Cinematografie van de neurowetenschap in Nederland : De Magnus-Rademaker collectie
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Following a short introduction on medical photography and cinematography, we describe a recently discovered neurological film collection, the so called Magnus-Rademaker collection (1909-1940), earlier presumed to be lost. Rudolf Magnus was professor in pharmacology in Utrecht and Gysbertus Rademaker was professor in physiology and later in neurology in Leiden. At the time they performed experimental research on animals to the role of the labyrinth, the neck afferents and cerebellum in position and standing. Next to animals, they also filmed patients. As an example we discuss a film about a boy whose cerebellum had been largely removed because of a tumor. The case was discussed for the ‘Amsterdam Neurologists Society’ and reported upon in the Dutch journal of medicine (1940). The films were produced for educational, as well as for scientific purposes. the discovery of this collection contributes to a better understanding of the role that early cinematography played in science and medicine.
Koehler , P J , Lameris , B & Hielscher , E 2013 , ' Cinematografie van de neurowetenschap in Nederland : De Magnus-Rademaker collectie ' , Studium , vol. 6 , no. 2 , pp. 113-122 .
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