phrenitis


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C.), anatomista de la epoca, afirmaba que phrenitis era una enfermedad cerebral producida por inflamacion de las meninges, en consonancia con su idea de que la mente estaba asentada en el cerebro y no en el diafragma.
Sin embargo, Hipocrates describe por primera vez la clinica del delirum, utilizando los terminos phrenitis y lethargus.
There are no clear criteria for distinction between morbsis, mania, lethargos, phrenitis, paraphrosyne, apache and melancholia (Galen, De lads affectis III 11; Quad animi mores.
This is not to be seen as a metaphor, but as a real mental phrenitis, as first used by the Hippocratic tradition.
The term was first used in the modern day context in 1st AD by Celsus, physicians earlier to him had recognized it as phrenitis or lethergus.