Théophile, French neurologist, 1890-1980. See: Foix-Alajouanine myelitis, Foix-Alajouanine syndrome.
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In his mid-20's already showing the first signs of epilepsy (Alajouanine 1963), most of them generalized seizures (Gastaut 1984), many of them with a dominant (mesio-)temporal lobe origin (an "ecstatic" aura, the twilight state possibly associated with forced thinking, a pallor prior to the generalization, a postictal dysphasia).
Inner ear involvement in Behcet disease was first reported by Alajouanine et al in 1961.
(8.) Alajouanine T, Castaigne P, Lhermitte F, et al.
Alajouanine (26) y Brown (27) describen a pacientes que eran pintores, y en cuyas ilustraciones no se observaban cambios luego de sufrir la lesion.
I don't know if this felicity lasts for seconds, hours, or months but believe me, for all the joys that life may bring, I would not exchange this one (Alajouanine, 1963)."
The cause of death, "though indefinite, belongs to the group of cerebral atrophies, there being a bilateral ventricular enlargement; but it is quite different from Pick's disease" (Alajouanine 1948).