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BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)
Oct. 18, 1890.] iTH BRITI8R MEDICAL JOURNAL. 905 "ia very common symptom of .many insidious organic diseases, and.it is a frequent accompaniment of anaezpia. The book end with an account of hysterical muscular atrophy, about which much has been written of la1te, but in these cases also there: have been no post-mortem examinations. Even one would have been of great value, for the maladies which cause muscular atropby are so chronic that it must be especially diffl--cult to exclude them. Takingdoi:10.1136/bmj.2.1555.905 fatcat:upyum3mtobb7fpaeydyixjnsri