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Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science

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1 Problem of Cognitive Rehabilitation of Patients with Neurosurgical Pathology of the Brain , Ivanova NE*, Efimova M Yu, Makarov AO, Tereshin AE, Karyagina MV, Reshetnic DA and Ivanov A Yu
The problem of diagnosis and treatment of cognitive impairment - one of the actual problems of neurorehabilitation after neurological and neurosurgical diseases.Neurosurgical diseases of the brain (brain injury, neuro-oncology, cerebrovascular pathology) are the most important cause of disability in the population of developed countries, leading not only to paresis, hypesthesia, discoordination, but also cognitive disorders. The role of ageing in the formation of cognitive deficiency in focal brain lesions has not been definitively determined yet.
2 Problem of Cognitive Rehabilitation of Patients with Neurosurgical Pathology of the Brain , Ivanova NE*, Efimova M Yu, Makarov AO, Tereshin AE, Karyagina MV, Reshetnic DA and Ivanov A Yu
The problem of diagnosis and treatment of cognitive impairment - one of the actual problems of neurorehabilitation after neurological and neurosurgical diseases.Neurosurgical diseases of the brain (brain injury, neuro-oncology, cerebrovascular pathology) are the most important cause of disability in the population of developed countries, leading not only to paresis, hypesthesia, discoordination, but also cognitive disorders. The role of ageing in the formation of cognitive deficiency in focal brain lesions has not been definitively determined yet.
3 Cyanotoxin Threats to Animals , Jian Yuan*
Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, are a group of photoautotrophic prokaryotes that grow in various habitats mainly freshwater all over the earth due to their strong adaptability to different environments. They can proliferate explosively and outgrow other freshwater microalgae once their optimal growth requirements are met such as enough nutrients and sunlight radiation, and warm weather. Their drastic proliferation always leads to a natural ecological disaster called cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Bloom (cyanoHAB), in which the culpable cyanobacteria are dominant in primary producer communities. CyanoHABs can exhaust key nutrients for other microalgae and thus inhibit their growth, and bacterial decomposition of excessive dead cyanobacterial cells can massively consume dissolved oxygen, creating deadly hypoxic (low oxygen) environment to aquatic organisms.