- Hysteric passion
- Hysterica passio
- Hysterical neurosis
- Hysterical passion
- Passio hysterica
- Vapors (Disease)
- Vapours (Disease)
- found: MESH (Hysteria)
- found: Inter. dict. med. biol. (Hysteria: Any of various disorders characterized by conversion symptoms, such as paralysis, tremor, anesthesia, vomiting, amnesia, somnambulism, fugue, or other dissociation manifestations. An out moded term. Also called hysterical neurosis. Hysteria is no longer recognized as a separate clinical entity without qualification.)
- found: Comp. gloss. of psychiatry & psych. (Hysteria, hysterical neurosis: Neurosis involving sudden impairment of function in response to emotional stress.)
- found: Campbell, R.J. Psychiatric dict., 1996 (Vapors: obs. Hysteria, hypochondriasis.)
- found: Schleich, J.L. Disputatio medica inauguralis de passione hysterica, 1675.
- found: Holland, A. Disputatio medica inauguralis de hysterica passione, 1687.
- found: Purcell, J. A treatise of vapours or hysterick fits, 1702.
- found: OED (Hysteria: former names were vapours and hysteric(al) passion. Hysterical: hysterical passion = hysteria)
- 2002-09-23: new
- 2002-11-05: revised
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