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3. ætiology of Insanity: Melancholia and the Toxómic Theory: a Clinical Sketch. (Scot. Med. and Surg. Journ., February, 1902.) Clouston, T. S.

  • John R. Lord
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This is really a valuable ætiological study, and is important in that it contains the author's views regarding some recent pronouncements by what one might call the newer pathological school. Otherwise the paper is a reiteration of Dr. Clouston's well-known teachings on melancholia, a position as strong to-day as when first taken up some years ago, and strengthened, if anything, by the opposing and divergent character of present-day views.

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3. ætiology of Insanity: Melancholia and the Toxómic Theory: a Clinical Sketch. (Scot. Med. and Surg. Journ., February, 1902.) Clouston, T. S.

  • John R. Lord
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