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Tumour of the Pituitary Body

  • James B. Whitwell
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As neoplastic growths in connection with the pituitary body are decidedly rare, and as their presence is not unfrequently associated with and characterized by exceedingly vague, and, in some cases, inexplicable symptoms, the following case may be of some interest and value, more especially as the psychical derangements brought about by intracranial tumours in various regions are at present by no means definite and clear:—

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Tumour of the Pituitary Body

  • James B. Whitwell
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