Viliuisk

Viliuisk

 

a city; administrative center of Viliuisk Raion, Yakut ASSR. Harbor on the right bank of the Viliui River (a tributary of the Lena); 610 km northwest of Yakutsk. Population, 6,700 (1969). Viliuisk has a pedagogical school and a museum of local lore. The city was founded in 1634. From 1872 to 1883, N. G. Chernyshevskii lived in exile in Viliuisk. There is livestock breeding as well as the fur trade in the raion. Deposits of natural gas have been discovered here.

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Family clustering of Viliuisk encephalomyelitis in traditional and new geographic regions.
Pediatric, Neuroepidemiological, Endocrinological, and Microbiological Studies on Congenital reduction Deformities in the New Hebrides; Pseudohypertrophic Muscular Dystrophy Duchenne) in West New Britain, Kuru in the Eastern Highlands, and Male Pseudohermaphroditism among the Anga in Papua New Guinea; Muscular Dystrophy in the Sentani Lake Population, ALS/PD Complex among the Lowland Auyu And Jakai, and Goiter among the Highland Eipomek and Cysticercosis with Epidemic Epilepsy and Burns in the Ekari Population of Wissel Lakes of West New Guinea; and Viliuisk Encephalitis in lakut of Siberia and travels in Fiji, Solomon Islands, Sulawesi, Bali, Java, Singapore, Malaysia, the Soviet Union, Germany, Switzerland and France.
Viliuisk encephalomyelitis is an acute, often fatal, meningoencephalitis that tends to develop into a prolonged chronically progressive panencephalitis.
Viliuisk encephalomyelitis (VE) is clinically and pathologically defined as an acute meningoencephalitis that progresses to a more prolonged panencephalitic syndrome (1-3).
VE patients were identified by physicians from neurology services established in the 1950s in Viliuisk (1,3) and Yakutsk (6).
Viliuisk encephalitis (encephalomyelitis) [in Russian].
Pathomorphology of the central nervous system in Viliuisk encephalomyelitis.
Viliuisk encephalomyelitis--review of the spectrum of pathological changes.
Viliuisk encephalomyelitis in the Iakut population of Siberia.
Relationship of hereditary and environmental factors in the etiology of Viliuisk encephalomyelitis.
Clinical characterization and histopathology of Viliuisk encephalomyelitis [in Russian].
Catalogue of cases of Viliuisk encephalomyelitis studied in Iakutia, 1967-1975.