In this article the origins of Mary Shelley’s neurological and cerebrovascular problems are de-scribed. Through a reanalysis of her biography, her early health issues caused by a dermatological condition, potentially eczema, psoriasis or chickenpox, are related, thanks to current biomedical knowledge, to her migraines and strokes, including the one that killed her.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Mar 2022|
- herpes zoster
- history of medicine
- Mary Shelley