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Christian Strumpell and Zerrin Ozlem Biner (Cambridge: Cambridge
En La interpretacion de los suenos (1899-1901), Freud comienza su estudio del fenomeno onirico con una exposicion de la "bibliografia cientifica sobre los problemas del sueno" (28) en la que destacan los aportes de Hildebrandt, Strumpell, Volkelt, Maury, Binz, entre otros.
Un apunte a la Historia de la Medicina Interna: ni en Alemania ni por Strumpell. 7 de enero de 2013.
As follows from the memories of the close colleague of Kraepelin in his Leipzig period (Kraepelin 1987:24), the Baltic German Adolf Strumpell (2) (1925:53), the mental heritage of Bunge was perceptible within the Dorpat University even after he had left the town and his anti-alcohol activities were widely discussed (Kalling, Tammiksaar 2015).
Demographic Value Age, yr (mean [+ or -] SD) 45 [+ or -] 15 Sex (n) Male 20 Female 19 Side of Paresis (n) Right 22 Left 17 Etiology (n) Stroke 21 Ischemic 12 Hemorrhagic 9 Traumatic Brain Injury 5 Multiple Sclerosis 3 Strumpell Lorrain 3 Other 7 Time Since Lesion at Baseline, mo 107.6 [+ or -] 98.9 (mean [+ or -] SD) Assistive Devices (n) Orthopedic Shoes 7 Gait Aid (stick) 14 Ankle Foot Orthosis 9 Clinical Data Mean Ashworth Modified Scale (out 2.7 of 4) on Triceps Surae Mean Ankle Passive Range of -1.7 Motion (([degrees])) Mean Ankle Extensors Strength (Medical 1.8 Research Council scale out of 5) Ankle Clonus (n) 25 SD = standard deviation.
The French term of spondylose rhizome'lique, (or arthrose de la colonne vertebrale), Spondylarthrite ankylosante, pelvispondylite rhuma-tismale, spondylose rhizomelique, maladie de Bechterew [22], is better known in today's literature as ankylosing spondylitis or Vladimir Bechterew, Pierre Marie and Ernst Adolf Gustav Gottfried von Strumpell disease [23].
Ethnographic observation here goes back to the first decade of the twentieth century (Strumpell 1912; 1922-23) and research to the 1930s (Lavergne 1944).
Strumpell's familial spastic paraplegia: genetics and neuropathology.
Freud talks about childhood experiences forming part of the content that dreams are made of as also believed by Hildebrandt and Strumpell both, like Freud, stating that dreams enact events that belong to our earliest years.
Outro importante aspecto dos sonhos, apontado por Freud (em uma citacao de Strumpell), refere-se ao fato de que estes "seguem seu curso, ao que parece, segundo as leis quer das representacoes simples, quer dos estimulos organicos que acompanham tais representacoes--isto e, sem serem de forma alguma afetados pela reflexao, pelo bom senso, ou pelo gosto estetico ou pelo julgamento moral" (FREUD, 2001, p.