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Observations on the Rolandic Area in a Series of Cases of Insanity. Abstract of a paper read at the Quarterly Meeting, May 28th, 1918

  • John Turner
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(1) For connotation of classes see p. 348.
(2) Histological Studies on Localisation of Cerebral Functions, Camb. Uni. Press, 1905, p. 28.
(3) “On the Structure, Micro-chemistry, and Development of Nerve Cells, with Special Reference to their Nuclein Compounds,” Trans, of Canadian Institute, vol. 6, 1898–99.
(4) In 1914 in a paper on the “Biological Conception of Insanity,” I stated that, “In dementia præcox it is extremely rarely, if ever, that it (this prevalence of the axonal type) does not occur, and we may say that one can count upon finding it in every case of dementia præcox katatonia. This statement should refer to female cases only, and among them a larger experience shows exceptions.”
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Observations on the Rolandic Area in a Series of Cases of Insanity. Abstract of a paper read at the Quarterly Meeting, May 28th, 1918

  • John Turner
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