Arch Neurol. Jun;53(6) Gilles de la Tourette and the discovery of Tourette syndrome. Includes a translation of his article. Lajonchere C(1).
The 19th century was a remarkable period for neurology because it was during this period that many of the brain disorders known today were either discovered, .
In , Gilles de la Tourette described 9 patients who suffered from a disorder characterized by involuntary movements, echolalia, echopraxia, coprolalia, and.
Tourette syndrome is an inherited neurological disorder with onset in childhood, characterized . Discovering the causes of Tourette's may help resolve the questions of what it is and who has it. The autosomal dominant inheritance model has.
As his first and prototypical example of tic disease Gilles de la Tourette cited case of . Psychoanalytic assumptions were so pervasive that the discovery in the.
How much do you know about the man for whom Tourette Syndrome is named? Most people don't realize that Gilles was not his first name;.
Tourette Syndrome is a hereditary neurological movement disorder that is characterized by repetitive motor and vocal tics. Symptoms may include involuntary.
The first cases of what we now call Tourettes were discovered in Paris during the decade of at the Salpetriere Hospital for insane and incurable women.
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