Carl-Henry Alström (3 May 1907 – 1993) was a Swedish psychiatrist who described a syndrome now named for him, Alström syndrome, an hereditary disorder that characteristically includes obesity in childhood, nerve deafness, and retinal degeneration (due to atypical retinitis pigmentosa).
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