Jan 1, 1977

Changes in the nervous system of patients with acute occlusive processes in the subclavian artery system

Zhurnal nevropatologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova
F E GorbunovA N Seleznev


The report is concerned with clinico-electrophysiological studies of 36 patients with acute occlusional processes in the system of the subclavian artery. The causes of acute occlusions were mainly cardiac disorders and anomalies in the development of bone-muscular systems in the upper apperture of the thorax. Diffucilties of diagnosis during the initial peroids can be explained by a prevalence of symptoms of irritation with wide zones of distribution of pain and acroparesthesia. The amount of supplementary methods of studies, including angiography, predetermine the second period which is characterized by symptoms of desintegration of the peripheral nervous system functions and typical signs of arterial ischemia. An early detection of causes of acute arterial ischemia is a basis for determining the level and volume of surgical operations and measures leading to the restitution of functions of the peripheral nervous system.

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Surface Electromyography
Entire Subclavian Artery
Congenital Neurologic Anomalies
Entire Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Acute Disease
Painful Paresthesias
Nervous System Structure
Structure of Subclavian Artery

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