Dejerine

De·je·rine

(dĕ-zhē-rēn'),
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Cientificos como Luigi Rolando (1773-1831), Karl Friederich Burdach (1776-1847), Bartholomeo Panizza (1785-1867), Herbert Mayo (1796-1852), Friedrich Arnold (1803-1890), Louis Pierre Gratiolet (1815-1865), Paul Pierre Broca (1824-1880), Jean Baptiste Trolard (1842-1910), Joseph Jules Dejerine (1849-1917), Johan Vilhelm Hultkrantz (1862-1938), Henry Chandler (1862-1978), Edward James Curran (1872-1962), Loyal Davis (1872-1962), James Papez (1883-1958), Elizabeth Crosby (1888-1983), Wilder Graves Penfield (1891-1976), entre otros, quienes realizaron importantes aportes en la preservacion de los hemisferios cerebrales y en la diseccion de tractos (Makris et al., 2005; Shah et al., 2012; Forkel et al., 2014).
Alexia without agraphia syndrome was first described by Dejerine in a patient who had a stroke in the medial part of the occipital lobe and the splenium of corpus callosum, impairing activation of orthographic word representations [1-3].
Dejerine-Roussy Syndrome was originally described by Dejerine and Roussy in 1906 [10].
Dejerine, "Sur un cas de cecite verbale avec agraphie," Memoires Societe Biologique, vol.
Subsequently, it was coined initially as thalamic pain syndrome (TPS) by Dejerine and Roussy in 1906 [8]; and so far, there have been different treatments for it.
Afterwards, it was Babinski's, Oppenheim and Dejerine, turn to characterise catalepsy, each of them having a different opinion.
Dejerine and Ceillier were the first to describe periarticular ossification in patients with severe head injury.
Takahashi, "The medial medullary infarction (Dejerine syndrome) following chiropractic neck manipulation," No To Shinkei, vol.
Among his pupils, were Joseph Jules Dejerine (1849-1917), Jean Baptiste Andre Dumas 1800-84, and Paul Charles Dubois (1848-1918).