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The Catatonic Type of Dementia Præcox: The Genesis of the Auto-intoxication in the Catatonic Type of Dementia Præcox, from an Hereditarily Transmitted Defective Biochemism

  • G. Dunlop Robertson (a1)
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That there is a history of hereditary defect attached to the great majority of cases of dementia præcox.

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The Catatonic Type of Dementia Præcox: The Genesis of the Auto-intoxication in the Catatonic Type of Dementia Præcox, from an Hereditarily Transmitted Defective Biochemism

  • G. Dunlop Robertson (a1)
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