Month: June 2022

Blog articles can help you overcome panic attacks, anxiety, hypochondria, social phobia and other anxiety conditions.


BRAIN DAMAGE IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES: HOW TO DETECT AND CAN I AVOID? The frequency of cerebral strokes in people older than 50-55 years increases by 1.8-2 times in each subsequent decade of life. The development of acute disorders of cerebral circulation is preceded by long and complex changes in the cardiovascular system and the system…
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To select the optimal therapeutic tactics, the assessment of the severity of SCI is of great importance. The diagnosis of moderate SCI is based on: on complaints of the patient and (or) people close to him about memory impairment and other cognitive functions; the presence of a syndrome of moderate cognitive impairment according to neuropsychological…
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Traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a Russian term that does not quite correctly reflect the essence of the phenomena. The fact is that skull injuries, types of fractures occur only with brain bruises and then in less than 50-60% of cases, and with a concussion of the brain, which accounts for 80% of all TBIs,…
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Alzheimer’s disease

INTRODUCTION The management of patients with AD is one of the urgent problems of modern medicine, because AD is one of the most common causes of acquired cognitive impairment (CI) and, as a result, disability among the elderly [1]. Currently, more than 44 million people suffer from dementia, and 5 to 7 million new cases…
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Cognitive disorders

Post-stroke cognitive impairment Post-stroke cognitive impairment can be presented in a wide range, from mild dysfunction (decreased concentration of attention, decreased speed of solving cognitive tasks, mild memory impairment) to the degree of dementia (inability to perform the usual daily functional duties). However, if such vivid forms of CD as dementia in patients who have…
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