A hundred years ago: Recognising petit mal seizures. Practitioner 2014;258 (1767):34

Recognising petit mal seizures

22 Jan 2014Pais-up subscribers

'To give a dose of bromide when the child has had a fit is only shutting the stable door when the steed is stolen; and to say that he or she will grow out of it, is courting disaster for the child, disappointment for the parents, and a considerable loss of prestige for ourselves.'

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