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A Case of Melancholy, with Stupor and Catalepsy

  • James Adam (a1)

The following case, which has been under my own observation from the period of the invasion of its more acute symptoms, appears to me so typical, and as so well illustrating the peculiar features of this disease, that I am induced to send a short outline of its more prominent symptoms, especially as I have been able also to obtain a very accurate history of the earlier symptoms from those well capable of intelligently observing and noting them.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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A Case of Melancholy, with Stupor and Catalepsy

  • James Adam (a1)
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