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Temperature in insanity, 400, 416, 426,
brain, 54 ; on the proportion of in-
nosis of insanity, 490.
irresistible impulse in epilepsy, 354.
sanity, 233 ; and general paralysis,
guage, 108; on the succession of
thoughts, 176; on will, 181.
mented person, 260.
Vitality, theory of, 69. ?
of, 124, 180; abstract, 173, 180.
on the symmetrical increase of sensi-
144, 165 ; ou grade of development,
47 ; on locomotive harmony, 78; on
Wagner, on the weight of the brain,
54 ; on syphiloma, 458.
decline of acute diseases, 401 ; on
passing into epilepsy, 315.
ject of moral inquiry, 473.
200 ; on sympathy of organs, 271;
case of insanity in a boy, 305.
fluid in ventricles, 329 ; on calcareous
of, 169; power of, 174, 189; not in-
Valentin, on the seat of co-ordination
of movement, 79.
granular condition of, 455.
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