Clinical Neuroscience - 1954;7(06)

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 31, 1954

[Comparative histopathological study of polyneuritis of different aetiology]

HABERLAND Katalin

[1. the author reviewed 14 cases of poly-neuritis of different aetiology and searched for a correlation between the quality and localisation of histological lesions and the aetiological factor. 2 Histopathological examination of all sections of the surrounding nervous system except terminal neuropathways was performed from three main aspects: a) quality of histological lesion - inflammation or degeneration, b) localization of the pathological process, c) axonal lesion and axonal retrograde... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 31, 1954

[Central nervous system and RES. I. Nervous system regulation of liver RES]

CSABA György, RAPPAY György

[Our experiments were carried out on 80 healthy white rats, males and females. The aim of our experiments was to determine the neuromuscular influence and regulation of reticuloendathelium. The experimental methodology used was the stabilized Törő-Velősy procedure. By surgically and pharmacologically performing the experiments with subcortical agents, we found that: 1. RES (hepatic RES) is under the regulation of the central nervous system. 2. Sympathetic excitation increases and... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 31, 1954

[Multinucleated sympathetic ganglion cell in humans]

HARSÁNYI László

[In view of the foregoing, it must therefore be concluded, contrary to previous observations, that the formula in the cervical sympathetic ganglia of healthy adult humans, also in the ggl. c. sup., can be regarded as an abnormal element and its formation is presumably due to a cell division disorder.]

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 31, 1954