Clinical Neuroscience - 1951;4(04)

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 19, 1951

[Parietal syndromes (Gerstmann's syndrome, attitudinal diseases) in the light of conditioned reflexology]

JUBA Adolf

[Anomia, parietal agraphia and alexia, and finally ujjagnosia were found in three circumscribed skull lesions of the left parietal landscape (the fossa in case 1 affecting the junction of the gyr. angularis, gyr. supramarginalis and the peduncular segment of the 1st temporal gyrus, in observations 2 and 3 the gyr. angularis and partly the occipital cortex). The anomia can be interpreted, following the Pavlovian doctrines, in terms of increased iraddition of the stimulus, reduced concentration,... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 19, 1951

[Data on cerebral histological changes and their origin after CO intoxication]

FAZEKAS I. Gyula, GERÉB Tibor

[The brain of a 33-year-old man who died 3 months after CO poisoning was examined histologically with the following results: 1. There was a high degree of fatty degeneration of the cortical and medullary nuclei and endothelial fatty degeneration of both the cortical and medullary vessels with perivascular granule cell accumulation. No calcification of blood vessels was observed. 2. In addition, a marked proliferation of microglia, hypertrophy and hyperplasia of macroglia, and the transformation... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 19, 1951

[Clinically observed retroolivarial softening]

SOÓS Imre

[Five clinically observed cases of retroolivar ankylosis with typhoidal history and symptomatic pathology were described. The pathology is characterized by an ictus-like onset, nodal cerebellar symptoms, crossed anaesthesia, and lacunar lesions of the bulbar nuclei on the same side as signs of damage to the posterior landscape of the olive. In our cases, by following the behaviour of sensory disturbances during the course of the disease, a certain regularity was observed, in that the initial... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 19, 1951

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