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Epilepsy; its symptoms, treatment, and relation to other chronic convulsive diseases

by Reynolds, J. Russell Sir

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Published by Churchill in London .
Written in English


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Statement[Sir J. Russell Reynolds]
The Physical Object
Paginationxxix, 360 p.
Number of Pages360
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26250102M

  Epilepsy Its Symptoms Treatment and Relation to Other Chronic Convulsive Diseases Classic Reprint John Russell Reynolds Books PM ≡ Download Gratis On the Road in '68 A Year of Turmoil A Journey of . The seizure normally stops after a few minutes, but some last longer. Afterwards, you may have a headache or difficulty remembering what happened and feel tired or confused. An absence seizure, which used to be called a "petit mal", is where you lose awareness of your surroundings for a short time. They mainly affect children, but can happen at.

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Epilepsy and Other Chronic Convulsive Diseaseswith The Border-Land of Epilepsy(). In William Aldren Turner (–) published Epilepsy: A Study of the Idiopathic Disease and Otto Binswanger’s textbook Die Epilepsie, which was first published in and reflected the German psychiatric influence, appeared in in a. His major account on epilepsy was published in entitled Epilepsy: Its Symptoms, Treatment and Relation to Other Chronic Convulsive Diseases (Reynolds, a), which is considered to be a milestone in the English epileptology.


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[J Russell Reynolds, Sir]. Get this from a library. Epilepsy: its symptoms, treatment, and relation to other chronic convulsive diseases. [J Russell Reynolds, Sir; J Kiffin Penry]. This view was taken a step further by Reynolds (), who in his book on Epilepsy: Its Symptoms, Treatment, and Relation to Other Chronic Convulsive Diseases was concerned only with “epilepsy proper,” Epilepsy; its symptoms is, “of that form of idiopathic convulsions to which I believe alone the name of epilepsy ought to be applied.”Cited by: a step further by Reynolds (), who in his book on Epilepsy: Its Symptoms, Treatment, and Relation to Other Chronic Convulsive Diseases was concerned only with ‘‘epilepsyproper,’’thatis,‘‘of thatformof idiopathiccon-vulsions to which I believe alone the name of epilepsy oughttobeapplied.’’ToReynoldsandotherauthors,suchCited by: Reynolds JR () Epilepsy: Its Symptoms, Treatment and Relation to Other Chronic Convulsive Diseases.

London: Churchill. Shorvon S () An episode in the history of temporal lobe epilepsy: the quadrennial meeting of the ILAE in   Simultaneously in England, much research into epilepsy was performed at London's National Hospital for the Relief and Cure of the Paralysed and Epileptic, which was established in 8 InJ.

Russell Reynolds, 9 one of its prominent physicians, published Epilepsy: Its Symptoms, Treatment, and Relations to Other Chronic, Convulsive by: 5. Reynolds: Epilepsy, its symptoms, treatment and relation to other chronic convulsive diseases. Unfortunately he failed to write further on this theme.

Like Jackson, Russell Reynolds shrewdly noted that the lesion did not directly cause the symptoms observed. $$ Abstract and subsequent book chapter have different N’s Epilepsy: its symptoms, treatment, and relation to other chronic convulsive diseases.

London, UK: John Churchill; [Google Scholar] Gowers W. Epilepsy and other chronic convulsive by: Sir John Russell Reynolds (–) used the term “epilepsia mitior” (milder epilepsy) and provided a comprehensive description in his book “Epilepsy; its symptoms, treatment, and relation to other chronic convulsive diseases”:Cited by: 4.

The neurological legacy of John Russell Reynolds (–) Author links what was regarded as the rational treatment of the disorder. 31 Then in he produced the major systematic account of Epilepsy: Its Symptoms, Treatment and Relation to Other Chronic Convulsive Diseases.

32 With the exception of Sieveking’s monograph On Cited by: 5. The purpose of this study was to reveal the major views of the early scientific period (18th and 19th centuries) on epilepsy as both a disease and a symptom.

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The history of epilepsy is both fascinating and complex. Progress over the millennia in discovering the nature and manifestations of epilepsy, however, has Cited by: 4. Reynolds JR () Epilepsy: its symptoms, treatment, and relation to other chronic convulsive diseases. Churchill, London Google Scholar Scott DF () The history of epileptic therapy.

The relation between psychiatry and epilepsy remains one of the topics that have been continuously attracting attention in medical literature since the time of Hippocrates. Epilepsy brings special issues for women, particularly in pregnancy.

As the French say, vive la difference. And while equality between the sexes is a goal that most people applaud, the French do have a point.May 4, - Photosensitive reflex epilepsy (PSE),(light induced seizures formerly known as photogenic epilepsy and also known as visual sensitive epilepsy, photic induced seizures, or visually induced seizures from bright lights or flashing lights greater than 3Hz, or 3 flashes per second, especially red flashing lights),information from a variety of sourcesK pins.

Epilepsy is a general term for conditions with recurring seizures. There are many kinds of seizures, but all involve abnormal electrical activity in the brain that causes an involuntary change in body movement or function, sensation, awareness, or behavior.