Clinical Neuroscience - 1959;12(11)

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1959

[Neurological complications of congenital vitium]

PÉTER Ágnes, SZUTRÉLY Gyula

[62 patients with congenital vitium were observed. Of these, 41 underwent regular neurological and 28 EEG examinations. Neurological complications were found in more than 50% (23) of the 41 cases, a higher percentage than the average reported in the literature. It is our hypothesis that to understand the pathomechanism of neurological lesions associated with congenital vitium, patients should be divided into two groups : 1) those in whom cerebral lesions are due to altered haemodynamic... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1959

[Rare neurological lues: acute onset of Nissl-Alzheimer f. capillaris endarteritis meningoencephalitis]

DOBI Sándor

[The clinical presentation and pathological findings of luesian meningoencephalitis in Heveny and its sequelae were described. This case of luesian meningoencephalitis was based on an older and unclear origin of infection caused by Nissl-Alzheimer f. endarteriitis syphilitica. The luesian origin of the endarteritis in question and the primary nature of the vascular wall proliferation are confirmed by our findings and we emphasize that a similar encounter : acute luesian meningoencephalitis in... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1959

[New data on the clinical and physiological relevance of nocturnal and diurnal epileptic seizures]

KAJTOR Ferenc, NAGY A. Tibor

[In a study of three hundred epileptic patients, the authors found a strong correlation between the occurrence of seizures during sleep (nocturnal) or during wakefulness (diurnal) and the anatomo-functional organisation of the epileptogenic focus. Sleep provides the most favourable association of preeconvulsive conditions for foci of the mediobasal stock of the temporal lobe, the anterior frontal and temporo-parieto-occipital convexity. Posterior frontal, central, parietal and external temporal... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1959

[The use of concomitant Tetracor-Evipan in the electroencephalographic diagnosis of epileptic seizures]

SOMOGYI István

[1. concurrent tetracor-evipan combined exercise in 93 predominantly unselected patients. Depth of sleep was deepened to Loomis f. stage C-D. 2. Combined loading was significantly more effective than simultaneous loading in the same patients. There were no cases in which the combined exercise was negative when either tetracor or evipan exercise was positive in the same patient, but there were 22 cases in which tetracor exercise was negative in patients in whom the combined exercise was... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1959

[Electrostimulation treatment of rats caused by barbiturate derivatives]

OSZLÁNSZKY Ottó

[Based on literature and our experience, we have described the treatment of barbiturate coma. The backbone of modern therapy is the central and peripheral ESt, the methodology and results of which were described and compared with the literature. Theories on the mechanism of action of ESt were outlined. We consider the most probable is the normalization of the reduction of barbiturate block-induced activation of the reticular activating system by extra nociceptive stimuli, and we consider ESt as... tovább »