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Vol 8, No 4 (2016) EPILEPSY IN CHILDREN WITH STROKE Abstract  similar documents
A. E. Khalilova, Yo. N. Madjidova
"... Often, stroke, regardless of their type, are complicated by epileptic seizures, in different ..."
 
Vol 6, No 3 (2014) SEIZURES AS THE DEBUT SYMPTOMS OF ACUTE PAEDIATRIC STROKE Abstract  similar documents
L. V. Shalkevich, O. A. Lvova, A. N. Dron
"... Abstract: the data about seizures as the clinical manifestation of acute stroke in childhood ..."
 
Vol 8, No 2 (2016) PROTECTION OF BRAIN MITOCHONDRIA AGAINST MICRO STROKE-INDUCED INJURY: A STUDY OF ETHYLMETHYLHYDROXYPYRIDINE SUCCINATE IN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL USING TWO PHOTON LASER FLUORESCENT MICROSCOPY Abstract  similar documents
R. A. Afzalov, Yu. O. Kolikova, E. G. Pryazhnikov, D. V. Toptunov, L. S. Khirug
"... Objective. Mitochondrial injury plays a central role in neuronal death following ischemic stroke ..."
 
Vol 7, No 4 (2015) EPILEPSY IN CHILDREN WITH STROKE Abstract  similar documents
I. O. Shchederkina, N. N. Zavadenko, I. E. Koltunov
"... The frequency of detection of stroke in children has increased over the last 25 years (from 1 ..."
 
Vol 9, No 2 (2017) PATHOLOGICAL SIGNS OF EPILEPTIC AND NON-EPILEPTIC ORIGIN DETECTED IN AWAKE/SLEEP EEG PATTERNS DURING OUTPATIENT AND INPATIENT MONITORING: PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION Abstract  similar documents
V. V. Gnezditskiy, O. S. Korepina, V. A. Karlov, G. B. Novoselova
"... the brain function in patients with focal lesions (stroke consequences, tumor, etc.), and (b) to summarize ..."
 
Vol 8, No 1 (2016) EEG AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL (P300) IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH APHASIA AND EPILEPSY AFTER STROKE Abstract  similar documents
V. V. Gnezditskiy, O. S. Korepina, V. A. Karlov, E. E. Koshyrnikova, A. V. Chatskaya
 
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