Clinical Neuroscience - 1963;16(08)

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1963

[Cholinesterase activity of subdural haematomas]

ÁFRA Dénes, WOLLEMANN Mária

[The authors report on cholinesterase enzyme activity assays of operated subdural and intracerebral haematoma specimens. By determining the cholinesterase and acetylcholinesterase activity of the fluid obtained at surgery, they attempted to draw parallels between enzyme activity and the time of haematoma persistence. The results showed that the fluid content of the capsular haematoma is not stable from the time of formation. The variation in the activity of the two enzymes studied suggests... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1963

[Our experience with Parkazine and its combination with other antiparkinsonian medicines]

DOBI Sándor

[Following Klimes' positive experience with outpatients, we have also had positive experience with Parkazine in hospital, which is mostly more severe. We have experienced a pronounced antitremor effect and we have experienced what was definitely an advantage over other previous drugs, that it also has a significant antitremor effect. This anti-tremor effect, which is all the shorter the patient's anamnesis, is the main advantage of Parkazine and justifies its use in all cases of Parkinson's... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1963

[Analysis of symptomatic epipharyngeal tumour cases with trigeminal neuralgia]

LUKÁCS Kornél

[After describing the cases of three patients with epipharyngeal tumours, I will summarise the symptomatology of epipharyngeal tumours, emphasising the so-called latent phase, when only the elevation of pain to organic status and the correct evaluation of the otological complaints can help to establish an early diagnosis.]

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1963

[Spontaneous intracerebral haematomas surgical treatment]

ÁFRA Dénes, OROSZ Éva

[The authors report the results of surgical treatment of 28 spontaneous intracerebral haematomas. In 12 cases, the cause of the haemorrhage was hypertonic arteriosclerosis based on clinical investigations; in 2 juvenile patients the haemorrhage was due to a microangioma undetectable by angiography, while in the other cases the aetiology was unknown. The cases were classified into 3 groups according to onset and course : 1. pseudotumoral or chronic form, 2. apoplectiform onset and 3.... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1963

[Nervous system of engine builders working on assembly lines]

BÁLINT István, HÓDOS Tibor

[By means of modern technology and organization of work, the effect of stress on the nervous system caused by factors outside the objective nature of the work process can be substantially reduced in the case of production on the production line. The success of the measures aimed at reducing the strain on the nervous system of people working on the production line can only be increased if the stress situation resulting from the nature of the work process is changed. Since the repetitive and... tovább »