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Duras imágenes de un antiguo manicomio serbio

Duras imágenes de un antiguo manicomio serbio

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Extraños a la razón : la vida dentro de un psiquiátrico

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From one story in a four-part series on Mental Illness that Esther Bubley photographed for the Ladies' Home Journal in 1949

From one story in a four-part series on Mental Illness that Esther Bubley photographed for the Ladies' Home Journal in 1949

Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY, 1938.

Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY, 1938.

19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos - Photo 1 - Pictures - CBS News

19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos

19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos - Photo 1 - Pictures - CBS News

1915 Sala de operaciones del Washington Ayslum Hospital

1915 Sala de operaciones del Washington Ayslum Hospital

Trabajan en documental sobre el manicomio 'La Castañeda'

Trabajan en documental sobre el manicomio 'La Castañeda'

Masajes de agua como un tratamiento para la histeria (c. 1860). Las mujeres consideran que sufría de histeria a veces sufrir "masaje pélvico" - la estimulación manual de los genitales por el médico hasta que el paciente experimentó "paroxismo histérico" (orgasmo).

Masajes de agua como un tratamiento para la histeria (c. 1860). Las mujeres consideran que sufría de histeria a veces sufrir "masaje pélvico" - la estimulación manual de los genitales por el médico hasta que el paciente experimentó "paroxismo histérico" (orgasmo).

By the end of the 1920s, social contact like dancing was critical to psychiatric care.  To avoid outbursts among more seriously ill patients, only same sex partners were allowed to dance with each other, as seen in this 1920s photograph from the New York State Asylum.

19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos

By the end of the 1920s, social contact like dancing was critical to psychiatric care. To avoid outbursts among more seriously ill patients, only same sex partners were allowed to dance with each other, as seen in this 1920s photograph from the New York State Asylum.

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