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Mutism in the Soldier and its Treatment

  • Colin McDowall (a1)

Many varieties of functional disturbance are found in men enlisted for the present war, and not the least interesting is mutism. In a hospital set apart for the treatment of nervous disorders many cases of complete loss of speech are met with, and these may be divided conveniently into three main categories as follows: Mutism arising in the field, in hospital, and previous to participation in active service.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Mutism in the Soldier and its Treatment

  • Colin McDowall (a1)
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