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The Prognosis in Dementia Paralytica

  • George Greene (a1)

The difficulty of informing the relatives of patients suffering from dementia paralytica on the probable duration of the disease led the writer to inquire into those symptoms and signs which appeared to be of value in prognosis.

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(1) Read at the Quarterly Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association, in London, November 16th, 1905.

(2) Bolton, “Histological Basis of Amentia and Dementia,” Archives of Neurology, 1903.

(3) Ford Robertson.

(4) Watson, “Juvenile General Paralysis,” Archives of Neurology, 1903.

(5) Bolton, loc. cit.

(6) Watson, loc. cit.

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The Prognosis in Dementia Paralytica

  • George Greene (a1)
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