Clinical Neuroscience - 1951;4(03)

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 22, 1951

[Somatotopic localization and neurogenesis]

SZENTÁGOTHAI János

[Anyone who studies the structure of the nervous system and its development in some depth must ask themselves what guides the developing nerve fibres to their seemingly predetermined destination. What drives them to interact with precisely defined tissue elements to form a highly complex yet perfectly designed network of the nervous system?]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 22, 1951

[Some unknown and rare symptoms of myasthenia gravis]

HERMAN E.

[The author reports 6 cases of myasthenia. It discusses the so-called intermittent myasthenic in-reflex, which has not been described before. Cites and analyses the pain sensation in myasthenia gravis. Describes and analyses muscle spasm in myasthenia gravis.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 22, 1951

[Application of Pavlov's physiology in the practice of special education]

BÁRCZI Gusztáv

[Human development is determined by the reflexes that are created as a result of stimuli acting on the individual or that are formed as a result of upbringing. Pavlov taught that development depends on the close relationship between the cerebral cortex, the internal organs and the environment. The unity of these three factors ensures that at each stage of development there are as many and such reflexes as the internal organs are able to produce, as the cortex is able to absorb, and as many and... tovább »