Clinical Neuroscience - 1959;12(05)

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1959

[About Lissauer's apperceptive blindness]

SIMONYI Gusztáv

[A 59-year-old patient with Alzheimer's disease slowly developed object agnosia, prosopagnosia, spatial disorientation, and apraxia of dressing over five years. There is evidence of visual analyser disability, left hemianopsia, visual loss. In projection at distance and angle of tachystoscopic examination, paralysis of the Bálint gaze. In addition, progressive dementia. None of the usual symptoms of colour agnosia or colour naming disorder, and no aphasia in any other way. These are the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1959

[Central nervous system metastases from malignant melanoma ]

LEEL-ŐSSY Lóránt, TÖRÖK Pál

[The authors provide a clinicopathological description of five CNS m. m. metastases and, in their assessment, conclude : 1. CNS metastases of m. m. occur in 8-12% of other malignant tumour metastases. 2. They draw attention to the danger of removing naevi and melanomas. 3. The most common clinical presentation is subarachnoid haemorrhage. Symptoms of multiple metastasis are often difficult to recognise. 4. The need for neurosurgical intervention is emphasized in the presence of symptoms... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1959

[Structural analysis of Wahnstimmung]

IRÁNYI Jenőné

[In our cases, we provided a psychopathological analysis of Wahnstimmung in the light of a structural approach. The regression symptoms of the relational structure are prominent in the state picture. The emotional polarization disorder due to the lack of differential inhibition results in total perplexity, anticipatory uncertainty, ambivalence that generally colours psychic events. The symptoms are accompanied by phenomena triggered by a reduction in psychic energy and regression of cognitive... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1959

[Effect of vasomotor reflexes on abnormal electroencephalogram]

HASZNOS Tivadar

[A review of our data and a comparison with the literature shows that in our patient population, only a relatively small percentage of activation procedures described by others have been successful. The large number of patients included in our study precludes us from explaining negative cases by statistical variance. In particular, it is difficult to explain the ineffectiveness of apnce, because while in carotid compression it is conceivable that the pressure was not applied in the right... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1959

[Formation of an ophthalmo-otoneurology working group]

[The author reports on the ophthalmo-otoneurological working group established on 25 March 1959 at the headquarters of the Medical-Health Trade Union, within the framework of the "Pavlov" Neurological Specialist Group.]