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BIORESONANCE THERAPY

Gotovskiy M. Yu., Perov Yu. F., Chernetsova L. V.
BIORESONANCE THERAPY. 2nd ed., Moscow,
Russian Federation: IMEDIS; 2010.

Title of the Russian edition:
Translator: M. Gotovskiy, Moscow, Russian Federation
English text edited and proof read by A.J. Scott-Morley, Poole, UK
2010 Center for Intellectual Medical Systems IMEDIS
Krasnokazarmennaya str., 13 bld. 1, Moscow,
111250, Russian Federation
ISBN 9785873590902

Preface to English edition

This book is an authorized and completely revised translation of the Russian edition published and copyrighted 2010 by Imedis publishing, Moscow, Russian Federation. Two years passed after the first edition of the book, which aroused great interest among specialists. During this time, considerable experience in effective use of bioresonance therapy in clinical practice has been accumulated. The second edition describes a wider number of issues relating to the practical application of exogenous bioresonance therapy, provides information on equipment for bioresonance therapy, the technology for its application in the treatment process, methods of preparation of bioresonance preparations. Besides substantially revised and supplemented with new information, is 2nd chapter on the clinical application of bioresonance therapy. The new edition takes into account suggestions and criticisms that were made of the previous edition of the book. The authors hope that the book will be useful for physicians of all specialties that use in their practice the method of bioresonance therapy. The authors gratefully take all comments and suggestions relating to the new edition of the book.

Table of contents

  • Preface to English edition.......................................................... 3
  • List of Abbreviations................................................................. 4
  • Introduction..........................................................................10
  • CHAPTER 1. The theoretical foundations of bioresonance therapy
    • 1. The Mechanisms of therapeutic action of the bioresonance therapy....14
    • 1.1. Basic Principles of bioresonance therapy...............................14
    • 1.2. Electromagnetic interaction and bioresonance therapy. ............16
      • 1.2.1. Existing concepts of bioresonance therapy................................................16
      • 1.2.2. Electric and magnetic fields of humans and their role in bioresonance therapy................................................................20
    • 1.3. Biophysical mechanisms of bioresonance therapy....................27
      • 1.3.1. Stochastic synchronization and stochastic resonance ...............................28
      • 1.3.2. Ion cyclotron resonance..........................................................................31
      • 1.3.3. Magnetoacoustic resonance....................................................................33
    • 1.4. Bioresonance therapy as adaptive biofeedback.......................35
    • 1.5. The mechanisms of therapeutic action of the exogenous bioresonance therapy.......................................36
  • CHAPTER 2. Clinical application of bioresonance therapy.................46
    • 2.1. Foundations of clinical application of bioresonance therapy........46
      • 2.1.1. Endogenous bioresonance therapy..........................................................47
      • 2.1.2. Exogenous bioresonance therapy............................................................51
    • 2.2. Application of BRT method in therapy of infectious diseases.......54
      • Amebiasis..................................................................................................55
      • Ancylostomiasis..........................................................................................55
      • Ascariasis ..................................................................................................55
      • Aspergillosis...............................................................................................56
      • Cestodoses................................................................................................56
      • Cladosporiosis...........................................................................................56
      • Dirofilariosis...............................................................................................57
      • Echinococcosis..........................................................................................57
      • Enterobiosis...............................................................................................57
      • Fascioliasis................................................................................................57
      • Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome .......................................................58
      • Herpesviral infection...................................................................................58
      • HIV-infection..............................................................................................59
      • Lambliasis..................................................................................................59
      • Malaria (cerebral form)...............................................................................60
      • Mycoses....................................................................................................60
      • Onychomycosis..........................................................................................60
      • Opisthorchiasis..........................................................................................61
      • Oral candidiasis, cheilitis.............................................................................61
      • Paragonimiasis...........................................................................................62
      • Schistosomiasis.........................................................................................62
      • Strongyloides stercoralis.............................................................................62
      • Toxoplasmosis...........................................................................................62
      • Tuberculosis..............................................................................................63
      • Viral hepatitis A, B, C...................................................................................63
    • 2.3. Neoplasms......................................................................76
      • Fibromyoma...............................................................................................76
      • Larynx papillomatosis..................................................................................76
      • Mastopathy................................................................................................76
    • 2.4. Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs and certain disorders involving the immune mechanism...................80
      • Erythremia (polycythemia)...........................................................................80
    • 2.5. Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases.........................82
      • Autoimmune thyroiditis................................................................................82
      • Diabetes mellitus........................................................................................82
      • Diffuse euthyroid goiter...............................................................................83
      • Nodular goiter............................................................................................83
      • Obesity......................................................................................................83
      • Stunting.....................................................................................................84
    • 2.6. Mental and behavioural disorders.........................................90
      • Chronic alcoholism.....................................................................................90
      • Delay of mental development with a syndrome of a social disadaptation..........91
      • Facial tic....................................................................................................91
      • Nervous tic.................................................................................................91
      • Neurasthenia..............................................................................................92
      • Opium (heroin) withdrawal ..........................................................................92
      • Phobia condition.........................................................................................92
      • Psychovegetative disturbances of older age.................................................92
      • Situational (reactive) depression..................................................................93
      • Speech disturbances, children ....................................................................93
      • Tobacco dependence.................................................................................93
    • 2.7. Diseases of the nervous system. ........................................ 106
      • Consequences of compression fracture of a vertebra with spinal cord damage, lower flaccid paraparesis.................. 107
      • Consequences of craniocerebral traumas.................................................. 107
      • Consequences of perinatal encephalopathy............................................... 108
      • Contracture of a facial nerve...................................................................... 109
      • Discirculatory encephalopathy................................................................... 109
      • Disseminated sclerosis............................................................................. 109
      • Headaches............................................................................................... 110
      • Ischemic stroke, acute stage..................................................................... 110
      • Lateral amyotrophic sclerosis (generalized form, progreduated course)....... 111
      • Neuritis of the peripheral nerve.................................................................. 111
      • Neurofibroma of ulnar nerve...................................................................... 111
      • Neurological diseases of maxillofacial area (neuralgia, neuritis, Burning mouth syndrome, etc.)....................................... 111
      • Night enuresis (children, teenager)............................................................ 111
      • Parkinsonism (vascular and intoxication etiology)........................................ 112
      • Phantom-limb pains.................................................................................. 112
      • Posttraumatic epilepsy.............................................................................. 112
      • Radial nerve neurinoma, spastic paresis of hand......................................... 113
      • Vegeto-visceral paroxysms........................................................................ 113
      • Vertebro-basilar insufficiency ................................................................... 113
    • 2.8. Diseases of the eye and adnexa.......................................... 122
      • Amblyopia................................................................................................122
      • Anomaly of a refraction (short-sightedness, hyperopia, astigmatism, cyclospasm)...........................122
      • Dry keratoconjunctivitis............................................................................. 123
      • Glaucoma, pigmental retinitis.................................................................... 123
      • Multiple sclerosis with visual disturbances..................................................124
      • Pathology of the retina and vascular layer of eye (hereditary ambliotrofiya,
      • diabetic retinopathy, the risk of retinal detachment) ....................................124
      • Posttraumatic ophthalmia.......................................................................... 125
      • Traumatic atrophy of an optic nerve........................................................... 125
      • Viral conjunctivitis..................................................................................... 125
    • 2.9. Diseases of the ear and mastoid process.............................. 130
      • Chronic otitis............................................................................................ 130
      • Cochlear neuritis...................................................................................... 130
    • 2.10. Diseases of the circulatory system.................................... 134
      • Hypertonic disease................................................................................... 134
      • Ischemic heart disease, arrhythmias.......................................................... 134
    • 2.11. Diseases of the respiratory system.................................... 138
      • Acute bronchitis....................................................................................... 139
      • Allergic rhinitis.......................................................................................... 139
      • Bronchial asthma...................................................................................... 139
      • Chronic sinusitis.......................................................................................140
      • Chronic tonsillitis......................................................................................140
      • Often and long-term ill children.................................................................. 141
      • Pollinosis................................................................................................. 141
      • Polypous rhinosinusitis.............................................................................. 141
    • 2.12. Diseases of the digestive system...................................... 146
      • Biliary dyskinesia...................................................................................... 146
      • Burning mouth syndrome.......................................................................... 146
      • Chronic cholecystitis................................................................................. 146
      • Dysbacteriosis.......................................................................................... 147
      • Enterocolitis............................................................................................. 147
      • Food Allergies (pseudo- and true).............................................................. 147
      • Gastroduodenitis acute, chronic................................................................148
      • Gastroduodenitis erosive-ulcerous.............................................................148
      • Glossalgia................................................................................................148
      • Pancreatitis acute, chronic........................................................................ 149
      • Peptic ulcer, esophagus erosion................................................................ 149
      • Periodontitis............................................................................................. 149
      • Persistent hepatitis................................................................................... 150
    • 2.13. Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue...................... 158
      • Acne........................................................................................................ 158
      • Allergic contact dermatitis......................................................................... 158
      • Alopecia (androgenic)............................................................................... 159
      • Atopic dermatitis...................................................................................... 159
      • Cicatrixes (after plastic surgery)................................................................ 160
      • Condylomas on genitals............................................................................ 160
      • Eczema of palms, professional.................................................................. 160
      • Multiple rod corns..................................................................................... 160
      • Papulosquamous disorders (warts, papillomas), epidermal thickenings (birthmark).............................................................. 160
      • Pityriasis rosea......................................................................................... 161
      • Psoriasis.................................................................................................. 161
    • 2.14. Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue 166
      • Chronic diseases of joints and spine........................................................... 167
      • Low back pain.......................................................................................... 167
      • Nonspecific muscular syndromes (myositis, myalgia, myofibrosis, myofascitis, muscular rheumatic disease, painful muscular induration, Fibromyalgia, myofascial trigger points, myofibrosis, neurofibrosis).................................. 168
      • Osteomyelitis acute, chronic...................................................................... 168
      • Polyarthrites of various genesis.................................................................. 169
      • Rhematoid polyarthritis............................................................................. 169
      • Spine osteochondrosis............................................................................. 169
    • 2.15. Diseases of the genitourinary system................................. 176
      • Bladder dysfunction.................................................................................. 177
      • Chronic glomerulonephritis with renal insufficiency..................................... 177
      • Chronic inflammatory diseases of appendages........................................... 177
      • Chronic urogenital infection....................................................................... 177
      • Cystitis interstitial (painful form)................................................................. 178
      • Disturbances of menstrual cycle................................................................ 178
      • Enuresis night in combination with infection of urinary tract.......................... 179
      • Herpes infectionof urogenital sphere.......................................................... 179
      • Hypermenorrhagia.................................................................................... 179
      • Hypomenstrual syndrome (hypomenorrhea, oligomenorrhea and opsomenorrhea).............................. 180
      • Kidney polycystosis.................................................................................. 180
      • Pathological climacterium......................................................................... 180
      • Potency lowered,absence of libido............................................................. 180
      • Prostatic hypertrophy................................................................................ 180
      • Prostatitis (chronic).................................................................................. 181
      • Pyelonephritis (chronic)............................................................................ 181
      • Sterility family........................................................................................... 181
      • Sterility female.........................................................................................182
      • Sterility male............................................................................................182
      • Urolithiasis...............................................................................................182
    • 2.16. Pregnancy and childbirth................................................ 192
      • Genital herpes of pregnant women and women in childbirth......................... 193
      • Gestosis.................................................................................................. 193
      • Hypogalactia............................................................................................ 193
      • Obstetric postnatal complications (uterus subinvolution, endomyometritis) .. 193
      • Placental insufficiency at pregnant women with complicated obstetric anamnesis........................................................ 193
    • 2.17. Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes...................... 198
      • Combustions, burn disease....................................................................... 199
      • Consequences of postoperational complications of abdominal cavity organs (after laparotomy) .................................................................................... 199
      • Craniocerebral trauma.............................................................................. 199
      • Gunshot wounds....................................................................................... 199
      • Local suppurative processes.....................................................................200
      • Posttraumatic rehabilitation of sportsmen (bruises, stretching of muscles and tendons with the subsequent development of tendovaginitis, myosites, longtime not resolving hematomas, fractures).............................................200
      • Techniques for neutralization of geopathogenic, radioactive, electromagnetic and mental stress...........................................200

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