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A Study of Inco-Ordinate Movement in Epilepsy

  • John R. Beith Robb (a1)

Sensori-motor disturbances resulting from gross lesions of the nervous system are, as a rule, easily demonstrated. Slight degrees of inco-ordination, however, associated with disturbances of consciousness and attention, are, by the ordinary clinical methods of examination, sometimes most difficult to discover. In psychic conditions, such as emotional and subnormal states, manic-depressive insanity and schizophrenia, sensori-motor disturbances may manifest themselves in the form of tremors, inhibitions, inco-ordination and accelerated or sluggish action.

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1 Psych. en Neurol. Bladen, nr. 1–2, 1921.
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A Study of Inco-Ordinate Movement in Epilepsy

  • John R. Beith Robb (a1)
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