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The Relation of Mental Symptoms to Bodily Disease, and their Treatment

  • Nathan Raw (a1)
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During the last few years great importance has been attached to the consideration of the treatment of those patients who, though not permanently insane, presented mental symptoms requiring immediate and active treatment. Physicians who are brought into contact with large numbers of cases of bodily disease are generally agreed that many of them exhibit mental symptoms concurrently with their bodily illness which are entirely due to the disease itself, such as the initial delirium of pneumonia or the profound depression of influenza.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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The Relation of Mental Symptoms to Bodily Disease, and their Treatment

  • Nathan Raw (a1)
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