Clinical Neuroscience - 1959;12(06)

Clinical Neuroscience

JUNE 01, 1959

[Clinical and neurosurgical significance of cerebral herniations associated with intracranial space narrowing]

HULLAY József

[The author describes the different types of brain herniations, their symptoms and their significance, based on literature and his own observations. With regard to the neurosurgical tasks, he concludes that the resolution of certain types of herniation, primarily herniations of the hippocampus and tonsils, should be considered a neurosurgical task, to be performed separately from the removal of the space narrowing, but simultaneously with the space narrowing procedure, and based on his... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JUNE 01, 1959

[Neuropathological changes associated with internal carotid artery occlusion]

GALLAI Margit

[The author reported 9 cases of unilateral and 1 case of bilateral internal carotid artery occlusion, one of embolic origin, seven of sclerotic and two of sclerotic thrombangitis obliterans. On the basis of these studies, he believes that, in addition to internal carotid artery occlusion, the presence of concomitant general vascular disease contributes significantly to the clinical signs, the formation and location of necrosis. In particular, the patency of the circle of Willis, its... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JUNE 01, 1959

[Experiences at the Heidelberg Psychiatric Hospital]

SIMKÓ Alfréd

[The author reports on his experiences at the Heidelberg Psychiatric Hospital.]