Crossword clues for charcot
Charcot may refer to:
- Jean-Martin Charcot, French neurologist
Charcot's name is associated with many diseases, anatomical structures and conditions including:
:* Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease, a form of peroneal muscular atrophy
:* Charcot-Bouchard aneurysms, tiny aneurysms of the penetrating branches of middle cerebral artery in people with hypertension
:* Charcot–Leyden crystals due to eosinophils white blood cells lysis in cases of allergic diseases.
:* Charcot's triad, one of two triads of symptoms identified by Charcot:
:** Charcot's cholangitis triad, used in diagnosing ascending cholangitis
:** Charcot's neurologic triad, used in diagnosing multiple sclerosis
:* Anterolateral central arteries found in the brain, several of which are known as Charcot's artery
:* Neuropathic arthropathy, a degenerative joint condition also known as Charcot's joint
:* Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the most-common subtype of motor neurone disease, also known as both Charcot's disease and Lou Gehrig's disease
:* Visual agnosia, the inability to recognize visual stimuli, also known as Charcot Wilbrand syndrome
:* Charcot's intermittent hepatic fever, a disease characterized by weight loss and intermittent pain, fever and jaundice
- Jean-Baptiste Charcot, a French explorer and physician and son of Jean-Martin Charcot
- Charcot Island, an island off the coast of Antarctica named by Jean-Baptiste Charcot
Usage examples of "charcot".
My depiction of the Salpetriere at that time is as close to the reality as I can make it, and the various disciples of Charcot, including Georges Gilles de la Tourette, Pierre Marie and Joseph Babinski, existed as described, as did Mile Cottard and Blanche Wittmann.
Rationality is hypothetico-deductive or experimentalTycho Brahe, Kepler, Galileo, Newton, Darwin, Charcot, Kelvin.
She cut across past the church on the Avenue de Bretteville and, crossing the Avenue de Commandant Charcot, was under the chestnut trees of the Bois.
And of course then you understand how it act, and can follow the mind of the great Charcot, alas that he is no more, into the very soul of the patient that he influence.
Land, and the discovery of Loubet, Fallieres and Charcot Lands is also his work.
If I were a well-informed physician of the nineteenth century -- a pupil of Charcot, for instance -- I should call her an hysteric and forget about her, but that is not my way.
Simultaneously with these volumes of Frazer, however, there was appearing in Paris a no less important series of publications by the distinguished neurologist Jean Martin Charcot, treating of hysteria, aphasia, hypnotic states, and the like.
Frazer, however, there was appearing in Paris a no less important series of publications by the distinguished neurologist Jean Martin Charcot, treating of hysteria, aphasia, hypnotic states, and the like.