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A Study of Forty-four cases of Fever occurring in the Insane

  • J. Keay (a1)
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A case of Acute Mania.—Scarlet Fever.—Recovery.

F. M., a domestic servant, aged 20 years, was received into the Inverness Asylum on 13th June, 1894, suffering from acute mania of about a fortnight's duration. There was no assigned cause for the attack, nor was a hereditary tendency to mental or nervous disease admitted.

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“Eighth Annual Report of Inverness District Asylum,” p. 15.

“Fifteenth Annual Report of Inverness District Asylum,” p. 19.

“Journal of Mental Science,” Vol. xxviii., p. 212.

“Psychological Medicine,” p. 192.

“Lectures on Mental Diseases,” p. 135.

§ “Mental Pathology and Therapeutics,” p. 291.

“Lecons sur les Maladies Mentales,” p. 432.

Vol. i., p. 506.

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A Study of Forty-four cases of Fever occurring in the Insane

  • J. Keay (a1)
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