Clinical Neuroscience - 1965;18(11)

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1965

[Megfigyelések a mittenes alvás klinikai diagnosztikai értelmezésére vonatkozóan]

HALÁSZ Péter, NAGY A. Tibor, ZSADÁNYI Ottó, KAJTOR Ferenc

[Based on our analysis of one hundred patients with mittening, it seems that mittening sleep is indicative of a personality disorder manifested by recurrent psychic decompensations and conduct disorder at the level of organic cerebral lesions. Mitten sleep is not a disorder associated with a single clinical pathology unless it occurs in combination with the following factors : 1. a personality disorder with intermittent neurotic or psychotic decompensations or behavioural disturbances. 2.... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1965

[Meningoencephalitis in Behcet's syndrome]

DOMBAY Margit, NÁDRAI Ágnes

[Authors have detected the same disease in a pair of 32 and 20-year-old brothers. Both eyes showed chronic uveitis, acute iritis, inveterate chorioretinitis nodules. One eye of the younger boy was already completely amaurotic. The latter also had meningoencephalitis, which was not favorably affected by cortisone. No virus was isolated from fresh mouth aphthae. Based on the literature and our own observations, the neurological symptoms were presumably allergic in origin.]

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1965

[Induced paranoid psychosis]

HAITS Géza

[In addition to a brief review of the relevant literature, the author analyses two separate cases of induced paranoid psychosis in a family (mother-in-law, husband, wife, son) and a married couple. He points out the role of environmental influences and personality structure. He draws attention to the reflection of the superstitious-mystical social transmission (witchcraft) in the content of the delusions, despite the proximity of the capital, and the importance of the irrational element in the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1965

[Nerve damage in caisson workers]

RÓZSAHEGYI István, ROTH Bedrich

[The high sensitivity of the central nervous system to decompression trauma is evident, and damage can occur not only during manifest neurological disease, but also latently, behind the onset of other forms of disease, or even without any manifest symptoms of decompression. The only effective causal therapy for decompression sickness of the central nervous system is recompression, carried out in a timely manner, with great care and, if necessary, with persistent patience. After unsuccessful... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1965

[Spinal paralysis caused by electrical trauma in cats]

KÓMÁR József, IFJ. KÓMÁR Gyula

[Authors have observed spinal paralysis in a cat caused by 220 V electric shock. The condition is thought to be related to Panse's spinal atrophic paralysis. The clinical presentation of the case is supported by histopathological studies. The expected neurological consequences of electrocution are reviewed, and the pathology and pathomechanism of electrocution are discussed. The development of Panse's syndrome is associated with the specific vascularity of the spinal cord, based on the... tovább »