Deforming muscle dystonia (torsion dystonia)

Deforming muscle dystonia is a chronic progressive disease characterized by changes in muscle tone and slow rotational movements of the trunk and limbs. The disease was first described by Schwalbe in 1908. At first, it was regarded as a

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Deforming muscle dystonia is a chronic progressive disease characterized by changes in muscle tone and slow rotational movements of the trunk and limbs. The disease was first described by Schwalbe in 1908. At first, it was regarded as a

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Spasmodic torticollis

Close to deforming muscular dystonia is torticollis syndrome, the most characteristic manifestations of which are abnormal position of the head and a change in muscle tone of the neck. Torticollis can occur in many diseases – Goettington’s chorea ,

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Close to deforming muscular dystonia is torticollis syndrome, the most characteristic manifestations of which are abnormal position of the head and a change in muscle tone of the neck. Torticollis can occur in many diseases – Goettington’s chorea ,

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Non – progressive forms of myopathy

The successes of biology, biochemistry, and physics have made it possible to expand the possibilities of the pathogenetic study of various neuromuscular diseases. The widespread introduction of histochemical techniques and electron microscopy has helped to identify a number

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The successes of biology, biochemistry, and physics have made it possible to expand the possibilities of the pathogenetic study of various neuromuscular diseases. The widespread introduction of histochemical techniques and electron microscopy has helped to identify a number

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Congenital paramiotonia of Eilenburg

This form of the disease was described in 1886 by Eulenburg . In classical cases, the disease appears only in the cold, when there is a myotonic difficulty in muscle relaxation. Local cooling, for example when eating ice cream, is accompanied

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This form of the disease was described in 1886 by Eulenburg . In classical cases, the disease appears only in the cold, when there is a myotonic difficulty in muscle relaxation. Local cooling, for example when eating ice cream, is accompanied

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Myotonic dystrophy

Myotonic dystrophy (MTP, Steinert’s disease , dystrophic myotonia ) – AD, a multi-systemic disease characterized by variable gene expression (clinical polymorphism) in both sexes after the onset of the disease and the severity of the course. The genetics of MTD is well studied at the

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Myotonic dystrophy (MTP, Steinert’s disease , dystrophic myotonia ) – AD, a multi-systemic disease characterized by variable gene expression (clinical polymorphism) in both sexes after the onset of the disease and the severity of the course. The genetics of MTD is well studied at the

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Myopathy and cardiomyopathy

Myopathy and cardiomyopathy with onset in adulthood and maternal inheritance (MMS). The disease is associated with insufficiency of 1 and IV DBB complexes. A morphological study reveals RRF in skeletal muscle biopsies . It should be noted that mitochondrial myopathy is a common form

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Myopathy and cardiomyopathy with onset in adulthood and maternal inheritance (MMS). The disease is associated with insufficiency of 1 and IV DBB complexes. A morphological study reveals RRF in skeletal muscle biopsies . It should be noted that mitochondrial myopathy is a common form

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The relationship between the functional activity of the brain, energy supply, pH and blood flow

A significant proportion of all the energy expended by the brain goes to the creation and maintenance of membrane potentials of nerve and glial cells, as well as to the transport of substances through the

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A significant proportion of all the energy expended by the brain goes to the creation and maintenance of membrane potentials of nerve and glial cells, as well as to the transport of substances through the

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Decreased functional activity of the brain

Headache is pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, be isolated to a certain location, radiate across the head from one point, or have

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Headache is pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, be isolated to a certain location, radiate across the head from one point, or have

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Non-invasive methods for studying brain energy metabolism

Positron emission tomography (PET ) allows computer visualization of biochemical processes in the tissues of the body and is used in diagnostics and biomedical research. PET is most effectively used in the study of biochemical processes that

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Positron emission tomography (PET ) allows computer visualization of biochemical processes in the tissues of the body and is used in diagnostics and biomedical research. PET is most effectively used in the study of biochemical processes that

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI )

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI ) (also known as NMR spectroscopy) is based on computer mapping of the response of magnetic fields to short-term application of radio waves. MRI is informative for studying the structure and function of

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI ) (also known as NMR spectroscopy) is based on computer mapping of the response of magnetic fields to short-term application of radio waves. MRI is informative for studying the structure and function of

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