Clinical Neuroscience - 1963;16(12)

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 01, 1963

[The significance of qualitative CSF lesions in cerebrovascular disease]

PÉTER Ágnes, SCHMIDT M. Rudolf

[1 The authors performed qualitative CSF analysis in 30 patients with cerebrovascular disease. They compared the lesions found in patients with soft tissue foci and diffuse cerebral lesions. 2. In apoplectic patients with early post-ictal stage a or a, y globulin accumulation and monocyte rectio along with pathologic cell forms were found. 3. In chronic anapoplegia, qualitative pathologic cell pattern or pherograms were observed in diffuse cerebral blood flow disturbance with nodal... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 01, 1963

[Data for the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of intracranial space-occupying processes in the elderly Part II]

GÁTAI György

[More than 2000 cases (1690 intracranial space-occupying processes and 320 other brain diseases) were studied to determine the diagnostic results, sources of error and characteristics of intracranial space-occupying processes in the elderly. I. The diagnostic results for age-related intracranial space narrowing are unsatisfactory and worse than average. The incidence of misdiagnosis ranges from 34% to 86%, depending on the definition. II. The most common causes of diagnostic errors : 1.... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

DECEMBER 01, 1963

[Meningioma patients with some electrographic characteristics]

TOMKA Imre, BAUMANN Piroska

[Authors present EEG data from 122 meningioma patients. Of these, all but 6 were diagnosed by surgery or dissection. Locally, significant nodal activity was mainly provided by tumours with frontal location, followed by those with olfactory, occipital and temporal localisations. In contrast, the EEG abnormalities of centro-parietal, parasagittal meningiomas are mild but often diffuse and bilateral. No correlation was found between the background activity of electrical activity and the increase... tovább »