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Tremors, athetosis and ataxia, sometimes familial, and especially in children, and ataxia of some kinds in adults for instance (idiopathic) cerebellar (progressive cerebellar) atrophy.

Date
1905-1951
Reference
PP/FPW/B.332
Part of
Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Also some cuttings in regard to so-called 'chorea' in dogs and animals. So-called 'Familial disseminated sclerosis' and allied conditions, as 'Hereditary or familial spastic paralysis or paraplegia'. Also papers notes etc re ordinary chorea minor (for comparison). The whole subject of chorea, including chorea and left-handedness and various kinds of paralytic chorea, and 'aphasic chorea', and psychosis accompanying chorea ('psychotic chorea')

Publication/Creation

1905-1951

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