Mental states in chronic encephalitis

@article{D2005MentalSI,
  title={Mental states in chronic encephalitis},
  author={Walter Bromberg M. D.},
  journal={Psychiatric Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={537-566}
}
The importance of the psychiatric reactions in chronic encephalitis is becoming greater, as an increasing number of patients are found who develop abnormal mental states comparatively late in the course of their disease. This has led to the belief that the presentation of our group of 135 cases of psychosis with chronic encephalitis* might prove of interest to clinical psychiatrists either in private practice, hospital clinics, or in state or private institutions. From a less practical point of… 

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