Clinical Neuroscience - 1961;14(05)

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1961

[Effect of removing the nucleus dentatus on Parkinson's syndrome]

TÓTH Szabolcs

[Three cases of Parkinson's syndrome were treated by removal of the nucleus dentatus. In all three cases, a marked reduction in tone and consequently in rigor was observed. Tremor was markedly reduced in two cases and increased in one case. Where tremor and rigor showed a decrease, the result was durable. Other Parkinsonian symptoms were not significantly altered by cerebellar intervention. After removal of the nucleus dentatus, hypotonia is a true cerebellar dropout symptom, whereas... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1961

[Report]

GÁLFI Béla

[Report from the International Symposium on Epilepsy. ]