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Urethritis in General Paralysis, with Remarks on the Exhibition of Hexamethylene-tetramine

  • Harvey Baird (a1)
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The association of general paralysis with syphilis has probably been discussed with more frequency during the past two decades than any other subject relating to insanity, and probably the large majority of alienists now consider syphilis a sine quâ non in its causation.

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(1) and (3) “Statistical Observations on General Paralysis,” Journal of Mental Science, July, 1905.
(2) and (5) “The Infective Foci in General Paralysis and Tabes,” Journal of Mental Science, October, 1910.
(4) “Gonorrhœal Rheumatism,” Practitioner, January, 1912.
(6) “Sterilisation from the Eugenic Standpoint,” Journal of Mental Science, January, 1912.
(7) “Some Statistics about Sterilisation of the Insane,” Journal of Mental Science, January, 1912.
(8) “Should Venereal Diseases be Notified?” Practitioner, July, 1912.
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Urethritis in General Paralysis, with Remarks on the Exhibition of Hexamethylene-tetramine

  • Harvey Baird (a1)
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