Clinical Neuroscience - 1961;14(10)

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1961

[Vasomotor function tests in sclerosis in multiple sclerosis ]

HUSZÁK István, SZILÁRD János, BOGDÁN Ernő

[1. The biogenic amines acting on the circulatory system : noradrenaline, histamine and acetylcholine do not cause greater or lesser changes in blood pressure in the first phase of their action compared to controls. 2. The counter-regulatory actions of these substances are exaggerated and more persistent in Sm compared to controls. 3. The onset of homeostasis is delayed, especially in the "thrust" phase of Sm. 4. In contrast to histamine, an opposite reaction to Sm is observed in several... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1961

[Results of temporal epilepsy surgery in cases of deep-seated foci]

FÉNYES István, ZOLTÁN László, FÉNYES György

[We evaluated the surgical outcomes of 34 patients with temporal epilepsy who underwent temporal lobectomy with removal of deep anatomical structures. Cases of traumatic etiology with well-circumscribed macro- or evaluable micro-anatomical ablation were excluded from our data. EEG studies revealed deep temporal epileptogenic foci in the vast majority of cases. Catamnestic processing of the postoperative period showed that the surgical outcome of our cases was "good" in 56% and "poor" in 44%.... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1961

[Reflexometric tests adapted for fatigue tests device]

LIPÁK János

[We have constructed a simple and inexpensive device for the accurate recording of reflex time, which is highly suitable for various types of fatigue tests (work, sports, education, neurosis). ]

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1961

[Glutamic acid oxaloacetic acid transaminase determinations in infants and children neurological diseases]

SZÁSZ Gábor

[Glutamic acid oxaloacetic acid transaminase (GOT) activity determinations were performed in 12 cases of acute meningitis and 2 cases of meningitis and encephalitis with remission of pathological neurological symptoms, 42 in total. In all cases, elevated activity was detected in CSF at the beginning of the acute period. The enzyme activity decreased rapidly after treatment in a proportion of cases. In cerebral inflammation of long duration, LGOT values did not show a clear downward trend, and... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1961

[Report on the II Czechoslovak Psychiatric Conference Congress ]

FARAGÓ István, KARDOS György, SIMKÓ Alfréd

[The author reports on the II Czechoslovak Congress of Psychiatry. ]