Clinical Neuroscience - 1967;20(04)

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

Die ventrale Fusion im Bereich der Halswirbelsäule bei Bandscheibenschäden

W. Grote, P. Röttgen

Das so genannte Zervikalsyndrom, dessen häufigste Erscheinungsformen Schulter- und Armschmerzen, Nacken- und Kopfschmerzen, zervikale Migräne, vertebraler Schwindel und zervikale Myelopathie sind, ist wesentlich schwieriger zu diagnostizieren als das Lumbalsyndrom. Bei Vorliegen eines Zervikalsyndroms wurden folgende Operationen durchgeführt: La-Minektomie oder Hemilaminektomie mit oder ohne Entfernung der vorgefallenen Bandscheibe, Radikotomie nach Jackson oder Frykholn. 1962 führten Cloward... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

[Ehlers-Danlos syndrome associated with neurological symptoms]

KOMÁR József, KRÁNITZ Géza

[The authors diagnosed a 43-year-old woman and her 8-year-old son with classic Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. In the mother, the underlying disease was accompanied by muscular atrophy and symptoms suggestive of spinal cord dorsal cord injury. The authors associate the onset of neurological symptoms with the underlying disease and attribute it to dysplastic vasculature.]

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

[Eozinofil granulocytak a liquorban]

PÉTER Ágnes, KOVÁCS Ferenc

[Eosinophilic cells were detected in a small percentage of CSF in both bacterial and non-bacterial infections. Intense CSF eosinophilia was found only in bacterial processes. In these cases, an allergic pathomechanism was hypothesized. Unique in the literature, liquoreosinophilia accompanied by a leukocytic reaction was observed in our 1 case of meningitis in the setting of collagenosis and in our 3 cases of granulomatous menongoencephalitis. This specific CSF cytological reaction was... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

[Data on the psychiatric use of chlormethiazole (Heminevrin)]

KARDOS György

[Author reviews the literature on the pharmacological and clinical effects, side effects and complications of Heminevrin. He reports on 77 cases he has observed and treated. He confirms the excellent efficacy of Heminevrin in delirium tremens, where in 31 patients Heminevrin therapy led to recovery in a few days without mortality and without complications. He has used the drug praeventively in 27 cases of praedelirosus withdrawal syndrome, which he considers to be a beneficial combination for... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

[The role of the limbic lobe in incentive production]

FENYVESI Tamás

[Two cases of a midline tumour destroying limbic structures were described. In both cases, the clinical picture was characterized by a high degree of inducibility loss, which was already evident at the onset. We evaluate our cases as recent data on the role of limbic structures in the maintenance of incentin production. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

[Analysis of symptoms and polygraphic data of Elysion psyches]

ZSADÁNYI O., HALÁSZ P., KARÁCSONY A.

[Elysione (phenylcyclohexylpiperidine monohydrochloride) has gained widespread use in anaesthesiology due to its sensory blocking effect. Transient psychotic symptoms after surgery have been described and analysed by several authors as a side effect of the drug. The psychotic picture that develops may also be considered a schizophrenomimetic agent because of certain characteristics.]

Clinical Neuroscience

APRIL 01, 1967

[The problem of the pathogenesis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis]

GEORGIEV Iván

[The author bases his hypothesis on the pathogenesis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) on the following factors: 1. The fact that the disease process involves certain systems of the nervous system and is dystrophic in nature; 2. Analogies with the anatomic-clinical syndrome of tri-ortho-cresyl phosphate (TOCP) poisoning. 3. Certain biochemical data observed in both processes. Experimental subacute and chronic TOCP poisoning has been established in mice, rabbits and dogs. Histological,... tovább »