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The Cholesterol Content of the Cerebro-spinal Fluid in Certain Mental Diseases

  • E. G. T. Poynder (a1) and J. Russell (a2)
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The presence of cholesterol in the cerebro-spinal fluid has been the subject of investigation by various observers. The following communication is based on a series of observations conducted at the Pathological Laboratory of the Maudsley Hospital, on specimens of cerebro-spinal fluid obtained from patients in the mental hospitals of the London County Council.

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Mestrezat, and Mott, .—Le Liquide Cephalo-Rachidien Normal et Pathologique, 1912, p. 145.
Pighini-Goebel, .—Société Polonaise de Biologie, xc, 1924.
Chauffard, La Roche and Grigaut, .—Comptes Rendues de la Société de Biologie, 1911, lxx, séance du 27 Mai.
Mott, .— Op. cit.
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The Cholesterol Content of the Cerebro-spinal Fluid in Certain Mental Diseases

  • E. G. T. Poynder (a1) and J. Russell (a2)
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