Reference index of papers published on epidemics of ME (collected by Dr J. Gordon Parish)

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Reference index of papers published on epidemics of ME (collected by Dr J. Gordon Parish) EPIDEMIC Authors Reference 1934 EPIDEMIC 1 Los Angeles City and California State, USA 1936 EPIDEMIC 2 Fond-du-
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Reference index of papers published on epidemics of ME (collected by Dr J. Gordon Parish) EPIDEMIC Authors Reference 1934 EPIDEMIC 1 Los Angeles City and California State, USA 1936 EPIDEMIC 2 Fond-du- Lac, Wisconsin, USA 1937 EPIDEMIC 3 Erstfield, Switzerland 1937 EPIDEMIC 4 Frohburg Hospital, St. Gallen, Switzerland EPIDEMIC 5 Degersheim, St. Gallen, Switzerland Gilliam AG Epidemiological study of an epidemic diagnosed as poliomyelitis occurring among the personnel of the Los Angeles County General Hospital during the summer of Public Health Bulletin No. 240, April Wilson JC, Walker PJ Acute anterior poliomyelitis: Orthopedic aspects of California epidemic of Arch Int Med 1936; 54: Dunshee JD, Stephens IM Previous history of poliomyelitis in California. AJPH 1934; 24: Leake JP et al. Epidemiology of poliomyelitis in California. AJPH 1934; 24: Van Wart R, Courville C, Hall EM Epidemic of poliomyelitis in Los Angeles. Preliminary report on the pathological changes in the nervous system. AJPH 1934; 24: Bower AG et al. Clinical features of poliomyelitis in Los Angeles. AJPH 1934; 24: Stephens GM Epidemic of poliomyelitis in South California. AJPH 1934; 24: Kessel JF, Hoyt AS, Fisk RT Use of serum and routine and experimental laboratory findings in 1934 poliomyelitis epidemic. AJPH 1934; 24: Hart TM, Luck JV Orthopedic aspects of Los Angeles County 1934 poliomyelitis epidemic. AJPH 1934; 24: Shaw EB, Thelander HE Poliomyelitis in San Francisco. AJPH 1934; 24: Kessel JF, Van Wart R, Fisk RT, Stimpert FD Observations on the virus recovered from poliomyelitis epidemic in Los Angeles. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1936; 35: Marinacci AA, Von Hagen KO Armstong G The value of the electromyogram in the diagnosis of Iceland Disease. Electromyogr 1965; 5: , duplicated in Bull Los Angeles Neurol Soc 1965; 30: (Electromyography: describes findings of chronic cases from 1934 epidemic examined between ). Report to the Surgeon General, US Public Health Service of the investigation of an outbreak of Encephalitis in the St. Agnes Convent, Fond-du-Lac, Wisconsin, Stahel H Die Poliomyelitis Epidemic bei Stab Geb. IR 37 and Geb Sch Bat II, Erstfeld, July, Die Abortiv Poliomyelitis. Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1938; 68: Gsell O Abortive Poliomyelitis. Verlag Thieme, Leipzig 1938; Gsell O Abortive Poliomyelitis. Verlag Thieme, Leipzig 1938; (The three Swiss epidemics 3, 4 and 6 are summarised in review articles by Gsell O (1958) and Parish JG (1978). Houghton LE, Jones EI Persistent myalgia following sore throat. Lancet 1939; 1: Gsell O Abortive Poliomyelitis. Helv Medica Acta 1949; 16: 170-2 EPIDEMIC 6 Iceland EPIDEMIC 7 North Coast Towns, Iceland, Akureyri Nov/Dec 1948, Saudakrokur Dec 1948/Feb 1949, Isafordur Jan/April EPIDEMIC 8 Adelaide, South Australia 1950 EPIDEMIC 9 St. Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, Kentucky, USA 1950 EPIDEMIC 10 New York State 1952 EPIDEMIC 11 Middlesex Hospital Nurses Home, London, England EPIDEMIC 12 Copenhagen, Denmark EPIDEMIC 13 Lakeland, Florida, U.S.A EPIDEMIC 14 Whitley Hospital, Coventry And Sigurjonsson J Poliomyelitis and Akureyri Disease. Mixed epidemics of poliomyelitis and a disease resembling poliomyelitis with the character of the Akureyri Disease. Nord Med 1959; 61: Sigurdsson B et al. A disease epidemic in Iceland simulating Poliomyelitis. Am J Hyg 1950; 52: Sigurdsson B, Gudmundsson Clinical findings six years after outbreak of Akureyri Disease. Lancet 1956; 1: KR Sigurdsson B, Gudnadottir Response to poliomyelitis vaccination. Lancet 1958; 1: M, Petursson G Pellew RAA A clinical description of a disease resembling poliomyelitis seen in Adelaide, Med J Aust 1951; 1: Jackson JF 14th Annual General Report South Australia Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, July 1951 June 1952; 17. Pellew RAA, Miles JAR Further investigations on a disease resembling poliomyelitis seen in Adelaide. Med J Aust 1955; 42: Pappenheimer AM, Bailey Experimental polyradiculitis in monkeys. J Neuropath Clin Neurol 1951; 1: OT, Cheever FS, Daniels JB Steigman AJ An outbreak of an unidentified illness in the Nurses Training School of St. Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, in Kentucky in October Report to the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis, (Data summarised by Henderson DA, Shelokov A, see Review article 2, 1959). Steigman AJ Epidemic neuromyasthenia. N Engl J Med 1969; 281: 797. White DN, Burtch RB. Iceland Disease a new infection simulating Acute Anterior Poliomyelitis. Neurology 1954; 4: Acheson ED Encephalomyelitis associated with Poliomyelitis Virus. Lancet 1954; 2: Acheson ED Outbreak at the Royal Free. Lancet 1955; 2: 395. Fog AT Neuritis Vegitiva (Epidemica?). Ugeskr Laeger 1953; 115: Heidemann H Opobet optraeden af myositer (epidemic myositis). Ugeskr Laeger 1952; 114: Krarup NB Opobet optraeden af myositer: poliomyelitis? (Epidemic of myositis poliomyelitis?). Ugeskr Laeger 1952; 114: Henderson DA, Shelokov A Epidemic neuromyasthenia-clinical syndrome? N EngI J Med 1959; 260: Macrae AD, Galpine JF An illness resembling Poliomyelitis observed in nurses. Lancet 1954; 2: Coventry District, England 1953 EPIDEMIC 15 Chestnut Lodge Hospital, Rockville, Maryland, USA 1953 EPIDEMIC 16 Jutland, Denmark 1954 EPIDEMIC 17 Tallahassee, Florida, USA 1954 EPIDEMIC 18 Seward, Alaska 1954 EPIDEMIC 19 British Army, Berlin, Germany 1954 EPIDEMIC 20 Liverpool, England 1955 EPIDEMIC 21 Dalston, Cumbria, England 1955 EPIDEMIC 22 Royal Free Hospital, London, England Shelokov A, Habel K, Verder E, Welsh W Epidemic neuromyasthenia. An outbreak of poliomyelitis-like illness in Student Nurses. N Engl J Med 1957; 257: Hardtke EF Iceland disease in Indiana. J Indiana State Med Assoc 1955; 48: {Case also described by Acheson ED, see Review article 1, 1959). Pedersen EP Epidemic encephalitis in Jutland. A clinical survey for the years Dan Med Bull 1956; 3: Bond JO A new clinical entity? Lancet 1956; 2: 256. Deisher JB Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis (Iceland Disease) in Alaska. Northwest Med 1957; 56: Sumner DN Further outbreak of a disease resembling poliomyelitis. Lancet 1956; 1: Anon Not poliomyelitis. Lancet 1954; 2: ** Comparative epidemiology: see Official Public Health report for Epidemic 24 (1955). Wallis AL An unusual epidemic. Lancet 1955; 2: 290. (Further details in Letters, Lancet 1955; 2: 1091 and Lancet 1956; 2: 146).. Wallis AL An investigation into an unusual disease seen in epidemic and sporadic form in a general practice in Cumberland in 1955 and subsequent years. MD Thesis. University of Edinburgh, Parish JG Epidemic malaise. Br Med J 1970; 3: Anon Infectious mononucleosis. Br Med J 1955; 2: Anon Outbreak at the Royal Free. Lancet 1955; 2: 351. Anon Outbreak at Royal Free Hospital. Obscure nature of infection. Br Med J 1955; 2: Compston ND Epidemic at the Royal Free Hospital. Br Med J 1956; 2: 157. Anon Report on the Ministry of Health for the year ended 31/12/55. Part II on the state of the Public Health: Being the Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer for the year Her Majesty s Stationery Office; Epidemics 13,16,22,24,27. Anon The medical staff of the Royal Free Hospital. An outbreak of encephalomyelitis in the Royal Free Hospital Group, London, in Br Med J 1957; 2: Compston ND An outbreak of encephalomyelitis in the Royal Free Hospital Group, London, in Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: Geffen D An outbreak of encephalomyelitis in the Royal Free Hospital Group, Public Health 1957; 71; Crowley N, Nelson M, Stovin S Epidemiological aspects of an outbreak of encephalomyelitis at the Royal Free Hospital in the summer of J Hyg Camb 1957; 55: 1955 EPIDEMIC 23 Perth, Western Australia 1955 EPIDEMIC 24 Gilfach, Geoh, Wales 1955 Sporadic Case: Boscombe, Hants, England 1955 Sporadic Case: East Ham, London, England 1955 EPIDEMIC 25 Addington Hospital, Durban and Durban City, South Africa Sporadic cases: Johannesburg, South Africa, July 1954 March EPIDEMIC 26 Segbwema, Sierra Leone, Oct 1955 Oct EPIDEMIC 27 Patreksfordur and Thorshofn, Iceland, Oct 1955 April 1956 Richardson AT Some aspects of the Royal Free Hospital epidemic. Ann Phys Med 1956; 3: Anon Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1957; 1: ** McEvedy CP, Beard AW Royal Free epidemic of 1955; a reconsideration. Br Med J 1970; 1: Anon Epidemic malaise. Br Med J 1970; 1: 1 2. Correspondence: Br Med J 1970; 1: Scott BD, Baines JHE, Judge B, Mayne DG; , Kelleher WH, Gill CH, Hare M, Kane S, Howells BK; 362 3, Compston ND, Dimsdale HE, Ramsay AM, Richardson AT, Acheson ED, Wray JR; , Gosling PH, Burke GJ, Hopkins EJ, Galpine JF. 1970; 2: 420 1, Poskanzer EC; Parish JG 3: 47 8, Ramsay AM Royal Free Disease. The Royal Free Journal 1970; McEvedy CP, Beard AW A controlled follow-up of cases involved in an epidemic of Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Br J Psychiat 1973; 122: Correspondence: Br J Psychiat 1973; 122: 618, Ramsay AM. 735, Parish JG. Steen AS Virus epidemic in recurrent waves. BMJ 1956; 1: 235. Jones TD Virus epidemic in recurrent waves. BMJ 1956; 1: 348. Jelinek JE Benign encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1956; 2: Bonomini V, Montuschi E Benign encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1956; 2: Hill RCJ Memorandum on the outbreak amongst the nurses at Addington Hospital, Durban. S Afr Med J 1955; 29: Association News Report of the clinical meeting of the Natal Coastal Branch held on the 17th May 1955 at the Addington Hospital, Durban. The Durban Mystery Disease. S Afr Med J 1955; 29: Alexander JS Observations on neuromuscular dysfunction in the Addington outbreak. S Afr Med J 1956; 30: Hill RCJ, Cheetham RWS, Epidemic myalgic encephalomyelopathy the Durban outbreak Lancet 1959; 1: Wallace HL Jackson AL, Jacobson S, A disease resembling poliomyelitis. Report of an outbreak in Johannesburg. S Afr Med J 1957; 31: Cooper B Rose JR A new clinical entity? Lancet 1956; 2: 197. Rose JR An outbreak of encephalomyelitis in Sierra Leone. Lancet 1957; 2: Sigurdsson B, Gudnadottir Response to poliomyelitis vaccination. Lancet 1958; 1: M, Petursson G April 1955 Sept 1957 EPIDEMIC 29 NW London, England May June 1956, Royal Free Hospital, Nurses Preliminary Training School EPIDEMIC 29 Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA 1956 EPIDEMIC 30Punta Gorda, Florida, USA 1956 EPIDEMIC 31 Newtonle-Willows, Lancashire, England 1956 EPIDEMIC 32 Pittsfield, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA 1956 Sporadic Cases, Hygiea, Sweden EPIDEMIC 33 Coventry, England 1957 EPIDEMIC 34 Brighton, South Australia Ramsay AM, O Sullivan E Encephalomyelitis simulating poliomyelitis. Lancet 1956; 1: Ramsay AM Encephalomyelitis simulating poliomyelitis and hysteria. Lancet 1957; 2: Geffen D, Tracy SM An outbreak of acute infective encephalomyelitis in a residential home for nurses in Br Med J 1957; 2: Henderson DA, Shelokov A, Unpublished data, quoted by Henderson DA, Shelokov A. Epidemic neuromyasthenia N EngI J Med 1959; 260: Heller JH, Stafford T Poskanzer DC, Henderson Epidemic neuromyasthenia. An outbreak in Punta Gorda, Florida. N EngI J Med 1957; 257: DA, Kunkle BS, Kalter SS, Clement WB, Bond JO Lyle WH Lymphocytic meningo-encephalitis with myalgia and rash. Lancet 1956; 2: Lyle WH An unfamiliar infectious disease: an account of an outbreak. MD Thesis, University of Manchester. Lyle WH An outbreak of disease believed to have been caused by Echo 9 virus. Ann Int Med 1959; 51: Deutaman W, Davis RK (Unpublished - Data included in survey in Henderson and Shelokov. N Eng J Med 1959; 260: and ). Hook O (Data summarised by Acheson ED. The clinical syndrome variously called Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Iceland Disease and Epidemic Neuromyasthenia. Am J Med 1959; 26 : ). Anon A new clinical entity. Lancet 1956; 1: ** Correspondence: Sigurdsson B, Lancet 1956; 2: 298. Anon Encephalitis, meningitis or poliomyelitis. Lancet 1956; 2: ** Galpine JF, Brady C Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1957; 1: and Br Med J 1957; 2: 645. Galpine JF Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Br J Clin Pract 1958; 12: Galpine JF Epidemic malaise. Br Med J 1970; 1: 501. Hicks DA A new clinical entity. Lancet 1957; 1: 686. Anon Virus meningitis and encephalomyelitis. Br Med J 1957; 1: ** Anon Epidemic myalgic encephalomyelitis. Br Med J 1957: 2: ** Anon Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1957; 1: Acheson ED Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1957; 1: 1958 EPIDEMIC 35 Athens, Greece Sporadic Cases, SW London, England 1959 EPIDEMIC 36 Newcastle upon Tyne, England 1959 Sporadic Cases, NW London, England 1954 and 1961 Sporadic Cases, England 1961 Sporadic Case, Basel, Switzerland EPIDEMIC 37 New York State EPIDEMIC 38 NW London 1965 School Hysteria Epidemic, Blackburn, England Daikos G, Paleologue A, Arch Med Sci, Athens 1958; 14: 617. Garzonis S, Bousvaros GA, Papadoyannakis N Daikos GK, Garzonis S, Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. An outbreak in a Nurse s School in Athens. Lancet 1959; 1: Paleologue A, Bousvaros GA, Papadoyannakis N Gsell O Encephalomyelitis myalgia epidemica eine poliomyelitisahnliche Krankheit. Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1958; 88: ** Galpine GF Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Br J of Clin Pract 1958; 12: ** Price JL Myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1961; 1: Pool JH, Walton JN, Brewis Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Lancet 1961; 1: EG, Uldall PR, Wright AE, Gardner PS Goldwater S Influenza-like illness. Br Med J 1960; 1: Acheson ED The clinical syndrome variously called Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Iceland Disease and Epidemic Neuromyasthenia. Am J Med 1959; 26 : ** Henderson DA, Shelokov A Epidemic Neuromyasthenia - clinical syndrome? N Engl J Med 1959; 260: and ** Kendall RE The psychiatric sequelae of Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Br J Psychiat 1967; 113: Gsell O Encephalomyelitis myalgia benigna, epidemische Pseudoneurasthenie. Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1963; 93: and 196: 1 2. Albrecht RM, Oliver VL, Epidemic neuromyasthenia. Outbreak in a convent in New York State. JAMA 1964; 187: Poskanzer EC Scott BD Epidemic malaise. Br Med J 1970; 1: 170. Ramsay AM Epidemic neuromyasthenia Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: Moss PD Mysterious Illness at Girls School. Br Med J 1965; 2: 950. Correspondence: Br Med J 1965; 2: 1062, Epidemic collapse, Lynch CF, Hysteria and Royal Free Disease Ramsay AM. Winter Vomiting and collapse Bull Med. Moss PD, McEvedy CR. An epidemic of overbreathing among schoolgirls. Br Med J 1966; 2: McEvedy CR, Griffith A, Two school epidemics. Br Med J 1966; 2: Hall T. Anon Epidemic hysteria. Br Med J 1966; 2: ** EPIDEMIC 39 Franklin, Kentucky, USA EPIDEMIC 40 Galveston County, Texas Miller G, Chamberlin R, An outbreak of neuromyasthenia in a Kentucky Factory the possible role of a brief exposure to organic mercury. McCormack WM Am J Epidemiol 1967; 86: Marinacci AA, Von Hagen The value of the electromyogram in the diagnosis of Iceland Disease. Electromyogr 1965; 5: ** KO Johnson JM, Micks DW Epidemic neuromyasthenia Variant? Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 1967; 25: 484. Leon-Sotomayor L Epidemic diencephalomyelitis. A possible cause of neuropsychiatric, cardiovascular and endocrine disorders. New York Pageant Press, Sporadic Cases, Innes SGB Encephalomyelitis resembling benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1970; 1: Edinburgh, Scotland 1968 EPIDEMIC 41 Fraidek, Mourad S, Chidiac J Benign myalgic encephalomyelitis in Lebanon. Leb Med J 1969; 22: Lebanon 1969 EPIDEMIC 42 Medical Centre, State University of New York, USA Damadian R Unidentified symptom complex. N Engl J Med 1969; 280: Correspondence: Trimble G. Epidemic Neuromyasthenia. N Engl J Med 1969; 281: 105. Fisher CM. On Damidian s Ache, 281: 106. Epidemic Neuromyasthenia, 281 : Steigman AJ, Hart RH, Adamson JR 1970 EPIDEMIC 43 Graybill JR, Silva J, O Brian Epidemic neuromyasthenia. A Syndrome or disease? JAMA 1972; 219: Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, USA MS, Reinarz JA Reanalysis McEvedy CP, Beard AW Royal Free epidemic of 1955; a reconsideration. Br Med J 1970; 1: McEvedy CP, Beard AW Concept of benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Br Med J 1970; 1: ** Anon Epidemic malaise. Br Med J 1970: 1: 1 2. Correspondence: Br Med J 1970; 1: 170 1, Scott BD, et al , Kelleher WH, et al , Compston ND, et al , Gosling PH, et al. 2: 420 1, Poskanzer DC. 3: 47 8, Parish JG EPIDEMIC 44 Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, England Dillon MJ, Marshall WC, Dudgeon JA, Steigman AJ Epidemic neuromyasthenia: outbreak among nurses at a children s hospital. Br Med J 1974; 1: Correspondence: Br Med J 1974; 1: 574 5, Wallis GG, Perry FS. 2: 276, Parish JG. 559, Dillon MJ. Dillon MJ Epidemic neuromyasthenia at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London. Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: Parish JG Epidemic neuromyasthenia: a reappraisal. IRCSJ International Research Communications, Medical Science 1974; 2: ** Shelokov A Epidemic neuromyasthenia. In: Infectious Diseases. Hoeprich PH (ed). Harper and Rowe: Maryland 1972: 1976 EPIDEMIC 45 Corridan JP Myalgic encephalomyelitis. J Irish Med Ass 1976; 69: 414. Southwest Ireland Corridan JP Epidemic neuromyasthenia in Southwest Ireland. Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: Ramsay AM Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or Epidemic neuromyasthenia. GP Update 1976; 12: ** 1977 definition Anon Reply to question: What is Icelandic disease. Br Med J 1977; 1: 965. Correspondence: Ramsay AM, Dowsett EG, Dadswell JV, Lyle WH, Parish JG. Icelandic disease (benign myalgic encephalomyelitis or Royal Free Disease) Br Med J 1977; 1: EPIDEMIC 46 Dallas Shelokov A, Currie DM, Epidemic neuromyasthenia Texas Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: 741 (Abstract). Fort Worth, Texas, USA Nelson M. Currie DM, Shelekov A Repetitive stimulation abnormalities in epidemic neuromyasthenia : identification and implications. Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: 746 (Abstract) Symposium RSM Lyle WH, Chamberlain RN Epidemic neuromyasthenia ; Current Approaches. Postgrad Med J 1978; 54: (eds) Parish JG Early outbreaks of epidemic neuromyasthenia Ramsay AM Epidemic neuromyasthenia Compston ND An outbreak of Encephalomyelitis in the Royal Free Hospital Group, London in Dillon MJ Epidemic neuromyasthenia at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London Corridon JP Epidemic neuromyasthenia in Southwest Ireland Ball AP Disease due to echovirus type 19 in Birmingham, England, 1975: relationship to epidemic neuromyasthenia Shelokov A, Currie DM, Epidemic neuromyasthenia, Texas Nelson M Richardson AT Electromyographic studies of patients with epidemic neuromyasthenia at the Royal Free Hospital Currie DM, Shelokov A Repetitive stimulation abnormalities in epidemic neuromyasthenia Sutton RNP Ill defined neurological diseases of possible viral origin Papiglione G, Harris R, Electroencephalograph investigation in so-called myalgic encephalomyelitis Kennedy J Behan PO Post-infections encephalomyelitis: some aetiological mechanisms ** Cooke WT The neurological manifestations of malabsorbtion Crow TJ Viral causes of psychiatric disease Thomas M Epidemiological approaches to epidemic neuromyasthenia : syndrome of unknown etiology (epidemic myalgic encephalomyelitis) Rundle A Raised lactic dehydrogenase and glutamic oxalo-acetic transaminase levels and normal creatinine phosphokinase. Wilkie D Low oxygen uptake of lymphocytes, which are intolerant of chlorimipramine Others Anon Editorial epidemic myalgic encephalomyelitis. Br Med J 1978; 1: ** 1979 Correspondence: Br Med J 1978; 1: 969, Easton HG. 2: 202, Wookey C. Church AJ Case Report.. Myalgic encephalomyelitis. An obscene cosmic joke. Med J Aust 1980; 1: Correspondence: 613 Davies GRW , Webb J EPIDEMIC 47 Southampton, England May PGR, Donnan SPB, Ashton JR, Ogilvie MM, Rolles CJ Personality and medical perception in benign myalgic encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1980; 2: Correspondence: Was it Benign Myalgic Encepholomyelitis? Lancet 1980; 2: 1310, Ramsay AM. 1981; 1: 37 8, Geodwin GS , Gosling PJH. 325, Ramsay AM. Myoglobinaemia in Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Lancet 1981; 1: 670, Layzer RB. Myalgic encephalomyelitis, 950 1, Parish JG 1979 Biochemistry Ramsay AM, Rundle A Clinical and biochemical findings in ten pati
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