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Silas Weir Mitchell

American physician and writer whose novels include Hugh Wynne, Free of charge Quaker, as well as the Ventures of François. His medical function, The treating Certain Types of Neurasthenia and Hysteria, inspired the psychological ideas and remedies of renowned psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud. He examined at the School of Pa and received an M.D. from Jefferson Medical University. He is known for finding causalgia, an illness characterized by discomfort, swelling, and adjustments in your skin. He was created in Philadelphia to your physician dad. He wedded Mary Elwyn and he includes a kid called Langdon. He was the physician of Charlotte Perkins Gilman and motivated her tale, “The Yellowish Wallpaper.”

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