John Hughlings Jackson and neurology: a legacy for clinical science
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Through the lens of John Hughlings Jackson’s history of achievements in clinical science, Professor Alastair Compston describes the basis for devising effective treatments, learning about pathogenesis and mechanisms through observation, and the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions.
This lecture was filmed at 'the legacy of Hughlings Jackson & neurology and war' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 27th of October 2016
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