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A Case of Microcephalic Imbecility, with Remarks

  • G. E. Shuttleworth (a1)

The following account of a case of microcephalic imbecility, for three years under observation in the Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster, may be of interest, both on account of the family history and of certain abnormalities in the structure of the brain and heart observed at the autopsy.

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* “Die Störungen der Sprache : Versuch einer Pathologie der Sprache,” von Dr. Adolf Kussmaul. Leipzig : 1877, p. 201.

Ireland,” Idiocy and Imbecility,'· p. 108. t Op. Cit., p. 118.

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A Case of Microcephalic Imbecility, with Remarks

  • G. E. Shuttleworth (a1)
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