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Illustrations of normal and defective development of the multipolar cells of the cerebral cortex; of their degeneration in senile insanity, and of certain albuminoid or protoplasmic exudations commonly found in the neighbourhood of the junction of the white and grey matters of the convolutions in cases of general paralysis and ordinary mania, in which the symptoms have been more or less acute

  • Edward Palmer (a1)
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Case.—J. P., a travelling hawker, aged 53, of whose history previous to his insanity nothing could be ascertained. His mental condition was one of almost continuous wild and incoherent excitement from the commencement of the attack to the day before his death, when he suddenly collapsed and became unconscious, and so remained to the last. The whole duration of the attack was just eleven weeks.

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Illustrations of normal and defective development of the multipolar cells of the cerebral cortex; of their degeneration in senile insanity, and of certain albuminoid or protoplasmic exudations commonly found in the neighbourhood of the junction of the white and grey matters of the convolutions in cases of general paralysis and ordinary mania, in which the symptoms have been more or less acute

  • Edward Palmer (a1)
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