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Observations on Cases of Encephalitis

  • E. F. Reeve and George A. Watson (a1)
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A Full account of the cases on which this paper is founded cannot now be given, as some of them are still under observation; and in others, which have ended fatally, the histological examination of the tissues is not yet complete. We think, however, that sufficient data have been collected to make a preliminary communication desirable. The condition to be considered may be described as “encephalitis,” or “encephale myelitis,” rather from the want of a better term than from any conviction on our part that it is essentially inflammatory in origin.

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(1) The substance of this communication was incorporated in a report sent to the Commissioners in Lunacy on research work carried out during the year 1913 at the Rainhill Asylum, but the report was inadvertently omitted from the Blue Book published by the Commissioners. [By Authors.]

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  • E. F. Reeve and George A. Watson (a1)
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