Henry VIII’s obesity following traumatic brain injury

@article{Ashrafian2011HenryVO,
  title={Henry VIII’s obesity following traumatic brain injury},
  author={Hutan Ashrafian},
  journal={Endocrine},
  year={2011},
  volume={42},
  pages={218-219}
}
Henry VIII (1491–1547) is considered as one of the most prominent kings of England. Famous for his marriage to six wives and the renunciation of Roman Catholicism to establish the Anglican Church of England, Henry also bestowed patronage to several foundation medical institutes within the United Kingdom, which survive to this day. His modern image is frequently marred by a reputation for cruelty, pomposity and self-indulgence that were most notably manifest in his later years. Although Henry… Expand
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