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    • Arthur Earl Walker (1907-1995) 

      Bohnenberger, Alexandra
      Arthur Earl Walker was a medical researcher and physician who studied the brain and neurosurgery in the United States during the twentieth century. Walker examined the connections of the thalamus to the rest of the brain ...
    • Dandy-Walker Syndrome 

      Bohnenberger, Alexandra
      Dandy-Walker Syndrome is a congenital brain defect in humans characterized by malformations to the cerebellum, the part of the brain that controls movement, and to the ventricles, the fluid-filled cavities that surround ...
    • Hans Asperger (1906-1980) 

      Bohnenberger, Alexandra
      Hans Asperger studied mental abnormalities in children in Vienna, Austria, in the early twentieth century. Asperger was one of the early researchers who studied the syndrome that was later named after him, Asperger's ...
    • Hydrocephalus During Infancy 

      Bohnenberger, Alexandra
      Hydrocephalus is a congenital or acquired disorder characterized by the abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid within the cavities of the brain, called ventricles. The accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid, the clear ...
    • Walter Edward Dandy (1886-1946) 

      Bohnenberger, Alexandra
      Walter Edward Dandy studied abnormalities in the developing human brain in the United States in the twentieth century. He collaborated with pediatrician Kenneth Blackfan to provide the first clinical description of ...