Do people with recent mild traumatic brain injury have… anoxic encephalopathy

Great to see this direction in your research! The only comment I would make to your query is that injury to the insular cortex and cerebellum often is a consequence to TBI, partially directly through indirect perfusion changes by middle cerebral artery alterations to injury, partially through direct trauma to the lateral skull, and to the cerebellum, from direct trauma, including damage to projecting fibers from the trauma. Those areas are especially affected by chronic irritants, such as hypoxia from obstructive sleep apnea, perhaps operating through alterations in the blood brain barrier caused by OSA.

The right insula is badly hit in OSA and heart failure. Momentary changes in the BBB should not be overlooked in acute injury as well.Anoxic encephalopathy the reason the insula is important is, of course, the significant role that it plays in regulating the baroreflex and heart rate, well documented by oppenheimer, henderson, and ourselves. Stroke injury to the right insula is typically followed by myocardial infarctions two weeks later, probably as a consequence of increased sympathetic tone. The cerebellar role is also important for transient changes to heart rate, because of its dampening role in modulating blood pressure through its fastigial nuclei; the incredible sensitivity of the cerebellar purkinje neurons and the climbing fibers to injury have substantial potential to modify overall sympathetic tone, and thus, heart rate. That area also possesses substantial plasticity, so that recovery is eminently possible.Anoxic encephalopathy A very complex story, and a very interesting one.

[show abstract] [hide abstract] ABSTRACT: introduction. The article presents the results of studying the relationship between the indices of the heart rate variability (HRV) and emotional intelligence (EI) in children. The purpose of this article is to investigate the peculiarities of heart rate regulation of primary schoolchildren with different levels of emotional intelligence, since the significance of revealing the relationship between HRV parameters and the level of EI in 7–8-year-old children is due to both the individualization of the learning process, on the one hand, and the need to preserve children’s health, on the other. The peculiarities of heart rate regulation reflect the specificity of adaptation to changing conditions.Anoxic encephalopathy the analysis of the relationship between HRV and EI of children makes it possible to detect the specificity of heart rate regulation associated with emotional activity and on this basis to predict the features of adaptation to primary schooling. Materials and methods. 150 primary schoolchildren were included in this study. The research methods included methods of measuring emotional intelligence (emotional pictogram, complete the drawing: the world of things – the world of people – the world of emotions, three wishes). The HRV study was carried out by means of the OMEGA-M software and hardware system. Results. The research findings revealed that the level of emotional intelligence affects the heart rate regulation of primary schoolchildren.Anoxic encephalopathy the participants demonstrated average and high levels of emotional intelligence. It is shown that the higher the emotional intelligence, the higher are the activity parameters of the parasympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system and the more accurately heart rate variability reflects the emotional characteristics of the situation. Conclusions. The author concludes that emotional intelligence is a parameter of the internal emotional state regulation and the higher the level of EI the more effective is the vegetative heart rate regulation in the situation of emotional stress. Based on the obtained results, the importance of the EI parameter in the regulation of physiological and psychological features is emphasize, as it reflects the child’s ability to assess the significance of the emotional situation, which contributes to effective planning of one’s own behavior, and effective adaptation in emotional conditions.Anoxic encephalopathy