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Capgras symptoms with an organic basis.
  • W. A. Maccallum
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The British journal of psychiatry : the journal…
  • 1 December 1973
Five cases are presented showing a variety of colourings to the Capgras syndrome. Three of these cases had a definite organic basis, and in the other two cases physical causes may also have beenExpand
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A CASE OF ACUTE ENDOCARDITIS CAUSED BY MICROCOCCUS ZYMOGENES (NOV. SPEC.), WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE MICROORGANISM
From a case of acute endocarditis of the aortic and mitral valves with infarctions m the spleen and kidneys a micrococcus was twice isolated in pure culture from the blood during life and wasExpand
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An Expanded Capgras Syndrome
The advantages of having a wider concept of the syndrome are discussed with illustrations from cases and comparison with allied syndromes. It is the author’s view that there is an organic componentExpand
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FURTHER EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN TETANY
It has been our aim to determine in what particular the blood is altered during tetany so that it can produce hyperexcitability of the motor nerves. As a working hypothesis it has been assumed thatExpand
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To Comfort Always: A History of Holywell Hospital 1898 - 1998
been very ably written in a far from drab style. Indeed it should appeal to a much wider readership than what might appear from the title. Also for those who may have had occasional contact withExpand
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A STAIN FOR INFLUENZA BACILLI IN TISSUES: A COMBINATION OF GOODPASTURE'S AND WEIGERT'S STAINS
Since the bacillus of Pfeiffer commonly occurs in association with other organisms in the lungs and other tissues, it is difficult to make the organisms appear distinctly in stained sections. ThereExpand
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PART II. PATHOLOGY
The material for the following study was derived from thirty-seven necropsies performed on the bodies of patients who died in the base hospital of Fort Sam Houston, Texas. They were selected as casesExpand
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ON THE RELATION OF TETANY TO THE PARATHYROID GLANDS AND TO CALCIUM METABOLISM
1. Tetany occurs spontaneously in many forms and may also be produced by the destruction of the parathyroid glands. Recent researches tend to demonstrate an intimate relation between the variousExpand
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Newfoundland Capelin Lipids: Fatty Acid Composition and Alterations During Frozen Storage
Total lipids, triglycerides, and phospholipids from several lots of beach-spawning capelin and one lot of prespawning, offshore capelin have been determined and examined in detail for fatty acidExpand
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PATHOLOGY OF THE PNEUMONIA FOLLOWING INFLUENZA
Contributions to the study of the pneumonia following influenza in the recent epidemic are still desirable because of the difference of opinion as to its nature and causes that has been evidenced byExpand
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