Clinical Neuroscience - 1966;19(10)

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1966

[Changes in evoked potentials during cooling of the brainstem]

PÁSZTOR Emil, KUKORELLI Tibor

[In cats, we performed brief circumscribed surface cooling of the somatosensory area and examined changes in the evoked potentials. 1. After intensive cooling, the waves of the primary complex disappeared and only the irradiance potential with unchanged latency was detected. 2. 3. Our experiments with cooling suggest that other mechanisms besides the function of the more superficial cells of the cortex are involved in the generation of the negative wave of the primary complex. 4. The... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1966

[Exploration and psychotherapy with psychotropic drugs (LSD25 and Cy39) in neurotic patients]

KORONKAI Bertalan, FÉBÓ Gzőző

[1. Authors describe two cases of psychotherapeutic treatment with psychotropic drugs in psychoneurotic patients. 2. They present their cases as a model of the change in psychic dynamics during drug exposure. 3. They explain the relationship between drug-induced imagery and pathological experiences. 4. They suggest that psychodysleptics can be used to shorten psychotherapeutic treatment and make it more effective. 5. They see the therapeutic effect in facilitating the identification of the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1966

[Fine structure of brain capillaries in neonatal mice]

GOSZTONYI György

[Morphological features of brain capillaries from one-, six- and nine-day-old mice were studied by electron microscopy. The endothelial layer is complete and continuous, the endothelial-cell junctional interfaces are well developed, and the zonula occludens is characteristic. The endothelial layer is thus identical in all essential features to that found in adulthood. The basement membrane, on the other hand, is poorly developed, but its density increases with age. There are significant... tovább »