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BMTIC, T. Chromcoomes and *sex chromosomes* and their practical application in cyto-genetics. Lijac vjes 82 noe6s515-519 160. (CHROMOSOMES) BERITIC, T. Medical terminology in the light of now orthography. Lijecn. vjesn. 83 no-4:390-392 161. (NOICNOLATURE) DRIUMCP I.; BUITIC, T. Toxicity of streptoyqoin, Lijew, vjevn, 83 no,9:923-926 161, (STRUTWGIN toxicol) BIRITICp T. "timm. Lijeen. ~Yjesn. 83 no.10:1082-1085 161. (MUSHROW toxi ool) FRPIC-MJICI D.Q!!LTIC~ T. Clinical sign~fioance of mapiesium. Lijeen. vjesn. 83 no.2:176-181 161. (MAGNESIUM) 0. RADONIG, M.; BERITIGj T. Current concepts of gastroduodema ulcer. Idjean. vjesn. 83 no.4: 387-390 161. (PEPTIC ULCER) KULCARO Z-J-.~~C~ Psychological aspects of malignant tumors. Lijecn. vjesn. 83 no.6:629-631 161. (NEOPIASMS pshchol) HORVAT . V. ; WITIGj- T. . Symptoms in duodenal rupture. Lijeen. vjesn. 83 no.WW-811 161. (DUODLIMi wds & inj) STAHUI.TAK,; I N Hygienic problems of owimming pools. Lijean. vjesn. 83 no.8: 812-814 161. (SWIMMING POOLS) MUTIC, M.; BERITIC., T, _ Mucoviocidosis. Lijeen. vjeon, 83 no.12:1274-1276 161. (PANCRUTIC CYSTIC FIBROSIS) BEKTICp T. Favism in Yugoslavia. Lijecn. vjesn. 84 no.2:171-173 162. (FAVISM) BMTIC,_T. World situatIon of sma-Upox. Lijeen. vjesn. 84 no.2:179-180 162. (S OX epidemiol) BERITIC, T.; STAHUIJAXt D. ----------- ~ Nickel. Lijecn. vjesn. 83 no.5:506-r 161. (WICKEL to)d . I JURETico M.1 BERITIOp T. Fatal herpes (generalized herpes simplex) - Lijeen. vjeon. 83 no.6-. 632-634 '61. (W!.RFFZ) k-M-ICKVIC, Ana, dr. L-BERITIC, Tihomil, dr. Occupational diseases and intoxications treated it the department of ocoupational diseases in 1960. Lijeen. vjesn. 83 no.10:1063-1067 161. 1. Iz Odjela za profeoionalne bolsoti Instituta za madicinska Istra- z1vanja i nedicinu rada JAZU i Interne klinike Madicinskog fakulteta u Zagrebu. (OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES ther) (POISONING ther) PPYIC-MAJIG, Danioaj SARICO M.; BMITIC, T.; URSANC, Edits, Effect of various therapeutic doses of tho ETTA complexon on clinical and laboratory symptoms of lead poisoning. Arh. hig. rada 13 no.1;29-43 162. 1. Institut za medicinska istrazivvaja i medicinu rada, Zagreb. (LEAD POISONING) (EDATHAMIL) BERITIC T,;- MARKICMC~ A. Direct transpiration -:an accepted metbod of artificial respiration. Lijacn. vjean. 84 no.101-4 W. (RESPIRATION ARTIFICIAL) IPUTIC., Tihmil,, dr.; STAHWAK, Dimja, dr.; SARIC, Mrko, dr. Electric current injuries. Lijean. vJesn. 84 no.2;159-169 162. ,1. Iz Instituta za modicinska istrazivanja i medicinu rada i Skole'narodno'g %dravlja "A. Stampar" u Zagrebu. (ELECTRICITY) BERITIC, T.; ASPER03M, Z. .SyAoope episodes. IdJocn. vleva. 84 no.4t365-367 962. (SYNCOPZ) BERITIC, T. ; MARXIOBVIOp A. Teratogenic effects of glutarimide derivatives, Lijeen. vjesn. 81+ no,7.*698-701 (PHOCCRELIA) (THALIDOMIDE) BERITIC v T. infusion of nuida in emergency conditions in general practice. Lijeen. viesn. 84 no.7t679-688 162. (PwMCIES) (INMIONS FARENTERAL) BFMTIC, Tihomil, dr. - - --------------- ~--l Drowning. Lijecn. vjesn. 84 no-8:797-805 162. 1. Iz Instituta za medicinalmistrazivanja i medicinu rada i iz Interne klinike 14adioinskog fakultata u Zagrebu. (DROWNING) (RESUSCITATION) YUGOSLMIA Prof Dr T. IBERITIC-L'%g Mat Ion not state(i) "Endocrine Crises." Zagreb, Lijjcy~i~k,~_-~Jesnik, Vol 84. Nlo 11, Abstract: A shorr. review of some recent ItteraLtire on hyp,~~-r- am, ~y,j,-o-tl-iy-roid ant;i-gnncles; 12 Western and I '~.Iugo!;Iav referet,cc- LI / 1 YUGOSIAVIA6 Prof Dr T+ BERITIC and Dr AIIR WAMOW", [Affiliation pot sot.,Atbe~j ulth -kil.=1 Vancv&." ZeExqb~ Ojecricel V~esnik' V6.1 84' R~l 12, Doe 62! Ilp 1258-125~;-. Abutract: A rapid .0i subjac~t, ~,oncautrtiting rvialy or, iA-crovp-ic '~~ovff&;t tona, itted for And uvefulnqss of sto-rolds uad covrlaxitiex of ailkphylactic stv-).cir r-rcm b%~;: stirips. tight Ytt8oslav brd 20 ItJcsu~irn re"a. BERITIC, T. "Motochemical observations on the content of polysacchariae in the psamom bc?dies of ovarian serous papillary eystaaenoinas and eystadenofibromse" by [Ginakolooko-akuserska klinike. ~bdicinskog fakulteta, Beograd] B.Baric. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul so Youg 7 no.3189' Je 162. *Anemia due to pellaga" by [Interno odeljenje Opote bolmice u Banja Luci) A.Mikes.' Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul so Youg 7 no.3: 89 Je 06~. Ow EWTIC, T. *A now contribution to the study of poll W a in the province of Boaanska Krajina" by (Dispenser za kozne bolesti, Banja Luka, i Centralni higijenski samod NR Bosns i Hercegovina, Sarajevo] T. Salamon, Z.Jevtic, and R.Karamahmedovic. Reviewed by T.Baritic. Bul so Youg 7 no.309 Je 062. EZRITIC, T. . - "Larval sideropenia in pregnancy" by [Interni odjel Opee bolnice Susak, Rijeka] B.Kopajtic, V.Kogoj-BakIc, and D.Smokvina. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul so Youg 7 no.3:90 A 162. BRRITICv T. Montribution to the study of experimental arthrose in large articulations" by [Madioinaki fakultet i Veterinarski fakultet Univerziteta, Beograd] D.Milonevic, B.MLsic, S.Popovic, M.Dosen, and B.DirAitrijovic, Revieved by T.Berittic. Bul sc Youg 7 no.31 90 je 162. BERITIC, T. *The effect of hunan serum (plasma) on the reticulocyte count innan" by [Interni odJel Opee bo3zice Susak, Rijeka] M.Premuzic. Reviewed by T.Beritic. %a so Youg 7 no.3:90 Je 162. ERRITIC. T. "Pulmonary changes in the courseof measles" by [Klinika za infektivne bolesti Medicinskog fakulteta u Beogradu i Institut, za tubarkulozu M Srbije, Beograd] X.Moci(;, D.Putnik, J.Pavlovic, and M.Petrovic. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul se Youg 7 no.3290 is 162. 41 BMTIC T. "The influence of an isolated way of living on the adenohypophvsal system of rate" by (Neuropsihijatrijska klinika i Zavod za patofiziologiju Pledicinskog fakulteta, Zagreb] D.Blazovic and M. Bozovic. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul se Youg 7 no-3:91 Je 162. F - =TXI-T-.- "Blood clotting changes in bypothermia* by [Interns klinika Medicinskog fakulteta i Institut a& medicinska istrasivanja JTAZD, Zagreb) I.Simonovic, A.Adamec, and K.Kostial. Reviewed by T. Beritic. Bul so Youg 7 no-3:91 Je '62. EERITIC P T. r- "Formalin atthritis in Sensitized ratsm by [K:Linika za ocne bolesti i Farmakoloski institut Medicinskog fakulteta, Skopje] A. Keekarovski and B. Nikodijevic. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul so Youg 7 no.3s9l Je 162. .- BERITB,-T,-. "Sme observations on the effect of prednisone in the treatment of 44 cases hemoblastosis and 2 cases of po3,*cythemia rubra vera" by (Interni. odjel Opce bolnice "Dra M.Stojanovica", Zagreb] Lj. Popovic.. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul ac Youg 7 no.3:91 Je 162. 1~ BERITIC, T. "Elements for an enlarged diagnostic application of the arboriza- tion test" by (Ginakoloako-akusersko odeljenje Opste bolnice, Pristine] S.Durisio. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul. so Youg 7 no.3: 91 Je 162, -x BERITIC, To OBiochemical and hiatolpgical changes of the liver in rheumatoid asthritis" by (Interne Vlinika Medicindkog fakulteta Sveucilista, Zagreb] L.Kallal. Revieved by T.Beritic. Bul ac Youg 7 no.33 91-92 Je 162. BERITICt T. hemangio-endotheliomal sarcoma of the spleeng by [Patolosko-anatomaki zavod Medicinskog fakulteta, Svelucilista, Zagreb] A.Urbanke. Reviewed by T.Beritic. Bul se Youg 7 no.3s92 Je 162, BERTITIC,- T.-; SARIC., M. Clinical and pathopbysiological aspects of saturism. Arh. hig. rada 13 no.1:45-67 162. 1. Institut as medicineks. istr44vanija i medicinu rada u Zagrebu. (ILU POISONING) 5 BERITIC, T. Iatrogenic acoidentii. Lijecn. vjesn. 84 no.9.'938-939 162. (IATFMENIC DISEASES) I. . 5 ITIC. T. .6- *Bornholm disease in lugoolevia" by [Bolnica za zarazne boleeti# Z&Mb] P. Mihaljoviot M, Baoun, B. Bozjakp 0, Forluga, &I.Helleubsch, M. X*s9vio ud Z. Kosutio. Reviewed by T. Beritio.JR, Bul so Youg 7 no.1/2:55 F-Ap 162. 1. Rideoteur dlextraits, vWletin soientifique.0 BERITIC, T. "Takayaohu disease" by (Interni odJel Opoe bolnice 'Dra M. Stojanovicapt.-Zagrobj Lj. Baric. Revieved by T. Beritio. Bul se Youg 7 no.3./2,55 F-Ap 162o 1. Rddacteur dlextraitsp Wletin scientifique.0 w SARIG, M.; PRPIG-MIJIG, Danicaj J~~~ Activity of ser= transaminase in workers exposed to carbon tetrachloride. Arh. hig. rada 13 no.1:19-27 162. 1. Institut za medicinska intrazivanja i medicinu rada, Zagreb. (AMINOTRANSFERASES) (CARBON TETRACHLORIDE POISONING) 3 SM03, M.; BERITI10, T.; MIMICA, M. kcase of severe lead encephalopathy, in an adult treated with a chelating agent. Arh. hig. rada 13 no.2:107-313 162. 1. Institut za madicinsku istrazivanja i medicinu'rada i Interna kliniks Medicinskog fakulteta u Zagrebu. * (IRAD POISONING) * (BRAIN DISEASES) (EDATHAMIL) MARKICEVIO, Ana; !~SRITIC T 4 cameo of tetraethyl lead poisoning. 4Lrh hig. rada 13 no.4:3n-,1,17 162. 1. Institut za medicinska intraoivanja i medicinu rada, Zagreb. (I4D POISONING) BERITICs T. Endocrine crisis. Lijean. vjesn. 84 no.3.1:.U59-2160 162. (EMCRIN6LOGY) (MMMNCIES) 5 MARKICEVIC, Ana; _PM UTqj_1T. Occupational diseases and intoxications in the department of Occupational Diseases from 1953-1962, Arh. hig. rada.14 no.4t299-306 163. 1. Odjel za profsaionalne boleati Inatituta za medicinska istrazivanja i medicinu rada Jugoolavenoke akademie znanosti i umjetnoti i Interne klinike Medicinskog fakultete, u Zagrebu. M.; BERITIC, T. Surgical treatment ot bronchial asthma. 72-73 163. 1- 7 ,YUGOSLAVIA Dr V. LUETIC and Prof Dr To BERITIC [Affiliation not Siven] "Twist and Trauma." JikiLr~ik, Vol 85, No 2, 1963; pp 190-191. Za3reb, ~U~~nkc~ V Abstract: Brief review of the anatomical and orthopedic reasons for the 5 types of knee and tibial injuries that may be sustained in dancing the twist. Two French and 2 US-references. -------------------------------- m------- ........................ YUGOMAVIA BERITICt Prof Dr T. faffiliation not give2n. "Eye Disorders in Leukemia and Other Instances of Remoblastosia.11 Zagreb. Lijecnioki Vjesn 9 Vol 85, No 8. 1963, pp 893-894. Abstract: The author reviews recent world literatureq including one article in which 50 percent of a group of 76 oases of terminal leukemia was described as having changes in the eyes. Such changes were more common in acute leukemia than in chronic leukemia. Histological changer, consisted mainly of leukemic infiltrations and hemorrhages in various combinations and with varying severity. Vascular structures in the eye were the most commonly affected tissues. The author acknowledges that a review of changes in the eyes in oasea of leukemia and other instances of hemoblastovisp some of which are extremely rare, may appear without great practical value but that eye symptoms as the first manifestation of the leukemic process can eauso differential-diagnostio confusion be- cause of the early lack of systematic disturbances. Ton references (eight Western, one each Soviet and Yugoslav). 1/1 BERITICt T. Ocular diseases in leukemias and other hemoblastoses. Lijacn. vjesn. 85 no.8t893-894 t63. I (LEUKHMA) (OFHMMOLOGY) S I REIM,, Josip.. dr.; VURDEWA, Bosiljka., dr.; BERITIC, Tihomil, dr. I Plilmokiary infiltraUm vith eosinophilias Lijean. vjean, 85 no-10: =5-3230 1639 lo Iz Interne klinike Hadicinakog fakulteta u Zagrebu. s BERITIC3,Tihomil,, dr. Acute poisoning vith hypnotics and sedatives. Lijecn. vjesn. 85 no.10:nn-niq 163* 1. Iz Inatituta za nedicinska istrazi-vanja i medicinu rada JAZU i Interne k-linilke Medicinskog fakulteta u Zagrebu. S BERITIGjT* Urticaria in theory and practice. L jcm. vliesn. 85 1393-1396 D'63 B M TIC, Tihomil, dr. A modern hand atomizer for the aerosol therapy of asthma. Lijeni. vjesn. 86 no.42501-504 Ap 164 I* Iz Interna klinika Modivinokog fakiateta u Zagrabue BERITIC T.- PRPIC-MAJIC, Danica; MARK, B.; MARXICEVIC, An&; VURDRJA, P -Iljka Pneumoconiosis capsed by hard metal dust. Arh. hig. rada 14 no.4t261-268 163. i 1. Institut za medicinska istrazivanja i medicinu rada, Zavod za radiologiju i Interna klinika Medicinskog fakulteta, Zagreb. BMITIC, T. Smoking, diseasea and health education. Lijecn. vjesn. 86 no.Ut3409-143.1 N 1 64. BERITIC,, Tihomi,l,,.Or.,,-,, Important signs in bed-side diaposis of poisoning. Li.,e-.-n. vjesn. 87 no.8:869-877 Ag 165. 1. 1z Interne klinike Medicinakog fakulteta i Instituta za medicinska istrazivanja i medicinu rada JAZU u Zagrebu. YUGOSLAVIA- 0 PRPIC-MAJIC, IDanica; SARIC, and KERSANC, Antonija; Institute for'Medical Research and Occupational Medicine (Institut za medicinska istrazivanja i medicinu rada,) Zagreb. "Use of Smaller Therapeutic Doses of the -Chelating Agent EDTA in Lead Poisoning" Zagreb, Arhiv za Medicinu Rada i Toksilcologoiju, vol 16, No 2, 1965; pp 125-128. Abstract [English summary modified] : Study in 17 workers suffering from lead poisoning and treated with varying doses of up to 2.4 Gm /day of EDTIA indicates that this highest dose is best from the standpoint of effectiveness while apparently irreproachable as to safety. Four tables; 1 Yugoslav and 11 Western references; ms rec 20 Apr 65. 24 YUGOSLAVIA ER I I Iji-I-LIQW;~ of Internal cledicii-se- o-F f"he Facult~- of til'j ;o Clinic -VnTv_d_rsity (Intorna klinika "Iedicinskoj fakult~!ta Sv,~ucillsca). Za~m:L, "Alupont in tho Troatrmnt o-11' Asthrlia" ,ireb. Lijacnickl' Vjasnik, Vol 83. No 3, Au,ust 1~40; pp S65-972 Za, .61 Abstract [English sumary modified]: Troatmiont witii orclprcrialln (a~ta- protenorol, Alupent o? the Uorman Boahringx Conpany) JA 84 pationts (including 13 hospitalized) with bronchial asthma;in G,2' (21 ;ioapftalized) with chronic bronchitis or empAysema; mostly per or-ally as tablets or occasionally subcutaneously; only in 5 of the patients parcritarally only. Good results; offective bronchodilation with miniral central and cardio- vascular stimulation. One Czech, I Yu(joslav, 31 Wastarii rulfcrwicos. Manuscript recaivad 12 Jul 66. 1/1 BERITASHVILI I S. -7-~ st- Role of different areas of the brain in the conditioned behavioral activity. Trudy Inst. fiziol, AN Gruz. SSR 139 3-14 163. (MMA, 17:6) S/259/62/000/009/001/001 E073/E335 'AUTHOR: Deritashvili I. Academician TITLE: Orientation in space PERIODICAL: Nauka i tekhnika, no. 9, 1962, 9 - 14 TEXT: This is:a general article on orientation in space, defined as the ability of Man,and animals to localize the position of objects relative to each other in their environment after havirg -sensed them. From',such sensing Man (Or animals) visualizes the orrangement in spa"qe of various objects and is able consciously to move-towards thtm even if he can no longer see or sense them. I&xperiments with anivials, children, deaf'and blind people showed. that orientation in space was mainly based on stimuli received by the visual, auditive and labyrinthal receptors, separately or combined. Kinetic stimuli do not Dlay an imoortant role. Card 1/1 BEIUTASIIVILI, S I. MUTM -2~ Changes In the nerve cells of the cerebral cortex caused b strychnine. Trudy Inst. fisiol. AN Grus SSR 12:137-145 161. (Mak 15:2) (OMWMAL CORTEXI ~ (STRYCHNINE) BERITASHMI., 1. S. (Thilisio USSR) I"The structural basis of the psychic activity of the cerebral cortex" Report submitted to the 7th Intl. Congress of Neurology, Rome) Italy) 10-15 Sep 61 BERITASHVILlp Ivan SoUwwvlchj KWASOVp SAI rod, 10-Tai GUSIKOVA, O*M.O [Nerve moobanime of the bebavior of the hLgher vertebrate animals] HervrWe =kbwd=W povederAla vyoobikb powronochrqkh abivotrykh. Mookyag Isd-vo Akad. nmuk SM, 1961, 355 p. (MM 2417) (NMOUS Sys=) (MCBOIM t MSIOWGICAL) IE[RITAMVILI, I.S., red. Eaagry conferences) Gagre1de besedy. Pod Dbahchei red. I.S. Beritashvili. Tbilisi, Akad.ueuk Grusinskoi SSR, 1960. Vol.3. [The mechanism of the formation of temporary nerve connections] Nekhanism abrasoveniia vremannykh nervnykh evianei. 1960. (NM 14:2) (MTOUS STSM) IERITOV) I. so See also; BFqITASHVIUs 1. S. Ccorgian name was Rimsiartized in 1949 to BERITOV, 1. S. t so -or r A- k 1-7 1 AA 10 er a 111~. 0 .-1'- - ---I--- -I 7 MIC1111119 AND -1404`11411111 INVIN Tim --Ake Cd atelykball" an the spinal cord. 1. S. 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On the excitation, inhibition and facilitation of the Spinal Cord. Trudy Instituta Fiziologi-i im. eked. I Beritashvili, 1941, 4 (1-38) Illus. 18. An account of experimental data obtained by the author and co-workers under his direction. These data serve as the chief basis of the author's conception of Igeneral inhibition' and of his hypothesis concerming the 'neurone-neuropill structure of the central nervous system in vertebrates. In the experiments,, normal animals, and lumbar and spinal preparations (of a cat, rabbit and frog) were used. Reflex reactions and inhibition were induced (1) by electrical stimulation of sensitive nerves, the dorsal roots of the lumbar and sacral segments; (2) chemically, by applying to the spinal cord a solution of acetylcholine (D2,000-50,000), nicotine, KC1; (3) mechanically by pressing the skin and touching the surface of the spinal cord with a brush. The movement of muscle groups (antagonist) of the knee or of whole extremities were registered myographically. Excitation: New physiological proofs confirm what is well4mown to histologists i.e. that definite dorsal root fibres are connected in the spinal cord with the motor neurones of the homolateral sido, both directly and throxigh tho intornunclal neurones and with the motor neuronott of the contrnlotoral side only- throtigh ow- internuncial neurones. On the basis of the author's own ph-ysiological observations and the histological data of Nemiloff, Ramon-y-Cajal, Dogiel, Lorente de No and others in this work an original scheme of the structure of the spinal cord- interneurone connections - is given. Inhibitions With any'sensory stimulation - even subliminal - of the akin receptors, sensory nervesp roots, and spinal cord, both (antagonistic) groups of muscles of the hind extremities are always inhibited; consequently inhibition in all cases is general. Inhibition can be shown also in the excited muscles, if, during the reflex twitches induced'by the stimulation of one root, the other root is stimulated by a faradic current, giving reflex contraction in the same muscle; the reflex twitches in this case are inhibited. In the same way it is established that general inhibition spreads both upwards and downwards from the place where, the stimulated sensory fibres enter.. and also in the other half of the spinal cord; the further it is spread, the weaker it becomes. The stronger the stimulation, the larger the area involved. General inhibition is chiefly induced by the spread- ing of the dorsal root impulses along the dorsal columns, but it is partly induced by impulses from the internuncial neurones. Inhibition occurs in both the motor and internuncial neurones. Numerous experimental facts aree presented to give weight to these conclusions. The anatomical substratum which produces excitation, and the substratum 'which produces inhibitionj, must be different, since (a) in- hibition arises before excitation add lasts longer, and (b) inhibition is alwaya general, but excitation spreads along definite paths. Besides the neurons paths - calls and their axona - along Aich the impulses of excitation are conducted in the -spinal cord, there is also neuropil - a net- work of nerve endings and dandrites - which brings about the inhibition of the grvo fibres and nerve calls. 1he neuropil must enter into an active state under e in uence of impulses passing along the dorsal-root fibres and the axons of -3- the internuncial neurones., in so far as they have synaptic connections with the dendritic net-work. The dendrites receiving these impulses are Laiable to conduct excitation (according to the author's conception), hence only "Local processes can arise. With these local processes weak electrical potentials appear. However, with the summatibn of the potentials of an innumerable quantity of dendrites, considerable slow potentiQla arise. Those neuropil potentials, spreacLing through the tissue fluid, have an olectrontonic action on the neighbortng cells and axons. The neuropil may be activated directly by applying to the dorsolateral surface of the spinal cord acetylcholine, nicotine or KC1 in very weak concentra- tion; in this case activation takes place only in the perimedullary and subpial layers of the neuropil, which can in its turn activate the neuropil of the central greynatter through the axon connections. To sum up., there is pure inhibition without excitation of the motor neurones. Under normal conditions such a pure form of inhibition is apparently obtained under the influence of afferent impulses- in those cases when the sensitivity of the neuropil to peripheral impulses for some reason or other is greater than the excitability of the cell bodies of the neuroneso Facilitation may be of different origin: (a) transitory increase of the excitability of the mot-or or internuncial neurones - as a result of preceding activity or under the influence of subliudnal impulse; kb) prolonged facilitation under the influence of the metabolites arising in connection with excitatioil (e.g. acetycholine); (c) general facilitation after general inhibition by the sudden cessation of the neuropil potentials (as in experiments with anelectrotonus on the peripheral nerie trunks)a Oedevani-lbillai SiOt Excerpta Medica, Section VIII Neurology and Psychiatry, Vol. 1. No. 1., January 1940. BERITOV, 1. S. PA4OT28 7w -:194T - PIMM - - -~_ ":.- : ~~ ~_- Bn/-Obt -CA -A "Development of Physiology in Soviet Georgia," I. S. Beritov, N. 1. Dzidzishylli,, Tbilisi, 20'ipp "Uspekbi Sovremennoy Biologil" Vol XXIV) No 2 (5) Discusses the develolments of various aspects of phys- Iology. Briefly deseribes develo]pment of muscular physiology; innervation of the muscular syBtem,, phys- iology of the nerve tranks; physiology of.the medulla and the cerebellum; physiology of the cerebrum cortex; neurosurgery of the central nervous system; the elao- trical activity of the central-nervcus system; eleot~o. encepbalqgraphlo exuLinations in disswes of -the brain. 4M28 BERMV, I. S. "On Psycho-Neural Bases for the Adjusting Effect of External Surroundings on Individual Behavior.'R Fiz. Zhur , Vol 33., No 3# 1947P p 3019 (see Soviet Men of. Science: BLRITAS!,~p Ivan Solor:~novich) -- Professor Thilis State University imerd I. V. Staline Sat U-4396 BAKURADZE, A., BERIIUV2 I., and HOYTBAK, A. "On blectric "anifestations in tre FrocesB of 1-kibition in the Opinal Lord." Zef. 2hur., Vol 33, No 6,, 1)47., P 737o FlWsiolorr Inst imeni I. S. Beritashd _~ L Ali., Acad Sci Georgian SS~`. SO'. U-4396 BIRITOV, I.; ROYTBAK, I.A. 2le.-trical potentials of the,spinal cord of the frog. Trady Inst. fisiol. &N GruieSSR. 7t1-67 148 (KIBA 9:8) (SPINAL CCRD) (BIRCTROPMSIOLOGY) I - MITOT, I.; ROTTBAK, I.A. . -.1 lmww~~ B.ioelectrical potentials of the spinal cord (luring inhibition, Trudy Inst.fizi:olI. AN Grime SM 7:69-87 148. (MLRA 9:8) (SPINAL CORD) (I.XHIBITION) (BLICTROPHYSIOLOGY) BMTOV, 1. -. BAKURADZI, A,; ROYTMK. A@ Bliectrical phenomsua of the splual cord of the cat* Trudy last. fisiol., AN Gruz.SSR. 7:09-128 148. (MLRA 9:8) . (SPINAL CCRD) (BIBM&VHTSIOLOGT) SMITTMr, T. S. 1~1. S. Beri~crv, General T)hvsiolor"y of the niscular and Nervoui S lis-, Vol. 1, Akad. Nauk, -- YA~~ U.S.S.R., Moscow-Leningrad, 1947.n (P. 789) by D. G. Kvasov. SO: Prop-Tess of ContemporjU ol. 26, No. 2 (5)Sept.-Oct. IQA8 ~~kqlqBy V tMUSWILI, r-S. 23590. 0 FROISKHOMNII MEDLENNYM FOTENTSIALOV FIYLGA. (DOKLAD I PRENIU). V SB: GAGRSKIYe DESELY (PO MSP~MDI. BIOLCGII). T.I. TEILISI, 19490 a. 209-51 SO: LETOPIS' NO. 31~ 1949 BERITOV, I. 372?5- BM-UTOV, I- i GOGAVA, X- 0 spontannojr aktivnosti v nervnvkh uzlaWl br-yushnoy tsepochki pivavki. Zhurnal obshchey biologil, 19405, No,,-6, s. 421-30,- Biblioar: 5 Nazv. SO: latopis' Zhumallnykh StateVo Vol.- ?o 1949 I., akademik; ROYTBA]r, A. 33lectric potentials of-the spinal cord in frogs during stimulation of EIRA the skin. Nauk.W.KieV,un 8 not '7:241 247 150 li-s-491. (K 9:10) (SPINAL CCIRD) (WWOUS SYSM--BATRAMIA)(MMOTRMIliT$IOLOGT) RMTOV, I.S.; KVAVIIASMLI, Sh.T.; ROYTBAX, A.I. Distortions caused by a transition condenser In a low-frequency rheostat amplifier. Trudy Inst,fizisLAN Grus. SSR 8:1-16 150. (KUU 9 t 7) (BLSCTRIC MMSUTS) (CONMSXRS (EIJCCRICITY)) (ELECTROMYSIOLOGY) BBRITOT, I.A.; GOGAVA, N.Y. Blectric potentials of the ventral nerves of leaches. Trudy inst. fistel. AN Grus. SSR 8t17-42 150,- (~= 9:7) (MOTROPHYSIOZOGY) (IAMCM) SIMM07. 1. "The Transmission Of Stizmlation In The Ventral Chain Ganglia Of A Mech" (p.20) by I a BerltgX -and M, Gom&U SO: JSMM I 2L General ki-ol2gx (Zhurnal Obshchel Biologii) vol, XI, lg,,;O, No, 1 BMTOV, T. "On The Origin Of Spontaneous Activity And 7be Transmission Of Stimulation In The Ventral Chain Ganglia Of A Leech" (p.31).by 1. Beritov SO: Jo=A1 pj fteLal Aiplopm (Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii) Vol. XI, 1950, No. 1 ROYTBAI, A.I.; KWHINAMILI. S.N.~L, 671ELLI I.S., skademik, Slow oscillations in the electro-encephalogram of a rabbit, coinciding with the rhythm of breathing. Soob.AN Grus.SSR 13 no.9:549-553 152, (MM 6:5 ) 1. Akademiya Sauk Grusiuskoy 6SR, Institut fisiologii.1bilisi. (for Royt- bak, lhechinashvili). 2* Akadexiya Nauk GruziuBkoy SSR (for Beritashvili). .(ZloctroancephalograTh.v) RWTASHVILL ~ ,.q,!; Pri modaystvil sotrudnikov S.Khochinashvill. T.rukovadso a9b I rfishvill Role of vestibular and kinesthetic stimuli In orientation of animal In the environment. TrudY lumt.fisiol. AN Grus.SSR 9:3-24 153. (ULVA 8:9) (CRIUTATION, off* of vestibular & kinesthetic stimuli in animals) (WHEUM APPAPATUS. physiology, off* of stimulation on orientation in animals) USM/ -Yledicine Higher Nervous Activity FD-2782 Card 1/1 Pub.154-3/19 Author Beritov~ I. S.; Roytbak, A. I. Title On the nature of the process of central inhibition Periodical : Zhur vys. nerv. deyat- 5, 173-186, Mar-Apr 1955 Abstract : (From a report presented at the 9th Session of the Acad- emy of Medical Sciences USSR, 8 March 1955). Presents authors' theoretical concepts of central inhibition and their factual basis, as determined by the authors in a study of the electrical activity of the cerebral cortex. Graphs; diagrams; photomicrograph. Nineteen references, 10 of them USSR (9 since 194o). BERITA311VILI, I.S. "ME W-EXCITATION ETA VINHIBITION DU NEUROME" pp. 195, Reports given at the 20th International Congress of Physiologists, Brussels, 30 Jul-1; Auz- 56 0 Translation E-5368 USSR/Human and Animal Pbysiology - The Nerrous System. V-10 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biol., No 2, 1958, 9029 Author : I.S. Beritov Inst Title Spatial Orientation of Humus and Animls in the Surroun- ding Medium. Orig Pab Voprosy psikhologii, 1956, No 4, 54-65 Abstract The spatial orientation of the huaan being and the higher vertebrates is acconplished by means of both the visual and the vestibular analysors; kinesthetic sensation does not play an essential role in spatial orientation, neither in animals nor in ymn. In contrast to the sunj7=18, hjwAnS can orient themselves in space by means of vocal activity; therefore they ern orient themselves correctly even when the visual and ~Abyrinthine receptors are excluded. Card 1/1 BXR~W Morphological and physiological principles of temporary connections In the cerebral cortex. Trudy Inst. fiziol. AN Gruz. SSR 10:3-?2 156 (03MRAL CORM, pbysiologyO ()UHL 12..?) temporary,oonnect ions, amt. & physiol. principles, reviev (aus)) and Anizal Physiology - The Nervous System. V-10 Abs Jour Ref Zhur - B101. 2, 1958) 90,213r No Author Inst Title The Physiological Mechanism of Conduction in the Higher Vertebrates. Orig Pub Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SM. Seriya Biologicheslmya., 1957,, No 2, 137-153 Abstmt The nervous substrate of the idea is the.,functional system of stellate neurons vith.short azons iu the third and . fourth layers.of the cerebral cortex, connected by inter- nuncial pyramidal neurons with each other and with the ef- fector pyramidal tracts. For this reason the idea inclu- des motor activity. initially it produces orientation mo- vement of the head, and then general precipitate locono- tiGn of,the animal to the place vhere a given object had been peTceived or avay from it. The inage of the object c4rd Card 1/2 AIVw J/~ 11 W.