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Note on the Treatment of General Paralysis by “Apyrexial” Malaria

  • F. H. Stewart (a1)
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During these twenty-seven days this man showed no sign of bodily illness except the anæmia; he was never confined to bed and was excessively lively. His temperature was consequently taken only morning and evening, and it is-therefore possible that some small rises of temperature may have escaped record; he was, however, under continuous observation and no serious rise would have passed unnoticed.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Note on the Treatment of General Paralysis by “Apyrexial” Malaria

  • F. H. Stewart (a1)
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