ГоловнаArchive of numbers2016Volume 24, issue 4 (89)Concept of minimal cerebral dysfunction genesis and possible approaches for it prevention
Title of the article Concept of minimal cerebral dysfunction genesis and possible approaches for it prevention
Authors Tantsura Lyudmyla
Pylypets Olena
Tretiakov Dmytro
Year 2016 Issue Volume 24, issue 4 (89) Pages 5-7
Type of article Scientific article Index UDK 616.89-008.47-053.2-07.616.8-009 Index BBK -
Abstract Complex investigation of 106 children (72 boys and 34 girls) with diff erent clinical variants of minimal cerebral dysfunction (MCD), from 5 to 10 years of age has been done. Attention defi - cit with hyperactivity syndrome was revealed in 74 patients. It was approved that the main etiologic factors of MCD are early (anteperinatal) CNS lesions, which cause abnormal maturation of certain cerebral structures, and which are presented in more or less severe way at diff erent developmental stages in 74.53 ± 4.25 % of children. Rationality and effi cacy of neurometabolic therapy in children with MCD have been shown due to positive clinical and electroencephalographic dynamics. Concept of MCD genesis and prevention of it development has been worked out.
Key words children, minimal cerebral dysfunction, attention defi cit with hyperactivity syndrome
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