Diagnosis of Violations of Microcirculation in the Late Recovery Period after Thrombosis of Cerebral Vessels
There is no objection that many pathological manifestations after thrombosis of cerebral vessels are associated in many respects with microcirculation disorders. These dysfunctions of microcirculation on the side of the lesion in patients are increasingly considered a point of influence for the recovery of this contingent of patients. In this connection, it is required to clarify the state of microcirculation in post-stroke patients at the late stage of their rehabilitation. In the article, the state of microcirculation in patients was clarified 7 months after the stroke. It was found that the deterioration of microcirculation processes is very typical for this contingent of patients, especially on the paretic side. Apparently, improvement in the state of motor function in patients after thrombosis of cerebral vessels is associated with increased microcirculation in affected limbs and in healthy limbs. The disturbances of microcirculation persisting in patients give grounds to recommend such a combination of drug treatment and nonmedicamentous effects in the late stages of recovery, using the latter particularly actively on the affected side.