Clinical Neuroscience - 1994;47(09-10)

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Evaluation of gliomas by means of multi-model techniques]

BORBÉLY Katalin

[Gliomas constitute more than 50% of brain tumours. Primary malignant forms recur within 1/2 to 1 year after surgery, and even totally removed benign forms may recur. 50% of recurrent astrocytomas are more malignant than the original tumour. The time elapsing until recurrence strongly depends on the degree of malignity and the surgical removal. However, the age of the patient also plays an important role. Survival of the patient after the establishment of diagnosis also depends on the therapy.... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Symptomps, localization of cerebral lesions and aetiology of "letter-by-letter" reading]

SÉRA László, MÁRKUS Atilla, BERNÁTH László

[The symptoms, localization of cerebral lesions and aetiology were analysed literally data of 78 patients suffering from pure alexia (letter-by-letter reading). During the 100 years since Déjerine's first case study on the issue was been published our knowledge on the clinical and pathomorphological characteristics of pure alexia has become more exact. On the one hand, clinical symptomatology has narrowed, eg. right homonymous hemianopsia is no regarded as a compulsory concomintant symptom on... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Transoral and posterior fixation for inveterated fracture of odontoid process - Case report]

VERES Róbert, LAKATOS István, KENÉZ József, PENTELÉNYI Tamás

[Combined operative treatment is reported of a fixed malpositioned type III. (according to Anderson-D'Alonso) oblique anterior odontoid process fracture. Due to the ventral and dorsal compression of the spinal canal a part of the dens and a part of the C.li body were transorally removed, and a part of the arch of the atlas also removed by a dorsal approach. The position was fixed by means of a combined method of a transoral Harms-plate and a posterior C.I.-C.II. fransarticular screwing... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Cerebral aspergillosis]

ILLÉS Zsolt, GARZULY Ferenc, BRITTIG Ferenc, PERENYEI Miklós

[Four cases of cerebral aspergillosis are reported. Brain abscesses developed in a patient with chronic alcoholism and pyogenic urogenital process, and in a baby, treated for aplastic anaemia. Haemorrhagic necroses were found in the other two cases, one of them suffered from agressive hepatitis, the other had lymphoid leukaemia. Pulmonary alterations were observed as part of generalised aspergillosis in all the cases. Early diagnosis of pulmonary processes should be emphasized as the disease... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[The effect of the cue-controlled modification of the level of vigilance on the intentional inhibition of seizure in patients with partial epilepsy]

SZUPERA Zoltán, RUDISCH Tibor, BONCZ István

[The cue-controlled modification of the level of vigilance, as one of the methods of self-control appeared to be a practicable therapeutic intervention for the intentional inhibition of epileptic seizures in some special cases of epilepsy. The authors worked out a variation of the above self-control technique, in which the aura imagined in hypnosis was associated with the change in vigilance in patients suffering from partial epilepsy, in order to enable them to try to inhibit the epileptic... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Medial thalamic infarction, atrial septal aneurysm and platelet hyperaggregability - a case report]

RÓZSA Csilla, ASBÓT Richárd, BARSI Péter, BLASKÓ György, KOMOLY Sámuel

[The history of a 23 year old male patient is reported who developed sudden disturbance of consciousness, diplopia, right hemiparesis, dysesthesia and later dementia due to medial thalamic infarction. The coexistence of atrial septal aneurysm and platelet hyperaggregability suggested microembolisation. The importance of the transesophageal echocardiography and platelet function tests in young patients with cerebral ischemia is emphasised.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Headache 1994 (some thoughts from the 2nd European Headache Conference)]

VÉCSEI László, TAJTI János, SAMSAM Mohtasham

[The purpose of this summary is to review some of the ideas from the 2nd European Headache Conference (Liège). 1. "From molecules to migraines" 2. Neurotransmitters and receptors in headache patients.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Huntington's disease: genetic diagnosis]

JAKAB Katalin

[Recently, increased repeats of the CAG trinucleotide at the chromosome 4p 16.3 locus have been detected in Huntington's disease patients. ]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Answer to comment by prof. dr. Lóránd Leél-Őssy]

TAVISKA Péter

[Taviska Péter's reply to the comment of Prof. Dr. Leél-Őssy Lóránd.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Book review]

CLEMENS Béla

[Description of the book Surgical Treatment of the Epilepsies.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Present and perspectives of Hungarian spinal surgery]

PENTELÉNYI Tamás

[The development of modern spinal surgery was due to two extraordinary personalities of Hungarian medicine. Professor Jenő Manninger, Director General of the National Institute of Traumatology, had already been promoting and organising the introduction of spinal stabilisation procedures with great energy in the mid-1970s. And Professor Tibor Riskó, as the first Hungarian sub-creator of the Harrington instrumentarium and the developer of several earlier spinal operations in Hungary, created the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Neurometabolic genetic encephalo-neuro-myopathies]

VÉCSEI László

[A better understanding of the pathomechanisms of neurological pathologies requires that modem pathochemical, morphological and genetic diagnostics gain more and more ground in clinical neurology. This is an important task not only because it allows a more accurate diagnosis of pathologies, but also because it brings us closer to the point of outpatient treatment for many diseases as therapeutic options become available. Because of this the European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS)... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Long-term monitoring of epileptics]

[Introduction, Indications for ETM, Qualifications and responsibilities of ETM staff, ETM instruments and processes, Instrumentation and workflows for long-term monitoring of behavioral and EEG symptoms of epilepsy,]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Book review]

GARZULY Ferenc, RAJNA Péter

[G. S. Barolin: Kopfschmerzen - multifactoriell Erfassung und Beobachtung (Multifactorial perception and treatment of headaches), István Bitter: Psychiatry summary of books ]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Hungarian Society of Neurologists and Mental Physicians SZOTE neurological round table]

[Characterisation and laboratory detection of Borrellia burgdorferi. Dermatological aspects of Lyme disease. Clinic and therapy of neuroborreliosis. Radiological aspects of neuroborreliosis. Pathology of Lyme disease. The role of polymerase chain reaction in the diagnosis of Lyme neuroborreliosis (journal reference).]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

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

GYÖRGY Ilona

[At its general meeting held on 08.04.1994, our company elected a new management.]

Clinical Neuroscience

SEPTEMBER 20, 1994

[Hungarian Spine Association]

[1994 scientific programme of the Hungarian Spine Association's Spine Club.]