Sir Francis Walshe (1885–1973)

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Many thanks to Marco Catani for his kind and thoughtful comments on the manuscript and to Elena Maria Ponzi for providing historical articles. The portait presented in this work is displayed at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London.

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Sandrone, S. Sir Francis Walshe (1885–1973). J Neurol 261, 845–846 (2014).

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