Issue Title
No 1.79 (2016) An Influence of Cerebrolysin on EEG-Parameters of Cerebrovascular Impairment in Patients with «Silent» Brain Infarcts Abstract
V.M. Mishchenko, I.M. Nikishkova
No 3.89 (2017) Evaluating the neurotrophic therapy of depression Abstract
N.O. Maruta, I.O. Yavdak, O.S. Cheredniakova
No 1.87 (2017) Use of Cerebrolysin for the treatment of posttraumatic dementia Abstract
V.N. Mishchenko
No 2.56 (2013) Effects of Cerebrolysin and its Significance Abstract
A.V. Savustyanenko
No 4.58 (2013) Clinical Efficacy of Neurotrophic Treatment in Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injuries Abstract
A.V. Savustyanenko
No 4.66 (2014) Neurotrophic Treatment of Depressions: Opportunities and Prospects Abstract
N.A. Maruta, I.A. Yavdak, Ye.S. Cherednyakova, O.S. Maruta
No 2.72 (2015) Features of Conservative Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury in the Acute and Long-Term Periods (Lecture) Abstract
M.F. Ivanova, S.K. Yevtushenko, I.S. Yevtushenko
No 3.73 (2015) Towards Cerebrolysin Efficacy in Patients with «Silent» Cerebral Infarctions Abstract
V.N. Mishchenko
No 4.74 (2015) Use of Cerebrolysin for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Dementia Abstract
V.N. Mishchenko
No 4.82 (2016) Comparative Evaluation of Clinical and Instrumental Parameters in Patients during the Recovery Period of Hemispheric Ischemic Stroke Treated with Basic Therapy in Combination with Cerebrolysin Abstract
I.A. Hryhorova, O.O. Heletka
No 2.80 (2016) Neurotrophic and Neuroplastic Aspects of Drug Therapy of Dementia Abstract
S.H. Burchinskyi
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