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The Clinical Significance of Indoxyl in the Urine

  • Lewis C. Bruce (a1)

The clinical study of the physical symptoms of mental diseases has of late years been pushed with energy and originality, not only in this country but also abroad. Advances in the general knowledge of physiological and pathological chemistry and the great doctrine of immunity have had their effect upon the views held regarding mental diseases, and particularly with regard to their causation.

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(1) Read at the Scottish Divisional Meeting held at Glasgow March zyd, 1906.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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The Clinical Significance of Indoxyl in the Urine

  • Lewis C. Bruce (a1)
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