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Periodic Attacks of Excitement and Depression in the Chronic Insane

  • R. M. Marshall (a1)
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Clinical psychiatry is at present passing through a period of transition; to this two influences have largely contributed: (1)

The adoption of the biochemical theory of the origin of disease as a working hypothesis in our speculation and investigation.

(2)

The recognition by the clinician that he must study each case as a whole, and suspend judgment until he has all the facts of the alienation, onset, course and termination before him.

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Periodic Attacks of Excitement and Depression in the Chronic Insane

  • R. M. Marshall (a1)
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