Clinical Neuroscience

[Scientific meetings]

VÁMOSI Bertalan1,4, HALÁSZ Péter1, ZSADÁNYI Ottó1,4, VELOK Gy.1, HIDASI J.1, BOCZÁN G.1, TOMKA Imre, SARKADI Ádám, ZETTNER Sebő, CALCAINAU C.2, POPESCU-TISMANA G.2, BUDAI R.2, HASZNOS Tivadar3, GOMBI Róza4, ENGÁRT Gizella4, BOCZÁN Gábor4, SZÁK János, BOCZÁN János5, SZAMOSI Mária5, B. SÁRMÁNY Judit6, TÓTH Sándor6,7,9,10, SZLÁVIK László8, HARSÁNYI Ferenc11

APRIL 01, 1969

Clinical Neuroscience - 1969;22(04)

[Authors report on scientific sessions held at the XII EEG Congress.]


  1. Debreceni Orvostudományi Egyetem Ideg-és Elmeklinika
  2. Neurológiai Intézet, Bucarest
  3. Budapesti Orvostudományi Egyetem I. sz. Neurológiai és Psychiatriai Klinika
  4. Debreceni Orvostudományi Egyetem Ideg-Elmeklinika
  5. Bugát Pál Kórház
  6. Budapesti Orvostudományi Egyetem II. sz. Szemklinika és a Budapesti Orvostudományi Egyetem Gerontológiai Kutató Csoport
  7. BOTE, Gerontológiai Kutató Csoport
  8. Műszeripari Kutató Intézet, BOTE Gerontologiai Kutató Csoport
  9. Műszeripari Kutató Intézet, BOTE Gerontológiai Kutató Csoport
  10. BOTE, Gerontológiai Kutató Csoport, MTA Központi Fizikai Kutató Intézet, Budapest
  11. BOTE, Gerontológiai Kutató Csoport, MTA Köz ponti Fizikai Kutató Intézet, Budapest



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[The histological structure of human muscle spindles and innervation ]


[We used a large muscle biopsy from our clinic to investigate how muscle spindles behave in different muscle diseases. However, in many cases, the muscle fragments excised for diagnostic purposes did not contain muscle spindles or only a small number of them. The data in the literature refer mainly to animal muscle spindles (see further as ms). Therefore, the histopathological evaluation of the observed muscle spindle images was difficult. There have been few studies on pathological lesions of human ms. For this reason, we aimed to collect first of all experiences on normal human io. The present study deals with the structure and innervation of normal human io. Our next paper will deal with the development of the ms, and our third paper will discuss the pathophysiological changes of the ms in different neurologically important muscle diseases. ]

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[Arrangement of the Rorschach test items]

PETHŐ Bertalan

[In summary, the record paints a picture of a mentally mildly and unevenly retarded, eccentric, self-contained, not very well hidden from others and ambivalently experienced autistic world of a psychopath. The most recognisable is the antisocial psychopath described by Boss (1913), characterised by passivity and lack of self-control, and the data on the quality of his individual world. Circular psychosis, schizophrenia and organic psychosyndrome can already be ruled out by conventional evaluation. In the course of the test, a certain positive development of the personality is to be expected, but there are serious forces working against this, such as the F-unbest. descriptio at the end of the test and the TA response, which emerged in the post-test during the relaxation of censorship, and which indicates a serious generational-familial conflict. In any case, psychotherapy, especially on the basis of further exploration, now gaining new thematic fodder, has an absolute indication, because it allows us to put into practice the gains that a more human, comprehensive and deeper understanding of the patient beyond the label "oligophrenia" or "postprocessual schizoidia" has given us in the extended test evaluation.]

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[Data for submicroscopy of panencephalitis. B Intranuclear inclusions, virus-like particles in demyelination and its course]


[In the second stage of processing of biopsy material from the right peristriatai of the right peripheral area of a patient with panencephalitis, the intranuclear inclusions found are more often classified as group II, less often as group I, according to Bouteille's classification, usually resembling a twisted cotton-mat ring with a clear halo around it. Osmiophilic, electrodense-centred, "viral-mimetic" particles are found in large numbers, most often in neurocytes. Their number suggests that the particulate is predominantly transported to the extracellular space from the disintegration of neurocytes. In our study, 27% of the particles are able to reach the CSF space. This puts the extraction of particles from liqur in perspective. The myelin degradation starts from the Ranvier's confinement and follows an axofugal direction. Electrophysiologically, as well as clinicopathologically, the study of panencephalitis is attributed to pathological informative, pathological integrative, and pathological energetic factors. Further studies are ongoing.]

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[Neurological complications of multiple myeloma]


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