Nutritional Failures: Their Causes and Prevention

@article{Jolliffe1942NutritionalFT,
  title={Nutritional Failures: Their Causes and Prevention},
  author={Norman. Jolliffe},
  journal={Milbank Quarterly},
  year={1942},
  volume={20},
  pages={103-125}
}
  • N. Jolliffe
  • Published 14 June 1942
  • Medicine
  • Milbank Quarterly
N utritional failure* begin s w h e n ad equ ate am ou n ts o f essential nutrients are n ot p ro vid ed to the “ m ilieu in ­ terne.” F r o m this p o in t the successive stages are repre­ sented b y tissue depletion, b ioch em ical “ lesions,” im p aired fu n c ­ tion, and fin ally b y an atom ical lesions. T h e anatom ical lesions w h ic h occu r in such clin ical states as hunger edem a, rickets, osteom alacia, scu rvy, beriberi, an d p ellag ra have lon g been re co g n ized . T h e r e… 
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