1885 The Lancet  
128 of the paralysis of the adductors of the vocal cord. In the first class of cases the will is very strong, and causes the paralysis. We may say that in hysterical aphonia the will is very feeble, and allows of the paralysis by a want of determination. The expression " we may say" is used ad-
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