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" So slight and nearly imperceptible are the first inroads of this malady, and so extremely slow is its progress, that it rarely happens that the patient can form any recollection of the precise period of its commencement. "
London Medical and Physical Journal - Side 72
1817
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On obscure diseases of the brain and disorders of the mind

Forbes Benignus Winslow - 1860 - 721 sider
...subjoined accurate and graphic resume. " So slight and nearly imperceptible are the first inroads of this malady, and so extremely slow is its progress, that...symptoms perceived are a slight sense of weakness, with proneness to trembling in some particular part ; sometimes in the head, but most commonly in one of...
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Medicine in Quotations: Views of Health and Disease Through the Ages

Edward J. Huth, T. J. Murray - 2006 - 581 sider
...Jourual of Clinical Investigation PARKINSONISM James Parkinson; 1817 2339 The patient can [rarely] form any recollection of the precise period of its...but most commonly in one of the hands and arms.... The propensity to lean forward becomes invincible.... As the debility increases and the influence of...
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Neurobiology of Disease

2011 - 1104 sider
...imperceptible onset of the disease. "... So slight and nearly imperceptible are the first inroads of this malady, and so extremely slow is its progress, that...recollection of the precise period of its commencement." He described the onset of symptoms as "... a slight sense of weakness, with a proneness to trembling...
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Understanding Parkinson's Disease: A Personal and Professional View

Richard B. Rosenbaum - 2006 - 248 sider
...that symptoms began very gradually: "So slight and nearly imperceptible are the first inroads of this malady, and so extremely slow is its progress, that...form any recollection of the precise period of its commencement."2 Looking back for the first harbingers of incoordination, Dad, who always welcomes the...
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