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On Certain Defects of Articulation in Children, with Cases Illustrating the Results of Education on the Oral System

  • W. B. Hadden (a1)
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Case I.—The patient was a boy, aged eleven, who came under my care in August, 1889. His father died in Colney Hatch Asylum ten years previously, but the form of insanity was doubtful. The mother was alive and healthy. There was only one other child, a girl, aged fifteen; she was healthy, intelligent, articulated perfectly, and was right-handed.

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I have to express my great indebtedness to Miss Masson (the ward sister at St. Thomas's Hospital) for the greater part of the notes of the first two cases. I have also to state that this lady superintended the instruction given to the patients, and that the result achieved was largely due to her unremitting attention and to her thorough appreciation of the nature of these cases.

Case of Difficulty of Speech, “The Journal of Mental Science,” January, 1889.

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On Certain Defects of Articulation in Children, with Cases Illustrating the Results of Education on the Oral System

  • W. B. Hadden (a1)
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