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    Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of neurological morbidity, disability and mortality in all age groups of the population. As a result of the general increase in the number of cases of brain injuries, there is a significant increase in the consequences of TBI, the dominant part of which is asthenic, vegetative, cognitive, emotional and liquorodynamic disorders. Therapeutic measures in the long-term period of TBI should be carried out intensively as in the first 12 months. after TBI, and in the future, considering the ongoing processes of morphofunctional maturation of the CNS and high brain plasticity, especially in childhood. Syndromic treatment should be differentiated and pathogenetically substantiated. The article covers in detail the modern methods of drug therapy in patients with remote residual effects of brain injury. The high efficiency of the use of the neuroprotective drug Cortexin in the correction of the consequences of TBI was shown.


    E Yu Solovieva, A N Karneev, I P Amelina. Treatment of diseases with consequences of traumatic brain injury]. Zhurnal nevrologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova. 2023;123(3):26-33

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