Hallervorden

Hal·ler·vor·den

(hah'lĕr-fōr-dĕn),
Julius, German neurologist, 1882-1965. See: Hallervorden syndrome, Hallervorden-Spatz disease, Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome.
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Hallervorden-Spatz disease was first described in 1922 by two German physicians, Hallervorden and Spatz, as a form of familial brain degeneration characterized by cerebral iron deposition and hence the name so.
The Institute admits the samples were once used by the Nazi brain researcher Julius Hallervorden.
Prominent comedian Dieter Hallervorden challenged PEGIDA's anti-Islam rhetoric by underlining the importance of interactionbetween Christian and Muslim societies.
Hallervorden, who received 500 brains from the killing centers, said: "Where they came from and how they came to [me] was really none of my business."
This is a book of biographies, and the subjects are George Sharpe, Thomas Browne, Henry Power, Thomas Willis, William Petty, Laurence Sterne, Victor Horsley, Hugh Cairns and finally Julius Hallervorden. Many subjects are known for their contributions to anatomy, particularly neuroanatomy, as well as their interest in neuropathology.
The condition, known as PANK 2, or Hallervorden Spatz disease, is progressive and crippling.
He mentions the case of Professor Hallervorden, one of Germany's most prominent neuropathologists, who made a deal with fifty-five doctors during World War II: "Since you are killing all those people anyhow, you might as well send me their brains." Strangely enough, Hallervorden was considered a highly moral man, and a devoted follower of Kant's ethical teachings.
Other case shows eye of the tiger sign.(10) consistent with that of Hallervorden Spatz disease (NBIA- Neurodegeneration with Brain Iron Accumulation).