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A Case of Porencephaly

  • Conolly Norman (a1) and Alec Fraser (a2)

A. Clinical, by Dr. Conolly Norman.

N. P. was admitted to the Dublin District Asylum in February, 1886. Nothing was known of his antecedents, nor was there any history whatever save that he had been guilty of an unnatural offence, had been committed to prison, and had been found to be insane. He would or could give no information about himself.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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A Case of Porencephaly

  • Conolly Norman (a1) and Alec Fraser (a2)
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