János Gáll

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316 psychiatric patients--predominantly out-patients--with a clinical diagnosis of neurosis (International Classification of Disease), were given an interview schedule for assessing personality disorders. Nearly two fifths were rated as having personality disorder, the anankastic type being the most common and sociopathic personality disorder the least.(More)
Seven patients are described, who presented with a history of recurrent episodes of erythema multiforme and who were subsequently found to be sensitive, by patch testing, to benzoic acid. Advice on avoidance of benzoic acid resulted in resolution of attacks in four patients, but three patients who were not able to adhere to an exclusion diet continued to(More)
We report a case of gastric obstruction due to hyalinization of the antrum. The endoscopic appearance of the lesion was suggestive of Crohn's disease or gastric neoplasm. Biopsy showed pseudopolypous gastritis with ulceration and fibroid granulation. Surgery was carried out to relieve the obstruction. Examination of the resected specimen showed massive(More)