Clinical Neuroscience - 1959;12(01)

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1959

[Remembering Jendrassik]

L. Van Bogaert

[The author reconstructs from Jendrassik's original works the facts he discovered and the doctrines he expounded - to see what later works, and especially modern genetic research, have been able to draw on. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1959

[Clinical and pathopsychological observations in 25 cases of subacute progressive panencephalitis]

LÓRÁND Blanka

[Author concludes from clinical and pathopsychological examination of 25 cases of subacute progressive penencephalitis: 1. the EEG greatly facilitates early diagnosis; 2. in the majority of cases, the onset of the disease occurred in the autumn-winter months; 3. regionally, the western counties play the most important role, except in the capital; 4. found the 8-9 age group to be the most at risk, with an even gender distribution; 5. from the succession of pathopsychological examinations... tovább »