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Trephining for Epilepsy: A Clinical Case

  • T. Duncan Greenlees (a1)

The following case is of interest on account of the successful localization of a cerebral disease, as well as from the fact that this is the first recorded case, so far as I am aware, where, in a South African Asylum, the aid of surgery has been invoked to alleviate a cerebral disease giving rise to mental aberration.

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Read before the South African Medical Congress, Dec. 27,1893.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Trephining for Epilepsy: A Clinical Case

  • T. Duncan Greenlees (a1)
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