Admission Details for Patient: William Thomas (6521)
Gender: Male Age: 35
Marital Status: Single Religion: Baptist
Address: Colwyn Bay, Carnarvon
Date of Admission: March 1, 1905
Date of Death: June 15, 1910
Cause of Death: Acute Pneumonia certified COD.
Disease: Mania and Dementia with Epilepsy
Supposed Cause: Epilepsy
This person has been an epileptic for 20 years, his memory is seriously affected, his sleep is bad and his appearance and manner and gait betoken an abnormal condition of his brain. Elizabeth Thomas, his mother, says that he has done nothing in the way of work for 12 months, at times he is inclined to be violent, having attacked his sister some time back. They are anxious (his family) for him to be removed away because they believe him to be dangerous. Dr. Price Morris, LRCPS, Old Colwyn.
Approximate duration of present attack: 1 year
Number of Previous Attacks: 0
Number of Previous Admissions: 0
Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0
Total Number of Admissions: 1
Clean Habit: Yes
Food Refusal: No
Sleep Habit: Poor
Destructive Habit: -
Physical/Mental State at Examination: Health good. He became an epileptic at puberty and has had fits for 20 years, mental derangement set in 12 months ago. He has always been steady and there is no family history of insanity and epilepsy.
Current Diagnosis: Mental disorder due to brain damage and physical disease (F06.9)