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Historical Perspectives Of Facial Palsy: Before And After Sir Charles Bell To Facial Emotional Expression

B. Shelley
Published 2013 · Psychology

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Corresponding Author: Prof. Bhaskara P Shelley, Department of Neurology, Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore 575 018, Karnataka, India. E-mail: drbpshelley@gmail.com Sir Charles Bell (1774-1842), Scottish surgeon anatomist, and First Professor of Anatomy and Surgeary at the Royal College of Surgeons, London has long been considered to be the first to describe idiopathic facial paralysis in the early 19th century. Bell’s most important works are in the fields of research on the brain and the nerves.[1-3] His book, “An Idea of a New Anatomy of the Brain” (1811), has been called the “Magna Carta of Neurology.”
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