Development of modern concepts of the neurogenic nature of cardiac diseases

Written by Shvalev V.N., Reutov V.P., Rogoza A.N., Sergienko V.B., Ansheles A.A., Kovalev V.P.

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The review of modern ideas on the role of neurogenic factors in the age-related changes of the central and peripheral nervous system and development of cardiovascular diseases, mainly based on the native researches of the nervous apparatus of the heart and blood vessels during ontogeny in connection with an inception of the mediator stage of their development. Discussion of the clinical importance of the phenomenon of early involution of sympathetic nervous system in the development of cardiovascular disease. Presentation of the results of time-frequency spectral analysis of the cardiac rate data as well as data of researching the baroreflex regulation of blood pressure in case of hypertension. Under discussion also data related with the state of the nervous system during some forms of vascular disease, obtained by a new method of diagnostic with the use of neurotropic radiopharmaceuticals.

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V.N. Shvalev1, V.P. Reutov2, A.N. Rogoza1, V.B. Sergienko1, A.A. Ansheles1, V.P. Kovalev1
1 The A.L. Myasnikov Institute of Clinical Cardiology of the Cardiology Research and Production Complex MZ RF (15a, 3rdCherepkovskaya St. Moscow 121552 Russian Federation)
2 Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of RAS (IHNA&NPh RAS) (5a, 3rd Cherepkovskaya St. Moscow 117485 Russian Federation)

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