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This volume has to do with the fifty-third annual meeting held in Baltimore, May 11-14, 1897. The papers included are: "Improvements of the Medical Service of Prisons, Reformatories and Penitentiaries;" "A Sketch of Psychiatry in the Southern States;" "Advances in Neurology and their Relation to Psychiatry;" "General Questions of Auto infection;" "Clinical Aspects of Auto-intoxication;" "Demonstration of Various Types of Changes in the Giant Cells of the Paracentral Lobule;" "The Development of the Higher Brain Centers;" "The Genesis of a Delusion;" "The Psychology of Insane Delusions;" "Preliminary Report, Clinical and Pathologic, of a Case of Progressive Dementia;" "Some Observations on the Use of Hyoscin;" "Aphasia, with Report of a Case;" "Hospital Records;" "The Medical and Material Aspects of Industrial Employment for the Insane;" "Insanity Following Surgical Operations;" The Commitment and Detention of the Insane with Especial Reference to the Laws of Maryland;" "Katatonia;" "The After-care of the Insane;" "Training Schools
Proceedings of the American Medico-Psychological Association. JAMA. 1898;XXX(15):876. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440670064025
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