Clinical Neuroscience - 1961;14(08)

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1961

[Glioma behaviour in tissue culture]

PÁLYI Irén, AFRA Dénes, CSANDA Endre

[To date, the authors have performed tissue culture of 107 human brain tumours with different histological structures. In the present communication, they report the tissue culture results of 21 tumours classified histologically as astrocytoma-glioblastoma. By observing the biological and cytological phenotypes provided by tissue culture, data were sought to address neuropathological classification issues. On the basis of the results obtained so far, Kernohan's grading is seen to be justified... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1961

[Experiment with the sociometric method in psychiatry in a psychiatric ward]

PERTORINI Rezső, KLEININGER Ottó

[In our male closed class, we observed a negative behavioural phase associated with group formation, which we were able to analyse well using sociometric tests. Based on our studies, it seems that it is necessary to include doctors and nurses in the group of patients and to avoid giving patients with many negative personality traits a leading role, because this may cause difficulties not only in direct but also in indirect effects within the group, which can be well detected by sociogram... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1961

[Frenolone and perphenazine in psychiatric in psychiatric practice]

BÖSZÖRMÉNYI Zoltán, BURUCS János, NAGY Tibor

[The authors report on 44 psychiatric patients treated with perphenazine and 86 with Frenolone. They conclude that both agents represent a major enrichment of therapeutic options, but that Fr. has also been shown to be more effective and less toxic than perphenazine. In 64% of their patients, most of whom were chronic, Fr. achieved symptom relief or significant improvement: extrapyramidal complications were relatively less severe, patients were better activated, and their contactus recovered... tovább »