Broken dynasty: how Jean Batiste Charcot relinquished his father’s neurological empire to conquer the seven seas
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The authors review the relationship between Jean-Martin Charcot, the most celebrate Professor of Neurology of the XIX century, and his son, Jean-Baptiste Charcot, former a physician and neurologist and after Professor Charcot’s death, a worldwide famous maritime explorer, the “Commander Charcot.”
KeywordsJean-Martin Charcot Jean-Baptiste Charcot Neurology Maritime explorer
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