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Note on a Case of General Paralysis with Marked Sensory Symptoms

  • William C. Sullivan (a1)
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P. T., aged 36 years, army pensioner. History of syphilis, contracted ten years ago, while serving in India; also of sexual excess. Married, has two children, both healthy. Symptoms date back two years, when patient began to suffer from convulsions, treated as idiopathic epilepsy. Admitted to the Richmond Asylum in February, 1892.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Note on a Case of General Paralysis with Marked Sensory Symptoms

  • William C. Sullivan (a1)
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