Clinical Neuroscience - 1954;7(05)

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 29, 1954

[Additive to the pathology of the hypothalamus with particular reference to the problem of central death]

SOÓS Imre, SZÉNÁSY József

[In describing the medical history of a child who died of a hypothalamic tumor (infundibuloma), we attempted to provide a new type of multidimensional view of the hypothalamic synroma, breaking down the complex activity of the hypothalamus into functional units: autonomic reflex, autonomic regulatory, neuro-hormonal, sensory and motor, and psychic activity. We have discussed the localisability of functional units. A multidimensional view of the hypothalamic syndrome could become a great... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 29, 1954

[Traditions and development of Soviet neurosurgery]

ZOLTÁN László

[The intellectual isolation which had cut off our scientific life from Soviet science from the Great October Revolution until liberation led to the fact that the results of the developing science of neurosurgery could only be learned from Western literature, and obscured the achievements of Soviet surgeons in neurosurgery. The data that we have learned from the West have undoubtedly demonstrated the legitimacy of this new science and its strikingly wide potential for application. But its true... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 29, 1954

[Innervation of collagen fiber]

KISS Ferenc, LÁNG Adolf

[The authors found characteristic nerve fibres on the surface of collagen fibres of various organs (glomus tympanicum, iris, gall bladder, kidneys, staple ligaments, ligamentum teres femoris, etc.) and in their fusion. The collagen fibres of the iris have been studied in albino rabbits and white goats, the other organs in humans. Our method of investigation was Lavrentjev's modified procedure in frozen sections.]

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 29, 1954

[Data for understanding regressive processes in gliomas]

HORÁNYI Béla, VAJDA Lajos

[1. At least some of the circumscribed, sharp-edged necrosis seen in gliomas is not due to vascular occlusion. They may be of autoallergic origin. 2. The degradative cells of the perinecrotic chain are partly derived from histiocytes detached from the adventitia of the surrounding capillaries and partly glioma cells transformed into degradative cells. 3. In neither malignant nor benign gliomas is there a well-developed pyaglia membrane. 4. Degenerative processes do not play the same role in the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 29, 1954