Dmitrii Sadchikov, Aleksandr Kuligin, Marina Slonova


All the causes of the brain damage can be divided into two groups: those of the primary metabolic nature and those of the primary perfusion nature; this is confirmed by the character of developing pathogenic changes. Therefore one of the mechanisms of pathogenesis of formation of coma is violation of the perfusion-metabolic interactions in the brain, which is developing in patients with the central nervous system injury regardless of the genesis.

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