Some Observations on Masked Epilepsy and the Simulation of Traumatic Epilepsy by Cerebral Tumour, with Special Reference to Head Injuries without Fracture.

@article{Yealland1936SomeOO,
  title={Some Observations on Masked Epilepsy and the Simulation of Traumatic Epilepsy by Cerebral Tumour, with Special Reference to Head Injuries without Fracture.},
  author={L R Yealland},
  journal={The Journal of neurology and psychopathology},
  year={1936},
  volume={16 64},
  pages={353-62}
}
  • L R Yealland
  • Published 1936 in The Journal of neurology and psychopathology
IN an analysis of 500 cases of head injury without fracture, epilepsy was discovered for the first time after the accident in 17 of them. But, in each case, cerebral tumour was either proved to be present or else strongly suggested clinically. So far as it was possible to judge by the history of the accident in the various cases, the injuries seemed to be… CONTINUE READING