James Parkinson

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Noun1.James Parkinson - English surgeon (1755-1824)
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T remblements, problemes d'elocution, troubles du sommeil, difficulte a initier des mouvements… autant de signes qui apparaissent avant les symptomes typiques du Parkinson, cette pathologie evolutive, qui fut decrite pour la premiere fois par le medecin anglais James Parkinson, impacte lourdement la vie quotidienne des personnes malades et conduit a restreindre leur vie sociale.
But that doesn't mean the riddle of Parkinson's disease, first described in 1817 by Dr James Parkinson, is close to being solved.
The condition was at first described as the "shaking palsy" but then took its eponymous name when its causes and symptoms were investigated and described in detail in "An Essay on the Shaking Palsy", written by a Dr James Parkinson in 1817.
The condition was first characterised by English welfare campaigner and doctor James Parkinson in 1817 with his paper, An Essay On The Shaking Palsy.
The disease was named after English doctor James Parkinson, and in 1817, James explained Parkinson's by publishing 'An Essay on the Shaking Palsy'.
ISLAMABAD -- World Parkinson's Day was observed on Wednesday, 11th April to create awareness about the disease and it also marks the birthday of James Parkinson, a London physician, who first described the disease.
Kuwait, like other countries, will celebrate World Parkinson's Disease Day on April 11, celebrated also by World Health Organization and world countries each year marking the birth of the English physician James Parkinson, who described the disease in his book (Shaking Palsy) in 1817.
Unresolved issue relating to the shaking palsy on the celebration of James Parkinson's 250th birthday.
The condition was first established as a clinical entry in 1817 by a British doctor, James Parkinson, in his 'Essay on the Shaking Palsy.' Later, in the 1860s, the French neurologist Pierre Marie Charcott called the condition 'Parkinson's disease,' in honor of the essay author.
2017 marked the 200th anniversary of James Parkinson's Essay on the Shaking Palsy, describing a neurodegenerative disorder that is known today as Parkinson's disease (PD) [1].
"James Parkinson did not die of his own personal disease ...
Connolly was in London on Monday for a Downing Street reception, hosted by Theresa May, marking 200 years since Dr James Parkinson's Essay on the Shaking Palsy, which established Parkinson's as a recognised medical condition.