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Bioelectrical activity of the brain in patients with craniocerebral injuries and irritation of brain stem structures



Bioelectrical activity of the brain in patients with craniocerebral injuries and irritation of brain stem structures



Zhurnal Voprosy Neirokhirurgii Imeni N. N. Burdenko 1983(3): 14-18



Affection of the stem structures in craniocerebral injury causes their irritation at different levels and of different degree, which determines the severity of the patient's clinical condition with the corresponding EEG changes. Irritation of a high degree induces functional block of the stem structures which hinders the clinical and EEG manifestations of the local symptoms. The therapeutic measures should be aimed at removing the causes of brain stem affection and at reducing the degree of irritation of the median structures. The EEG facilitates the application of purposeful pathogenetic treatment of patients with cranial and cerebral trauma.

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