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Two Cases of Abnormal Development of the Scalp

  • John J. Cowan (a1)

The two cases here noted and illustrated were referred to by Dr. McDowall, Morpeth, in his communication to this Journal of 1st January, 1893. One of the cases shows considerable resemblance to his.

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His profile resembles remarkably that of Antonia Grandoni, a microcephalic idiot portrayed in Dr. Ireland's book “Idiocy and Imbecility,” p. 104, with the exceptions that his forehead slopes rather more and the scalp is furrowed. See also “Dict. of Psych.-Med.” Art. “Microcephaly.”

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Two Cases of Abnormal Development of the Scalp

  • John J. Cowan (a1)
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