Thomas Willis


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Noun1.Thomas Willis - English physician who was a pioneer in the study of the brain (1621-1675)
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1,2 It was described along with its physiological significance by Thomas Willis in 1664.
Uno de los mas recientes escritos sobre el tema es el de Cristina Guijarro-Castro y Laura Estallo-Guijarro, "Cervantes y Shakespeare, dos neurologos renacentistas", publicado el 1 de abril de este ano en la Revista de Neurologia, en la que refieren: "debemos a estos dos genios literarios la descripcion precisa en sus obras de entidades neurologicas que no eran conocidas por la medicina de la epoca, como el parkinsonismo o los trastornos del sueno en fase REM [Movimientos oculares rapidos]", aunque cincuenta anos despues de su muerte se comenzo a utilizar el termino neurologia, acunado por el medico ingles Thomas Willis.
Her topics include the brain exposed and printed, the soul of the empirical brain: Thomas Willis and Rene Descartes, the wondrous book of the human body in three dimensions, the Promethean human, technological innovations and the nervous system, and perceptions and frames of reference.
Readers will follow the history of neuroscience as the greatest brains, including Avicenna, Thomas Willis, Charles Darwin, and Paul Broca, try to figure it out by linking structure to function.
Follow the journey as history s greatest brains, including Avicenna, Thomas Willis, Charles Darwin, and Paul Broca, try to figure it out by linking structure to function.
The family of the late Thomas Willis (Tommy) wish to express their sincere thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness and sympathy shown to them during their recent bereavement.
Young castle builders, from the left, Billy Roberts, Tristan Marsay, Thomas Willis, Archie McArdle, Robert Marsay and Brandon Vodden | 311014BONFIRE KATIE LUNN
Acknowledges the first known description by Sir Thomas Willis in 1672 and the first detailed clinical description by Dr.
Glaswegian Thomas Willis, 57, was lifted in Estepona on the Costa del Sol after an international arrest warrant was issued in Scotland.