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The Generalized Epilepsies: A Clinical Electroencephalographic Study.
Niedermeyer is an electroencephalographer of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and is associate professor in the Division of Neurological Surgery. His book is packed with information, especially on the manyExpand
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Light from the laboratory and the clinic on the causes of peptic ulcer
Abstract A review has been made of many observations made in the clinic, the operating room, and the laboratory, all of them throwing light on the mode of causation of peptic ulcers and on the waysExpand
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The migrainous scotoma as studied in 618 persons.
  • W. Alvarez
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of ophthalmology
  • 1 March 1960
For years, at the Mayo Clinic, I spent some of my spare time quizzing hundreds of migrainous persons about their scotomas, trying to get answers to a number of the questions in my mind—such as: WhatExpand
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WAYS IN WHICH EMOTION CAN AFFECT THE DIGESTIVE TRACT
It is strange how easily satisfied we physicians often are with a few words that mean little. Here we are day after day and often several times a day diagnosing "nervous indigestion" and yet what doExpand
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ORIGIN OF THE SO-CALLED AUTO-INTOXICATION SYMPTOMS
The cave man of the glacial period and the savage of today would doubtless agree that practically all disease is due to the malevolence of evil spirits. That idea constituted the first system ofExpand
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Hysterical type of nongaseous abdominal bloating.
  • W. Alvarez
  • Medicine
  • Archives of internal medicine
  • 1 August 1949
I N 1911, I saw a psychopathic woman, past the menopause, who, with her protuberant abdomen, was sure that she was pregnant by the Holy Spirit. She insisted on going to a lying-in hospital and wasExpand
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