George H. Savage

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Tiie subjoined cases are reported with Dr. Rhys Williams' permission. One is constantly struck by the many so-called complications met with in insane cases. In some, these complications have no connection with the mental symptoms. And in considering the pathology of insanity we cannot be too careful in excluding such affections. Many forms of mental disease(More)
THE Feeeowsiiip oE Medicine, Royal Society >f Medicine, 1919-20. John Balk, Sons and DaniHIvSSon, London. 1016 net. Preface by the Right Hon. Sir Clifford Allbutt. This volume, the first of a promised future series, represents the very acme of present day teaching by British Surgeons and Physicians. Perhaps the best part of it is the delightful introduction(More)