de Morsier

de Mor·si·er

(dĕ'mōr-sē-ā'),
Georges, 20th-century Swiss neurologist. See: de Morsier syndrome.
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1) The eponym Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS) was originally used by eminent Swiss neurologist Georges de Morsier in 1936 to describe the presence of visual hallucinations (VH) in elderly individuals with normal mental capacity as separate from those associated with neurodegenerative disease.
In 1936, Georges de Morsier, a neurologist, coined the eponym Charles Bonnet syndrome in recognition of Charles Bonnet, who was a Swiss naturalist, philosopher, and biologist.
The association of optic-nerve hypoplasia with absence of the corpus callosum and septum pellucidum combined with pituitary hormone deficiency is known as Septo-Optic Dysplasia (SOD), or the Syndrome of de Morsier.