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aiotkina .V., Chistyakova S.V., uvyrkova O.I.
THE RESULTS OF COMPLEX TREATMENT OF OCULAR ISCHEMIC SYNDROME [№ 12 ' 2015]
Ocular ischemic syndrome is one of the most difficult to treat pathological conditions of the eye with steadily progressive vision loss and a significant decline in the life quality of patients, especially in the elderly, leading to permanent disability. Often the main background of the disease with ocular ischemic syndrome is a chronic cerebrovascular pathology. In recent years there has been growth in ischemic diseases of the eye, which is associated with the spread of atherosclerosis, hypertension, coronary heart disease, diabetes, and cervical osteochondrosis. The article analyzes the results of complex treatment of patients with ocular ischemic syndrome. Among them were patients with open-angle compensated glaucoma, retinal degeneration, subatrophy of the optic nerve, age-related macular degeneration, nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy. Most patients were chronic cerebrovascular, cardiovascular, bronchopulmonary pathology. The control group received the standard neuroprotectors and angioprotectors, antioxidants and trophic preparations. In the main group in addition to standard treatment was prescribed nasal drops Semax 0,1% (3times a day for 20days). The duration of treatment was 20days. Treatment courses were repeated every 3–6months. Comparative evaluation of treatment efficiency was carried out according to visometry and perimetry. In the intranasal use of drops Semax uncorrected visual acuity increased 1.7times (from0.18 to0.32), corrected visual acuity increased 3.1times (from0.19 to0.59). Field of vision increased by 10–15 degrees. Almost all patients of the main group (96%) reported subjective improvement of vision, improving overall health, mood, increase concentration, improve memory, reduce irritability.

Chistyakova S.V., iotkina E.V.
MODERN OPHTHALMODIAGNOSIS POSSIBLE EARLY MANIFESTATIONS OF HYPERPROLACTINEMIA IN WOMEN [№ 12 ' 2015]
It is generally recognized that a sign of hyperprolactinemia (GPRL), is to increase the levels of the hormone prolactin (PRL). There is a dissonance between the level of PRL in the serum and the severity of ocular manifestations, and significantly complicates early diagnosis and prognosis of the disease. Given the nature of the location of the intracranial optic nerves, crossed them in the chiasm and settling near the pituitary gland, so functional and organic changes may affect the functions of the visual analyzer. A total of 82women (164eyes) aged from16 to 36years old, the average age was 26,1±2,3 years. A survey of patients included: clinical, gynecological, ophthalmological examinations. According to the results of computer Humphrey perimetry reduction of the threshold of sensitivity in the upper-nasal areas identified in10 (12.2%) women, bitemporal hemianopsia in71 (86.5%) cases, unilateral temporal decrease— in1 (1.3%) case. When Goldmann perimetry no patient showed no limitation of the visual fields. When R-graphy sella retrosellyarnoe calcification was detected in3 (3.6%) women. When CTG and MRI of the brain revealed— prolactinoma in22 (26.8%), external hydrocephalus— in7 (8.5%) cases. In 15women were diagnosed with hypothalamic-pituitary syndrome, which in7 (8.5%) cases accompanied by changes in thyroid function. Treatment of hormone imbalance to assign the drug Dostinex (intended gynecologist). It was found that patients with hyperprolactinemia most significant finding— Humphrey perimetry. In 86.4% of cases it was found to decrease in retinal sensitivity characteristic that has made the highest accuracy of the method compared to the R-graphy sella (13.6%). The important symptoms of pituitary prolactinomas are the progression of myopia in the age> 20years (27.3%), the presence of the syndrome of "dry eye" (100% of patients). Modern ophthalmologic diagnosis of hyperprolactinemia is the earliest diagnostic criteria to identify and follow-up.

Scherbakov A.V., Chistyakova M.V., Rakhmankulova Z.F., Usmanov I.Yu.
ECOLOGICAL-BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF PLASTICITY OF FLAVONOID STRUCTURE OF COSSACK JUNIPER JUNUPERUS SABINA L. IN CONDITIONS OF SOUTH URAL [№ 6 ' 2009]

Chistyakova E.A.
ORGANIZATION OF INDEXES MONITORING, CHARACTERIZED PURCHASE FOR STATE NEEDS [№ 8 ' 2005]
This article is devoted to the information analysis about state purchases volume, which can be the base for control under budgetary funds managers activity, and also it cab be used for optimization of customers activity at goods orders arrangements for state needs.

Denisov V.T., Chistyakova E.A.
FEATURES OF THE PURCHASE WAY FROM THE UNIQUE SOURCE AT PLACEMENT OF ORDER FOR THE STATE NEEDS [№ 4 ' 2005]
In the article the purchase way is examined from a unique source at which the customer directs the offer on the conclusion of the contract only to one supplier. The order of the coordination of purchase is considered, the qualifying standards are described of the Ministry of Economic Development to references of the state customers about the coordination of purchase, the approach is shown to drawing up of substantiations and documentary confirmations of necessity of purchase from a unique source. Authors offer the recommendations for questions of the coordination of a way of purchases in the bodies, authorized to carry out the control and coordination of the state purchases.


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