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The Reaction of the Blood to the Ingestion of Protein in the Psychoses

  • F. R. Martin (a1)

The symptoms dealt with in psychological medicine are largely those of faulty adaptation to environment. Certification has as its basis abnormal reaction to stimuli requiring the more complicated responses of the organism. For many years pathological investigation of the psychoses was chiefly confined to post-mortem examination of the brain, but the activity of the brain is dependent on the functioning of the rest of the body, and of recent years research has been conducted on a wider basis.

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(1) Widal, , Abrami, and Iancovesco, . —“L‘épreuve de l'Hémoclasie digestive dans l’étude de l'insuffisance hépatique,” Presse Médicale, No. 91, December 11, 1920, p. 893.
(2) Aubertin, E.Comptes Rendus de la Société de Biologie, lxxxvi, 1922, p. 147.
(3) Garrelon, and Santenoise, D.Comptes Rendus de la Société de Biologie, lxxxv, 1921, p. 903.
(4) Pagniez, . —Ibid., lxxxv, 1921, p. 766.
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The Reaction of the Blood to the Ingestion of Protein in the Psychoses

  • F. R. Martin (a1)
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