By G. P. Frets
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By E. MüLLER. imbecillity. 9) no heredity known 50 %. 10) Parental alcoholism not mentioned. , by STÜBER and p. 25. 1) Frets, Alcohol 3 EPILEPSY 34 TABLE 3 (continued) Alcoholism in Alcoholism only Epilepsy in the ascendency in the ascen- the descenof epileptic dency of epilep- dency of patients 1 ) · tic pa tien ts alcoholics Author % BüLTEN STUCHLIK ( 1915) WYRSCH (1921) " " BovEN (1918). MARBURG ( 1919) l\1 USKENS ( 1924) " " SNELL (1921) G USCHMER ( 1926) K ÜFFNER ( 1927) " " " " GANTER ( 1927) " " NOTKIN ( 1928) GERUM (1928) ÜSTMANN ( 1928) .
There is also a difference, owing to the fact that 3 ) Cf. p. 27. 2 ) See page 30. See page 30. All with hereditary transmission. 5 ) Without heredity by epilepsy. •) Alcoholism in ascendancy or of the patient himself. 1) 4) EPILEPSY 35 under heredity sometimes only the heredity by the parents and grandparents, in other cases by allrelatives is understood. Further, investigations concerning patients in institutions may not simply be placed in the same category as those concerning patients at large (those who attend polyclinics).
Feeblemindedness, Imbecility and Idiocy As in the aetiology of epilepsy alcoholism of parents has an important part, as it also has for feeblemindedness. e. 75 %; drunkenness of father at conception is reported 57 times. J. VoiSIN ( 1897) reports that alcoholism appears most frequently in the statistics of idiocy and that drunkenness also causes idiocy in the descendants. EcHEVERRIA ( 1881 p. 491) observes that of idiocy the direct cause is parental alcoholism in contrast with epilepsy and other nervous disorders, which would appear together with alcoholism alternately in the families of alcoholics.
Alcohol and the Other Germ Poisons by G. P. Frets