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Diabetes Mellitus and Insipidus
  • L. Mosonyi
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 17 October 1964
TLDR
The basic conclusions reached by me in 1961 was that the human brain develops functionally by definite stages and that the forebrain is inactive during the first six months of post-natal life, which helps in understanding the different forms of epilepsy and allows a clear-cut delineation between epilepsy and hysteria. Expand
Oat-cell bronchial carcinoma and catecholamine production.
TLDR
SIR, Mr. Wallace Barr (26 June, p. 758) has presented an excellent survey of abdominal swelling, and three more conditions should be allowed to add. Expand
On the diffusion of penicillin.
[Contributions to the clinical picture and diagnosis of hormonal autosensitization].
Bronchial oat-cell cancer producing ACTH, serotonin and catecholamine.
Carcinoma and Cushing's Syndrome
  • L. Mosonyi
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 4 November 1961
With regard to Dr. Rose's second point, two factors are concerned: (1) the change in osmolarity of the btood and (2) an alteration in the electrolyte balance. When both are affected concurrently (asExpand
Oddi's sphincter spasm in hypocalcaemia of dogs.
TLDR
It is suggested that the spasm is elicited by increased smooth muscle excitability as a consequence of the hypocalcaemic state prevailing in the body. Expand
[Allergy and the nervous system].
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