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[The clinico-electrophysiological assessment of the efficacy of microwave resonance therapy in the rehabilitative treatment of patients with cerebral palsy in the form of spastic diplegia]
As indicated by EEG and EMG data, adjuvant microwave resonance therapy included in the complex of routine aftertreatment of 24 children with spastic diplegia improved therapeutic efficacy and promoted positive trends in the patient's condition of 63% of those treated. The changes in ENMG parameters induced by microwave resonance therapy reflect shifts in the function of peripheral neuromotor system via optimisation of suprasegmental effects.