The treatment of acute infectious hepatitis. Controlled studies of the effects of diet, rest, and physical reconditioning on the acute course of the disease and on the incidence of relapses and residual abnormalities.

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1 This investigation was sponsored by the Commission on Liver Disease, Armed Forces Epidemiological Board, and was supported by a grant from the Office of The Surgeon General, United States Army, Washington, D. C. 2 Present address: Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, Boston 30, Mass. 3Present address: Veterans Administration Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. 4Present address: University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington. 5 Formerly 1st. Lt., M.C., USAR; Present address: Laredo, Texas. 6Formerly Captain, M.C., USAR; Present address: New York University Post Graduate Medical School, Bellevue Hospital, New York, N. Y. 7 Formerly Captain, M.C., USAR; Present address: Syracuse, New York. 8Formerly Captain, M.C., USAR; Present address: Veterans Administration Hospital, Hines, Illinois. Part Three: First Study: The Relative Effects of Diet and Rest

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@article{Chalmers1955TheTO, title={The treatment of acute infectious hepatitis. Controlled studies of the effects of diet, rest, and physical reconditioning on the acute course of the disease and on the incidence of relapses and residual abnormalities.}, author={Thomas C . Chalmers and R D Eckhardt and Walker Reynolds and J G CIGARROA and Natasha G. Deane and R W REIFENSTEIN and Cyril Smith and Catherine Davidson}, journal={The Journal of clinical investigation}, year={1955}, volume={34 7, Part II}, pages={1163-235} }