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SHOCK THERAPY IN PSYCHOSES COMPLICATED BY PREGNANCY Report of Two Cases
ALEXANDER GRALNICK
Am J Psychiatry 1946;102:780-782.
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Two pregnant women were given shock therapy. One received insulin-coma treatment during the second and third months of pregnancy. The other received both insulin-coma and electroshock treatment between the first and fifth months. Both patients went into labor in the last month of gestation and delivered dead babies.

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