Symptoms, then, are in reality nothing but a cry from suffering organs.
If the clinician, as observer, wishes to see things as they really are, he must make a tabula rasa of his mind and proceed without any preconceived notions whatever.
How is it, one fine morning, Duchenne discovered a disease which probably existed in the time of Hippocrates.
Theory is good; but it doesn't prevent things from existing.
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