Clinical Neuroscience - 1969;22(07)

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1969

[Data on the pathogenesis of gliomas of the corpus callosum]

POÓR Gyula

[An anatomical-localisational analysis of 12 corpus callosum glioma cases, in addition to a review of the leading psychiatric and motor symptoms, was combined with a study of the findings of radiographic contrast studies. In addition to mentioning the value of the findings obtained by the two contrast methods, we emphasize that the two radiological aids can complement each other and that, therefore, in certain cases, we consider it necessary to perform both.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1969

[Incidence of juvenile metachromatic leukodystrophy familiaris]

ABONYI Eszter, AMBRÓZY György, ANTAL János, BENKE Bálint, HÁMORI József

[Authors discuss the relatively rare juvenile-type matachromatic leukodystrophy (M.L.) familiaris. In our cases, the first symptom was forced feeding, followed by extrapyramidal symptoms and movement disorders. Total CSF protein was moderately elevated only in our more severe case. The peripheral nerve conduction was characteristically slowed. Chromosomal analysis of fvs cultures showed no abnormalities. Cultured chromosome analysis in both patients showed no abnormality. In both patients,... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JULY 01, 1969

[The importance of modern serological tests in the diagnosis and therapy of neurological disorders]

LAX Vera, KLEIN Magda

[Specific treponema assays were performed in the blood serum of 115 patients, both to provide serological evidence of clinically suspected neurolues without a history of luesian disease and to inform further treatment or management of patients with a known history of previously treated neurolues. Accordingly, the patient population was divided into 3 groups: group I for cases suspected of having neurolues, group II for cases with positive treponema reactions, group III for cases with known... tovább »