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Miscellaneous organic and functional diseases of the nervous system

Date
1914-1950
Reference
PP/FPW/B.226/3
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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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[...] Nervous diseases of eye and ear and int including haemorrhage into vitreous of uncertain causation, and some merely functional cases, e.g. nervous depression, psychasthenia, hysteria, neurasthenia and neurotic tremors, 'nervous breakdown'. Pathological laughing and crying--- Itching, tickling etc--'Mimic facial palsy' (paralysis of emotional movements). Green vision, red vision, Dyschromotopsia, temporary colour-blindness, dysmetropsia, dysmegalopsia, micropsia, macropsia, 'lilliputian' or 'microscopic' hallucinations of sight. Decerebrate rigidity; tonic rigidity of various kinds; tonic convulsions. Syringomelia. Various non-tabetic causes of perforating ulcer of foot. Optic neuritis and optic nerve atrophy, of 'idiopathic' obscure or unknown origin. Relations of epilepsy to hysteria. 'Pyknolepsy'. 'The epilepsies'. Cerebral and cerebellar haemorrhage, including meningeal cerebral haemorrhage in the young. Haemorrhage into the spinal cord or spinal canal. Aneurysms and angiomata and telangiectases of cerebral or spinal meninges, or spinal canal. Psammomata, endotheliomata, meningiomata. Intra-cranial calcification and ossification. Healed and calcified tuberculomata. Good results of Laminectomy. Muscular paralysis (Duchenne-Aran type, etc) in late syphilis, tabes dorsalis or general paralysis. Embolism of spinal cord. Early and functional-like symptoms of disseminated sclerosis. Doubling (duplication) of the spinal cord. Thromboses of various cerebral or cerebellar arteries and of intra-cranial veins and vein-sinuses. 'Colloid-type' of third cerebral ventricle. Cerebellar apoplexy--transferred 1944

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1914-1950

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