Sir Gordon Morgan Holmes (1876 – 1965) was an Irish neurologist.
The works of Gordon Holmes are often cited as having a foundational influence on our understanding of the clinical symptoms and signs of cerebellar lesions
- Born 1876
- Died 1965
- Holmes-Adie pupil (1931)
- Head-Holmes syndrome (1911) Sensory changes produced by lesions of the cerebral cortex and other parts of the brain.
- Stewart TG, Holmes GM. Symptomatology of cerebellar tumors: A study of forty cases. Brain, 1904; 27: 522-591.[Stewart-Holmes syndrome]
- Holmes GM. Observations on ocular palsies. Br Med J. 1931 Dec 26; 2(3703): 1165–1167
- Holmes GM. A form of familial degeneration of the cerebellum. Brain, 1908; 30(4): 466-489. [Holmes degeneration]
- Head G, Holmes GM. Sensory disturbances from cerebral lesions. Brain, 1911; 34(2-3): 102–254. [Head-Holmes syndrome]
- Holmes G. The symptoms of acute cerebellar injuries due to gunshot injuries. Brain 1917; 40(4): 461-535.
- Holmes GM. Disturbances of visual orientation. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 1918; 2: 449-468, 506-516. [Balint-Holmes syndrome, Holmes syndrome II]
- Holmes G. Clinical Symptoms of Cerebellar Disease and Their Interpretation. Lecture I. The Lancet 1922; 199(5155): 1177-1182
- Holmes G. Clinical Symptoms of Cerebellar Disease and Their Interpretation. Lecture II. The Lancet 1922; 199(5156): 1231-1237
- Holmes GM. Partial iridoplegia associated with symptoms of other disease of the nervous system. Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the United Kingdom, 1931; 51: 209-228. [Holmes-Adie Pupil]
- Holmes G. The cerebellum of man. Brain, 1939; 62(1): 1-62
- Walshe FMR. Gordon Morgan Holmes, 1876-1965. Fellows of the Royal Society. November 1966
- Haines DE, Manto MU. Clinical symptoms of cerebellar disease and their interpretation. Cerebellum. 2007; 6(4): 360-374.
- Bodranghien F, Bastian A, Casali C, et al. Consensus Paper: Revisiting the Symptoms and Signs of Cerebellar Syndrome. Cerebellum. 2016;15(3):369-391.