considered.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):43-48
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PLACEBO USAGE IN POST-SOVIET PERIOD:EPISTEMOLOGY AND ITS USAGE IN ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT IN RUSSIA. PART II.
Raikhel E.
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This article examines the epistemological and institutional conditions which facilitate this practice of ''placebo therapy'', for which data had been collected during 14 months of fieldwork at narcological clinics in St. Petersburg. Wide usage of therapeutic methods, based on suggestion and use of disulfiram - an alcohol antagonist, was formed by a clinical style of reasoning specific to a Soviet and post-Soviet psychiatry.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):49-57
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TECHNICAL IDENTITY AND TERMINOLOGICAL INCORRECTNESS IN MANUAL (MANIPULATIVE) MEDICINE
Ivanichev G.A., Levit К.
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On the basis of our own material and of literary sources it was shown that methods of diagnostics and treatment of lesions of locomotor apparatus by methods of manual therapy are the same for osteopathy, craniosacral therapy and applied kinesiology.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):58-62
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PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DYNAMICS OF ADDICTIVE DISORDERS
Коrolenko C.P., Shpiks Т.А.
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Basic psychological mechanisms common for the all forms of all kinds of addictive disorders, including chemical and non-chemical addictions have been analyzed. There were shown personal features, allowing development of addictive process, as well as significance of displaced into unconscious destructive self-object relations, evoking unconscious threat, depression and feeling of guilt. There were given main psychoanalytical conceptions of addiction developing.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):63-71
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AVERSIVE THERAPY OF ADDICTIVE DISORDERS: PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES
Egorov A.Y., Sofronov A.G.
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There was studied the contemporary state of aversive therapy in narcology. Effective disulfiram doses in alcoholic therapy were analyzed. There were given investigation results of effectiveness and safety of cyanamide (COLME) in therapy of alcoholism, including adolescents and women. There were shown perspectives of usage of aversive means during alcoholism in combination with naltrexone and comorbide pathology.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):72-78
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ANALYSIS OF MODERN THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO ACUTE AND CHRONIC BACK PAIN
Sabirova M.Z., Sibgatullin M.M., Altunbaev R.A.
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The report examines the relevance of the problem of back pain, the results of a meta-analysis to study the pharmacological and non-drug therapies, the efficiency and safety of NSAIDs, muscle relaxants, anticonvulsants, and antidepressants.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):79-83
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GLIAL NG2-CELLS IN NEUROINTOGENESIS AND REGENERATION
Chelyshev Y.А., Shaimardanova G.F.
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There had been studied NG2-cells as precursors of neural cytes, oligodendrocytes, astrocytes, and their interrelation with cells of other types in CNS in conditions of pathology. In experimental and clinical conditions it was shown a possibility of participating glial NG2-cells in gliom formation. Role of NG2-gkia is actively investigated during inflammation, degeneration and neuroregeneration, including post-traumatic regeneration of spinal cord.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):84-90
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A CASE OF FALSE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS DIAGNOSIS IN A FAMILY WITH MYOTONIC DYSTROPHY
Маgzhanov R.V., Saifullina Е.V., Мukhametova R.R., Мukhamedrahimov R.R.
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There was shown a case of clinical supervision in the family with myotonic dystrophy (МД1, 19q13.2-13.3). One of the family members had been falsely made the diagnosis of NS demielinizing disease.
Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):91-93
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PROFESSOR АNDREI LVOVICH ZEFIROV
Akhtyamova D.A.
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Neurology Bulletin. 2010;XLII(4):94-95
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