Admission Details for Patient: A L (9465)
Gender: Male Age: 27
Marital Status: Single Religion: Baptist
Address: Carnarvon, Carnarvonshire
Date of Admission: June 26, 1920
Date of Death: July 15, 1920
Cause of Death:
Disease: (Insanity with epilepsy)
Supposed Cause: Father's death/Money troubles
Recurrent epileptic fits, wanted to kiss me in the interval. I have seen him previously fighting two men at a time when they had not harmed him, and tearing clothes. Police Sergeant W P Williams, Carnarvon Police Station, came to me 1 am this morning because Lloyd was violent and required a Constable to control him. The Police Sergeant, the step mother and sister all tell me Lloyd left his bedroom last night, went into others bedroom carrying a knife, assaulted his mother (step) and own sister and but for police arriving trouble might have been serious. Dr. Thomas Henry Jones, Carnarvon.
Approximate duration of present attack: 1 day
Number of Previous Attacks: 0
Number of Previous Admissions: 0
Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0
Total Number of Admissions: 1
Relatives affected: Male cousin epileptic/Mother in asylum after childbirth
Epileptic: Yes, from birth
Dangerous: Yes, see Med. Cert.
Physical/Mental State at Examination: Moderate health and condition. First signs of violence a year ago. Suggested cause for present attack - father's death and family money troubles due to it. No previous brain trouble other than fits. One cousin (male) on father's side has been affected similarly. Patient's mother has been in the Asylum after childbirth. Patient is one of 17 children.
Current Diagnosis: Epilepsy
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