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The Discovery of the Unconscious. The History and Evolution of Dynamic Psychiatry
  • D. Leigh
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Medical History
  • 1 January 1972
TLDR
In turn, pre-eminence passed from Padua to Leyden in the seventeenth century and then on to Edinburgh in the early eighteenth century. Expand
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SUBACUTE NECROTIZING ENCEPHALOMYELOPATHY IN AN INFANT
  • D. Leigh
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
  • 1 August 1951
K.H., a boy, aged 7 months 3 weeks, was admitted to King's College Hospital on April 22, 1947. Birth had been normal (birth weight 63 lb.) as also was development until six weeks before admission.Expand
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The natural history, treatment and prognosis of anorexia nervosa, based on a study of 38 patients.
1. The family histories, childhood environment, and previous mental health of 38 patients with the syndrome known as “anorexia nervosa” have been examined. They show that parental neurosis, disturbedExpand
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Concepts of insanity in the United States 1789–1865
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A RARE PRESENILE DEMENTIA ASSOCIATED WITH CORTICAL BLINDNESS (HEIDENHAIN'S SYNDROME)
FromtheDepartment ofNeuropathology, Institute ofPsychiatry, London, andSt.Ebba's Hospital, Epsom In1929Heidenhain reported three cases ofwhat hecalled apeculiar formofpresenile disease. In hisfirstExpand
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The historical development of British psychiatry
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The General Practitioner and the Psychiatrist
The introduction of the domiciliary visit has in many cases brought about a closer liaison between the general practitioner and the specialist. Visits to the patient's home and to the practitioner'sExpand
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Case studies in behaviour modification
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