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Witty ticcy Ray. Freely adapted from O. Sack' "The man who mistook his wife for a hat".
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Ray, the subject of Witty Ticcy Ray, is one of the few Tourette’s patients Sacks agrees to see after a sudden upsurge of interest in Tourette’s and ticcing brought on by a Washington Post article from early 1971. Ray is twenty-four when he meets Sacks, almost incapacitated by multiple tics of extreme violence coming in volleys every few seconds (97). Although he had been subject to these attacks since the age of four, Ray managed thus far to get by with his wit, intelligence, and character–successfully completing college, making a few friends, and even getting married. Sacks prescribes Ray a drug called Haldol, which proves within a matter of hours to completely cease his tics. However, after a week passes, Ray returns to the hospital with a black eye and a broken nose. The drug had slowed his reflexes, resulting in an incident with a revolving door.
What would be left? I consist of tics-there is nothing else. Read Witty Ticcy Ray by Oliver Sacks How does Oliver Sacks, a neurologist, look beyond his biological/medical paradigm in his treatment of Ray? asked by ios7 on September 30, 2013. Summarize the main points of this reading.
Haldol (medicine he uses on Ray). Ray. o 24 years old. o Witty. o Gifted with music (common with people with turrets). Successful academic career. Tics different things that bother him (words, OCD).
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