Clinical Neuroscience - 1963;16(07)

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1963

[Glioma behaviour in tissue culture III. Comparative study of in vivo irradiated gliomas ]

ZOLTÁN László, PÁLYI Irén, ÁFRA Dénes

[1. We performed a comparative study of four gliomas after first and recurrent surgery. Simultaneous tissue culture of the surgical material was performed. 2. Two patients operated on with glioblastoma multiforme and one with astrocytoma malignum received radiotherapy after the first surgery, whereas one patient operated on with astrocytoma malignum did not receive radiotherapy. 3. Irradiation resulted in a reduction in the ability of tumour cells to grow for longer periods of time in... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1963

[Clinical group psychotherapy for neurotics]

HIDAS György

[Group psychotherapy uses a whole with new characteristics, created by the human social relationships and mutual interaction between the patients and the psychotherapist doctor, to heal. The conscious behaviour and psychotherapeutic work of the doctor play a crucial role. Psychotherapeutic groups for neurotic patients in hospital are open, heterogeneous, with 6-8 members Group psychotherapy is not only a therapeutic method but also a diagnostic one, and the development of interpersonal... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1963

[Data on temporal lobe symptomatology Pick's atrophy ]

BALAJTHY Béla

[Three cases of Pick's atrophy in which atrophy spread from the primary shrinkage center in temporopolar to T, T, and Tz are described. Individual differences in the further pathway of atrophy were discernible: in case 1, it extended only to the frontal basis, in case 2, it extended additionally to F, and in case 3, it extended, albeit to a small extent, to the whole frontal convexity. In the first two cases, the atrophy was more pronounced on the left side, in the third on the right. The... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1963

[The "benign" form of multiple sclerosis]

LEHOCZKY Tibor, HALASY Margit

[62 patients with multiple sclerosis are reported to be in the "benign" group of the disease. Cases of each of the three subgroups are described. Methods (palliative care, rehabilitation plan, etc.) are discussed to hope for a favourable outcome: stabilisation of the disease, making it stationary. The need to set up convalescent resorts and rehabilitation centres is stressed. Examples of the former are TB sanatoria and the latter poliomyelitis outpatient clinics.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1963

[Minutes of the meeting]

ÁDÁM György, KUKORELLI Tibor, ÁNGYÁN L.G.T. Sakhiulina, GRASTYÁN E., KLINBERG F. , KARMOS G., CZOPF J., ENDRŐCZI E., LISSÁK K., HARTMAN G., NIKOLITS Ilona, KERTAI Pál, DÉSI Illés, CZABALAI László, MAGYAR István, ASZALÓS Zoltán, OBÁL F., MADARÁSZ I., ZOLTÁN Ö. T., FÖLDI M., FEHÉR Ottó, MECHLER Ferenc, HALÁSZ Péter, KAJTOR F., ÓVÁRY I., ZSADÁNYI O., KASZÁS T., NAGY Tibor, BOHÁR Anna, WALSA Róbert, RÁBAI Kálmán, HASZNOS T. , FENYŐ E., ANTAL J., TOMKA Imre, REMENÁR László, FORNADI F., FRATER R., SZEGEDI L., SZENDE Otto, NEMESSURI Mihály, FÉNYES István, BÖTSKEY O., KRECSÁNYI J.

[The VI. scientific meeting of the Hungarian EEG Society was held in Budapest on 8-9 February 1963. of the VI. meeting of the EEG.]