Dec 13, 2018
Want to make a name for yourself? Declare yourself chief of
something. Or chief of many things, as Dr. S. A. Kinnier Wilson
did. This week on the podcast, we commemorate his legacy and his
commitment to neurology.
Produced by James E. Siegler. Music by Chris Zabriskie and
Mystery Mammal. Sound effects by Mike Koenig and Daniel Simion.
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- Trocello JM, Broussolle E, Girardot-Tinant N, Pelosse M,
Lachaux A, Lloyd C and Woimant F. Wilson's disease, 100 years
later. Rev Neurol (Paris). 2013;169:936-43.
- Walshe JM. History of Wilson disease: a personal account.
Handbook of clinical neurology. 2017;142:1-5.