WESTBOROUGH, MA September 25, 2017 This clock is unique simply on the basis of it’s size. The scale below the 3 clocks is used for measuring wounds. It was given to me by the certified wound care specialist here at Whittier. The top clock was the “finished” product. One can see all the numbers were written and there was a series of hands drawn that appear as scribble moving from left to right. The numbers fall outside of the circle – drawn by the patient. You can appreciate what effort went into the clock as small as it was – only 8 millimeters across. Micrographia is a term given to drawings that are tiny – a syndrome often assigned to dysfunction in the frontal lobe of the brain. Just to be sure, I consulted with Lezak – 3rd Edition. Micrographic written output is seen in patients with Parkinson’s Disease. In another blog published in 2016, I shared a similar clock and describe this interesting syndrome.