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The Deviation of Complement in the Mental Diseases Known as Mania

  • Lewis C. Bruce (a1)
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One of the most obvious impediments to the advance of our knowledge of mental diseases is the lack of a physical basis of classification. This deficiency is constantly presenting itself, and even in such a comparatively simple disease as mania one is often in doubt as to whether the diagnosis should be manic-depressive insanity or confusional mania.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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The Deviation of Complement in the Mental Diseases Known as Mania

  • Lewis C. Bruce (a1)
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