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They should receive home care, or treatment outside of an institution, thereby escaping the stigma usually attached to a person who has been the inmate of an asylum. Among the first cases pre¬ sented for treatment the writer recalls, was a robust, country male child ; the mother was nervous and hysteric. Between the period of childhood and youth, symptoms of petit mal were developed. Bromidswere prescribed ; the cold bath ; massage and shampooing and the free administration of nourishment, anddoi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430610031003 fatcat:sq6qt5otbjh7lfjkonn3kzogye