Is it possible to arrive at a general understanding as to what constitutes recovery on the discharge of a patient from asylum care? A recurrent case may recover, yet there is every probability of relapse sooner or later. An acute case may recover sufficiently to take his place in the world, yet some indelible trace of his disorder may remain. A patient may be reported as having recovered after removal from the asylum, while he remains on the register, yet there may be doubts as to the value of such a report.
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