William Henry Farrow

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Dr. William Henry Farrow (20 June 1805? – 17 November 1876) was a physician born and trained in England. Practiced in Montreal and Toronto. Most notable for providing one of the first detailed descriptions of synesthesia, a condition then not yet defined.[1] Farrow reported the details of the illness, (in this case temporary) in an article published in the Lower Canada Journal of Medicine.[2]

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  1. ^ New, Chester (1929). Lord Durham. Oxford University Press. pp. 374–376. 
  2. ^ "An Analysis of Confusion Occurring between the Senses". The Lower Canada Journal of Medicine. The Medical Society of Lower Canada. 12: 56–62. September 1838.