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- Exacerbated vasculitis: capillaritis, phlebitis, arteristis (treatment with fetal stem cells is possible after at least three months of remission).
- Acute thrombosis (treatment is possible not earlier than 3-6 months after exacerbation).
- Acute hemophthalmia (after 3 months).
- Expressed pulmonary hypertension secondary to vasculitis, thrombosis, pneumonia, development of acute or subacute pulmonary heart.
- Terminal stage of the disease (expressed intoxication, advanced metabolic dysfunctions and decompensation of internal organs).
- Acute myocardial infraction (treatment is possible when a patient can be transported, when troponin level is normalized)
- Unstable angina (treatment is possible only after reperfusion of any origin)
- Pulmonary embolism
- Recurrence of chronic pulmonary embolism
- Increased blood pressure at erythremia
- Acute myocarditis
- Acute pericarditis
- Acute endocarditis
- Acute cerebrovascular disease of hemorrhagic type, including subarachnoid hemorrhage, acute period of 4 to 6 months.
- Acute cerebrovascular disease of ischemic type, the most acute period of up to 9 days.
- Acute viral encephalitis, meningitis.
- Multiple sclerosis in the acute stage (treatment should not be carried out in the acute period).
- Spinal injury (therapy is possible 2 to 3 months after the injury, provided the patient can be transported).
- Inflammatory diseases of the nervous system in the acute stage.
- Epilepsy (treatment is possible in a controlled course of the disease, an established anticonvulsant therapy).
- Spastic syndrome of any etiology (treatment is possible in a controlled course of the disease, an established anticonvulsant therapy).