Clinical Neuroscience - 1965;18(08)

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1965

[Diagnostic and aetiological problems in bridge lesions]

LEHOCZKY Tibor

[The importance and frequency of bridge lesions have been known since Kubik and Adams (1946).In my presentation I will focus on vascular and tumoral bridge lesions. I will only briefly refer to the other aetiological factors. Of my eight clinicopathological cases, 5 are anaemic or haemorrhagic infarcts, 3 are tumours; of these, 2 are intrapontine and 1 extrapontine. Of the 5 infarctus cases, symptoms developed acutely in 3 patients and subcutaneously in 2. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1965

[Bruxism and chronic headache]

VÁRADY Géza

[1. After describing the symptomatology and literature of bruxism (teeth grinding, empty grinding), the author investigated its relationship with chronic headache based on his own experience with patients. 2. "Bruxism cephalea" is a myogenic pain localized to the masticatory muscles, which aetiopathogenetically can be divided into psychogenic and orthodontogenic groups. 3. 19 out of 21 cases were dominated by psychogenitas, in which psychotherapeutic, sedative, general and local relaxation... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1965

[Data for the topochemistry of the Bielschowsky-type family of blind idiocy]

BALAJTHY Béla

[In two brothers with late infantile typus amaurotic idiopathy, regional differences in the amount and composition of complex lipoid material stored in neurons were detected. For example : the lam. granularisa of the cerebellar cortex is almost intact, Purkinje elements represent the only cell type stored in its dendrites, the nucl. The thematic differences in the qualitative composition of the stored material are illustrated by a comparison of Purkinje and spinal cord motor neurons ; in the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1965

[Hypnotic suggestibility and delusions of suggestibility in schizophrenic patients]

J. Nicsev

[1. suggestibility, the most typical hypnotic symptom, is also a feature of schizophrenia (as a chronic hypnotic state) 2. In hypnosis, the influence of real stimuli is established by psychological substitution 3. Substitution is characterized by a lower degree of unconsciousness of temporary relationships. It has associative, evocative, or visceral significance. 4. Substitution is the basis of suggestibility. 5. Hypotonicity of consciousness leads to regression of associations to the degree of... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

AUGUST 01, 1965

[Reports]

MÁRIA Béla, TÖRÖK István

[1. Report on the XXVIII Italian Psychiatric Congress 2. Lindauer Psychotherapiewoche. 3-8 May 1965]