Before the “Father of Neurology,” Charcot, there was a Father of Neurology that taught Charcot.
Senning was born September 14 1915. He didn’t want to become a physician, wanting to be an engineer instead, but it somehow happened. After watching some open heart surgeries, however, he found his passion and trained as a cardiovascular surgeon. The surgeon he watched, Clarence Crafoord (a hero by himself), would become his mentor in 1948 and, recognising Åke’s talents, … Read More
Someone walked into my ER this morning (I am a day’s worth of travel south of it) and handed the triage nurse flowers and chocolate for me, to thank me for “caring so much. “Now, it’s nice to get recognised. But at the same time: I do not do much more than what needs doing, so how bad must this … Read More