Gordon Morgan Holmes - bibliography
- Adie's syndrome
- Balint's syndrome
- Head-Holmes syndrome
- Holmes' syndrome I
- Holmes' syndrome II
- Stewart-Holmes sign
- Stewart-Holmes syndrome
- Stewart-Holmes test
Irish neurologist, born February 22, 1876, Dublin; died December 29, 1965, Farnham, Surrey.
- G. M. Holmes:
A case of virilism associated with a suprarenal tumour: recovery after its removal.
Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Oxford, 1925, 18: 143-152.
- Henry Head, G. M. Holmes:
Sensory disturbances from cerebral lesions.
Brain, Oxford, 1911, 34: 102-254.
First systematic account of the functions of the thalamus and its relationship to the cerebral cortex. Reprinted in Studies in Neurology, 1920.
- Henry Head, William Halse Rivers (1864-1922), G. Holmes, James Sherren, Harold Theodore Thompson (1878-1935), George Riddoch (1888-1947):
Studies in Neurology.
2 volumes. London, H. Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton, 1920.
Reprint, with modifications and additions, of seven papers published in the journal Brain between 1905 and 1918 by these authors.
- B. G. Parsons-Smith:
Sir Gordon Holmes. In: F. C. Rose, W. F. Bynum, editors: Historical Aspects of the Neurosciences. New York, Raven Press, pp. 357-370.
- G.M. Holmes:
The Natunal Hospital 1860–1948. Edinburgh & London, E & S Livingstone Ltd., 1954. Obituaries:
- British Medical Journal, 1966, 1: 111-112.
- Journal of the Neurological Sciences, Amsterdam, 1967, 5: 185-192.