A bedside conversation with Wilder Penfield
- THE TORCH. // New Yorker;12/17/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 44, p160
The article reviews the book "The Torch," by Wilder Penfield.
- The Ketogenic Diet. Chang, Ruti // Foods Matter (USA);Apr2009, p4
The article provides information about the ketogenic diet and its effect on patients with epilepsy. The patient is trained to mimic starvation on a diet high in fats by eating meat, eggs and double cream. American neurologist doctor Wilder Penfield has treated his epileptic patients with the...
- No specialty alone: the Wilder Penfield strategy. McAlister, Vivian C. // Canadian Journal of Surgery;Aug2014, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p221
The author offers information strategy of neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield to dissolve the distinction between surgeons and physicians of related specialties. Penfield observed that restrictive practices of surgeons and physicians of related specialties had put a great limitation on the development...
- Remembering Dr. Wilder Penfield. Hammond, Ian; Walcott, David B. // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/4/2011, Vol. 183 Issue 14, p1627
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article by Dr. A. Blum that explores the contribution of Dr. Wilder Penfield on the health industry in Canada.
- Wilder Penfield, Man of Letters. Mai, François // Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences;Nov2012, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p845
An obituary for Wilder Penfield, a Canadian neurosurgeon and founder of Montreal Neurological Institute, is presented.
- Mapping the brain. Lougheed, Tim // Canadian Geographic;Jan2000, Vol. 120 Issue 1, p116
Discusses the flaws in Montreal neuro-surgeon Wilder Penfield's map of the human brain. Explanation on the errors of the map; Comment from Philip Servos, a psychologist on the errors.
- No Man Alone (Book Review). Leibenguth, Charla // Library Journal;9/15/1977, Vol. 102 Issue 16, p1841
Reviews the book 'No Man Alone: a surgeon's story,' by Wilder Penfield.
- Wilder Penfield (1891—1976). Todman, D. // Journal of Neurology;Jul2008, Vol. 255 Issue 7, p1104
The article profiles Wilder Penfield, a leading neurosurgeon of the 20th century. He was born in Spokane, Washington yet later moved to Hudson, Wisconsin. He was able to study philosophy at Princeton University due to Rhodes scholarship, yet decided to shift in medicine due to the influence of...
- Moscow Mercy Mission. // Time;3/9/1962, Vol. 79 Issue 10, p42
The article reports on the medical assistance given by Dr. Wilder Penfield, Canada's world-famed neurosurgeon, to the comatosed Lev Davidovich Landau, the Soviet Union's top theoretical physicist. It mentions that Penfield, together with other doctors, decided to transfer Landau to the Moscow...