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ERYTHREMIA (POLYCYTHEMIA) WITH A PSYCHOSIS
Max Levin
Am J Psychiatry 1930;87:407-410.
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Community Health Center, Philadelphia

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The case is that of a man who developed erythremia at 43 and a severe depression at 45 lasting until death at 47. Although proof is lacking, it seems possible that the erythremia was one of the factors responsible for the appearance of the psychosis.I am indebted to Dr.Solomon Solis-Cohen, Dr.David Riesman, Dr. H. K. Mohler, Dr. Everett S. Barr, Dr.Edward Weiss, Dr. C. F. Long, and Dr. H. Ruche for their kindness in placing at my disposal their records of the case.

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