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Does Erotomania Exist Between Women?

  • Joyce L. Dunlop (a1)


Two cases of homosexual erotomania are described and the recommended diagnostic criteria applied. The symptoms were found to be very similar to that occurring with heterosexual patients. The case for retaining erotomania as a distinct entity is discussed.



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Does Erotomania Exist Between Women?

  • Joyce L. Dunlop (a1)


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Does Erotomania Exist Between Women?

  • Joyce L. Dunlop (a1)
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