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Hystérie-pithiatisme et troubles nerveux d'ordre réflexe en neurologie de guerre

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"Hysteria or pithiatism : and reflex nervous disorders in the neurology of war"

Creator

J. Babinski and J. Froment

Date

c. 1918

Identifier

Lower Library WM 173 BAB

Language

French

Description

"Hysteria or pithiatism : and reflex nervous disorders in the neurology of war"

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Medical Works of Thomas Willis

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"‘The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis’"

Thomas Willis, a physician and anatomist, is considered to be the father of neuroscience - his work ‘Cerebri anatome’ (c.1664) introduced the term neurology.

Creator

Thomas Willis

Date

c. 1681

Identifier

Lister Room WIL [oversize]

Publisher

London : T. Dring

Language

English

Description

"‘The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis’"

Thomas Willis, a physician and anatomist, is considered to be the father of neuroscience - his work ‘Cerebri anatome’ (c.1664) introduced the term neurology.

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Professor Sir Graham Teasdale, President 2003-2006

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Portrait of Professor Sir Graham Teasdale
Together with the late Bryan Jennett (another Fellow of the College), Professor Teasdale developed the Glasgow Coma Scale. Today the GCS is used universally as a tool to assess the conscious state of a patient.

Professor Teasdale served as President of the College between 2003 and 2006, and was awarded a Knighthood for his services to neurosurgery in 2006. He is pictured here wearing the President’s badge over a College tie, and holding his Knight Bachelor’s badge in his left hand.

Date

21st century

Identifier

496

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88 x 92 cm

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Oil on canvas

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Portrait of Professor Sir Graham Teasdale

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