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treatise on those disorders of the brain and nervous system

David Uwins

treatise on those disorders of the brain and nervous system

which are usually considered and called mental.

by David Uwins

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Published by Renshaw and Rush in London .
Written in English


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Microfilmed for preservation

StatementBy David Uwins ...
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC601 .U8
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 235 p.
Number of Pages235
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6329948M
LC Control Number35032099
OCLC/WorldCa9748280

Railway and other accidents with relation to injury and disease of the nervous system: a book for court use / (New York: William Wood, ), by Allan McLane Hamilton (page images at HathiTrust) On concussion of the spine, nervous shock and other obscure injuries of the nervous system, in their clinical and medico-legal aspects.   The sixth edition of Brain’s Diseases of the Nervous System () was the first and only textbook of neurology I ever used more or less regularly, between the decision to choose neurology as a speciality and the actual beginning of my training period. The senior neurologists I subsequently came across quickly introduced me to monographs on Cited by: 1.

1. Author(s): Uwins,David,? Title(s): A treatise on those disorders of the brain and nervous system, which are usually considered and called David Uwins. However, there are other, "functional" alterations in consciousness where nervous-system changes are absent -- or, at least, much more subtle. Historically, the most prominent of these "functional" disorders of consciousness have been subsumed under the label of "hysteria" -- a term that was very popular in psychiatric diagnosis well into the.

Nervous System Diseases () Nervous system () Diseases () Neurology () diagnosis (89) Central Nervous System Diseases (67). Louis XIV of France created a public system of hospitals for those suffering from mental disorders. In English physician Thomas Willis' anatomical treatise "De Anima Brutorum", Psychology was described in terms of Brain Function.


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