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The Diagnosis of the Psychoses of Young Adults

  • Ian Skottowe (a1)


CLOSE co-operation between psychiatry and general medicine is advocated with renewed vigour from time to time. This is a wholly desirable thing, provided that the essential differences between disorders of the individual as a whole and disorders of his several organs are kept clearly before one.



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