Biographies of Scots and Scots Descendants (B) Bell,
(1774-1842) He was the first great
investigator of the central nervous system. He discovered motor, sensory
and motor-sensory nerves, the most important discoveries in physiology
since Harvey’s circulation of the blood. He was also the first to
describe the disease we now call Bell’s palsy.
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