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On a Form of Disease resembling some advanced stages of mania and fever, but so contradistinguished from any ordinarily observed or described combination of symptoms, as to render it probable that it may be an overlooked and hitherto unrecorded malady: byLuther V. Bell, M. D., Physician and Superintendent of the McLean Asylum for the Insane, Somerville, Mass
Am J Psychiatry 1849;6:97-127.
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