The disorder was first identified in the late nineteenth century. The first phase of the condition, called Wernicke's encephalopathy, was described by German neurologist and psychiatrist Karl Wernicke in 1881. He noted three key symptoms in three patients - two with alcoholism and one who had swallowed sulfuric acid. These patients suffered from mental confusion, eye movement disorders, and ataxia (poor motor coordination).
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Et si les sage-femmes parlaient des tranches de bananes ou des canettes de boissons gazeuses au lieu de nous torturer avec des centimètres...? ;)