On the "Disappearance" of Hysteria: A Study in the Clinical Deconstruction of a Diagnosis

@article{Micale1993OnT,
  title={On the "Disappearance" of Hysteria: A Study in the Clinical Deconstruction of a Diagnosis},
  author={M. Micale},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1993},
  volume={84},
  pages={496 - 526}
}
L'histoire de la psychiatrie est marquee par un ballet de maladies qui apparait et disparait au cours des siecles. Parmi celles-ci, l'hysterie, tres repandue du temps de Freud et de Charcot semble avoir disparue en cette fin du 20 e siecle 
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