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Hysteria in Men

  • Francis W. Clark (a1)

The subject of hysteria is one which must always demand attention from the practical physician, owing to the infinite variety of the phases under which the disease may present itself, the aptitude with which it simulates other diseases of a purely organic nature, and, lastly, the frequent association of organic lesions with symptoms of a purely psychical origin.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Hysteria in Men

  • Francis W. Clark (a1)
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