Clinical Neuroscience - 1966;19(05)

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1966

[Adult onset panencephalitis nodosa with retinal nodule and unusual course]

POHL Ödön, REMENÁR László, HAITS Géza

[The authors describe the case of a 20-year-old man whose pathological findings showed a typhoid picture of panencephalitis nodosa. A clinically remarkable atypical course was noted. The first symptom, 3 years before death, was severe visual loss in the right and then in the left eye. Retinal oedema, haemorrhages, very marked retinal vasoconstriction, vascular tympanic visual field loss, later papillary decolorization and chorioretinitis foci were observed. Psychiatric features were a slow... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1966

[The state of rehabilitation of the mentally ill in Hungary ]

DUBOVITZ Dénes

[There is a long tradition of rehabilitation and one of its most important tools, occupational therapy, in the care of the mentally ill, both in our country and around the world. Nevertheless, the rehabilitation of the mentally ill and the use of occupational therapy in mental wards have not developed sufficiently.]

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1966

[Catheter-based method of vertebral angiography]

FÉNYES György

[The author describes a catheter-based method of vertebral angiography performed through the brachial artery without complications in 110 cases. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1966

[A kortikoszteroid-pszichózisokról]

POHL Ödön, HAITS Géza

[The authors describe three cases of corticosteroid depression and typologically separate these pictures from the major depressive forms in the psychiatric literature.]

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1966

[Differential diagnostic problems of debilitas and imbecillitas]

KLEININGER Ottó

[Oligophrenia is a persistent intellectual and personality development disorder with a deficit of mental decline, caused by organic damage to the central nervous system between about the ages of 0 and 3 or 4. Therefore, we wanted to differentiate debilis from imbecilis not only by differences in intellectual level but also by differences in personality traits. Thus, the debilis are characterized by: being teachable in basic operations, being formally well spoken, being emotionally infantile,... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MAY 01, 1966

[Comment]

ZSAKÓ István

[The author reports on the Hungarian medical history of family care of the mentally ill.]