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A Case of Prolonged Sleep

  • J. Keser (a1)

Cases of prolonged sleep and hystero-epilepsy being of comparatively rare occurrence in England, it may be worth while to record one which came under my care in March last.

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See memorandum by Mr. Carter at the end of this case.—[Eds.]

After this notice had been written, the patient recovered the use of his voice. On May 9th, during the application of the galvanic current to the sides of the neck, he was able to utter an inarticulate sound. The next evening he suddenly began to speak in a peculiar squeaky voice, but without stammering.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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A Case of Prolonged Sleep

  • J. Keser (a1)
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