Giovanni Mingazzini (1859 – 1929) Italian neurologist known for his extensive contributions to neuroanatomy, particularly with the study of the lenticular nucleus, cerebellum and corpus collosum, as well as the study of aphasia
Guillain-Barré syndrome is the most common and severe acute inflammatory paralytic neuropathy. The classical description of GBS involves rapidly progressive bilateral weakness, usually starting in the distal lower extremities and ascending proximally.
Georges Charles Guillain (1876 – 1961) was a French neurologist. Associated with multiple neurology-related eponyms including Guillain-Barré syndrome
Friedrich Schultze (1848 – 1934) was a German neurologist.
Biography Born 17 November 1857 Paris, France Died 29 October 1932 Medical Eponyms Anton-Babinski syndrome (Anton syndrome) – in the presence of complete blindness, a persistent confabulation and denial by the patient that there is any loss of visual perception Babinski sign I (Babinski reflex) – pathological reflex where the great toe extends and flexes […]
Capgras syndrome: uncommon syndrome in which a patient has a delusional belief that a person, usually a family member or friend, has been replaced by an imposter.
Charles Bonnet syndrome: Visual hallucinations in psychologically normal elderly people and most commonly associated in individuals with visual impairment .
Charles Bonnet (1720 – 1793) was a Swiss naturalist and philosopher. Described Charles Bonnet syndrome in 1760; visual hallucinations of his visually impaired grandfather