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Hysterical anaesthesia especially in connection with [?....] vasomotor neurosis, acrocyanosis, weak [....]. Some other forms of anaesthesia for comparison

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Tabetic urination or defecation with or without other symptoms of tabes dorsalis. Does functional anaesthesia persist during sleep just as hysterical deafness sometimes does? Non-tabetic incontinentia alvi and incontinence of urine due to temporary sphincter paralysis of uncertain origin (for comparison) (? influenza, etc) and (for comparison) other ('Landry-like' etc) paralysis after influenza. Also on cases of so-called 'idiopathic atony (dilatation) of the urinary bladder). Re 'constipation with incontinence of faeces' etc



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