Clinical Neuroscience - 1966;12(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1966

[Curative experiments on depression patients with Elysione]

NYÍRŐ Gyula, IRÁNYI Jenőné

[Authors conducted therapy trials with low doses of Elysione in 50 depressed male patients. They observed a reaction to Elysione in nearly 500 cases. 3 mg induced well-appreciated euphoria, 4-10 mg induced psychotomimetic, neurological and vegetative symptoms. Cure courses (one injection per day for 7, 10 and 14 days) in depressed patients proved to be of therapeutic value. Before its practical use, a large number of trials should be carried out and side effects should be eliminated by... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1966

[Measurement of muscle action potential propagation velocity in clinical patient material]

HASZNOS Tivadar, FENYŐ Egon

[The authors investigated the propagation velocity of muscle action potentials in 53 normal individuals, 18 neurogenic lesions, 15 patients with myopathy and 2 patients with myasthenia. The muscle conduction velocity was assessed in the m. deltoideus, m. biceps brachii, m. flexor digiti V., m. tibialis anterior and m. quadriceps. Stimulation was performed with two needle electrodes in bipolar mode and recording with a concentric bipolar electrode. The muscle conduction velocity was 4.48 + 0.09... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1966

[Epidermoid tumours (cholesteatomas) in the central nervous system]

BARADNAY Gyula, SZANDTNER György, HOFFMANN János

[Authors report 3 operated and 2 autopsy cases of central nervous system epidermoid tumours. Two of their operated patients were lost, the third one is symptom and complaint free since surgery - 2 years ago. They also describe the views on the aetiology of epidermoid tumours, the macro- and micromorphology of these tumours, their clinical symptoms and the surgical treatment options. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1966

[Changes in serum arginine levels in patients with epilepsy]

SZILÁGYI Á. Katalin, PATAKY István

[Authors investigating serum arginine levels in a mixed neuropsychiatric patient population found that the epileptic patient group had significantly lower levels compared to both normal controls and all other patients. No correlation was found between clinical presentation or pathogenetic factors and the development of arginine levels. A correlation between the nature of brain electrical activity and arginine levels, not statistically verifiable, seems to be observed. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1966

[The role of Ospolot in the treatment of childhood epilepsy]

KISZELY Katalin

[Based on our observation of 20 patients treated with Ospolot, we found that Ospolot is suitable for the treatment of psychomotor epilepsy. Because of its relatively frequent side effects, it should only be introduced in cases resistant to other therapies, initially in combination with other anticonvulsant drugs, under hospital observation. It should be tried in psychomotor seizures in which the EEG also indicates temporal focus. If focal convulsive activity on EEG is reduced or eliminated in... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1966

[Report from four months study trip in the Netherlands (Wassenaari)]

LEEL-ŐSSY Lóránt

[The author reports on his four-month study trip to the Netherlands.]