The Legacy of Charles David Marsden: A Role Model in the Field of Movement Disorders.

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Summary of "The Legacy of Charles David Marsden: A Role Model in the Field of Movement Disorders."

David Marsden was one of the most renowned neuroscientists of the twentieth century. His scientific contributions in the specialty of movement disorders are recognized worldwide, particularly in the area of Parkinson's disease and also in hyperkinesias, such as dystonia and myoclonus.


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Name: European neurology
ISSN: 1421-9913
Pages: 1-4


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