Eduard E. Rostorguev

In order to evaluate the vegetative regulation of blood circulation and assess individual health risks under conditions of the 520…

The aim of this article is a comprehensive review of the publications during the last decade in order to evaluate…

Leonardo da Vinci perhaps was the first who paid attention to the energetic efficiency of existence of vortices emerging near…

The paper presents a brief review on how some concepts on the organism general adaptational reactions developed, including their role…

Eduard E. Rostorguev

The world scientific literature is rich in sources considering pathological changes in the central nervous system (CNS) in case of tumor growth. The topical issue is the study of mechanisms providing a stable performance of the brain as the highest section of nervous system which largely predetermine the oncology patients life quality.

The aim of our studies was to discover responses of the membrane systems in neurons and cardiomyocytes as well as mechanisms of influences and effects produced by the broadband-spectrum stochastic electromagnetic radiation (BBSS EMR) on them according to data on membrane potential (MP) levels and action potential (AP) parameters obtained by us.

Breast cancer (BC) takes a leading position among all malignant neoplasms in women. One of the critical aspects of the radical treatment of BC is the development of post-castration syndrome (PCS) in patients of reproductive age, who as a rule reach physiological, social and professional maturity, competence and status in the period up to 45 years of age.

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