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Autonomic vascular disorders in neuropathies and the methods for their pathogenetic therapy

, : Autonomic vascular disorders in neuropathies and the methods for their pathogenetic therapy. Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S.S. Korsakova 92(5-12): 32-35

Investigations were made to examine vegetovascular disorders in patients with inherited and acquired neuropathies (regional vegetative innervation, peripheral circulation and the thermal status of the limbs). Comprehensive, pathogenetically based treatment methods were developed. Using clinico-neurological, thermography, rheovasography and electrothermography research methods the following alterations were revealed in the autonomic areas of innervation of affected nerves: the signs of vegetovascular irritation; the signs of vegetovascular depression; a phenomenon of thermovision "amputation". Bearing in mind the diagnostic data, the patients were given differentiated pathogenetic therapy including physiotherapy and vegetotropic drugs.


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