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A Case of Epilepsy of 33 Years' Duration—Recovery

  • Edmund Bancks Whitcombe (a1)
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H. L. B., a female, aged 30 years, unmarried, and following no occupation, was admitted into the Birmingham Borough Lunatic Asylum on the 2nd of February, 1860. She had been insane two weeks, the supposed cause being epilepsy. The medical facts (certified by W. M. Richards) were “Total imbecility, unconsciousness of everything and every person about her.”

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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A Case of Epilepsy of 33 Years' Duration—Recovery

  • Edmund Bancks Whitcombe (a1)
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