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On the Pathology of General Paralysis

  • Joseph Wiglesworth

It is not the object of this paper to give an exhaustive account of the pathology of general paralysis, but rather to describe what appears to us, as the result of our own observations, to be the most prominent histological feature of this fascinating and fatal disease.

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“Brain,” vol. i., p. 348, et seq.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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On the Pathology of General Paralysis

  • Joseph Wiglesworth
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