The American Journal of Digestive Diseases

, Volume 10, Issue 11, pp 428–435 | Cite as

Psychological problems in hypoglycemia

  • Joseph Wilder


The symptomatology of hypoglycemia, spontaneous and induced, is chiefly neuropsychiatric in character. The study of various degrees of certain mental activities and their consequences opens new avenues to psychology and psychiatry. The knowledge of those changes is of great importance in many fields of normal life and particularly in medical practice. Some examples are discussed briefly.


Hypoglycemia Blood Sugar Dermoid Cyst Fasting Blood Sugar Retrograde Amnesia 
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  • Joseph Wilder
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  1. 1.New york city

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