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Cushing's Disease as a Psychosomatic Disorder: A Selective Review of the Clinical and Experimental Literature and a Report of Ten Cases
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Cushing's Disease as a Psychosomatic Disorder:
A Selective Review of the Clinical and Experimental Literature and a Report of Ten Cases
Sanford Gifford*, M.D., Assistant clinical professor of psychiatry and John G. Gunderson, M.D., Teaching fellow in psychiatry
Sanford Gifford, Assistant clinical professor of psychiatry
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. Present address: Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 721 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115
John G. Gunderson, Teaching fellow in psychiatry
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts

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