A hundred years ago:Malingering or hysteria? Practitioner 2017 Sept;261(1807):29

Malingering or hysteria?

22 Sep 2017Registered users

“His history showed he had been wounded in the head in the retreat from Mons and sent home. On account of these fits he had been discharged from the army. There was no epileptic history in the family and organically he was sound. He told me he had had these fits since he returned wounded, but that before that he was perfectly well”

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