Oligophrenic Children with Disturbance of the Balance between the Fundamental Nervous Processes, with Excitation Predominating over Inhibition
The specific feature of the pathogenesis of this form of oligophrenia is the presence of a disturbance of the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid in a late stage of the disease. The presence of this additional pathogenic factor leads to specific changes in the cortical neurodynamics, and these, in turn, are responsible for the appearance of a number of additional symptoms in the clinical picture, namely changes in behavior and a decrease in work capacity.
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