The particularities of the current regional cerebral dystonia at baby age with different somatic pathology

  • Ж. Е. Коротаева Komi branch GOU VPO «Kirov State medical academy», Syktyvkar, Russia
Keywords: regional cerebral dystonia, headache, emotional status, bad mood, lambliosis disease

Abstract

The analysis of the current regional cerebral dystonia was organized beside children and teenager with different somatic pathology. 65 Patients were examined. Clinical, bacteriological, functional and psychological methods were used. The particularities cerebral gemodinamic were revealled under different types of the current of the disease. It is shown that beside children with pathology GET aptitude to gypotonical to type of the current cerebral dystonia. The factors of the emotional status realistically worse, than beside children without somatic pathology. 80-85% of children suffering from liambliosis mostly have neurologic and psychological complaints (headache, sleep disturbance, bad mood, tiredness). Vivid differences in the psycho-physical indices between the groups of children suffering from liambliosis and children without protozoa were revealed (р < 0,05).

References

Кардиология детского возраста (методическое пособие). Под ред. А.Ф. Виноградова. Тверь 1995; 266.

Белоконь Н.А., Осокина Г.Г., Леонтьева И.В. Вегето-сосудистая дистония у детей: клиника, диагностика, врачевание (методические рекомендации). М 1987; 24.

Гембицкий Е.В. Артериальная гипотензия. Клин мед 1997; 1: 56-60.

Скупченко В.В., Милюдин Е.С. Фазотонный гомеостаз и врачевание. Самара, СГМУ 1994; 256.

Афонин П.Н., Афонин Д.Н., Немых В.В. Применение искусственных нейронных сетей для дифференциальной диагностики нейрогенной и васкулогенной ишемии нижних конечностей // Вестник новых медицинских технологий. 2005. Т. 12. № 3-4. С. 110-111

Практикум по психодиагностике. Конкретные психодиагностические методики. М. МГУ. 1989г.

Published
2007-05-31
How to Cite
Коротаева, Ж. (2007). The particularities of the current regional cerebral dystonia at baby age with different somatic pathology. Bulletin of the International Scientific Surgical Association, 2(2-3), 68-70. Retrieved from http://surgjournal.ru/index.php/BISSA/article/view/210
Section
Original Articles