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A Case of Epilepsy

  • W. J. Dodds (a1)

Harry S., a boy of 15, a baker by trade, was admitted into the Birmingham Asylum under the care of Dr. Whitcombe, on May 24, 1883. He was unconscious, and during the quarter of an hour he was in the reception-room he had four epileptic fits.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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A Case of Epilepsy

  • W. J. Dodds (a1)
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