Julius Caesar (100-44 Bc)–Did He Have a Brain Tumour?(History of Medicine)

Julius Caesar (100-44 Bc)--Did He Have a Brain Tumour?(History of Medicine)

Julius Caesar was one of the outstanding leaders of antiquity. Perhaps best remembered for his military achievements, he was also a cultured person, a writer and historian, outstanding orator and statesman who, through his constitutional reforms, paved the way for the founding of the Roman Empire. It is less well known that progressive illness plagued him during his later years and might even have played a role in precipitating his untimely death. In this study, we examine the nature of his disability. Life history (1)

Julius Caesar (100-44 Bc)--Did He Have a Brain Tumour?(History of Medicine)



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