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January 1925


Arch NeurPsych. 1925;13(1):116. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1925.02200070119011

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In the paper by Dr. Mortimer W. Raynor on "Remissions in General Paralysis," which appeared in the October issue, the following corrections should be noted:

Page 422, fourth line, third paragraph, should read: "and died; fifty-nine were discharged as unimproved or improved and died;" page 427, the last sentence, Case 11, should read: "he died, August 22, 1920;" page 429, Case 16, third sentence, should read: "four months before admission, he had a slight injury of the head; gradually became indifferent, irritable and had periods of confusion;" page 437, Case 33, last line from bottom should read: "has maintained himself, although he has worked irregularly."