By Klaus-Joachim Zülch
Die Geschichte der deutschen Neurologie beginnt Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts, angeregt durch die nach der Gründung der Berliner Universität explosiv anwachsenden wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse auf diesem Fachgebiet und die wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten des Physiologen Johannes Müller und des Klinikers Moritz Romberg. Der Autor versucht in seinem Buch, diese Entwicklung aus der Zeit zu erklären. Dabei wird der im 20. Jahrhundert erfolgte Niedergang nach den Kriegen ebenso beschrieben wie die Trennung von Innerer Medizin und Psychiatrie. Die stärkere Berücksichtigung der genauen neurologisch-körperlichen Untersuchung könnte die heute immer fraglicher werdenden Arzt-Patienten-Beziehung festigen.
Read or Download Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der deutschen Neurologie / Historical Development of German Neurology PDF
Similar historical books
After Olivia Dobson is jilted on the altar, she endures one other humiliation: a replacement groom! The elder brother of her runaway betrothed has taken concerns into his personal palms. Shy Olivia has lengthy held a mystery charm for Andrew Richardson, the good-looking Earl of Ashcombe. but if she's wedded, bedded and dispatched on my own to his nation property, the timid attractiveness discovers one evening of ardour has ignited a daring internal hearth.
Old archaeology has made nice strides over the past twenty years. Early archaeological reviews have been ruled by way of descriptions of positive aspects and artifacts, whereas examine on artifacts was once targeting reviews of topology, know-how, and chronology. website reviews from the Nineteen Sixties and Seventies generally expressed religion within the power artifacts had for assisting within the deciding on socioeconomic prestige alterations and for figuring out the relationships be tween the social sessions when it comes to their fabric tradition.
Medicinal drugs are thought of to be healers and harmers, ask yourself ingredients and information makers; items that impression on social hierarchies, wellbeing and fitness practices and public guidelines. As a collective endeavour, this publication makes a speciality of the ways in which gender, besides race/ethnicity and sophistication, effect the layout, standardisation and stream of gear all through numerous hugely medicalised nations in the course of the 20th century and till the twenty-first.
Additional info for Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der deutschen Neurologie / Historical Development of German Neurology
Disorders. 2. Every rapid structural enlargement of a field brings with it the danger of a decline in training. That requires relevant subsequent improvement, for example by the founding of an Academy of Neurology which meets annually and as operates in the USA with a high degree of success. 3. A third point however is of general importance: the World Congress 1985 will show that in our sphere of interest, those methods 38 producing images - neuroimaging - playa major role. The technical devices still belong in many places to the area of the neurological or neurosurgical clinic, for example, computer tomography (CT).
Strangely enough, much support for this field came from the efforts of important figures working in the large municipal hospitals. This contribution was really not unimportant for the development of German neurology. Thus in Hannover (Ludwig Bruns, 1858-1916), in Dortmund (only temporarily), in Danzig (Adolf Wallenberg, 1862-1939) and in Breslau (Ludwig Mann, 1866-1936, in addition to Otfrid Foerster, 18731941) (Fig. 7) municipal departments were successfully set up. Above I have already mentioned the activities of Max Nonne (18611959) in Hamburg (Fig.
1962) just as was an extensive commentary by Zutt on the model for a "Nervenzentrum". But this "Nervenzentrum" in Frankfurt never came to life (Zutt, 1962, 1964). Without further discussion, reality has overtaken the problems since 1963; in the Bundesrepublik the separation of neurology from psychiatry in terms of professorial chairs has, in the meantime, been virtually completed. The Status of Neurology in the Bundesrepublik We now have about 220 departments of neurology in West Germany and this number is steadily growing.
Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der deutschen Neurologie / Historical Development of German Neurology by Klaus-Joachim Zülch