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Neurologische Krankheiten

  • Winfried Mohr
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Zusammenfassung

Historische Daten. Kelly [32] geht davon aus, dass ihre erste Beschreibung auf William [Guilhelmi] Musgrave (1657–1721) zurückgeht, der einen Patienten mit Paralyse und rheumatischen Beschwerden schildert. In der Übersetzung durch Kelly [32] findet sich folgende Mitteilung: „His limbs became thin, weak, and motionless, and he spent the rest of his life in bed. From the beginning, to the paralysis were added wandering pains, irregular in duration and tormenting the limbs between the joints. They raged mostly in autumn and rainy seasons and so resembled rheumatism that the patient was called rheumatic for more than ten years.“ Mehr als 100 Jahre später greift Mitchell [46] die Beziehung zwischen Rückenmarkerkrankung und Gelenksymptomen wieder auf. Bei einem Mädchen mit „curvature of the cervical vertebrae“ beobachtete er plötzlich auftretende Gelenkentzündungen, die er als „Neuralgien“ deutete, und formulierte: „This case led me very naturally to the reflection that, perhaps other cases of rheumatism might have an origination in the medulla spinalis, and depend on an irritation of that important organ.“

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  • Winfried Mohr
    • 1
  1. 1.Universität Ulm Abt. PathologieUlmGermany

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