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University of Oregon Medical School, 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road, Portland, Ore. 97201
1967-68, American Psychiatric Association
Three middle-aged patients who developed depressive psychoses after insertion of prosthetic aortic valves and were effectively treated by multiple-monitored electro-convulsive therapy are described.
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