Clinical Neuroscience - 1954;7(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 03, 1954

[Histological lesions of the nervous system associated with senium]

HORÁNYI Béla

[1. The degree of senile atrophy of the brain is usually disproportionate to age and the degree of mental and other performance. 2. The senium does not create qualitatively new histological changes. 3. The so-called wear pigment is not a morphological expression of neuronal wear and aging. 4. Senile neuronal lesions can lead to the destruction of functioning elements (large cerebral cortex, subcortical ducts, olfactory tract, etc.) 5. In the senium, the corpus pineale may still contain many... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 03, 1954

[The role of the nervous system in the effects of drugs and poisons]

OBÁL Ferenc

[From the experience of conditional reflexes induced by the heat-lifting effect of alpha-dinitrophenol, we can state that the formation of the reflex is more uncertain than in the case of the previous agents, the result of the reflex is inverse and does not match the biological effect of the agent. The heat-raising effect of the agent shows large fluctuations and is characterized by a decrease in the effect during the associations. The laws of inhibitions proved to be valid for the formed... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 03, 1954

[Operated case of infratentorial dermoid cyst]

HONÁRKAY Róbert

[In our report, an infratentorially located dermoid cyst was removed. We considered our case worth reporting due to the possibility of establishing a preoperative specific diagnosis, the rare occurrence and unusual size of the dermoid cyst.]

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 03, 1954