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Neurological aspects of affections in persons who took part in the elimination of the effects of the Chernobyl accident


, : Neurological aspects of affections in persons who took part in the elimination of the effects of the Chernobyl accident. Likars'ka Sprava 0(7): 45-47

An examination carried out in 224 patients presenting with different neurologic pathologies, who took part in the elimination of the aftereffects of the Chernobyl accident, revealed a substantial increase in the latent periods of vestibular evoked potentials and disturbances in brain bioelectrical regulation together with a cerebral circulatory disorder, as evidenced by EEG and ultrasonic investigation respectively. 94.7% percent of patients demonstrated varying degree vestibular dysfunction, which fact is to be considered in prescribing treatments to be administered.

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