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A Note on Sulphonal, with a Case of Toxic Peripheral Neuritis following on its use

  • John Sutcliffe (a1)
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Sulphonal has been extensively used in the Royal Manchester Hospital during the last two years. We have found the drug prepared by Bayer to be constant and trustworthy in action, converting noisy and turbulent patients into comparatively quiet and manageable cases.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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A Note on Sulphonal, with a Case of Toxic Peripheral Neuritis following on its use

  • John Sutcliffe (a1)
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