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The Relation of Focal Infection to Mental Diseases

  • William Hunter

I have read with interest and appreciation the brief paper on “Focal Infection in Relation to Mental Disease “(vide Journ. Ment. Sci., April, 1929, p. 267) contributed by Drs. Kopeloff and Kirby, whose work, along with that of their colleague, Dr. Cheney, is familiar to English and American psychiatrists.

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This is so. The revised report runs: “Yet, while paying his tribute to it, he did not think psychiatrists need unduly worry about the negative results of this particular work.” We regret that the original correction to which Dr. Hunter refers was inadvertently overlooked.—[Editors.]

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The Relation of Focal Infection to Mental Diseases

  • William Hunter
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