Clinical Neuroscience - 1952;5(03)

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 17, 1952

[Mobilization of cholesterol in the brain]

LÁSZLÓ János, SCHULLER Dezső, GAÁL Magda

[1. Our studies have shown that brain cholesterol can enter the bloodstream and raise blood cholesterol levels.2. In relation to brain death, cholesterol can enter the bloodstream in four ways. a, We found fat granule cells in the brain capillaries and dural sunus. Thus, these cells can also enter the vasculature. b, In the dural sinuses, we could detect fat globules that give a double refraction. c, Near the brain beds, we found fat in the endothelial cells of the capillaries. The endothelium... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 17, 1952

[Disc herniation syndrome and multiple sclerosis]

FARAGÓ István

[Five cases were a syndrome of disc herniation associated with multiple sclerosis, and 2 cases were a syndrome that started with disc herniation and progressed to multiple sclerosis. Hypothesis: Multiple sclerosis may create a readiness for the treatment of disc herniation by altering the vegetative tone, and its importance in the pathogenesis of the latter disease should be considered.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 17, 1952

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