Clinical Neuroscience - 1966;19(11)

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1966

[Past and present trends in schizophrenia and depression outcomes]

VARGA Ervin, HAITS Géza

[Using the matched pares technique, 4X123 (total: 492) medical histories from different years were processed from the BOTE Psychiatric Clinic charts.]

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1966

[About CSF plasma cells]

PÉTER Ágnes

[ The author analyses the morphological and functional aspects of plasma cells detected in meningograms of 60 cases with inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system. Among the shape variants of the plasma cells, he isolated immature cell types that appeared in the cerebrospinal fluid. The young cell shapes of the CSF plasmocytes suggest a leptomeningeal origin of CSF plasma cells. The author found plasmocytic cytological reactions in the CSF of two patients, an accumulation of... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1966

[Isolated thenar atrophy caused by circumferential cervical spondylarthrosis]

KLEIN Magda

[The author reviews the literature on isolated thenar atrophy caused by circumscribed osteochondrosis, and then describes three typical cases of his own. He draws attention to the diagnostic, differential-diagnostic and therapeutic significance of knowledge of the pathology. therapeutic importance. He discusses the putative local facilitating factors for the development of the pathology.]

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1966

[Data on the effectiveness of group therapy with chronic schizophrenics]

SÜLE Ferenc, SÜLE Ferencné

[The authors report an evaluation of a 30-session group therapy process with chronic psychotic patients. The assessment was conducted using clinical medical and nurse observations, repeatable body procedures, and a systematic recording of group session communication developed by the authors. Their study shows that as few as 30 therapy sessions are useful for resocializing patients and they see the potential of systematic recording to enable further research and understanding of group dynamics... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1966

[J131-labelled Human Serum Albumin myelographies]

TAKÁCS Piroska

[Describes a myelographic method for HSA with J131. He considers the test to be of good value for initial orientation in suspected spinal stenosis, emphasising the fact that the test does not render other diagnostic procedures unnecessary. He agrees with Ljasz that the method is well suited to localising the site of spinal stenosis, but does not provide differential diagnostic assistance in determining the quality of the process. A major advantage of the method is its safety. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

NOVEMBER 01, 1966

[Familial peripheral nervous system damage of compression origin]

PÉLEY Domokos

[The author describes two families in which multiple peripheral nervous system lesions, mainly peroneal nerve palsy, have been observed. The nerve lesions were almost always caused by prolonged rigid postures (kneeling, squatting, arm flexion). The prognosis of the disease is good, but recurrence is possible. It occurs mainly during agricultural work and can therefore be considered an occupational hazard. A congenital familial predisposition and nerve compression as a triggering factor may be... tovább »