New possibilities of cortico-visceral bioresonance diagnostics and therapy
AUTHORS : Ivanchenko V.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Institute of Natural Medicine, New York, USA; Medical center “Pulse”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Educational
In the 50s of the XX century, the theory of cortico-visceral pathology proposed by Academician K. Bykov and T. Kurtsin became widespread in the Soviet Union. She attached decisive importance in the development of most diseases of the cerebral cortex. However, as long-term sleep therapy proposed on its basis did not lead to good results, it was forgotten. Later, the participation of the psyche was proven for the pathogenesis of the so-called psychosomatic diseases:
hypertension, hypotonic illness, neuroses of internal organs, angina pectoris, etc. In recent years, the presence in the cerebral cortex of the higher centers of many body functions (speech, movement, vision, hearing) has been established, and it is assumed that there are centers of emotions, feelings, and even cortical representation of internal organs and autonomic functions. Several conflicting topographic maps have been published. The concept of psychosomatics has expanded so much that even malignant tumors and infections are classified by some in this category (K. Simonton, S. Simonton, 1977; B. Kehler, 1999, etc.).