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Histological Examination of the Pituitary Gland in 110 Asylum and Hospital Cases

  • Frederick W. Mott and Isabella McDougall Robertson
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The material dealt with in this investigation was collected from 110 cases dying in the London County Mental Hospitals and various General Hospitals and Hospitals for consumptives.

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