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Cerebral Tumour involving the Frontal Lobes

  • A. Hill Griffith (a1) and T. Steele Sheldon (a2)
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She was a tall, well-developed, handsome girl, with brown hair and irides, and of clear pale complexion. Several members of her family had died of phthisis, and the father was rheumatic, but the patient herself showed no symptoms of tubercle and had not suffered either from rheumatism or from scarlet fever; there was no history and little probability of the acquisition of syphilis, and no injury to the head had been sustained. Menstruation had always been scanty.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Cerebral Tumour involving the Frontal Lobes

  • A. Hill Griffith (a1) and T. Steele Sheldon (a2)
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