Psychoses associated with myxedema


The two cases reported represent the two general groups of mental illness associated with myxedema, one group in which myxedema appears to be the primary cause of the psychosis, the other in which myxedema is not directly related to the psychosis or may play only a secondary rôle. In the first case, although the patient had suffered from a myxedematous… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01573143


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@article{D2005PsychosesAW, title={Psychoses associated with myxedema}, author={Isaac N. Wolfson M. D.}, journal={Psychiatric Quarterly}, year={2005}, volume={14}, pages={619-631} }