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2. French Retrospect

  • J. G. McDowall

Under this title, Dr. Taguet describes a class of patients with delusions of an exalted character associated, however, with and dominated by those of persecution. He shows that while at liberty these people may chiefly be found haunting the courts of law, or carrying their grievances to various public officials; while eventually they commit some act which renders it necessary that they be confined in an asylum. Five cases are detailed at length, and the following may be selected as typical:—

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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2. French Retrospect

  • J. G. McDowall
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