Clinical Neuroscience - 1961;14(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1961

[Symptomatology of septum pellucidum cysts]

AMBRÓZY György

[1. Five clinically observed SPCs are described. The pathology can only be detected by air-fill testing. It can be distinguished radiographically from corpus callosum, parasagittal and septum pellucidum tumours and from corpus callosum agenesis. 2. The pathology is not associated with a typal symptom cluster. Most commonly headache, transient disturbance of consciousness, epileptic paralysis of various types, less commonly weakness of limbs, ataxia, apraxia, aphasia, ocular symptoms,... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1961

[Evaluation of abnormal electroencephalographic phenomena in acute schizophrenic psychoses]

MAGYAR István

[The author discusses the significance of abnormal electromagnetic manifestations in 98 schizophrenic psychotic patients at rest and with pentamethylenetetrazole load, and their relationship to the disease. He complements his studies with a review of frequency analysis and describes the changes in electromic activity in 22 patients on serial EEG recordings (resting and provoked) at the onset, during the disease and after clinical recovery. He concludes that dysrhythmias show a significant... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1961

[A brief history of our institute from the National Lunatic Asylum to the National Institute of Neurology and Mental Health]

FEKETE János

[The author briefly describes the history of the National Insane Asylum, which opened in Buda in 1868, until its transformation into the National Neurological and Mental Hospital. - In his introduction, he looks back at the backward state of mental health in our country 100 years ago - the urgent need for a national mental hospital, the long negotiations dating back to 1792 - the development of the first hospital and private mental wards - Construction of the National Lunatic Asylum finally... tovább »