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Обозрение психиатрии и медицинской психологии имени В.М.Бехтерева

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Перспективность применения нелинейной стимуляционной терапии в лечении травматических повреждений головного мозга и поддержании когнитивных функций у пожилых лиц

https://doi.org/10.31363/2313-7053-2018-2-36-43

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Когнитивное снижение характеризует нормальное физиологическое старение и усугубляется при развитии связанной с возрастом нейродегенеративной патологии и травматическом повреждении головного мозга. В обзоре анализируются широко дискутируемые в научной литературе немедикаментозные методы реабилитации пациентов с ЧМТ и пожилых лиц, страдающих от когнитивного снижения, включая парадигму обогащения среды, когнитивные и физические тренировки, различные виды стимуляционной терапии и их недостатки. Отдельное внимание уделено преимуществам фрактальной стимуляции головного мозга сложноструктурированными оптическими сигналами и сенсорными стимулами другой модальности. Предполагается, что использование новых подходов к нейрореабилитации, повышающих потенциал нейропластичности, также позволит усилить терапевтическое и обучающее воздействие любых других методов тренировок и лечения головного мозга.

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Марина Владимировна Зуева
ФГБУ «Московский НИИ глазных болезней им. Гельмгольца» Минздрава России
Россия
доктор биологических наук, профессор, начальник отдела клинической физиологии зрения



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Зуева М.В. Перспективность применения нелинейной стимуляционной терапии в лечении травматических повреждений головного мозга и поддержании когнитивных функций у пожилых лиц. Обозрение психиатрии и медицинской психологии имени В.М.Бехтерева. 2018;(2):36-43. https://doi.org/10.31363/2313-7053-2018-2-36-43

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Zueva M.V. Perspective of application of nonlinear stimulation therapy in the treatment of traumatic brain injuries and maintenance of cognitive functions in the elderly. V.M. BEKHTEREV REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY AND MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 2018;(2):36-43. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.31363/2313-7053-2018-2-36-43

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