Selected References

1.     Allen, E., Turk, J.L., Murley, R. (eds) (1993). The case books of John Hunter FRS. London:  Royal Society of Medicine Services Limited.

2.     Bett, W.R. (1955). James Parkinson: Practitioner, pamphleteer, politician and pioneer in Neurology. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 48, p. 865.

3.     Calne, D.B., Dubin,i A., Stern, G. (1989). Did Leonardo describe Parkinson’s disease. N Engl J Med,  320, p. 594.

4.     Critchley, M. (ed.) (1955). James Parkinson (1755-1824). New York:  Macmillan and Co., Ltd.

5.     Currier, R.D. (1996). Did John Hunter give James Parkinson an idea? Archives of Neurology, 53, p. 377-378.

6.     Currier, R.D., Currier, M.M. (1991). James Parkinson: on child abuse and other things. Archives of Neurology, 48, p. 95-97.

7.     Duvoisin, R.C. (1992). A brief history of parkinsonism. Neurologic Clinics, 10, p. 301-316.

8.     Eyles, J.M. (1955). James Parkinson (1755-1824). Nature, 176, p. 580-581.

9.     Goetz CG, Chmura TA, Lanska DJ.  The history of Parkinson's disease: part 2 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. MovDisord 2001;16:156-161.

10.  Goetz CG, Chmura TA, Lanska DJ.  Seminal figures in the history of movement disorders: Sydenham, Parkinson, and Charcot: part 6 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. MovDisord2001;16:537-540.

11.  Goldman, J.G., Goetz, C.G. (2005). James Parkinson. In Parkinson’s Disease. Eds. M Ebadi and R Pfeiffer. New York:  CRC Press.

12.  Herzberg, L. (1990). An essay on the shaking palsy: Reviews and notes on the journals in which they appeared. Movement Disorders,  5, p. 162-166.

13.  Jefferson, M. (1973). James Parkinson 1755-1824. British Medical Journal , 2, p. 601-603.

14.  Koehler, P.J., Keyser, A. (1997). Tremor in Latin texts of Dutch physicians: 16th-18th centuries.  Mov Disord, 12, p. 798-806.

15.  Lakke, JPWF (1994). Images of Parkinson’s disease, past and present. J Hist Neurosci, 3, p. 131-138.

16.  Lanska DJ.  19th-century American contributions to the recording of tremors. Mov Disord 2000;15:720-729.

17.  Lanska DJ, Goetz CG.  Romberg's sign: description, adoption, and adaptation in the 19th century.  Neurology 2000;55:1201-1206.

18.  Lanska DJ.  19th-century contributions to the clinical assessment and mechanical recording of postural sway.  Arch Neurol 2001;58:1147-1150.

19.  Lanska DJ, Goetz CG, Chmura TA.  Development of instruments for abnormal movements: dynamometers, the dynamograph, and tremor recorders: part 9 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. Mov Disord 2001;16:736-741.

20.  Lanska DJ, Goetz CG, Chmura TA.  Development of instruments for abnormal movements: postural sway and gait analysis: part 10 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. Mov Disord 2001;16:742-748.

21.  Lanska DJ.  The Romberg sign and early instruments for measuring postural sway.  Semin Neurol 2002;22:409-418.

22.  Lanska DJ.  William Hammond, the dynamometer, the dynamograph.  Arch Neurol 2000;57:1649-1653.

23.  Louis, E.D. (1997). The shaking palsy, the first forty-five years: a journey through the British literature. Mov Disord, 12(6), p. 1068-1072.

24.  Manyam, B.V., Sanchez-Ramos, J.R. (1999). Traditional and complementary therapies in Parkinson’s disease. Adv Neurol, 80, p. 565-574.

25.  McMenemey, W.H. (1955). A note on James Parkinson as a reformer of the Lunacy Acts. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 48, p. 593-594.

26.  Morris, A.D. (1989). James Parkinson: His life and times. Boston:  Birkhauser.

27.  Parkinson, J. (1789). “Some account of the effects of lightning.” Memoirs of the Medical Society of London. 1789;Vol. 2 pp.193; 493-503. In Morris A.D. James Parkinson: His life and times. Birkhauser, Boston, 1989.

28.  Parkinson, J. (1793). Pearls cast before swine, by Edmund Burke, scraped together by Old Hubert. London:  D.I. Eaton.

29.  Parkinson, J. (1793). An address to the Hon. Edmund Burke from the swinish multitude by Old Hubert. London:  J. Ridgeway.

30.  Parkinson, J. (1800). The Villager’s friend and physician; or a familiar address on the preservation of health. London:  H.D. Symonds.

31.  Parkinson, J. (1800). The Hospital pupil; Or an essay intended to facilitate the study of Medicine and Surgery. In Four Letters. London:  H.D. Symonds.

32.  Parkinson, J. (1800). The Chemical pocket book; Or memoranda chemica; Arranged in a compendia of Chemistry. London:  D.H. Symonds.

33.  Parkinson, J. (1801). Medical admonitions to families, respecting the preservation of health, & the treatment of the sick. 4th ed.  London:  H.D. Symonds.

34.  Parkinson, J. (1807). Remarks of Mr. Whitbread’s plan for the education of the poor. London:  H.D. Symonds.

35.  Parkinson, J. (1808). Dangerous sports: A tale addressed to children. London:  H.D. Symonds.

36.  Parkinson, J. (1811). Mad-Houses: Observations of the act for regulating mad-houses.  London:  Whittingham and Rowland.

37.  Parkinson, J. (1817). An Essay on the Shaking Palsy. In Medical Classics 1938, 2, p.10.

38.  Parkinson, J. (1822). Outlines of Oryctology: An introduction to the study of fossil organic remains. London.

39.  Pearce, JMS (1989). Aspects of the history of Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry , p. 6-10.

40.  Rowntree, L.G. (1912). James Parkinson. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 23, p. 33-45.

41.  Stern, G. (1989). Did Parkinsonism occur before 1817? J Neurol Neurosurg Psych, Suppl., p. 11-12.

42.  Tyler, K.L., Tyler, H.R. (1986). The secret life of James Parkinson (1755-1824): The writings of Old Hubert. Neurology, 36, p. 222-224.

43.  Zhang, Z.X., Dong, Z.H., Roman, G.C. (2005). Early descriptions of Parkinson’s disease in ancient China. Arch Neurol, in press.

44. Lanska DJ. 19th-century American contributions to the recording of tremors. Movement Disorders 2000;15:720-729.

45. Lanska DJ, Goetz CG. Romberg's sign: description, adoption, and adaptation in the 19th century. Neurology 2000;55:1201-1206.

46. Goetz CG, Chmura TA, Lanska DJ. The history of Parkinson's disease: part 2 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. Movement Disorders 2001;16:156-161.

47. Goetz CG, Chmura TA, Lanska DJ. Seminal figures in the history of movement disorders: Sydenham, Parkinson, and Charcot: part 6 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. Movement Disorders 2001;16:537-540.

48. Lanska DJ. 19th-century contributions to the clinical assessment and mechanical recording of postural sway. Arch Neurol 2001;58:1147-1150.

49. Lanska DJ, Goetz CG, Chmura TA. Development of instruments for abnormal movements: dynamometers, the dynamograph, and tremor recorders: part 9 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. Movement Disorders 2001;16:736-741.

50. Lanska DJ, Goetz CG, Chmura TA. Development of instruments for abnormal movements: postural sway and gait analysis: part 10 of the MDS-sponsored History of Movement Disorders Exhibit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000. Movement Disorders 2001;16:742-748.

51. Lanska DJ. The Romberg sign and early instruments for measuring postural sway. Semin Neurol 2002;22:409-418.



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