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In a certain number of cases, after the period of excitement disappears, a certain amount of dementia is noticed.
This dementia progresses until finally there is a state of almost complete obliteration of the mental faculties.
Unless we accept his conduct as the result of a momentary dementia, produced by overstrain, it must remain inexplicable.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
I suspect that all things unspoken in our souls partake somewhat of the laxity of delirium and dementia.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
In not a few cases there is a steady mental decline, which ends in dementia or idiocy.
The expression of her face had now become sane; it lost, at moments, the vagueness of dementia.
SNNICAVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
For confirmation, see my "Psychology of Dementia Prcox," p. 103.
Now in dementia prcox this is by no means a settled question.
There are cases of dementia praecox that only time can differentiate.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
We will say that this case begins with simple senile dementia—physical brain degeneration, a result of advanced age.
DEARESTHENRY BEAM PIPER

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