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Peripheral neuritis (neuritis and polyneuritis), neuromyositis of various kinds
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Beriberi and avitaminoses factor (experimental cases also).* *Also re beriberi heart without polyneuritis. 'Acrodynia' in children and adults. Pseudo-neuritis of spinal origin. Various lead palsies etc (for comparison) including encephalopathies. Multiple palsies of cranial nerves, various kinds ('Tapia's syndrome', polyneuritis cranialis, etc) Gradeniger's syndrome (for comparison). Recurrent facial paralysis. Neuritis multiplex cutanea. Polyneuritis, amyotrophy, etc following serum treatment. Karsakow's syndrome and tuberculous foci in brain. (See also collection on Pellagra, Vitamins, and Food Deficiencies) Also neurolymphomatosis gallinarum for comparison with human [....] hypertrophic neuritis etc. Migraine with spherioiditis. [17/6(a) enclosed envelope] Bullae and parasthesiae with absent kneejerks (case of Mrs Marian Manly etc]
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