Clinical Neuroscience - 1953;6(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 09, 1953

[The mechanism of formation of electrical activity in nerve tissue and its significance for cognition of function]

LISSÁK Kálmán

[The discovery and practical application of the doctrine of modern electricity is a major milestone in the cultural history of mankind. Of general interest and particular importance in the history of electricity are bioelectric currents, because the discovery of "animal electricity" was the basis of the doctrine of modern electricity. Galvani's work, De viribus electricitatis in motu muscularis commentarius, published in 1791, not only marks the beginning of the science of electrophysiology,... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 09, 1953

[Prevention and treatment of amentiformis images resulting from stacked electroshock treatment]

ZSOMBÓK György

[During cumulative electroconvulsive therapy, amentiform restlessness may occur before and after the stupor phase; in individuals with signs of mild hyperthyroidism, with usually very marked sympathicotonic signs. The clinical observations outlined above suggest that the reduction in the body's mobilisable fluid, partly due to the increase in sympathicotonia and prolonged, intense capillary permeability following ES treatment, is a significant factor in its induction. The immediate resolution... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 09, 1953

[Pregnancy vomiting in the light of Pavlovian reflexology]

KLIMES Károly, TARJÁN György

[Vomiting during pregnancy has long been a well-known, almost physiologically accepted complication of pregnancy. The old textbooks divided the phenomenon of increased vomiting in pregnancy (hyperemesis gravidarum) into toxic, reflex and psychogenic causes. In addition to the minor error of scientific arbitrariness, there was a much greater therapeutic error, in that the doctor's therapeutic activity, which was almost entirely subjective, oscillated between excessive prescriptions and the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 09, 1953

[Foreign Language Summaries]

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