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ACUTE CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT: PATHOGENETIC, CLINICAL, AND REHABILITATION ASPECTS

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9
Year: 
2017

Professor I. Damulin (1, 2), MD; D. Degterev (2), Candidate of Medical Sciences; A. Strutsenko (3), Candidate of Medical Sciences 1-I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University) 2-A.S. Loginov Moscow Clinical Research and Practical Center 3-Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow

The paper considers the pathogenetic, clinical, and rehabilitation aspects of stroke. It emphasizes the dynamics of neuroplastic processes, their role in rehabilitation, and the value of impaired cerebral connections. The ypical errors that slow down the recovery of motor functions are discussed.

Keywords: 
neurology
stroke
plasticity
neurorehabilitation



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