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  1. Jean Lhermitte (1877-1959), the French neurologist and psychiatrist, is most often associated with the sign he described in three patients with multiple sclerosis, back in 1927. In 1937, Lhermitte analytically studied a series of 28 amputees experiencing phantom limb sensations further to amputations dating between 1891 and 1934.

  2. 2 de dic. de 2022 · Foi nomeado pelo neurologista francês Jean Lhermitte, que o descreveu pela primeira vez em 1924. Causas. Uma revisão de estudos sobre a prevalência de diferentes tipos de dor em pessoas com Esclerose Múltipla mostrou que, em média, 16 em cada 100 podem apresentar o sinal de Lhermitte. A probabilidade de apresentar o sinal de Lhermitte não corresponde à idade, ao sexo ou nível de ...

  3. El signo de Lhermitte se manifiesta como una sensación parecida a una descarga eléctrica que se dispara a lo largo de la columna vertebral y a veces se extiende a los brazos y las piernas cuando se inclina el cuello hacia adelante. Se cree que esta sensación de descarga se debe a la hiperactividad de los nervios dañados en la columna vertebral.

  4. Jacques "Jean" LHERMITTE * 1877-1959 Auteur de cet arbre : Jan Manuel NORAIS ( jmnorais ) Cet utilisateur est membre Premium et bénéficie donc de nombreuses fonctionnalités avancées pour progresser : critères de recherche plus précis, accès illimité à tous les documents, alertes automatiques...

  5. 29 de jul. de 1998 · Né le 4 mars 1921 à Paris, fils du professeur Jean Lhermitte, éminent neurologue, François Lhermitte avait très tôt démontré la puissance de ses capacités intellectuelles. Médecin des ...

  6. That’s the first question exorcists must answer — the question addressed in these pages by the world-famous French neuropsychiatrist Jean Lhermitte. Genuine demonic possessions, admits Lhermitte, evade the explanations and exceed the competence of even the wisest physicians: they must be handled not in the clinic, but by the Church.

  7. Jacques Jean Lhermitte, a forefather of modern clinical neurology, was a French neurologist conducting the majority of his research between 1908 and 1957. Although less well known than his contemporaries at the time, Lhermitte eventually was famously recognized for his eponymously named "Lhermitte's …