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MARRIAGE AND HEREDITARINESS OF EPILEPTICS
M. G. Echeverria
Am J Psychiatry 1880;37:1-s-1-s.
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Medico-Psychological Society of Paris

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The following Errata should be inserted in the number for October, 1880, with Dr. Echeverria's article on Marriage of Epileptics.Page 206.From 68 patients with hereditary predisposition.No. of patients. No. of children. Total.14 (12 families) 1 1210 (8 families) 2 1615 (14 families) 3 42The third line of the paragraph following the table should read . . . . . who, in the latter case, also have had.Page 184.In second paragraph eighth line should be—but could be dissolved.

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