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A total of 282 patients with CCI of I and II stages were studied against the background of Hypertension (HD) and Atherosclerosis (ATH) or their combination, in the period from 2015 to 2018. Among the studied there were 134 (47.5%) men and 148 (52.5%) women aged 50 to 76 years (average age 54.7 ± 5.1 years). All patients were divided into groups depending on the presence of cerebral venous dysfunction (VCD). All patients underwent a standard neurological examination. The initial integrative assessment of the mental status of our patients was carried out using the generally accepted MMSE scale and the 10-word technique according to A.R. Luria to assess the state of auditory memory for words, fatigue, attention activity, memorization Along with clinical and neurological studies, in addition to EEG recording, studies of cognitive evoked potentials (P300) were included in the block of studies.