International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures (Google eBook)

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J.B. Lippincott., 1922 - Clinical medicine
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Page 156 - amentia," which is what we mean by feeble-mindedness in the generic sense, may be defined as "a state of mental defect from birth or from an early age, due to incomplete cerebral development in consequence of which the person affected is unable to perform his duties as a member of society in the position of life to which he is born.
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Page 117 - one who is capable of earning a living under favorable circumstances, but is incapable, from mental defect existing from birth or from an early age, a) : of competing on equal terms with his normal fellows; or b) : of managing himself or his affairs with ordinary prudence.
Page 117 - is one who by reason of mental defect existing from birth or from an early age, is incapable of earning his own living, but is capable of guarding himself against common physical dangers.
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Page 216 - Where the disease is slowly progressing to an unfavourable termination, during the application of intelligently applied apparatus, indicating a failure of mechanical treatment. (c) Where the patient has more or less complete loss of motion and sensation below the level of the lesion, with incontinence of urine and faeces, and when the conditions have lasted for a sufficient length of time to render spontaneous recovery impossible, and not so long as to have produced loss of all recuperative power...
Page 154 - Co., 1891. apathetic type, have to be stimulated to action by the force of imitation. Our system -of education, then, starts on physiological lines, first addressing itself to the culture of the external senses, then to the co-ordination of muscular movement, and finally to the promotion, by imitative and other exercises, both of the manual and mental activities.
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