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Lesion of Coordination in the Secondarily Automatic or Acquired Functions of Reading and Writing, with Hints of Hemiplegia. Question of Tabes Dorsalis, or Incipient Locomotor Ataxy: Clot in Right Optic Thalamus?

  • George Shearer
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R. T., æt. 42. Government Ship Surveyor, of active habits, and invariable good health, educated, intelligent, humorous, and possessing considerable mental activity. He is a heavy smoker and accustomed to his beer, but strictly temperate.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Lesion of Coordination in the Secondarily Automatic or Acquired Functions of Reading and Writing, with Hints of Hemiplegia. Question of Tabes Dorsalis, or Incipient Locomotor Ataxy: Clot in Right Optic Thalamus?

  • George Shearer
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