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*Kinnier Wilson (1928) first coined the term, "[[Sleep paralysis|sleep paralysis.]]"
 
*Kinnier Wilson (1928) first coined the term, "[[Sleep paralysis|sleep paralysis.]]"
 
*Large [[case series]] of narcolepsy with [[cataplexy]] was published by Addie (1926), Wilson (1927), and Daniels (1934).<ref>Addie W. IdIopathic narcolepsy: a disease sui generis; with remarks on the mechanism of sleep. Brain, 49: 257-306, 1926.</ref><ref>Wilson SAK. The narcolepsies. Annual Congress Assoc. Phys., June 3: 63-109, 1927.</ref><ref>Daniels LE. Narcolepsy. Medicine, 13(1): 1-122, 1934.</ref> Review of narcolepsy-[[cataplexy]] by Daniels is considered by many as one of the most insightful [[clinical]] [[Review|reviews]] published.
 
*Large [[case series]] of narcolepsy with [[cataplexy]] was published by Addie (1926), Wilson (1927), and Daniels (1934).<ref>Addie W. IdIopathic narcolepsy: a disease sui generis; with remarks on the mechanism of sleep. Brain, 49: 257-306, 1926.</ref><ref>Wilson SAK. The narcolepsies. Annual Congress Assoc. Phys., June 3: 63-109, 1927.</ref><ref>Daniels LE. Narcolepsy. Medicine, 13(1): 1-122, 1934.</ref> Review of narcolepsy-[[cataplexy]] by Daniels is considered by many as one of the most insightful [[clinical]] [[Review|reviews]] published.
*The [[Association (statistics)|association]] of [[occulomotor|oculomotor]] [[paralysis]] and [[somnolence]] led to the pioneering work of Von Economo (1930) who first recognized the [[posterior]] [[hypothalamus]] as a [[critical region]] for the promotion of [[wakefulness]] and correctly proposed that a region in the [[posterior]] [[hypothalamus]] was lesioned in [[human]] narcolepsy.  He specifically wrote: “''it is very probable, though not proved, that the narcolepsy of Redlich, Westphal, and Gélineau has its primary [[Causes|cause]] in a yet unknown [[disease]] of that region''”.
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*The [[Association (statistics)|association]] of [[occulomotor|oculomotor]] [[paralysis]] and [[somnolence]] led to the pioneering work of Von Economo (1930) who first recognized the [[posterior]] [[hypothalamus]] as a [[critical region]] for the promotion of [[wakefulness]] and correctly proposed that a region in the [[posterior]] [[hypothalamus]] was lesioned in [[human]] narcolepsy.<ref>Van Economo C. Sleep as a problem of localization. J. Nerv. Ment. Disease, 71(3): 249-259, 1930.</ref> He specifically wrote: “''it is very probable, though not proved, that the narcolepsy of Redlich, Westphal, and Gélineau has its primary [[Causes|cause]] in a yet unknown [[disease]] of that region''”.
 
*In [year], [scientist] was the first to discover the association between [risk factor] and the development of [disease name].
 
*In [year], [scientist] was the first to discover the association between [risk factor] and the development of [disease name].
 
*In [year], [gene] mutations were first implicated in the pathogenesis of [disease name].
 
*In [year], [gene] mutations were first implicated in the pathogenesis of [disease name].
  
 
===Landmark Events in the Development of Treatment Strategies===
 
===Landmark Events in the Development of Treatment Strategies===
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* Various methods were initially proposed in the [[treatment]] of narcolepsy until Prinzmetal and Bloomberg introduced [[amphetamines]] in 1935.
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* After the discovery of [[tricyclic antidepressants]] in 1957, Akimoto, Honda, and Takahashi used [[imipramine]] in the [[treatment]] of [[human]] [[cataplexy]].
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* [[Methylphenidate]] was introduced by Yoss and Daly in the 1960s.
  
 
===Impact on Cultural History===
 
===Impact on Cultural History===

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  1. Fischer, Franz (1878). "Epileptoide Schlafzustände". Archiv für Psychiatrie und Nervenkrankheiten. 8 (1): 200–203. doi:10.1007/BF01791317. ISSN 0003-9373.
  2. Westphal C. Eigenthümliche mit Einschläfen verbundene Anfälle. Arch. Psychiat., 7: 631-635 1877.
  3. Schenck CH, Bassetti CL, Arnulf I, Mignot E (2007). "English translations of the first clinical reports on narcolepsy and cataplexy by Westphal and Gélineau in the late 19th century, with commentary". J Clin Sleep Med. 3 (3): 301–11. PMC 2564780. PMID 17561602.
  4. Janković S, Susić V, Sokić D, Lević Z (1996). "[Dr. John Baptiste Edouard Gélineau]". Srp Arh Celok Lek. 124 (11–12): 331–5. PMID 9132972.
  5. Gélineau J. De la narcolepsie. Gazette des hôpitaux,. 53: 626-628, 1880.
  6. Gélineau JBE. De la narcolepsie. Surgères, Charente-Inférieure: Imprimerie de Surgères, 64, 1881.
  7. Löwenfeld L. Uber Narkolepsie. Munch. Med. Wochenschr., 49: 1041-1045, 1902.
  8. Addie W. IdIopathic narcolepsy: a disease sui generis; with remarks on the mechanism of sleep. Brain, 49: 257-306, 1926.
  9. Wilson SAK. The narcolepsies. Annual Congress Assoc. Phys., June 3: 63-109, 1927.
  10. Daniels LE. Narcolepsy. Medicine, 13(1): 1-122, 1934.
  11. Van Economo C. Sleep as a problem of localization. J. Nerv. Ment. Disease, 71(3): 249-259, 1930.