The possible temporal lobe syndrome of Ivan IV the Terrible

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Espinoza G, Ricardo; Benavides S, Evelyn;
(2006)
  • Publisher: Sociedad Médica de Santiago
  • Subject: Epilepsy | Temporal lobe | History of Medicine

Ivan IV "The Terrible" was the first Tsar of all Russias and was crowned in 1547. He extended Russian territories and opened the route to Siberia in successful campaigns against Tartars. He increased his personal power to the point of generating an autocracy that isolat... View more
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