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Frank S. Caprio M. D. 1 1 Veterans' Administration Facility, Marion, Ind. 1. The morbidity incidence of degenerative diseases among psychotic patients in our hospital, over a period of five years, was found to be less than the incidence of the same type of diseases in comparable age groups among...
Robert C. Hunt M. D. 1 1 Rochester, N. Y. 1. In a series of 105 patients with manic-depressive psychosis, 67 did not have a serious precipitating situation, 15 had a serious situation which was relieved, and 23 had a serious situation which was not relieved. 2. In the group without a serious...
Robert M. Bell M. D. 1 , and Perry C. Talkington M. D. 2 1 Taunton, Mass. 2 Philadelphia, Pa. In the literature mortality results in delirium tremens ranging from 37 per cent to 3.82 per cent are reported. The present study consists of 112 consecutive admissions diagnosed delirium tremens which...
Elvin V. Semrad M. D. 1 1 The Boston Psychopathic Hospital, Boston, Mass. 1. The experiences termed auditory hallucinations are individual experiences, which require to be resolved into many factors. 2. To investigate auditory hallucinations more precisely audiometer examinations of 100 cases...
Donald Shaskan M. D. 1 1 The Psychiatric Division of Bellevue Hospital, New York City, The Department of Psychiatry, New York University College of Medicine, New York City 1. Chorea minor was studied with special interest in its mental manifestations. Granted that we are dealing with the same...
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