Medical Definition of Neuropath
1. One who suffers from or is predisposed to some disease of the nervous system. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Neuropath
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Psychoneuroses and Their Treatment by Psychotherapy by E. Gauckler (1915)
"UPON the first encounter between the physician and the neuropath depends the fate of the combat. If from the first conversations you have not been able to ..."
2. Shell Shock and Its Lessons by Grafton Elliot Smith, Tom Hatherley Pear (1918)
"Nobody calls the townsman a neuropath who before crossing the street waits ... He is very likely to be called a neuropath. Or 1As Professor Kraepelin says, ..."
3. The Modern Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases by William Alanson White, Smith Ely Jelliffe (1913)
"Sensitive, intelligent, refined, as such a person often is, the neuropath finds an answering sympathy in a fellow neuropath, while the healthy normal person ..."