Clinical Neuroscience - 1959;12(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1959

[Ethical considerations in neuro- and mental medicine ]

LEHOCZKY Tibor

[From the problems discussed, it is clear that for doctors in general, and neurologists and psychiatrists in particular, not only is professional competence important, but perhaps even more important - ethical purity! Mistakes can be made, and we cannot be completely insured against them. But it is an inexcusable sin to knowingly misrepresent oneself in the service of individual interests. In guiding our actions, conscience plays a leading role, dictating our actions and enabling us to take the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1959

[Connected to the tetraaethylthyuram disulphide treatment psychiatric analysis of exogenous psychoses]

FORNÁDI Ferenc

[To summarise our clinical cases, we can identify two groups of psychiatric phenomena that occur during TATD treatment. The first group includes psychic phenomena that coincide with vegetative symptoms, such as drowsiness, erythema, pain, mood instability, etc. The second group of psychic phenomena takes a very varied form, and the following forms of psychosis were identified: 1. mood disturbance, which may take the form of depression or mania, or a "mixed" form as a separate TATD alcohol... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1959

[Extinction as a disruption of the cooperation between specific and non-specific afferent systems]

BEKÉNY György

[The author lists the physiological and pathological conditions under which extinction is observed. He reviews data on specific and non-specific afferent system cooperation. The theory is presented that pathological extinction is caused by a combined impairment of the specific and non-specific afferent system. Diffuse dysfunction of nonspecific afferents results in extinction with generalized attention deficit and rostral dominance. Co-injury of the thalamocortical specific and non-specific... tovább »