Clinical Neuroscience - 1985;38(10)

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1985

[Differential predictive validation of disease outcome in endogenous psychoses]

PETHŐ Bertalan, KELEMEN András, TOLNA Judit, KARCZAG István, BORNEMISZA Eszter, BITTER István

[In a controlled follow-up catamnestic study (Budapest 2000) of endogenous psychoses (n=228), predictive factors were measured in relation to five catamnestic factors (including one factor representing pure social adjustment disorders) in the whole patient population, and then differentiated according to different classifications. We found that the predictive role of some factors is inversely related along different disease dimensions, and the predictive significance of many factors is nozo or... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1985

[Vertebral rheography and arteriography in cases of vertebrobasilar circulation disorders ]

OSZLÁNSZKY Ottó

[The author compares the results of arterial vertebral arteriography in 35 patients with vertebrobasilar circulatory insufficiency secondary to uncovertebral arthrosis with the data of selective arterial vertebral regression using the Pratesi method. The clinical picture of the patients showed symptoms of cervical encephalic syndrome. In 7 patients, arteriography showed no abnormal morphology, pathomechanically considered as a consequence of periarterial autonomic plexus irritation, in 15... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1985

[Diagnostic significance of the corneo-mandibular reflex]

RÉVÉSZ Tamás, LEEL-ŐSSY Lóránt

[The authors have established the significance of the corneo-mandibular reflex in 62 cases of primary or secondary brainstem lesions and consider it a valuable sign in establishing a localization diagnosis. It is distinguished from the so-called liberation reflexes and, unlike these, the occurrence of this reflex has not been shown to be characteristic in Parkinson's syndrome or senile dementia. In the opinion of the authors, the so-called slow form of the reflex indicates a ponto-mesencephalic... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

OCTOBER 01, 1985

[Book review]

MOLNÁR Gyula

[E. S. Vizi and K. Magyar: Regulation of Transmitter Function: Basic and Clinical Aspects - Akadémiai Kiadó - Budapest, 1984]