Fifty neurological cases from the National Hospital

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Fifty Neurological Cases from the National Hospital: Medicine & Health Science Books @ rinphapaserdo.ml Fifty Neurological Cases from the National Hospital. By adrian wills and c david marsden. (Pp , £). Published by Martin Dunitz, London,

Ernest joined the Home Civil Service. He had an eminent career, after which he made his name as author of Plain Words , a book originally written as a civil service training pamphlet, and finally, undertaking the first revision of Fowler's Modern English Language.

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Gowers produced the majority of his major works, including the two-volume Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System , in the years between and The book is still used today by medical professionals as a primary reference for this disease. He was a self-taught artist, and skilled etcher, an accomplishment he enjoyed both as a hobby and in his work. Overwork caused his health to deteriorate rapidly from the s onwards.

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Both he and his wife succumbed to pneumonia in , from which Mary died. Gowers died two years later, in He was William Gowers was knighted in after which he became known as Sir William Gowers.

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Gowers was an early convert to statistical collection, and based his research on his own case records rather than secondary sources. Working in an era before the development of computers or recording devices, he used his shorthand as a tool for collecting comprehensive records of his cases.

The Lancet wrote that 'It may be stated without fear of contradiction that Gowers was an extraordinary observer, accurate and painstaking, with a wide horizon and a sound judgment which made his deductions from observations both definite and reliable.

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He had a marvellous power of what might be called intensive deduction'. He was also renowned for the clarity of his writing, a skill which added considerably to the impact of everything he wrote. He also disseminated the great insights of Hughlings Jackson, explaining to the medical world the dense and confusing writings of the man he referred to as his 'master'. Gowers gave his name to Gowers' sign a sign of muscular weakness , the Gowers' tract tractus spinocerebellaris anterior in the nervous system, Gowers' syndrome situational vasovagal syncope , and Gowers' Round the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery 's weekly case presentation and clinical teaching session.

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Categories : British neurologists births deaths 19th-century English medical doctors Fellows of the Royal Society Knights Bachelor. Namespaces Article Talk. Gowers achieved an outstanding university record, studying under both Jenner and John Russell Reynolds. It was probably Reynolds who persuaded Gowers to apply for the newly created position of Medical Registrar at the National Hospital for the Paralysed and Epileptic , Queen Square, a position he held from — He was then promoted to Assistant Physician at Queen Square, and spent the rest of his career at the hospital, retiring in In , he married Mary Baines, a relative by marriage of Reynolds.

Her family were proprietors of the Leeds Mercury , a prominent Nonconformist newspaper promulgating liberal reforms. In due course both joined the recently formed Administrative Class of the civil service: William Frederick went into the Colonial Civil Service, ending his career as Governor of Uganda. Ernest joined the Home Civil Service. He had an eminent career, after which he made his name as author of Plain Words , a book originally written as a civil service training pamphlet, and finally, undertaking the first revision of Fowler's Modern English Language.

Gowers produced the majority of his major works, including the two-volume Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System , in the years between and The book is still used today by medical professionals as a primary reference for this disease.

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He was a self-taught artist, and skilled etcher, an accomplishment he enjoyed both as a hobby and in his work. Overwork caused his health to deteriorate rapidly from the s onwards.

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Both he and his wife succumbed to pneumonia in , from which Mary died. Gowers died two years later, in He was William Gowers was knighted in after which he became known as Sir William Gowers. Gowers was an early convert to statistical collection, and based his research on his own case records rather than secondary sources.

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Working in an era before the development of computers or recording devices, he used his shorthand as a tool for collecting comprehensive records of his cases. The Lancet wrote that 'It may be stated without fear of contradiction that Gowers was an extraordinary observer, accurate and painstaking, with a wide horizon and a sound judgment which made his deductions from observations both definite and reliable.

He had a marvellous power of what might be called intensive deduction'. He was also renowned for the clarity of his writing, a skill which added considerably to the impact of everything he wrote. He also disseminated the great insights of Hughlings Jackson, explaining to the medical world the dense and confusing writings of the man he referred to as his 'master'.

Gowers gave his name to Gowers' sign a sign of muscular weakness , the Gowers' tract tractus spinocerebellaris anterior in the nervous system, Gowers' syndrome situational vasovagal syncope , and Gowers' Round the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery 's weekly case presentation and clinical teaching session.

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