Biennial Report ...

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Tuttle Company, 1918 - Psychiatric hospitals
 

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Page 39 - types , 3 Psychoses with cerebral arteriosclerosis , 4 General paralysis 5 Psychoses with cerebral syphilis , 6 Psychoses with Huntington's chorea 7 Psychoses with brain tumor 8 Psychoses with other brain or nervous diseases, total Cerebral embolism ■ Paralysis agitans Meningitis, tuberculous or other forms , Tabes Multiple sclerosis Acute chorea Other conditions 9 Alcoholic psychoses, total
Page 17 - COLOR AND SEX White males White females Black males Black females AGE Under 20 years From 20 to 30 years From 31 to 40 years From 41 to 50 years From 51 to 60 years From 61 to 70 years Over 70 years HABITS OF LIFE Temperate.. Intemperate. RELIGIOUS FAITH Protestants Catholics No preference 176
Page 43 - Pre-senile types 3 Psychoses with cerebral arteriosclerosis 4 General paralysis 5 Psychoses with cerebral syphilis 6 Psychoses with Huntington's chorea 7 Psychoses with brain tumor 8 Psychoses with other brain or nervous diseases, total Cerebral embolism Paralysis agitans Meningitis,
Page 54 - Less than one month One to three months. Three to six months. Six to twelve months One to two years.... Two to five years. . . Five to ten years.... Ten to twenty years. Over twenty years. . Unknown Total
Page 27 - June 30, 1920. Includes all patients admitted as insane who are on books of institution regardless of the method of admission, whether voluntary, committed, emergency, temporary care, for observation or otherwise; but does not include those who are only dispensary or out-patient cases. 1 Insane patients on books of institution at beginning of institu(Includes patients away from
Page 43 - total.. .. (A) Opium (and derivatives), cocaine, bromides, chloral etc., alone or combined (B) Metals, as lead, arsenic, etc (C) Gases (D) Other exogenous toxins 11 Psychoses with pellagra 12 Psychoses with other somatic diseases, total (A) Delirium with infectious diseases (B) Post-infectious psychoses
Page 22 - (Under this heading should be placed all expenditures for items, such as additional land [bought or reclaimed], new buildings, new equipment [not replacements], etc., which represent, not restorations but improvements or additions to plant.) 3 Expenditures for repayment of loans and interest on loans Total expenditures
Page 27 - public or private, wherever situated, in or outside of State, excepting institutions for temporary care) (Includes all insane patients admitted who have been previously under treatment in an institution for the insane excepting transfers and patients who have received treatment only in institutions for temporary care)
Page 20 - Personal property 181,731.51 Total $792,256.51 Total acreage of hospital property owned (including grounds, farm and Additional acreage rented 80 garden and sites occupied by buildings) 746 Total acreage under cultivation during previous year (includes land owned and rented) 250 4. OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
Page 44 - 17 Epileptic psychoses, total (A) Deterioration (B) Clouded states (C) Other conditions 18 Psychoneuroses and neuroses, total (A) Hysterical type (B) Psychasthenic type (C) Neurasthenic type (D) Anxiety neuroses 19 Psychoses with constitutional psychopathic inferiority. . 20 Psychoses with mental deficiency 21 Undiagnosed psychoses 22 Not insane

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