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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Cerebral & Nervous System

Cerebral Arteries

Brain Asymmetry

Reduction of Beta Waves

Neurotransmission Speed

Epileptic Attacks

Epileptic Attacks

Degree of Amnesia

Epilepsy Treatment

Epileptic Attacks

Brain Asymmetry

Haemodynamic

 

 






Improvement of the Individual Profile of the Functional Brain Asymmetry in Women under Vacuum Aspiration





Under investigation were 32 women
in two groups:
  1. an experimental group of 19 patients at the age of 20-37, who listened to Medi­cal Resonance Therapy Music® before, during and after the operation and did not receive any medication

  2. and a control group of 13 women who did not listen to MRT-Music® but were treated with spasmolytica and narcotics instead.

Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

In 55,5% of the patients we could see a posi­tive dynamic, in 11,1% a negative dynamic. In 33,4% no essential change could be ob­served.

The positive dynamic was predominantly char­ac­ter­ized by the complete disappearance or by a reduction of the inversions of such co­ef­fi­cients of brain asymmetry, which accompany severe functional disorders and were ob­served by us in different forms of brain pa­thol­ogy.

In one woman a negative dynamic was reg­is­tered where the difference in such asymmetry values increased which are responsible for a slight functional disorder.




Control Group


In 36,4% we could see a positive dynamic, in 53,5% a negative dynamic. 11,1% women re­mained without essential changes.
A decrease of inversions of such coefficients of brain asymmetry, which accompany severe functional disturbances and were observed by us in different forms of brain pathology, could only be registered in one woman, although also in this case no complete normalization took place.

The negative dynamic expressed in two dif­fer­ent ways:
  1. as inversion degeneration of the
    coefficients of brain asymmetry and

  2. as increase of differences in the
    asymmetry values of the brain.




 

Investigators:

Prof. Dr. med. W. Sidorenko
Dr. med. Tatjana Teterkina
Dr. med. A. Fedulow
Dr. med. T. Sigalowa
Dr. med. S. Zarewa
Dr. med. Klepazkaja
Dr. med. A. Wassiljewa




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