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(p. 287) Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis 

(p. 287) Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis
(p. 287) Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 18 September 2020

Winnicott’s notes for a lecture. In a survey of psycho-somatic disorder, coronary thrombosis provides a good example of it but there is still the question of physiology. The common state of affairs in men and women who like to link their instinctual experiences with the enrichment of relationships is that many excitements must remain unrequited, and must find a way of dying down. Here Winnicott considers the physiology of such a psycho-somatic disorder as coronary thrombosis.

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