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Case of Peripheral (Alcoholic) Neuritis

  • T. W. McDowall (a1) and John Clarke Fenwick (a1)
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Kate H., aged 42, married, the mother of one child, a barmaid in her younger days, was admitted into the Northumberland County Asylum on October 10th, 1889, suffering from delusions, loss of memory, and paralysis of the upper and lower limbs.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Case of Peripheral (Alcoholic) Neuritis

  • T. W. McDowall (a1) and John Clarke Fenwick (a1)
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