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Постинсультные нарушения речи: современные подходы к терапии афазий

https://doi.org/10.37586/2686-8636-3-2020-225-235

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В обзоре обсуждаются последние достижения нейробиологических исследований, вопросы терапии постинсультных нарушений речи и совершенствование ведения пациентов. Представлены данные об эффективности методов транскраниальной магнитной и электрической стимуляции головного мозга в отношении восстановления речевых функций при афазии. Рассматриваются возможности и перспективы клеточной терапии постинсультных речевых нарушений.

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Н. Н. Коберская
Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова (Сеченовский университет), кафедра нервных болезней и нейрохирургии Института клинической медицины; РНИМУ им. Н.И. Пирогова Минздрава России, Российский геронтологический научно-клинический центр
Россия

Коберская Надежда Николаевна - кандидат медицинских наук, ассистент кафедры нервных болезней и нейрохирургии им. Н.В. Склифосовского ФГАОУ ВО Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова Минздрава России (Сеченовский университет), старший научный сотрудник ФГАОУ ВО РНИМУ им. Н.И. Пирогова Минздрава России, Российский геронтологический научно-клинический центр.

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Коберская Н.Н. Постинсультные нарушения речи: современные подходы к терапии афазий. Российский журнал гериатрической медицины. 2020;(3):225-235. https://doi.org/10.37586/2686-8636-3-2020-225-235

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Koberskaya N.N. Post-stroke speech disorders: modern approaches to the treatment of aphasia. Russian Journal of Geriatric Medicine. 2020;(3):225-235. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.37586/2686-8636-3-2020-225-235

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