Clinical Neuroscience - 1961;14(01)

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Malignant angioblastoma spreading between the soft tissues ("Lindau disease") ]

POTONDI András

[The author describes a case of a rapidly progressive, fatal cerebellar solid angioblastoma (Lindau), which spread diffusely along the blood vessels and between the soft tissues. He briefly reviews the literature on the subject, which did not find angioblastoma spreading in a similar manner. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Max Nonne]

KÖRNYEY István

[The author reports on Max Nonne's life. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Catamnosis of children with elective mutism]

LÓRÁND Blanka

[The author describes 11 cases of elective mutism - with particular reference to catamnestic data recorded years later. The symptom usually comes to attention in preschool or during school enrolment. It is strikingly often associated with vegetative dystonia, enuresis and mental retardation. Although polyaetiological factors are frequently present in the history, the author is under the impression that in a significant proportion of cases, a congenitally reduced speech ability is primarily... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Retroolivar softenings as vertebralis complications of angiography]

ASZALÓS Zoltán, CSATÁRY Zoltán

[In two cases of attempted carotid AG, the contrast material entered the vertebral artery, resulting in fatal retroolivar atrophy and haemorrhage, both of which were associated with the posterior blood supply area of the cerebellar inf. In one case very pronounced, in the other mild vascular lesions may have been a predisposing factor for AG complications. No such localized complication has been reported in the literature. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Book review]

TÖRÖK István

[Müller--Hegemann : Psychotherapie. 1957. Veb Verlag Volk u. Gesundheit. Berlin. 264 0. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Intravenous urea: new agent for intracranial pressure increase in intracranial pressure]

ZAPPE Lajos, VIDOVSZKY Tamás

[Our experience, which we have presented in the form of a preliminary bulletin because of the small number of cases, suggests that i.v. urea will be a much more effective and reliable tool than hypertonic solutions (dextrose, etc.) in the treatment of intracranial hypertension. The development of a side-effect-free home preparation is currently underway; we will report on clinical trials of this on larger material and on studies of the mechanism of action. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 01, 1961

[Our experience with Urevert, Report on our surgical observations ]

GOMBI Róza, HULLAY József

[The authors describe their experience with Urevert, a new intracranial pressure reliever. It was used to reduce increased intracranial pressure caused by brain tumours (4), ruptured aneurysms (2) and subdural haematoma (1) in 7 patients. They observed that Urevert is an easy to administer and accurately dosed dehydrating agent. It is excellent for reducing increased intracranial pressure. It reaches its maximum effect within 1-2 hours and can therefore be administered primarily as a... tovább »