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Journal of Mental Science.–Vol. 18, “Temperature in G.P.” XIX, “Digitalis in Mania.” XX, “Case of Ataxic Aphasia.” XXI, “Case of G. P., with Autopsy.” XXIII, “Unilateral Sweating in G.P.”; “Syphilis and G.P.” XXIV, “Varieties of G.P.” XXV, “Syphilis and Mental Alienation.” XXVI, “G.P.” XXVIII, “Cerebro-Spinal Localisation”; “G.P. from Cranial Injury”; “Hallucinations in G.P.”; “Knee-jerk in G.P.” XIX, “Tubercular Meningitis in Insane Adult”; “Unilateral Sweating”; “Visceral Syphilitic Lesions in Insane free from Cerebral Syphilis.” XXX, “Pathological Specimens of Heart and Brains”; “Rectal Feeding and Medication”; “Brain Disease of Traumatic Origin”; “Spinal Sclerosis following Brain Lesion”; “Cerebral Localisation”; XXXII, “G.P. Digest”; “Abnormal Forms of Breathing.” XXXIV, “Antifebrin in Pyrexia”; “Insanity in Relation to Heart and Lung Disease.”
Brain.–Vol. 3, “Review on G.P.” V., “Blindness and Cerebral Atrophy.” X., “Syphilis and G.P.” XII, “Aortic Aneurysm and Insanity”; “Katatonia.” XIV, “Katatonia, with Autopsy.” XV, “Traumatic Factor in Mental Disease.” XVII, “G.P. Digest.” XVIII, “Syphilis of the Nervous System.” XXI, “Nervous Syphilis, Digest.”
Hack Tuke's Dictionary of Psychological Medicine.–“Sunstroke and General Paralysis,” “Temperature in General Paralysis,” “Association of Mental and Cardiac Disease,” “Pupillary Signs in G.P.I.,” “Antifebrin,” “Digitalis in Insanity,” “Spinal Durhæmatomata in G.P.,” “G.P. following Rheumatic Affections,” “Diagnosis of Post-febrile Paralysis,” “Treatment of Acute Mania,” “Traumatic Factor in Mental Disease.”
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