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SWEDEN

SWEDEN were 0.66% and 0.53%. The most NORWAY population striking Bedouin was the rate of the morbidity finding high Paranoid and Incidents, Delirium, Amphetamine.— in southern of nomadic tribes the desert living neurol. F. Askevold et scandinav. (Acta psychiat. the Israel. Their contact with other of segments series a of 14 34:145-164, 1959) reported patients in the had been but minimal, population always who were admitted to Ullevaal because Hospital few tribes have tended to restrict these past years of addiction. Of these seven amphetamine patients their and have increased trade re- their wanderings either were with an acute hospitalized paranoid lations with the settled Their low resist- population. or had such one or more psychosis undergone psy- is shown the ance to tuberculosis high morbidity by chotic to admission. These episodes episodes prior and the form which disease acute the by frequently were and in a few transitory disappeared days. in Bedouins was 0.27% in takes. The morbiditv None of the suffered from a prolonged patients schizoid attack. In the other all of whom had seven, abused other no were drugs, psychotic symptoms but showed irrita- apparent; they sleeplessness, JAPAN or related the use of bility, to suspicion directly http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

SWEDEN

JAMA , Volume 170 (12) – Jul 18, 1959

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1959 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1959.63010120024021g
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Abstract

were 0.66% and 0.53%. The most NORWAY population striking Bedouin was the rate of the morbidity finding high Paranoid and Incidents, Delirium, Amphetamine.— in southern of nomadic tribes the desert living neurol. F. Askevold et scandinav. (Acta psychiat. the Israel. Their contact with other of segments series a of 14 34:145-164, 1959) reported patients in the had been but minimal, population always who were admitted to Ullevaal because Hospital few tribes have tended to restrict these past years of addiction. Of these seven amphetamine patients their and have increased trade re- their wanderings either were with an acute hospitalized paranoid lations with the settled Their low resist- population. or had such one or more psychosis undergone psy- is shown the ance to tuberculosis high morbidity by chotic to admission. These episodes episodes prior and the form which disease acute the by frequently were and in a few transitory disappeared days. in Bedouins was 0.27% in takes. The morbiditv None of the suffered from a prolonged patients schizoid attack. In the other all of whom had seven, abused other no were drugs, psychotic symptoms but showed irrita- apparent; they sleeplessness, JAPAN or related the use of bility, to suspicion directly

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Published: Jul 18, 1959

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