Features of endocrine and immune status in adolescents with vegetative dystonia syndrome
Keywords:adolescents, dystonia, endocrine status, immune, nervous system, perinatal pathology, syndrome
An assessment of the immune and endocrine statuses of 243 adolescents of puberty with vegetative dystonia syndrome (VDS), who were examined in the Youth Center of Tashkent city, was carried out, depending on gender and the presence of perinatal pathology of the nervous system (PPS) in the anamnesis. The features of hormonal regulation in adolescents with SVD with a history of PPNS were established, contributing to the progression of SVD, atherial hypertension, a high frequency of psychosomatic disorders, violations of the physical and sexual development of adolescents. The revealed changes indicate a high tension of the adaptive homeostatic mechanisms in SVD against the background of PPNS.
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