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Notes on Three Cases of Spontaneous Gangrene

  • W. B. Morton (a1)

Gangrene is undoubtedly a rare occurrence amongst the insane, although one would expect the lowered vitality and diminution of general sensibility, which are found in many mental diseases, to be predisposing agents, and it is a remarkable coincidence that we should have had three cases within nine months amongst less than 150 patients.

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Read at the Quarterly Meeting of the Sooth-Western Division, at Exeter, 1896.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Notes on Three Cases of Spontaneous Gangrene

  • W. B. Morton (a1)
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