Clinical Neuroscience - 1993;46(01-02)

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Relation of acute and long-therm care of the spinal-cord-injured patients in up-to-date management]

KLAUBER András, ZSOLCZAI Sándor, PENTELÉNYI Tamás, MOLNÁR Ferenc

[The acute emergency management of the spinal-cord-injured patients is one of the most important steps in the long-lasting complex treatment which has great significance for the final results. The method of primary neurosurgical operation must be chosen with regard to the special aspects of subsequent rehabilitation. All conditions of emergency surgery have to be assured during the first 6-8 hours. According to the experiences of the last two decades the problems of the management of... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Tethered cord syndrome in adults]

VÁRADY Péter, BENOIST György, PÁSZTOR Emil

[The tethered cord syndrome is resulted from the abnormally low position and traction of the conus medullaris in the lumbosacral region, that leads to progressive dysfunction of the caudal spinal segments. It originates from various ectodermal abnormalities, all due to errors of embryonic development in the 3rd-4th weeks. The disorder is manifested by progressive motor, sensory and trophic deficits in the legs and by incontinence. The adult onset is rare. The MRI is the most important procedure... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Operative treatment of craniocervical instabilities caused by rheumatoid arthritis]

TURÓCZY László, KENÉZ József, VERES Róbert, NAGY Aladár, PÁSZTOR Emil

[We have investigated and operatively treated 30 patients with craniocervical instabilities caused by rheumatoid arthritis. The evaluation of this patient-material seems to be important, because the indications of operations in the different stages of the disease are not completely clear, according to our knowledge. The atlanto-axial instabilities at the beginning stage, when the serious neurologic signs are absent, can be treated with low risk dorsal stabilization, while we believe the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Our experiences in the conservative treatment of the compression fractures of the thoracolumbar spine]

URBÁN Ferenc, TAKÁCS Ferenc

[The authors at the DOTE Department of Traumatology made follow-up examinations of 136 patients treated for compression fractures of the thoracolumbar spine. 63 patients (46,3%) were treated with plaster corset, 73 patients (53,7%) with modified Magnus method. They compared the two methods of treatment for their possibilities and effectiveness. They used plaster corset after reposition in females under 55 years of age and in males under 60 years of age, if the patients' physical and general... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Lumbar small joint instability and the low back pain]

SIKÓ Ildikó, ZÁBORSZKY Zoltán, KOVÁCS Zsombor, VAJDA Olga

[Lumbar facet arthopathy is an important cause of the low back pain. Observation of history, clinical evaluation and paraclinical investigation suggest, that as cause of low-back pain, among others, the lumbar small joint instability is present. The special symptomatology, intra-articular facet block and the CT scan in Twist-position" can confirm facet joint disease. Authors report on their experiences gained in 20 cases. The method of selection and the earliest results are described.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Herniated disc operation without complication in a case of haemophilia A]

SZAPPANOS László, BODA Zoltán, SZÜCS Gabriella

[The authors present a case of herniated diso operation in a haemophilic A patient whose bleeding disorder had not been diagnosed earlier. They draw attention to the importance of inquiring about haemophilia in the case of surgery and the laboratory screening tests. Special aspects of preoperative examinations, the operation and follow-up treatment are described.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Follow-up of change of peroneus muscle strenght following discus herniation with computed pedobarograph]

TÓTH Kálmán, KORBAY Istvánné, TARJÁNYI János

[The authors show the application possibilities of the use of the dinamic computed pedobarograph as a new examination procedure in the lesions of the peroneus muscle-group, which has an active role in the supporting of the arches of the foot and during the dinamic of walking. Have found that the examination of the power of the foot to the ground and the contact area of the foot in function of time is suitable for the following of the degree in the lesion of the muscle-group. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Acute neurosurgical management of severe thoraco-lumbar spinal injuries]

ZSOLCZAI Sándor, PENTELÉNYI Tamás, TÚRÓCZY László, VERES Róbert

[Authors show their experiences with up-to-date segmental stabilization methods in the acute neurosurgical management of severe thoraco-lumbar spinal injuries. Among the 134 acute operations during 5 years with at least 1 year follow-up 81 were performed by Fixateur Interne (AO-ASIF, W. Dick), and 53 by angle-stable posterior plate-fixation (Steffee or Eger plates). Reduction, decompression and stabilization were achieved by these instrumentations. Results are evaluated from the points of view... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Hungarian Society of Neurologists and Mental Doctors]

NAGY Zoltán, FAZEKAS András

[At its meeting held in Zalaegerszeg on October 2-3, 1992, the Professional College of Neurology reviewed the situation of Hungarian neurology in detail.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Report]

LEEL-ŐSSY Lóránt

[Report of the International Society of Neuropathology Executive and General Assembly Council Meeting and the 32nd Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Neuropathologists Meeting]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Hungarian Neurological Society]

BROCK Mario

[Presidential Address held on the occasion of the European Course of Neurosurgery in Jerusalem on September 10. 1992]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Hungarian EEG and Clinical Neurophysiological Society]

HALÁSZ Péter

[Proceedings of the 6th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology. Congress proceedings. Report of the General Assembly of the Hungarian EEG and Clinical Neurophysiology Society. Course in clinical neurophysiology wadham college, oxford march 28- april 2 1993.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Society of Pediatric Neurology, Neurosurgery, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry]

GYÖRGY Ilona, NEUWIRTH Magda

[Preliminary themes for the 1993 Congress. Summer camp for children with epilepsy.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Hungarian Society of Neuroradiology]

VÁRALLYAY György

[The Hungarian Neurological Society held its III Congress in Győr on 15-16 October 1992. Report of the General Assembly of the Neurological Society. Bulletin of the Hungarian Society of Neuroradiology.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Hungarian branch of the International Antiepileptic League]

RAJNA Péter

[Scheduled program of the 20th International Epilepsy Congress in 1993.]

Clinical Neuroscience

JANUARY 20, 1993

[Hungarian Spine Association]

[The 1993 scientific programme of the Hungarian Spine Society.]