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'''Arnold Pick''' (July 20 [[1851]] – April 4 [[1924]]) was a Czechoslovakian [[neurologist]] and [[psychiatrist]]. He is known for identifying the clinical syndrome of [[Pick's Disease]] and the '[[Pick bodies]]' that are characteristic of the [[Disease|disorder]]. He was the first to name [[reduplicative paramnesia]]. He was also to use the term [[dementia praecox]] (in 1891).
 
'''Arnold Pick''' (July 20 [[1851]] – April 4 [[1924]]) was a Czechoslovakian [[neurologist]] and [[psychiatrist]]. He is known for identifying the clinical syndrome of [[Pick's Disease]] and the '[[Pick bodies]]' that are characteristic of the [[Disease|disorder]]. He was the first to name [[reduplicative paramnesia]]. He was also to use the term [[dementia praecox]] (in 1891).
   

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Arnold Pick (July 20 1851 – April 4 1924) was a Czechoslovakian neurologist and psychiatrist. He is known for identifying the clinical syndrome of Pick's Disease and the 'Pick bodies' that are characteristic of the disorder. He was the first to name reduplicative paramnesia. He was also to use the term dementia praecox (in 1891).

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