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Charcot, Jean-Martin

Line breaks: Jean-Martin Char|cot
Pronunciation: /ˈʃɑːkəʊ
 
, ʃaʀko/
  • (1825–93), French neurologist, regarded as one of the founders of modern neurology. He established links between neurological conditions and particular lesions in the central nervous system. His work on hysteria was taken up by his pupil Sigmund Freud.

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