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Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson

J. Hughlings Jackson

Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson

by J. Hughlings Jackson

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Published by Staples in London .
Written in English


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Statementedited by James Taylor. Vol.2, Evolution and dissolution of the nervous system, speech, various papers, addresses and lectures.
ContributionsTaylor, James.
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Open LibraryOL20745949M

An introduction to the life and work of John Hughlings Jackson with a catalogue raisonné of his writings, London: Wellcome Trust centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, , pp. 1 – Google ScholarAuthor: Michael Swash. Of the two volumes of John Hughlings Jackson’s selected writings edited by Taylor /32, one volume is devoted wholly to epilepsy and epileptiform convulsions. This is a true reflection of his interest and contributions. He wrote more about epilepsy than any other Cited by: 1.

BOOK REVIEW / CRITIQUE DE LIVRE: Writing and presenting scientific papers. 2nd ed Article in Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism 32(1) February Author: Roy Shephard. and work of John Hughlings Jackson with a catalogue raisonne´ of his writings. London: Wellcome Trust centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, , pp.1– Taylor J. Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson. London: Hodder and Stoughton, , (2 vols: 1– and 1–). Turner M, Swash M and Ebers G. Lockhart Clarke’s.

  The place of Hughlings Jackson (–) in the history of neurology is well documented and established, so much so that he has been described by Critchley and Critchley () as the father of British influence of Thomas Laycock (–76) on neurology is much less well recorded or is known that Laycock was one of Jackson’s teachers when he was a Author: Edward H Reynolds. It is perhaps to be regretted that all Hughlings Jackson's work has not been published as collected papers for the reader to make his own selection. However, the task the editor has performed for us will show the historical progression of Jackson's ideas. J. Hughlings Jackson (–) was .


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Edited by James Taylor, with the advice and assistance of Gordon Holmes and F. Walshe. Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery. Get this from a library. Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson. [J Hughlings Jackson; James Taylor; Gordon Holmes, Sir; Francis Walshe, Sir; Herbert Willoughby Lyle; Edward Mapother].

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This book traces the life and scientific career of Dr. John Hughlings Jackson (), the English physician who pioneered the development of neurology as a medical specialty during the reign of Queen Victoria. Jackson made a number of scientific discoveries in several areas of higher nervous activity and language, and contributed greatly to the study of various types of epilepsy.

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Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson by J. Hughlings Jackson; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Convulsions, Diseases, Epilepsy, Nervous system.

Biography. He was born at Providence Green, Green Hammerton, near Harrogate, Yorkshire, the youngest son of Samuel Jackson, a brewer and yeoman who owned and farmed his land, and Sarah Jackson (née Hughlings), the daughter of a Welsh revenue collector. His mother died just over a year after giving birth to him.

He had three brothers and a sister; his brothers emigrated to New Zealand Born: 4 AprilProvidence Green, Green. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

Neurological Fragments of J. Hughlings Jackson. Edited by James Taylor. London A series of brief articles published originally in Lancet over a period of sixteen years, all dealing with clinical and physiological neurology and each written in Jackson’s characteristic style.

Selected Writings of John Hughlings Jackson. HUGHLINGS JACKSON'S MATURE MOTIVATION. Despite a busy clinical life Hughlings Jackson was a prolific writer. Assessing any writer's motivation is a difficult task, a task made doubly difficult in Hughlings Jackson's case because he had his executor burn all his personal papers after his death little autograph material remains other than his published works, but he did leave several Cited by: Trove: Find and get Australian resources.

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Tags (0) Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson. Jackson, J. Hughlings Jackson. AKA John Hughlings Jackson. Father of British neurology. Birthplace: Providence Green, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspec.

Physician J. Hughlings Jackson studied seizures, nervous-system disorders, and speech defects cause by brain disorders. He was a leading proponent of the idea that convulsions Born: John Hughlings‐Jackson wrote extensively about epileptic seizures, observing warning symptoms in great detail ().He described focal motor seizures, which resulted in the eponym “jacksonian epilepsy,” as well as the signs and symptoms of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, which he called the “dreamy state” ().Hughlings‐Jackson also wrote about auditory symptoms during by: 8.

John Hughlings Jackson was born on April 4,in Providence Green, Green Hammerton, near Yorkshire, England. His father, Samuel, was a yeoman who owned and farmed his land; his mother was the former Sarah Hughlings, the daughter of a Welsh revenue collector. She died just over a year after giving birth to Jackson.

John Hughlings Jackson, (born April 4,Green Hammerton, Yorkshire [now in North Yorkshire], Eng.—died Oct. 7,London), British neurologist whose studies of epilepsy, speech defects, and nervous-system disorders arising from injury to the brain and spinal cord helped to define modern neurology.

Jackson was physician to the National Hospital for the Paralyzed and Epileptic, London. The book contains such a mass of information that detailed review is out of the question, but no physician can read it without learning a multitude of things, besides enjoying a scientific banquet of neurologic knowledge.

Selected Writings of John Hughlings Jackson. Volume I: On Epilepsy and Epileptiform Convulsions. JAMA. ;97(26). Author of Selected writings of John Hughlings Jackson, On a case of temporary left hemiplegia with foot-clonus and exaggerated knee-phenomenon after an epileptiform seizure beginning in the left foot, Neurological fragments, On convulsive seizures, On the anatomical, physiological, and pathological investigation of epilepsies, Selected writings, On optic neuritis in intracranial diseases.Secondary literature in this area is E.

F. Buzzard, “Jackson and His Influence on Neurology,” in Lancet (), 2, ; and S. H. Greenblatt, “The Major Influences on the Early Life and Work of John Hughlings Jackson,” in Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 39 (),with a bibliography of his writings from to Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefor we are unable to provide a PDF.