Clinical Neuroscience - 1952;5(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 29, 1952

[A new version of Jacod's syndrome]

MARIA Filipowicz

[Brain symptoms in nasopharyngeal tumours were observed as early as the second half of the 19th century. Observations on the frequency of certain brain lesions have been supplemented by descriptions of the pathways by which nasopharyngeal tumours penetrate the inside of the skull. For some time there were two opposing views on the origin and development of tumours. According to some authors, the tumour originates either from the nasopharynx or from the connective tissue of the skull base, and... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 29, 1952

[Schizophrenia in childhood]

LÓRÁND S. Blanka

[According to the prevailing psychiatric view, schizophrenia is rare in childhood, and some authors, such as Vogt and Weichbrodt, have denied that it occurs before adolescence. However, a critical review of the older literature on childhood psychosis leads to the conclusion that it is not so much the rarity of childhood schizophrenia as its recognition and correct pathology: in the older descriptions, we often find images of childhood schizophrenia that are typified by the current... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 29, 1952

[Data for the pathogenesis of morphinismus]

GARTNER Pál, KELEMEN Endre

[Since December 1950, authors have performed morphine withdrawal treatment on 32 morphine users referred from the KEKSZ. Their procedure is as follows: morphine is withdrawn immediately. On the first day of withdrawal, the patient receives 0.1-0.1 ccm of 2% morphine intracutaneously into the flexor aspect of both forearms, for a total of 4 mg. The same is given for the next 3 days. The fifth day is a break. On the sixth and seventh days he receives the same again. In addition: on days 1-3-6,... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 29, 1952

[Fundus examinations in connection with electrohock]

KLIMES Károly, ERŐSS Sándor

[The introduction and use of cumulative electroshock (ES) in our clinic, in addition to the therapeutic results, has also provided an opportunity to further investigate the basic and concomitant phenomena of the spasm mechanism. In this brief, quasi-preliminary report, we describe the ocular fundus lesions associated with spasm. As the essence of shock therapy is seen by many authors (Abély, Delay, Morin, Gastant, Cain) in the stimulation of the diencephalon, and Krienberg and Eberhardt have... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 29, 1952

[Foreign Language Summaries]

[A summary of the articles published in the issue in Russian and German]