Clinical Neuroscience - 2002;55(01-02)

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

[Endo-sonographic anatomy of the ventricular system]

REISCH Róbert, RESCH Klaus, PERNECZKY Axel

[A preclinical cadaver study was performed to test a transendoscopic sonographic probe for neurosurgery. In 25 fresh post-mortem adult human cadaver with a total of 39 endo-sonographic dissections in the ventricular system were carried out. A sonograph with an outer diameter of 6 F was used and radial sonograms were made by a realtime image technique. First results showed precise imaging, comparable to a CT in a neighbouring area of 3 cm. In this publication, the authors describe the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

[Treatment of migraine in hypertension and ischemic heart disease]

FICZERE Andrea, CSIBA László

[Migraine is a common disorder with a prevalence of 9-10% in Hungary. Migraine can be accompanied by hypertension and/or ischemic heart disease sometimes in younger patients, but more frequently in the elderly, which is important for therapeutical considerations. The article reviews the literature with special focus on hypertension and coronary heart disease. In the second part, the authors summarize their experiences on headache patients.]

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

[Contemporary interpretation of rehabilitation]

KULLMANN Lajos

[The study selects some changing and developing aspects of the contemporary considerations of rehabilitation and relates them closely to neurological rehabilitation. Functional diagnostics aims at the assessment of impairments and functioning. Several internationally recognized methods of neurological rehabilitation have already been adapted in Hungary. Author emphasises the use of International classification of functioning, disability and health, officially accepted by the Assembly of the... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

[Chemotherapy of recurrent supratentorial malignant gliomas (Phase II study)]

ÁFRA Dénes, SIPOS László, VITANOVICS Dusan

[At the Hungarian National Institute of Neurosurgery 73 recurrent supratentorial malignant tumours were treated by chemotherapy during the last ten years. Chemotherapy was applied after postoperative radiotherapy but in some cases following reoperation only. All cases were clinically and by CT or MRI verified recurrences. Forty-three patients received BCNU-DBD (dibromodulcitol) treatment (23 anaplastic astrocytoma - AA, and 20 glioblastoma multiforme - GM): day 1. BCNU 150 mg/sq.m. in iv.... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

[Intracranial cholesterol granulomata]

LEEL-ŐSSY Lóránt, BARLA Sándor, TÖRÖK Pál, SZÕLLÕSI Béla

[In the development of a cholesterol granuloma both cellular and vascular permeability factors have to be taken into consideration. It may arise as a special degradation product in a chronic cerebral infarct because of the partial insufficient activity of the macrophages. Consequently, the degradation of brain sphingolipids and other compounds does not follow the usual route of degradation and transportation by granular cells to the stage of neutral fat but the necrotic mass transforms into... tovább »

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002

[Personal comments]

JANSZKY József, RÁSONYI György, BÉKÉS Judit, HOLLÓ András, HALÁSZ Péter

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 20, 2002