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Obsessional States Observed in New Delhi

  • S. Dutta Ray (a1)

Case records of 42 consecutive cases of obsessional states (seen between January, 1958 and April, 1962) were taken for detailed socioclinical analysis at the Psychiatric Clinic, Irwin Hospital, New Delhi. The case-taking, diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic evaluations were made by the same psychiatrist, i.e. the author. The sample constituted only about 2 per cent. of the total new attendance of the clinic during the period.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
  • ISSN: 0007-1250
  • EISSN: 1472-1465
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Obsessional States Observed in New Delhi

  • S. Dutta Ray (a1)
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