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Cerebral hemodynamics in patients with neurosensory hearing loss before and after magnetotherapy [Russian]


Magnetotherapy effects on cerebral hemodynamics were studied using rheoencephalography (REG). When the treatment results and changes in cerebral hemodynamics were compared it was evident that normalization or improvement of vascular status in vertebrobasilar and carotid territories registered at REG results in better hearing. This confirms the role of vascular factor in pathogenesis of neurosensory hypoacusis of different etiology and effectiveness of magnetotherapy in such patients.
Vestn Otorinolaringol 2001;(4):10-2
Morenko VM, Enin IP.

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