Clinical Neuroscience - 1969;22(03)

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[Reversible internuclearis of traumatic origin ophthalmoplegia]

TEMESVÁRI Péter

[An 18-year-old young man developed internuclear ophthalmoplegia with rapid regression after trauma, among other microsymptoms. After reviewing the hypothesized pathomechanism, the author points out that in seemingly trivial traumas that do not involve the skull or spine, certain predisposing factors may lead to brainstem lesions with asymptomatic or only suggestive clinical signs, which may be of importance in subsequent differential diagnosis or specialist opinion. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[Analysis of violent sexual offences with special reference to psycho-cultural aspects]

SZABÓ Miklós, BURIS László

[The authors have processed data from the Institute of Forensic Medicine of the University of Debrecen Medical School on medical expert opinions on violent sexual offences for the years 1955-1965. The perpetrators of these offences are most frequently among the 21-30 year olds. 55.89% of offenders had some form of mental defect. Factors that may be a motive for committing sex offences are significantly present in the indicators without such a discrepancy. The vast majority of the victims of... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[Wegener's granulomatosis involving the nervous system ]

HALMAY Zsuzsa, VATHY István

[The authors describe a case of Wegener's granulomatosis in which, in addition to the tympanic pathological lesions, extensive vasculitis and granulomatous inflammation of the meninges and brain matter, as well as granulomatous perineuritis, were observed. The neurological manifestations of Wegener's granulomatosis involvement of the nervous system. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[Comments on childhood ammentiform psychosis mechanisms of child psychosis]

ZSADÁNYI Ottó, KLEININGER Ottó, GŐDÉNY Sára

[An 11-year-old child with an aetiologically unclear clinical presentation classified as amentiform psychosis is analysed. Results of EEG, PEG, Psychological-testing series are compared with clinical findings over a follow-up of nearly 2 years. In their opinion, neither bacteriological-virological nor psychogenic stress effects can be demonstrated due to currently available technical conditions, so that perhaps pubertal hormone disruption resulted in an anatomical functional transient harmony... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[Scientific meetings]

PÁSZTOR András, TOMKA Imre, SARKADI Ádám, PÁSZTOR Emil, JUHÁSZ János, OBÁL Ferenc, MOUSSUNG-KOVÁCS Erzsébet

[Authors report on presentations at the XII EEG Congress.]

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[A pseudopapillitis fluorescein angiográfiás diagnosztikája ]

WEINSTEIN Pál, BROOSER Gábor

[Fluorescein angiography is very useful for differentiating between congestive papillitis and pseudopapillitis. In congestive papillitis the papilla is fluorescent, in pseudopapillitis this fluorescence is not detectable on the papilla.]

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1969

[Effect of cervical lymphatic dysfunction on EEG after tonsillectomy]

OBÁL Ferenc, SZABON József, BÖRCSÖK Edit, FÖLDI Mihály

[Tonsillectomy shifts the EEG in the direction of slowing down, because this operation leads to a transient disturbance of cervical lymph flow and thus to a transient subclinical lymphostatic encephalopathy. ]