Applying modulated color signals with acute craniocerebral trauma
AUTHORS : Galanova L.K. | Mamonov V.V.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Center for Medical Prevention, City BC No. 5 “MedVAZ”, Togliatti, Russia
YEAR : 2000 | Category : Method of treatment
With a concussion of the brain (SHM), changes are detected only at the cellular and subcellular levels (perinuclear tregolysis, eccentric position of nuclei, swelling of neurofibrils, etc., damage to cell membranes, mitochondria, and other organelles). Clinically, SHM is a single functionally reversible form (without division into degrees), characterized by the shutdown of consciousness with a duration of several seconds to several minutes. Loss of memory of events for a short period of time, nausea and vomiting may be detected.