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Eur Neurol (2020) 83 (3): 333–340.
Published Online: 17 June 2020
... the idea of human psychology by favouring the emergence of two concepts: the subconscious and the unconscious. It was his collaboration with Pierre Janet (1859–1947), a philosopher turned physician, that led to this evolution, relying on the search for hysteria’s aetiology, using hypnosis as a method...
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Eur Neurol (2018) 79 (3-4): 135–149.
Published Online: 07 March 2018
...Olivier Walusinski Victor Burq (1822–1884) is closely associated with a therapy named “burquism” by Jean-Martin Charcot, which was used in treating hysteria, especially hysteric anesthesia and paralysis, by applying metals, mainly copper, to affected zones. In 1876, Charcot, Luys, and Dumontpallier...
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Eur Neurol (2017) 78 (5-6): 296–306.
Published Online: 26 October 2017
... in this review the numerous therapeutic tests that he conducted: vibratory medicine for Parkinson’s disease, treatment of tabes by suspension technique, metallotherapy and moral -treatment for hysteria. Understanding that he fully and completely adhered to the far-reaching heredity-based theories of his day...
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Eur Neurol (2016) 76 (3-4): 175–181.
Published Online: 23 September 2016
...John M.S. Pearce This historical essay outlines early ideas and clinical accounts of hysteria. It reproduces verbatim parts of a remarkable text of Thomas Sydenham. This provides the most detailed description of hysterical symptoms, contemporary treatment and particularly Sydenham's opinions about...
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Eur Neurol (2015) 73 (1-2): 44–50.
Published Online: 01 November 2014
...Adam A. Dmytriw The diagnosis of hysteria has existed for at least four-thousand years, with roots in the ancient Greek word hysterikos , referring to diseases of the womb. In the sixteenth-century medical discourses, female hysteria was caused by excess pollution of the womb, with fluids that were...
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Eur Neurol (2012) 67 (2): 98–106.
Published Online: 10 January 2012
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Hysteria Catalepsy Offray de La Mettrie Charcot In addition to the major thinkers of the 18th century...
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