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The Life History of a Malingering Criminal

  • James Murray (a1)
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It is a truism that to detect disease is in many instances more difficult than to cure it. In general practice how often do obscure subjective symptoms in a patient puzzle the diagnostic acumen of the most experienced of our clinicians, and how often does the post-mortem table prove that “to err is human” in matters medical!

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Op. cit., Vol. ii., p. 31.

t See Bucknill and Tuke, p. 234.

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  • James Murray (a1)
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