Clinical Neuroscience - 1985;38(03)

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1985

[The diagnostic process for psychiatrists experimental approach and comparison]

BARTKÓ György, BÉKÉSY Marian, KIS András Ákos, TOLNAI György

[The authors have attempted to approach the diagnostic process of 13 psychiatrists using two theoretical constructs - the individual diagnosis schema and the internalized nosological theory - and to compare them using mathematical statistical methods. The results justify the necessity of separating the two concepts and point to the need to pay more attention to implicit theories of analysis that differ significantly between individuals if the reliability of diagnoses is to be increased. It is... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1985

[Serum level tests to guide modern antiepileptic treatment]

RAJNA Péter, SZTANISZLÁV Dániel, BARACZKA Krisztina

[Based on literature data and the experience of measurements in two of the most relevant laboratories in this field, the authors analyze the usefulness of antiepileptic serum level determinations in guiding antiepileptic treatment. The importance of the kinetic approach is briefly outlined and the basic pharmacokinetic metrics are presented. Using these, they outline the rules for modern drug dosing and drug administration strategies. They point out the possibility of individualized, targeted... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1985

[Changes in Rosetta markers in peripheral blood of schizophrenic patients]

DEMETER József, BODOLAY Edit, SURÁNYI Péter, GÁL Róza, SZEGEDI Gyula

[The authors investigated the distribution of lymphocytes in the peripheral blood of schizophrenic patients. They observed a high degree of T lymphocytopenia in untreated forms of the disease and during acute relapses in treated patients. In addition to a decrease in T cell count, the proportion of lymphocyte subpopulations carrying IgG Fc receptor and histamine receptor increased. A moderate increase in B cell numbers was found. No appreciable differences were found in the distribution of... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

MARCH 01, 1985

[Treatment of intracranial saccular aneurysms]

TÓTH-DARU P., PERTUISET B.

[In this communication, we report the experience gained in the surgery of saccular aneurysms of the brain, the diagnostic and therapeutic methods used, and in particular the programming of the time of surgery, at the Neurosurgery Clinic of the Pitié Hospital in Paris. From 1970 to 1983, the medical history of 545 patients with saccular aneurysms operated on was reviewed. The conclusions and findings of this report are based on these. ]