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Dissertationis de delirio tremente particula posterior.


Hauniae [Copenhagen], 1836. 8vo. Without frontwrapper. Spine almost detached. Internally fine and clean. Pp. 85-293. ¶ First appearance of this early treatise on delerium tremens.

"Delirium tremens was first described by Thomas Sutton in 1813. Sutton reported 22 cases of delirium tremens of whom only four cases died. He believed that the low mortality rate was due to the use of large doses of opium in stead of blood-letting... Hayward (1822) and Wake (1831) further described and analyzed cases of delirium tremens. In the early part of the twentieth century delirium tremens has been thoroughly described by, among others, Bonhoeffer (1901, 1905), and it is now described in all text-books of psychiatry and internal medicine." (An Extensive Retrospective Study of Delirium Tremens in Copenhagen during the Seven-Year-Period 1954-1960, in: Acta Psychiatria Scandinavica, Vol. 41, p. 22).

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