Medical Psychology 216
He states that the «alcoholic poisoning» may lie latent for some time then suddenly burst forth causing an attack of symptoms of chronic alcoholism. In Roesch's example, a patient who has suffered from acute (delirium tremens) or chronic alcoholism suffering from inflammation of the lungs may also suffer from delirium tremens during a period of not drinking any alcohol (p61).
This reading does not include the data tables summarizing case studies and other information, which are available in the online text. ( Curt Walton)
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