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The passing of each year is accompanied by a startling increase in the legal and medical perplexities revolving about essentially psychogenic disorders resulting from or associated with physical injuries. With the steady growth of various and conflicting types of industrial compensation laws, these problems have established themselves among the most difficult ones with which the medical profession must contend. They represent a boundary zone in which honesty and knavery are most intimately mingled and keen indeed must be the physician's analysis if he is to insure justice for patient and employer. The author approaches his problem fortified by a broad
Accidents, Neuroses and Compensation.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:964–965. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-7-964
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