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Lunacy in Private Practice

  • H. C. Bristowe (a1)
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I desire to-day to show, to some extent, the difficulties the general practitioner of medicine has to contend with in the treatment of lunacy; difficulties certainly unknown in public asylums, and only partially appreciated in private institutions.

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Discussion at the meeting of South-Western Division, Bath, October 19th 1898. See “Notes and News,” infra.

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Lunacy in Private Practice

  • H. C. Bristowe (a1)
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